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NTCC Faculty Senate hosts annual Student Awards Ceremony

The Northeast Texas Community College Faculty Senate recently held its 24th annual Student Awards Ceremony. Each year, faculty nominate their best students to receive awards for their hard work and achievements throughout More »

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Construction update for April 29

• Work continues in the area behind BT and near the welding/auto body shop. • The water leak last week slowed down progress slightly, but the project remains ahead of schedule. • More »

May 13 Construction Update

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• Work on the underground pipe loop is finishing up behind the IT and BT buildings • Continue to use caution in the area between BT and IT • A walking path is now cleared between IT and the Whatley Center • A temporary sidewalk is being placed behind the Admin building in anticipation of

NTCC receives gift to restore John Biggers mural

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The Northeast Texas Community College Foundation recently received a $10,000 gift from the East Texas Communities Foundation and the Burt and Nancy Marans Estate. Dr. Brad Johnson, NTCC President (right) and Dr. Jonathan McCullough, NTCC Vice President for Advancement, are pictured receiving the donation.  The funds will be used to begin the restoration process for

Dr. Tawny Nix gives scholarships

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Dr. Tawny Nix, Director of the Northeast Texas Community College Medical Assistant program, recently contributed $2,000 to the NTCC Foundation. The funds will provide scholarships to students majoring in Medical Assistant, Medical Coding or Health Informatics. She is pictured presenting the gift to Dr. Jonathan McCullough, NTCC Vice President for Advancement. For more information about

Upcoming Health Science training opportunities

The Health Sciences Department at NTCC has lots of upcoming training opportunities. Short trainings with flexible schedules! Check out some of the upcoming opportunities: • CPR for Healthcare Providers –May 20th-21st Learn basic life support for healthcare providers. This is the American Heart Association course required for entry into our health science programs and is

Culinary Arts, LRC host Food Fight and Edible Book Contest

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The Northeast Texas Community College Culinary Arts Department and Learning Resource Center (LRC) recently hosted two events at NTCC Culinary Arts School in downtown Pittsburg. High schools from around the area came to show off their culinary skills in a Culinary Food Fight.    Greenville, Sulphur Bluff, Hughes Springs, Prairiland, Chapel Hill, Pewitt, and Texas

The Eagle student newspaper wins big at TIPA

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By Daniel Yanez Managing Editor, The Eagle Northeast Texas Community College’s newspaper, The Eagle, once again took home more than 20 awards from the annual Texas Intercollegiate Press Association (TIPA) conference. Last month, the journalism staff traveled to Dallas to represent The Eagle and the college’s literary magazine, Lagniappe. This year, the journalism staff won a

SGA recognizes outstanding student organizations

The Northeast Texas Community College Student Government Association (SGA) recently recognized two student organizations on campus. The Phi Theta Kappa Alpha Mu Chi chapter was awarded Outstanding Student Organization for the 2015-2016 school year. To be eligible for this award an organization must exhibit how it has contributed to the college, community, and the development

Spring commencement planned for May 14

Northeast Texas Community College will hold its spring commencement in two ceremonies at 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. in the Whatley Center Saturday, May 14. Dr. Kim Wommack will be the speaker at both events. The 9 a.m. ceremony is for Associate of Arts, Associate of Arts in Teaching and Associate of Science graduates. Mary Smith

William Jones wins Chitsey Award

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Northeast Texas Community College student William Austin Jones was recently named the winner of the 2015-2016 Chitsey Award, granted annually to the student of Honors Northeast who most exceeded expectations. Jones has impressed all four of the first-year honors seminar professors for his proactive academic work, and commitment to excellence. He was the winner of

GED commencement planned

The Northeast Texas Community College Adult Education program will hold its annual General Education Development (GED) commencement ceremony on Thursday, May 12, 2016 at 7 p.m. at the Whatley Center for the Performing Arts.  All students who have completed the NTCC GED program during the past year will be honored.  Family and friends of graduates