First Class On Us

 

Thinking about starting college?

YOUR FIRST CLASS IS ON US!

At Northeast Texas Community College, we believe everyone deserves a chance to get a college education. In fact, we feel so strongly about this that we are offering the First Class On Us scholarship to any new student who wants to take a class with us in the Spring 2022 semester.

This offer for one free credit class is available to anyone who lives in Camp, Morris or Titus county who has never taken a course at NTCC. It’s that simple.

“We know there are a lot of people out there who have been putting off going to college for one reason or another. Thanks to a generous private scholarship, we are offering residents in our district a chance to try out NTCC at no cost to them,” Dr. Jonathan McCullough, Executive Vice President for Advancement, said.

Whether you have always wanted to learn how to weld, take an art class, learn more about business or take the first step toward a degree, this is your chance to get started. The First Class On Us scholarship includes tuition, fees and books for one class up to four credit hours. We will even cover the cost of TSI testing, which is required for entry into many college-level classes.
 

What are you waiting for?

Our easy scholarship application opens December 1. Contact Kim Irvin at 903-434-8133 or kirvin@ntcc.edu to learn more.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Can my free class be taken online?
A: Yes! This offer is open to any spring 2022 credit class that has a start date of January 18, 2022. It can be online or face-to-face - the choice is yours!

Q: What if I decide to take more than one class?
A: We encourage students to sign up for as many classes as they like. This free class offer will apply to the first class and then other financial aid will apply or you will be charged

Q: Can I use this scholarship for a dual credit class?
A: No. Dual credit classes are not eligible for this offer.

Q: Can I take a continuing education class?
A: This offer is for credit classes only. Other financial aid may be available for some of our career-based continuing education programs.