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The Adult Education Department at Northeast Texas Community College is accepting new and returning students for its GED (General Educational Development) and ESL (English as a Second Language) programs. Those interested in participating in either of these free educational programs should call to make an appointment for registration. While classes are offered in various convenient locations around the area, all registration will be held at the Community Resource Center (formerly MPISD Administration Building) at 105 N. Riddle Street in Mount Pleasant. Please call 903-434-8341 for an appointment. In-person, remote, and online self-paced options will be available. For more information and updates, like Adult Education Program at Northeast Texas Community College on Facebook.Classes are scheduled to begin August 23, 2021.

Megan Folk

Megan Folk, a student from Northeast Texas Community College, has been named a 2021 Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society (PTK) StudyBuddy Scholar and has received a 100 percent discount on either the TEAS or HESI prep courses at StudyBuddy.live

Davin Whatley

Davin Whatley, a student at Northeast Texas Community College in Texas, has been named the 2021 Dr. Mary Hood Texas Region Scholar and will receive a $1,500 scholarship. 

Anna Ingram with colleagues

NTCC is pleased to announce that Anna Ingram, Associate Vice President of Arts and Sciences/Director of Title V, has been nominated for this week’s Summer Shout Out. From her leadership role with faculty to ensuring that NTCC offers high-quality online instruction, Anna fills many roles on campus. 

Nita May and Christi Denney

Christi Denney recently presented the Northeast Texas Community College Foundation with $2,000 to support the Nita DeWoody Memorial Scholarship fund. The money was raised through a 5K virtual event that was held last year due to COVID-19.

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Texas A&M University Texarkana at NTCC will host a Coffee Chat with our very own Kevin Frost on Friday, Aug. 6 at 10 a.m. Frost is a graduate of Texas A&M University – Texarkana at NTCC. He earned his Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in 2010 and his Master of Business Administration (MBA) in 2014. Mr. Frost currently works for Northeast Texas Community College (NTCC) where he serves as the professor of Industrial Technology. Join us to learn more about his transfer experience!

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Since 2008, the honors program of NTCC has published a biannual newsletter.  The recently released 2021July edition is now available on the college website. Click here to view it! 

On Wednesday, July 28, Ideal Impact will begin working on the NTCC campus. Ideal Impact is a consulting firm that works with schools and churches to maximize energy efficiency and save a significant amount of money for the institution over time. The project will include implementing new HVAC software, weatherization and other upgrades to improve efficiency at the college.

zoom call with Dr. Rieidel

The connection of the auto-racer/developer Carroll Shelby to the preeminent American muscle cars of the pre-regulation era, before 1970, makes him iconic still in American automotive history.  The most expensive American car ever sold in an auction was a Shelby Cobra, which netted 14 million dollars, in 2016.  In 2019, the Academy-Award-winning sports drama film, Ford v Ferrari, featured star actor, Matt Damon, playing the role of Shelby.

group of NTCC leaders with Joel Berg

Joel Berg, CEO of Hunger Free America, a national nonpartisan nonprofit organization, visited the NTCC campus Wednesday. The visit was part of a coast-to-coast journey this summer to shine a light on the continuing national hunger crisis, to meet with those working on the front lines of hunger, and to advocate for long-term, public policy solutions to food insecurity. In addition to visiting the NTCC CARE Center (formerly Eagle Pantry), Berg also visited sites in Mount Pleasant and Daingerfield.