The Northeast Texas Community College Medical Assistant program will begin accepting applications for the Fall 2016 semester February 1. If you have visited a doctor’s office in the area recently, there is a good chance you have been cared for by an NTCC Medical Assistant graduate. These professionals greet patients as they arrive for appointments, process
The Northeast Texas Community College Foundation recently received a donation of $2,000 from the Northeast Texas Biker’s Church. These funds will provide two $1,000 scholarships for criminal justice or police academy students attending NTCC this fall. Pictured at the check presentation is: (from left) James Aydelott, Roger Keck, Dr. Jonathan McCullough, NTCC Vice President for Advancement, Jeff
The Mount Pleasant Fine Arts Club recently gave $500 to the Northeast Texas Community College Foundation. The funds will be used to provide a scholarship for an NTCC student majoring in the fine arts. The group has been contributing to scholarships since 1985 when the college first opened. Pictured at the check presentation is Deloris
The annual Unsung Heroes Award is presented to site coordinators who demonstrate an unwavering commitment to students. With acts of love and transformation, these Heroes are the best at what they do. Kim Matthews was known for her unwavering spirit and positive attitude. Some of the people around her didn’t realize how sick she was
A Republican Candidate Forum will be held at Northeast Texas Community College Tuesday, Feb. 2. The event will be held in Room 101 of the Student Union Building (SUB) at 6 p.m. and is sponsored by the Republican Parties of Camp, Morris and Titus Counties. Candidates slated to speak at the forum include those seeking
The parking lot lane directly in front of UHS and Humanities will be closed to through traffic beginning this afternoon through next seven working days. This means traffic from the west side of campus (behind SUB, BT, Criminal Justice and Shelby) will need to exit by way of the outside lane.
Helen Hampton recently gave $3,000 to sponsor the upcoming production of the children’s musical Pinkalicious at the Whatley Center for the Performing Arts at Northeast Texas Community College. She is pictured (second from left) presenting the donation to Nita May, NTCC Director of Development (left), Carolyn Franks, Director of the Whatley Center, and Lori Hunter,
We hope you’ve had a great first week of classes! As you probably noticed, construction efforts are well underway on campus. Here’s what to expect for next week: The north sidewalk between UHS and Humanities and Math Science will be CLOSED The south side of UHS will be accessible, but barricaded Beginning today, the islands