Adult Education

The Adult Education department at NTCC offers GED preparation, English as a Second Language (ESL) , Adult Basic Education, tutoring, testing for the Texas Workforce Center, and computer-assisted instruction.


Adult Basic Education

Adult Basic Education classes are for students ages 17 or older who have not completed high school. These classes are designed to upgrade basic skills in reading, writing, and math. An individual program of study is designed for each student. ABE classes are held throughout the college service delivery area. Those students age 17 must have proof of withdrawal from the last high school attended. A 6-hour new student orientation is provided, which includes goal setting and a base-line assessment. For information, please call 903-434-8252.


Additional Adult Education Programs

The college has acquired several grants to develop special projects to address classes in Transition and Career Pathways. For more information please call 903-434-8252.


Community Resource Center

The Community Resource Center, located in downtown Mt. Pleasant, is a partnership between the college and Mt. Pleasant Independent School District (MPISD). The center is located at 105 N. Riddle St. Mount Pleasant, Texas 75455, (903) 434-8340.