The Northeast Texas Community College Foundation recently announced that it has received $470,000 from the Greater Texas Foundation. The three-year grant will be used for NTCC’s unique Wok4College Program.
In addition to providing scholarships to directly support Work4College students, the grant also allocates funds for personnel and operating costs.
The Northeast Texas Community College Foundation recently received a $2,000 donation from the family of Maria Souza. The gift established the Maria Souza Hope Memorial Scholarship and will provide two $1,000 scholarships for NTCC students who are participants or graduates of Hope Ministries of Northeast Texas.
2018 Mount Pleasant Salutatorian, Verania Leyva Garcia, has concluded her two-year stay at Northeast Texas Community College with a decision to transfer to the University of Texas at Austin in the fall, and a resolve to advance further in biomedical studies. She will be receiving a full-tuition scholarship.
Northeast Texas Community College is proud to announce the Social Work Information Session for current and future students. Information will be provided regarding Registration, Financial Aid, First-Year and Second-Year Experience, and information regarding a Social Work degree.
The Eagle Food Pantry will be open Thursday, June 25th from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. for curbside care package pickup located at Wesley Fellowship Center. We only fill orders for students who email us at CARE@ntcc.edu from their student email. No emails will be answered if they are not sent to the CARE@ntcc.edu email. If you are a dual student, please let us know when you contact us. Once you email us, we will give you a time between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. to pick up your care package. All food orders will need to be on Wednesday, June 24th no later then 8pm.
Northeast Texas Community College will offer on-campus classes for the Fall 2020 semester. The College is currently working to implement a plan that will allow for traditional face-to-face learning opportunities while still practicing social distancing and other measures to prevent the spread of Coronavirus. We will announce full details when they become available. Additionally, NTCC will continue to offer a full slate of online courses for those who prefer learning in that environment.
The Northeast Texas Community College Work4College program is back in action for summer 2020. Starting June 8, a total of 79 students began participating in the unique 10-week program.
From manning the campus wellness check-in station to painting dorm rooms and working on the farm, these students are providing essential services to the campus – all while earning money and saving for college!
The Northeast Texas Community College Foundation recently received $10,000 from the Trellis Foundation for emergency-related needs. The funds have been used to provide resources to NTCC students adversely affected by recent events. Dr. Ron Clinton, NTCC President (left), and Dr. Jonathan McCullough, NTCC Executive Vice President for Advancement, are pictured accepting the gift.
The Northeast Texas Community College Foundation recently received $58,000 from the Texas Pioneer Foundation to support the Work4College Program. Dr. Ron Clinton, NTCC President (left), and Dr. Jonathan McCullough, NTCC Executive Vice President for Advancement, are pictured accepting the gift.