NTCC Phi Theta Kappa wins national USA Today competition

       Alpha Mu Chi, Northeast Texas Community College’s chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, earned national acclaim as one of four chapters to win the 2013 Honors Case Study Challenge competition sponsored by More »

Eagles Soccer advances in playoffs, seek berth in national tourney


The Northeast Texas Community College (NTCC) Men’s Eagles Soccer team advanced in the Region 14 tournament this week in dramatic fashion.  The Eagles won their first round playoff game against Laredo Community College Friday, but it took two overtimes and a penalty shoot-out to get it done! The Eagles now advance to the final round

German class enjoys cultural meal

german meal

Students in German 1311 learned German table customs in class today: saying “Guten Appetit!” to fellow diners, or lifting your glass & saying “Prost!” Germans, like other Europeans, eat with the fork in the left hand and the knife in the right hand, and don’t switch back and forth like Americans; and they don’t put ice cubes

ETCF donates $15,000

etcf gift

Dr. Jonathan McCullough (left), Vice President for Advancement, Northeast Texas Community College (NTCC), is pictured receiving a $15,000 check from Mr. Kyle Penney, President, East Texas Communities Foundation (ETCF).  The funds were made available to the College by the ETCF through a planned gift from the estate of the late Burt and Nancy Marans, formerly

PTK and Math Science club host science lecture


Matt Wood, Ph.D., Professor and Department Head, Department of Physics and Astronomy at Texas A&M University-Commerce recently spoke to a joint meeting of the Math/Science Student Organization and Phi Theta Kappa. The topic was “Kepler Observations of Cataclysmic Variable Stars,” which was a spectacular presentation on the variability of brightness of stars known as Cataclysmic Variable Stars as documented by

Ag to host final fall Farmer’s Market

farmer's market

It is finally fall in east Texas and with the delight of the deliciously cool temperatures we are all reminded of the holidays that are soon to come!  The final Northeast Texas Community College Farmer’s Market of the season will have those holidays in mind as we celebrate the harvest, by gathering the greens and

New Mathways Project underway at NTCC

The New Mathways Project (NMP) is all about student success in achieving career goals. The program is a statewide effort that provides opportunity for students to enroll in a college-level statistics course in only one semester. To be eligible, students must qualify for enrollment in developmental mathematics at the level of beginning algebra or above.

Top historian gives lecture at Concord Church


The award-winning historian, Dr. Walter Buenger, of Texas A&M, College Station delivered a lecture October 24 at the historic Concord Church of Omaha on “Azaleas and Bluebonnets: Constructing a New Northeast Texas on an Old Foundation after 1887.”  Buenger described a tipping point, around 1910-1915, when the strong “Lost-Cause,” Southern identity of Northeast Texas, showed a

Women’s Soccer headed to playoffs

The Northeast Texas Community College (NTCC) Women’s Eagles Soccer team is headed to the Region 14 Tournament with a record of 8-6. The Lady Eagles’ first playoff game will be on Thursday, Oct. 30 at Navarro. The Women split their games last week, picking up a victory against Paris Junior College and dropping their game against Hill

Men’s soccer wins conference title, host playoff game Friday

The Northeast Texas Community College family and community are invited to help the Eagles Soccer Team extend their very successful season by cheering them on in the first-round playoff game of the NJCAA Region 14 Tournament.  NTCC will host Laredo College on Friday, Oct. 31 at 3 p.m. on the Northeast Texas Community College (NTCC) campus.

Cypress Bank sponsors Vicki Lawrence performance

cypress donation

Cypress Bank recently gave $3,000 to sponsor the upcoming Vicki Lawrence performance at the Whatley Center for the Performing Arts at Northeast Texas Community College. Pictured presenting the gift to Carolyn Franks (left), Whatley Center Director,  is B. Gooding, Cypress Bank Senior Vice President. The comedy show will be held on Saturday, Nov. 8 at 7:30 p.m.