NortheastNews

It is time to register for classes!

Registration for the May Intersession and Summer 2016 is now underway at Northeast Texas Community College. Fall registration begins Friday, April 15. Class schedules are available online at www.ntcc.edu/schedules. Most current students should More »

Light grunge black and yellow caution sign background.

Construction update April 7

There is now a walkway connecting the BT/IT buildings and the Whatley Center. However, please continue to use caution in this area as construction on the underground loop continues. You can follow More »

Art department hosts annual student art show and contest

art reception

The Northeast Texas Community College Art Department recently held its annual Student Art Show and contest in the Whatley Center for the Performing Arts foyer gallery. The show runs through April 27 and is open to the public for viewing. A reception with the artists was held Tuesday, April 19.  Students who won awards for

Nursing inducts 15 into Alpha Delta Nu honor society

alpha delta nu

The Northeast Texas Community College nursing program recently inducted 15 students into its Gamma Omicron chapter of the Alpha Delta Nu Honor Society. This is a national honor society of the Organization for Associate Degree Nursing (OADN). In order to be selected for membership, students must maintain a 3.0 or above GPA and have earned a

A&M-Texarkana hosts free poetry workshop and reading

April 15 Construction Update

Light grunge black and yellow caution sign background.

• Work is currently moving to the area behind BT and near the welding/auto body shop. • The back two doors of the BT building and the parking lot between IT and the welding/auto body shop are closed for the time being. • There will be no through passage between IT and the Whatley Center

Phi Theta Kappa inducts 44 new members

group shot by candlelight

Northeast Texas Community College recently inducted 44 new students into the Alpha Mu Chi chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, the international honor society for two-year colleges. Established in 1918, Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society serves to recognize and encourage the academic achievement of two-year college students and provide opportunities for individual growth and development

Ag brings home state honors

ag awards

The Northeast Texas Community College Agriculture program recently traveled to the Texas Junior college Agriculture Association (TJCAA) conference at Tarleton State University in Stephenville. This much-anticipated conference is a celebration and appreciation of agriculture that allows students a chance to network and compete with peers from around the state. In addition to winning third place

Phi Theta Kappa wins big at Texas Regional Conference

ptk action

By Guy Stilwell Eagle Copy Editor Alpha Mu Chi (AMC), NTCC’s chapter of Phi Theta Kappa (PTK), recently attended the Texas Regional Convention. The event honors PTK chapters and even individual members. During the duration of the convention, AMC managed to win 20 awards and maintained their five-star status as a chapter. This is a

Helen Hampton sponsors Pinkalicious

hampton sponsor

Helen Hampton (center) sponsored the April 3 performance of the popular children’s musical “Pinkalicious” at the Whatley Center for the Performing Arts at Northeast Texas Community College. She is pictured with cast members at the VIP Tea Party with Pink held after the show. “Pinkalicious” marked the end of the Whatley Center’s 2015-2016 season. The

It is time to register for classes!

NortheastNews

Registration for the May Intersession and Summer 2016 is now underway at Northeast Texas Community College. Fall registration begins Friday, April 15. Class schedules are available online at www.ntcc.edu/schedules. Most current students should be able to register for classes online by logging into their myEagle Portal account. Prospective students should visit www.ntcc.edu/apply to begin the application process. Both

Jessica Velazquez published in TSHS journal

velazquez published

Northeast Texas Community College Presidential Scholar, Jessica Velazquez, was recently published in the 2016 issue of a statewide academic journal. Touchstone, the annual publication of the Texas State Historical Society, chose Velazquez’s essay “Farm Life in Transition” as one of the collegiate articles featured this year. Her essay surveys agriculture in five counties in Texas from 1930