The Northeast Texas Community College Foundation recently received a check for $1,000 from the Shelby Cobra Association of Texas. Jeff Sol (left) is pictured presenting the gift to Ron Luellen, Director of NTCC’s Carroll Shelby Automotive Program.
Northeast Texas Community College will hold two spring commencement ceremonies on Saturday, May 15. In-person attendance is very limited due to COVID-19 health and safety protocols. Both ceremonies will be streamed live online to allow everyone to join us in celebrating the accomplishments of our May 2021 graduates. You can view at:
After a year of virtual presentations facilitated by iPhones and YouTube, Northeast community poster judges, and NTCC students came back together in real time at the Whatley Foyer, Friday, 7 May, for the Thirteenth Annual McGraw-Hill Poster Contest. This scholarly contest, sponsored this year by Santa’s Sweeties, a high-end sewing circle in Mount Vernon, McGraw-Hill Education Corporation, and Jerald and Mary Lou Mowery of Mount Vernon featured what many believed was the best visualization of scholarly work in the history of the conference.
Northeast Texas Community College Rodeo traveled to Athens, Texas for the final Rodeo of the season May 7th and 8th. Trinity Valley Community College Served as the host of the event held at the Henderson County Rodeo Complex.
Alpha Mu Chi, NTCC’s chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, hosted a District III meeting in the Community Room on campus May 1. Representatives from colleges in the district, including Tyler Junior College, Paris Junior College, Kilgore College, McClennan Community College, Trinity Valley Community College, and others, attended the event in-person or via zoom.
Every semester full-time and associate faculty in NTCC’s Division of Humanities and Social Sciences can select an outstanding student, who is exceptional in some way. This semester, Psychology Professor Nicole Sutton nominated Crystal Warren.
The Northeast Texas Community College Rodeo team will make the trip down to Athens, Texas May 7th and May 8th to close out the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association (NIRA) Southern Region season. Trinity Valley Community College will serve as the host for the event that was originally scheduled for February when the winter storm hit.
Northeast Texas Community College Baseball traveled to Tishomingo, Oklahoma for one last non-conference agame against Murray State College on Tuesday, April 27. NTCC would defeat Murray State 19-6 to bring home the win.