Congratulations on your admissions to Northeast Texas Community College!
What's Next? Below is detailed information that will guide you through the next steps for a successful college transition!
1 IT Checklist
Setup your OneLogin Protect, Access your Student Email, and Install Microsoft Teams before registration. Step-by-step instructions are located in our IT Checklist. For assistance using your NTCC email, contact email@example.com. (Note the OneLogin needs to be set using the student's phone number, not parents. Do not delete the app once installed, as you will need to use it throughout your educational career at Northeast.
You received an email containing your myEagle Username that serves as your login for your myEagle portal account via https://myeagle.ntcc.edu. After setting up your OneLogin account, track your Admissions Progress towards enrollment, check missing folder items and residency classification.
2 Financial Aid
Financial aid includes grants (such as Pell Grants), scholarships, loans, work-study programs, and other means to help students pay for college. Money can come from the government, one's school, one's family, or a private foundation. The amount and type of aid a student may receive depends on the availability of funds and the student's established financial need.
Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) - Citizen or Eligible Non-Citizen Apply for FAFSA
Texas Application for State Financial Aid (TASFA)- Non-Citizen or Texas Resident complete a TASFA (contact firstname.lastname@example.org to request the TASFA application)
Apply for Northeast Texas Community College -Community/Foundation Scholarships
Once you've submitted your FAFSA, outstanding financial aid documents, additional requested forms, and your Awards can be found on your myEagle portal under Financial Aid.
The Texas Success Initiative (TSI) requires you to demonstrate that you're ready for college-level coursework by providing exemption documentation or meeting minimum standards on math, reading, and writing assessments.
For more information about test registration or exemption qualifications, click the links below.
TSI | Schedule Virtual or On-campus TSI Exam Submit Scores
4 Online Orientation/EagleGanza
All new freshmen students are required to complete the Online Orientation to learn about student resources, academics and studies, student life, paying for college, and steps to success at Northeast Texas. Access your myEagle Online Orientation.
Join us on the beautiful Northeast campus for an exciting day packed with activities to help you prepare for your upcoming college experience. You can expect to build relationships with fellow freshmen students, meet returning students, and be introduced to Northeast faculty and staff. Register Online!
5 Bacterial Meningitis
Texas law requires students attending colleges and universities to be vaccinated against Bacterial Meningitis if they are under 22. The Texas Department of State Health Services website explains the law and outlines the minimum vaccination requirements for college enrollment.
6 Final Transcripts
Send us your final transcript or GED—as well as any AP, college, or dual credit documentation (if other than Northeast)—after you graduate.
All high school transcripts must include the following: date of graduation/completion, the signature of a school official, and school seal.
Transcripts must be submitted to Northeast by one of the following methods to be considered valid and official:
· Mailed to the Admissions Office directly from the sending institution, original sealed envelope,
· Mailed to the Admissions Office from the student in the original, sealed envelope from the high school,
· Hand-delivered to the Admissions Office in the original, sealed envelope from the high school located in the Student Services Center;
· Sent electronically to the Admissions Office directly from the high school- email@example.com,
· Through an approved electronic records exchange format (i.e., TREx, SPEEDE, Parchment, Credential Solutions, and National Student Clearinghouse).
For non-traditional, online, or private high schools with listed accreditation, Northeast will cross-reference the accrediting agency with the list of approved agencies found on the Department of Education (DOE) or Texas Education Agency's (TEA) websites. If a high school is found to be non-accredited or listed on an official list of known "diploma mills," the student will be considered for the "individual approval" option, including all restrictions and requirements.
Transcripts can be mailed to PO Box 1307 Mt. Pleasant, TX 75454
For additional questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 903-434-8122
7 Campus Tour
Prospective students and community members can experience a 360 look at the campus without leaving home. Click here to check out all the virtual tours.
We invite you and your family to visit our beautiful 375-acre campus anytime! Northeast Texas Community College offers everything you need for a full collegiate experience, from our recently renovated academic buildings to student housing and athletic facilities. While we would love to see you in person, click here to schedule a campus tour.
You may contact an advisor for further information at email@example.com. The tour typically takes about an hour to complete.
8 On-Campus Housing
Want to live away from home but not too far!
Northeast Texas Community College maintains student housing facilities for up to 214 occupants. Student housing provides students the opportunity to further individual educational development through social interaction with fellow students. Access On-Campus Housing for housing plan options, pricing, application, requirements, and more!
Learn more about our Summer Success Program!
9 myEagle Passport (Student ID)
It is required that all students on the Northeast Texas Community College Campus obtain and carry a myEagle Passport Card.
You'll use your myEagle Passport Card often, so make sure to always carry it with you. You will be able to use it to:
- Purchase food through your meal plan
- Check out books from the library
- Attend athletic events
- Receive student discounts from participating merchants
- Dorm and building access
- Copy/print services
To obtain your myEagle Passport Card, visit Student Services (Monday - Thursday, 8 am - 6 pm; Friday, 8 am-Noon)
10 Parking Permit
Students may complete an online Parking Registration Form and pick up the sticker or make any updates with Student Services or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Permits should be located on the exterior rear window on the left side of the vehicle. The permit should be readily visible.
Parking permits are required for all students at Northeast Texas Community College. There are two (2) reserved parking areas on campus. The circle drive by the Administration Building is for visitors only with a 30-minute limit. The parking by the Industrial Annex Building is reserved for staff and faculty. These parking lots are posted with signs. Parking is allowed in designated marked parking lots only.
11 Explore Majors
Northeast Texas Community College offers four associate degree types Associates of Science, Associates of Arts, Associates of Arts in Teaching, Associates of Applied Science, and several certificates. Explore majors by areas of your interest and time commitment to find the fit for you! Our Pathways Map can guide you in course selection semester by semester.
12 Ask our Chatbot!
The artificial intelligent Chatbot helps students virtually answer questions over Admissions, Financial Aid, Advising, and other departments. The Chatbot allows us to provide 24/7 service to the students and give them the ability to self-serve around the clock.
How does it function?
Each department has identified commonly asked questions. These questions are stored in the Chatbot with the department answer. Once a student types an inquiry into the Chatbot, the artificial intelligence (AI) Chatbot identifies the student's problem to the most similar question and answers built within its database. If the question is unanswered, the student can request "Ask a Human," in which the Chatbot will email Student Services for the first available staff member to help with the question.
Give it a try. Chat Now!
13 Meet with your First-Year Coach
No appointments are necessary but are recommended to reduce any wait times! Contact us to schedule a face-to-face or virtual session to Register or answer any questions you may have. Parents are welcome to join the sessions but are not required. Se Habla Español!
Welcome, Northeast Eagle!
The links provided on this webpage are guides to making informed decisions as a Northeast Texas Community College student. A broad range of topics offers essential understanding and tools to encourage a successful academic experience. Establishing relationships with people on the NTCC campus, including your Academic Advisor, Success Coach, Transfer Coach, Faculty Advisor, instructors, staff, fellow students, and many others, will enhance your first-year experience. For a great deal of additional knowledge, please visit the Student Consumer Information, the NTCC Catalog, Student Handbook, or NTCC’s webpage.
Stay informed of important dates by accessing the yearly academic calendar. The calendar will contain registration openings/deadlines, first/last day of class by session, withdrawal deadlines, graduation dates, final examinations, and holidays breaks.
The classes you registered for will appear on your course schedule.
- Review Start & End dates as we offer 16-week, 10-week, 8-week, 5-week, and Intersession semester courses.
- Course Days- View the days of the week your class is scheduled—MW-Monday & Wednesday, TR- Tuesday & Thursday, M-R- Monday through Thursday, etc.
- Course Times- Your scheduled lecture/lab instructional course time.
- Course Code- Access Couse Descriptions to identify the course code, a summary of the significant learning experience, prerequisites, and credit hours earned for the course.
- Course Numbering System- First digit gives the rank of the course. A 0 is a developmental, 1 freshman, and 2 is a sophomore-level course. The Second digit signifies the semester hour value of the course. The third/four number distinguishes the course from others in the same department.
- Abbreviations in Course Code- Course Formats DC-Dual Credit, FE- Flex Entry Schedule, HN-Honors, HY- Hybrid, IN- Independent Study, MY-Math ways, ST-Stacked, TR-Traditional, TV- Two-Way Video, VC-Virtual College of Texas
- Course Location- Northeast offers courses at our Main Campus, ITTC-Industrial Technology Training Center, Hanson Sewell Center-Pittsburg, Our Place Culinary-Pittsburg, Naples/Omaha Education Web=Online, and Community Resource Center.
- Main campus buildings include MS-Math/Science, HUM-Humanities, UHS-University Health Science, BT-Business Technology, IA-Industrial Annex, VT-Vocational Training, CJC-Criminal Justice CS-Carroll Shelby Automotive Technology, and WC-Whatley Center.
Academic Advisor/Success Coach/Transfer Coach
All students are assigned an academic advisor based on major. Success Coaches support incoming first year students and then are supported by the transfer coaches their second year at NTCC. Your advisor and coach will help you navigate academic, social, financial, and other aspects of college. Your advisor/coach may contact you via text message, email or by phone for the following reasons:
- Discuss possible majors/careers
- Assist you with registration and FAFSA applications
- Work with you to create an academic plan for graduation
- Discuss strategies and resources to help you be successful in college
- Answer questions regarding policies, procedures and deadlines related to college (financial aid, registration, housing, payment plans, etc.)
- Maintain regular correspondence with advisees
- Contact you regarding Midterm grades or Non-attendance
You may schedule a virtual or face-to-face appointment with your Advisor, Success Coach, or Transfer Coach in your student portal at My Advisor/Coach. Appointments are available Monday-Thursday 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM and Friday 8 AM to Noon. Walk-ins are always welcomed!
Advisors are located in Student Services and can be reached at email@example.com or 903-434-8190. First-year Success Coaches are located in Humanities Room 103 and be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 903-434-8123. (Se Habla Español.) Transfer Coaches are in the Business Technology Building Room 109 and can be reached at email@example.com or 903-434-8311.
Clear holds before the semester begin date. Holds will be placed on your account after the twelfth-class day for Missing Admissions Documents (Online Orientation, Bacterial Meningitis, Transcripts), Academics (GPA-under a 2.0), or Business Office Balances. Submit pending documentation to firstname.lastname@example.org or clear your balance in your Student Account. You can view and upload pending Admissions documents in your Application Progress.
Enrollment Verifications are available after the third week of classes. Click the link to obtain a certificate verifying enrollment at Northeast Texas Community College for the current term. The certificate can be used for insurance, loan deferment, or scholarship purposes.
Students that are dropped after late registration has ended for non-payment or for students who are certified as non-attending and wish to be reinstated must complete the Course Reinstatement academic form. Both the instructor and the Vice President must approve for the Registrar to reinstate you in the course. You can view the status of your request in the far righthand column.
Programs of Study (Majors)
A program of study consists of courses required to complete a specific degree. The specific courses are identified through a degree evaluation tool available to you through the myEagle portal called Degree Audit. Your degree plan can also be accessed from the main web page by selecting Academics, NTCC Catalog; in the drop-down, select your entering Catalog year. Example 2021-2022 Catalog, then select Programs of Study.
An Example of an Associate of Arts Degree Requirements will contain:
- Core Curriculum. (Also known as "Basics")
- Eighteen hours of academic transfer electives, primarily in a major field of study. (see Programs of Study section for specific program requirements) (Also known as Electives or Concentration courses)
TOTAL: 60 semester credit hours- for an Associates of Arts or Science (Certificate and AAS programs will consist of different total credit hours.)
Your degree audit provides an overview of the courses that are met, and the courses needed to complete your selected degree plan (Major). Although faculty and staff advisors will use every effort to ensure students are provided the most appropriate advice possible in degree planning, it is ultimately the student's responsibility to register for classes that meet their educational goals and comply with all program requirements.
Information on the Degree Audit:
Current Major: If this is incorrect or had a change in major, submit a Change of Major request. Allow 24 hours for processing.
Phone number: to submit a change, on the Home tab in your portal select Phone number confirmation
Advisor: Your first advisor listed is your Academic Advisor; all others are Faculty advisors for your major.
Code Key: Use the code key to view if you completed, have not met, or are registered for the courses required for your degree plan.
The main codes are:
A checkmark indicates the course has been completed, and you have met the requirement.
An X indicates you have not yet registered nor taken a course in that component to meet the requirement(s).
A yellow circle means you have registered for the course, and the course is "In Progress."
Students intending to transfer to a university to complete a bachelor's degree are encouraged to bring a copy of their chosen university's catalog/degree plan with them to their advising/coaching sessions.
The Texas Common Course Numbering System (TCCNS) is a voluntary, cooperative effort among 137 Texas community colleges and universities to facilitate transferring freshman and sophomore level general academic coursework. Select- Compare Schools and select -Northeast Texas Community College with your choice of transfer university to determine both course equivalency and degree applicability of transfer credit on a statewide basis.
Credit by Substitution
In some cases, a credit by substitution form may be requested. Ask your Academic Advisor or Student Success Coach if required. This may be the case if another course has already been taken for a specific component other than what is required on your Degree Audit or Program of Study; your faculty advisor may or may not approve a course substitution to complete the requirement. Consult with an Academic Advisor before registering for a course that may require substitution.
Credit by Examination -
Students may earn course credit by demonstrating specified achievement on the subject examinations of the College Board of New York's College Level Examination Program, commonly called CLEP, through departmental examinations or for learning achieved through experiences outside typical educational settings. To view courses and score requirements, visit: CLEP. Examples of this may be students fluent in Spanish may take the College Board Spanish Level 1 & 2 exam, pass the exam with score requirements and receive credit for SPAN 1411 & SPAN 1412 after paying the required fees.
Advanced Placement (AP)
Courses in high school that meet the AP Exam Score will also require the Credit by Examination form to be completed. Visit Advance Placement for score requirements and processes.
For classes that require proctored tests, students have three options. Students can test on the main campus at the Northeast Testing Center. Students can test at an approved college testing center or public library with an exam proctoring service if they reside outside the NTCC area. Students can use one of Northeast's online testing proctoring services with instructor approval. All proctoring costs are the responsibility of the student.
Midterm grades are not recorded on the student's permanent record but are used as advisory grades for Early Alert counseling purposes with your Academic Advisor, Success Coach, or Transfer Coach. View your Midterm and Final Grades here.
Academic Success Plan
Your Academic Success Plan will help you understand your motivation to pursue your education, your educational experiences, and the tools you can use. Acknowledge your strengths and discover areas that can be improved or set up specific academic achievements in your coursework. Complete your Academic Success Plan here then set up an appointment with your success coach or advisor to discuss short-term and long-term goals.
Calculate your college course grades using our GPA Calculator to help you stay on top of your academic standing! You will need your unofficial transcript. Your Cumulative GPA (overall) on your transcript will be your Division Career Total GPA. Total quality points will be your total Ernd (Earned) hours listed on your transcript. Then enter the credit hours your current courses are worth and the projected grade. Click calculate to forecast what your new semester GPA and cumulative GPA will be for the upcoming term.
Essentially, a drop means unenrolling in a course by a certain deadline date. If you chose to drop a class after the drop deadline, it is considered a “withdraw” from a class. Students who can access myEagle may drop classes online using the Add/Drop/Withdraw electronic form.
Drops before the census date (by twelfth class day of a regular semester; by the seventh day of a 10-week term, or by the fourth-class day of a 5-week term) are not recorded on the student's permanent record. Students cannot drop their final or only class using MyEagle during late registration. A complete withdrawal must be made in person at the Registrar's Office.
For questions or to speak with an advisor select schedule an appointment with an advisor or contact your Academic Advisor at email@example.com or Success Coach at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A student who officially withdraws from a course after the twelfth-class day but within the first twelve weeks of a regular semester or: after the seventh-class day but within the first 8 weeks of the semester, or: after the fourth-class day but within the first four weeks of a 5-week term, will receive a grade of "W" in the course. Deadlines are posted in the Academic Calendar.
Requests for withdrawal access ADD/DROP/WITHDRAW online submission form. This form can also be completed in person or by email using only the student's Northeast email account. Emails will not be accepted from other email accounts, and withdrawals will not be accepted by telephone.
Please review the NTCC's Grading Policy and Withdrawal Procedures for more information. A grade of "W" is not calculated into your GPA and will not negatively affect your GPA. However, a grade of "W" may affect your financial aid eligibility. A grade of "W" is counted toward the total hours attempted but not successfully completed. Review NTCC's Financial Aid withdrawal policy for more information. If your account has an active HOLD, you must drop via emailing email@example.com.
Spring/May Intersession Registration opens in November, and Summer/Fall/December Intersession Registration opens in March. After your first semester at Northeast, you will have the option to register yourself using the Registration tab in your portal, submit an add/drop/withdrawal form, or schedule an appointment with your Academic, Faculty, Student Success Coach, or Transfer Coach.
Schedule an Appointment Add/Drop/Withdrawal Form myEagle Registration
To advance to a college-level course, students must receive an A, B, C, or CR. If the course is in progress, a passing slip from the instructor or proof of a passing score may be required to proceed to register. You may test out of a developmental course by retaking the TSI exam at any time. Submit passing scores to your instructor to receive a CR for the course. If you do not pass you will need to retake the TSI exam or retake the developmental courses.
The grading system used at NTCC is as follows: A (excellent), B (good), C (average), D (passing), F (failure), I (incomplete), W (withdrawal), NC (noncredit), CR (credit), P (passing). A- 4 points per semester hour B- 3 points per semester hour C- 2 points per semester hour D- 1 point per semester hour F- 0 points per semester hour.
Quality Points: What schools use to calculate your GPA, the number of credits taken times the points for the grade. Each letter is worth a certain amount of points per credit. The grade point average (GPA) is calculated by dividing the total number of grade points by the total number of semester hours attempted. Grades of "CR," "NC," "W," or "I" do not affect the grade point average.
Grade changes can be made only by the faculty member who issued the grade, and approval of the Executive Vice President for Instruction is required. Requests for a grade change must be made before completing the following fall or spring semester. View your Grade Report or your GPA Projection (estimate) for the semester. Professors have until eight days after the course's end date or the end date of the course extension to post final grades. Final course grades will be posted after the course ends.
Midterm and final grades can be viewed under GRADES in your myEagle portal, and final grades can also be found in your unofficial transcript. For current courses, grades can be viewed in your Ultra Blackboard portal; click HERE to view a demonstration. If your grade has not yet been posted, contact your instructor or the Registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students may view, print an unofficial transcript, or request an official transcript using their myEagle portal. To submit an unofficial transcript upload here. Visit Transcript Request for more information.
A course evaluation is a form each student has the opportunity to fill out at the end of each term. The form asks about the course, how well objectives were communicated and how well the instructor worked with the class.
To complete your course evaluation: Log in to your NTCC Student Portal Page --> Evaluations --> Select your course from the available surveys or click HERE. The evaluations are 100% anonymous. Faculty only see the combined results from all students in the class, and the reports are not available to them until 21 days after the final course grades have been submitted. Yearly Course Evaluation Results can be found here. Course evaluations are only available at the end of the part of the term in which your course was offered. If one class ends the fifth week of school, that course evaluation won't be available on the sixteenth.
The payment of tuition, fees, and deposits are due before the first-class day. Payment deadlines, account transactions/statements, authorize payers, view balance, set a payment plan, or make a payment are in the Payments tab in your myEagle portal. Paper bills are not mailed.
Northeast offers a variety of ways to pay for classes. Students can pay using MasterCard, VISA, DISCOVER, or checks via online services. Students can pay using these same forms of payment in addition to cash when visiting the Business Office. If paying by check, students are required to furnish the current driver's license number and date of birth of the person signing the check.
Northeast uses two methods of online payments:
One-time/full payments: An electronic system for all students to view their bills and make a one-time payment online with a credit/debit card or checking/savings account (ACH).
Payment plan: Make college more affordable by paying for tuition and fees over time by setting up a payment plan. There is a $35 fee per semester to set up a payment plan. Click here to make changes to your current payment plan.
To access these payment methods or view your Student Account Billing Summary select Payments in your student portal and Select Click Here to Calculate your balance before making payment or setting up a payment plan. You can also view your Student Account Summary details using the link Payments.
NTCC is required to collect a student refund account choice from all students. Student refunds may result from financial aid/scholarships that exceed expenses, dropping/withdrawing from class, loans, and/or overpayments. Your deposit designation/refund choice must be completed electronically.
All students need to make a refund choice here. Students can request a Herring Bank Debit card during the direct deposit designation process, and a card will be mailed to your home address, or you can set up your personal bank to receive refunds.
Contact the Business Office for more information. To designate or update your bank
account information, visit Refund Choice.
Tuition & Fee Schedule
Northeast's tuition and fee schedule can be found at Northeast Tuition and Fees.
Housing costs can be found at Northeast - Room and Board Charges.
Tuition and General Fees Calculator
Estimate the cost of tuition and fees by using the tuition and general fees calculator. This does not include specialized fees, course-specific fess, and/or supplies, cost of books, housing, etc.
Special Course Fees
Fee or charge that is imposed to offset unfunded costs associated with an individual course offered either on or off campus or using other modalities, including: use of special software, nontraditional instructional systems; access to and use of technical instruments and equipment; and/or use of consumable laboratory or other instructional materials.
Refund of Tuition and Fees
Students who officially drop or withdraw from Northeast Texas Community College shall have their tuition and mandatory fees refunded according to the THECB’s refund policy. Refunds are based on the date that the drop or withdrawal form is received in the Registrar’s Office. For courses dropped prior to the first-class day, a 100 percent refund is to be made. NOTE: Class Day means the day the semester is designated to begin and each consecutive school day thereafter. The timetable applies to all refunds, including early registered students. Refunds are deposited to the student’s My Eagle Passport account. If the student does not have a My Eagle Passport, a refund check will be mailed to the address on file in the Admissions Office.
1098-T (TAX FORM)
If you or your parents pay for your Northeast tuition and fees, you may be able to offset the costs of school through federal tax credits. The American Opportunity Tax Credit (for undergraduate students) and the Lifetime Learning Tax Credit (for graduate students) are federal programs that provide up to $2,500 and $2,000 a year respectively to help offset the cost of your tuition, fees, books, and supplies. You or your parents will need your 1098-T form to get these credits. You can access your 1098-T form by visiting 1098-T Form.
If your Form 1098-T is blank, you may not be eligible to receive one. Some of those reasons could be: You do not have a valid Social Security Number (SSN) or Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) on file, students whose qualified tuition and related expenses are entirely waived or paid completely with scholarships or grants, such as the Pell grant, nonresident alien students, courses for which no academic credit is offered, even if the student is otherwise enrolled in a degree program, students whose qualified tuition and related expenses are covered by a formal billing arrangement between an institution and the student's employer or a government entity. If you have questions, please send an email to email@example.com, include your student ID, and state the reason for the email.
FERPA is a Federal law that protects the privacy of student education records. The law applies to all schools that receive funds under an applicable program of the US Department of Education. To give your parents, guardians, or other individuals your student educational or financial records, complete the FERPA Permission form. More information regarding FERPA can be found at FERPA or by contacting the Registrar's office at 903-434-8139.
The Financial Aid Office provides grants, scholarships, short-term loans, and/or job opportunities. These aid opportunities are provided in the belief that student's financial resources should not control education. The amount and type of aid a student may receive depends on the availability of funds and the student's established financial need.
Any married applicant, 24 years of age or older, a graduate/professional student, orphaned or a ward of the Court, a veteran of the US armed forces, or has legal dependents other than a spouse may be considered self-supporting (independent).
Federal and state funding not used to pay tuition and fees, books, or room and board charges will be disbursed to the student. This amount should be reported on the student/parent's federal income tax return.
Eligibility Requirements- To be eligible to receive federal student aid, you must
- be a US citizen or eligible noncitizen;
- have a valid Social Security number
- be enrolled or accepted for enrollment as a regular student in an eligible degree or certificate program;
- maintain satisfactory academic progress in college or career school;
- sign the certification statement on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) form stating that
- you are not in default on a federal student loan,
- you do not owe money on a federal student grant, and
- you will use federal student aid only for educational purposes; and
- show you're qualified to obtain a college or career school education by
- having a high school diploma or a General Education Development (GED) certificate;
- completing a high school education in a homeschool setting approved under state law; or
- enrolling in an eligible career pathway program and meeting one of the "ability-to-benefit" alternatives.
01 Get Prepared Gather the documents you'll need.
02 Complete FAFSA® Form Apply early to maximize your aid.
03 Review Student Aid Report Make corrections, if necessary.
04 Respond to Aid Offer Accept the aid you want.
05 Receive Aid Get your aid from your school.
06 Renew Your FAFSA® Form Reapply each year. Applications are open on October 1 of every year.
View your Financial Aid Awards, Scholarship(s), Loans in your myEagle portal under Financial Aid or here.
Missing Financial Documentation
If you have received notification of missing information for financial aid or if any documents have a status of "not received" in the Financial Aid- Document & Message you will need to complete and submit that document. For questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Financial Aid Students Withdrawing from Courses
Title IV (federal) financial aid funds are awarded under the assumption that a student will remain in classroom attendance for the entire period (semester) for which the funds were awarded.
When a student withdraws from all courses, regardless of the reason, she/he may no longer be eligible for the full amount of funds originally awarded. The return of funds to the federal government is based on the premise that a student earns financial aid in proportion to the length of time during which she/he remains enrolled. A pro-rated schedule determines the amount of federal student aid funds she/he will have earned at the time of full withdrawal. For example, a student who withdraws in the second week of the semester has earned less of his/her financial aid than a student who withdraws in the fifth week. Once the 60% point in the semester is reached, a student is considered to have earned all of the financial aid originally awarded and not be required to return any funds.
Federal regulations require a recalculation of financial eligibility if a student:
- completely withdraws;
- stops attending before the semester's end (this is considered an unofficial withdrawal, and the return is based on the last date of an academically-related activity);
- does not complete all modules (mini-sessions) in which the student is enrolled as of the start date of the mini session.
- Northeast students who receive federal financial aid who do not remain in attendance through the end of the semester could be responsible for repaying a portion of the financial aid originally received.
Students who do not begin attendance in classes are not eligible for federal financial aid and must repay all aid originally received.
If a student does not successfully complete any coursework for a given semester, they will automatically be placed on Financial Aid Suspension. While on Financial Aid Suspension, the student is not eligible to receive financial aid funds unless the student completes a Financial Aid Appeal( Appeal Form), which will be reviewed to determine if financial aid can be restored. If the student completes a portion of coursework but is not in compliance with the SAP Policy, it will cause the student to be placed on Financial Aid Warning. While on Warning status, the student will continue to receive financial aid. The second consecutive semester of non-compliance will place the student on Financial Aid Suspension. While on suspension, financial aid is not available.
Special Circumstance Appeal Form
We recognize that the FAFSA may not always accurately reflect your financial situation. Although considerations for specific conditions are limited, we may consider particular cases as described below.
Special Circumstance Appeals will be considered after receiving your initial award notification for the current aid year. All submissions requesting special circumstance consideration will be verified; tax documents and other circumstance documents are required. After reviewing your verified unique circumstance documentation, your aid package may remain the same, increase, or reduce according to the financial information submitted. Submitting a special circumstance request does not guarantee an adjustment is made to your aid package. Decisions are final and will be communicated directly to the student. For more information, contact the Office of Financial Aid to see if your situation falls under a circumstance that can be considered. If approved, any additional funding awarded is only available for the academic school year for which the special circumstance is approved. Special circumstances must be reviewed annually.
Examples of Special Circumstances Considered
- Loss or reduction of income (layoff, illness, forced reduction of hours, temporary employment, etc.)
- Catastrophic medical or dental expenses
- Death, divorce, or separation of parents or spouse
- Non-recurring payments received during the FAFSA tax year that will not be repeated
- Loss of benefits, such as unemployment, disability, social security, veterans, child support, or alimony
Examples of Special Circumstances NOT Considered
- Increase of standard living expenses
- Purchasing material items such as a car, home appliances, vacations, second homes, etc.
- Reduction of assets. Changes in assets will be reflected in the following year's FAFSA.
- Credit issues, line of credit changes, previous student loan debt, etc.
- Medical bills paid by health insurance or that will be reimbursed by health care coverage.
- Siblings or parents who are also attending college. Siblings are already taken into account in the FAFSA. Students cannot list their parents in the number in college.
The Special Circumstance Appeal form is available by request only. If you feel you have a special circumstance, contact the Office of Financial Aid for further guidance. The deadline to submit a complete request for Special Circumstance consideration is March 1 of the applicable aid year.
For important information about student loans, visit Loan. Additional information regarding repayment plans, sample loan repayment schedules and other helpful information is available at http://studentaid.ed.gov/repay-loans. You can view your federal student loan and grant history online by logging into StudentAid.gov with your FSA ID. StudentAid.gov displays information from the National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS), a database containing information about federal student aid received by students and parents.
iGrad is a financial literacy tool that is free for students, faculty, and staff. It has up-to-date scholarship resources, financial education courses, job searches, and an active community of members and users. Students: Access iGrad
Financial Aid- Disbursements
How you'll get your aid depends on the type of aid you accept. Grants(FAFSA, TASFA, TEOG, TPEG) and Student Loans NTCC will first apply your grant or loan money toward your tuition, fees, and (if you live on campus) room and board. Any money left over is paid to you directly for other education expenses. If you get your loan money, but then you realize that you don't need the money; after all, you may cancel all or part of your loan within 120 days of receiving it, and no interest or fees will be charged. Financial aid awards are given on a rolling basis. Disbursements are made 6 to 8 weeks after the first day of class has started.
View your Student Account Balance for tuition & fee charges and Pell award. To view your FAFSA award or pending documents, visit: Financial Aid in your myEagle portal. FATV: Receiving your FSFA Funds
OneLogin Setup- Instructional video for setting up OneLogin can be found HERE.
Use this if you are setting up your OneLogin for the First-time.
- OneLogin direct access here: https://ntcc.onelogin.com/
- Enter NTCC full email address EX: Jdoe789@ntcc.edu
- Enter Password (portal & all NTCC Service password)
- Prompt 2-Factor Authentication required click Begin Setup
- Then download the OneLogin Protect app
- Once the app is downloaded select Activate
- Using the One Login Protect app click the + to add the first account & scan the QR code
- Once you scan, Accept the System Use Notification
OneLogin Reset- Instructional video can be found HERE.
Use this if you have a new device or have deleted the OneLogin app. Remember, only one device can be used per student. Do not use a parent's phone number.
1. Access One Login Reset here: https://reset.ntcc.edu/
2. Enter NTCC full email address and password
3. Enter the code that was emailed to your account and click Verify
4. Then click the link to register a new device.
5. Enter Email & Password to start 2-Factor Authentication, click Begin Setup
6. On your phone download OneLogin Protect app
7. Select Activate or + to add the first account & scan the QR code
8. Click Accept the System Use Notification
OneLogin Password Reset-
Use if you forgot your password or need to update your password.
1. Access One Login here: https://ntcc.onelogin.com/
2. Enter your email & Click Forgot Password
3. Re-enter your Email to Reset Your Password
4. Select either OneLogin Protect or Email
5. On the app, click Accept and Enter your New Password
6. On email, copy-paste the code and Enter your New Password
7. Retype your email and click Continue to complete the process
Need help? If you need further assistance, please email email@example.com USING YOUR NTCC EMAIL ACCOUNT by accessing https://outlook.office365.com/ or call 903-434-8279. Please note that all non-NTCC email is blocked from sending to the help desk. Include your phone number for immediate assistance.
· You will be required to use the OneLogin app (2-factor authentication) each time you sign in from a different device or once every 90 days. Click "Remember Me" if you are using your device after you first sign in to OneLogin.
· DO NOT DELETE THE APP FROM YOUR PHONE.
· Do not use your parent's phone number, and you will need access to the app to access your NTCC portal.
· Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you need assistance or do not own a smartphone.
· DUAL CREDIT STUDENTS WILL LOG IN USING THEIR NTCC EMAIL ADDRESS AND PASSWORD ONLY! (OneLogin Does Not Apply)
IT Checklist-Once you have registered for classes, you can Install Steps 4-5 on the IT Checklist.
Step 4-Install Office 365 - All NTCC students get FREE access to the full Microsoft Office suite for up to 5 devices.
1. First navigate to office.com and sign in with your student email (First initial, Last Name, Last 3 of social, @ntcc.edu)
2. Setup two-factor authentication by entering your cell phone number and following the prompts.
3. Then click Install Office > Office 365 Apps > Then follow prompts
Step 5- Preparing your computer for Blackboard
Visit the link for Blackboard installation preparation, turn off pop-up blockers, unblock content blocked by a browser, Respondus Lockdown browser, proctored exams, and update NTCC Student Information and Third-Party Support.
Microsoft Teams is a great communication tool at Northeast. Go to the app store of your mobile device and install Microsoft Teams. [Click Here Install] Your instructor may use TEAMS for your course. You may also message faculty, staff, and other enrolled Northeast students using the application.
Northeast offers high-quality, affordable online courses accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC). Online courses are available throughout the Fall, Spring, Summer, and Intersession semesters and will transfer to most colleges and universities.
If you are not taking face-to-face classes and only want to take online courses, please go to our Steps to Apply for Online ONLY Students page. To the left, you will find resources that will help you understand what is involved in taking an online course and help you decide if online is a good fit for you. To see a listing of courses offered, click the Available Courses.
Blackboard- NTCC uses Blackboard Ultra to deliver its online courses. Visit the technical requirements for NTCC online courses. Your account may be accessed using OneLogin, myEagle
Portal, or directly at Blackboard. Use your NTCC Credentials to log in. You can find your classes by selecting Courses in the Navigation Menu to the left. Inside the course, your instructor will provide you with instructions on proceeding in the Syllabi. Please take some time to navigate the new environment and become familiar with the tools available. To set notification/reminders, select your name in Blackboard, then System Settings -> Global Notification Settings ->Email/Push notifications.
Blackboard Assist is your place for the best online and campus resources to help you succeed in school and life. You can find Assist as a new entry in your Ultra Navigation Bar to the left in your Blackboard Environment, just below Grades. As we are making these links just for you as a member of the NTCC Community, this will be a work in progress, so check back often and see what resources are featured and added during this creation process. Technical support is available through Blackboard 24/7 and our NTCC team by emailing email@example.com. Email us for any suggestions on additional links.
Every course has a syllabus, which provides information about assignments, exam dates, lab times, grading scales/policies, attendance policy, and term paper requirements. Dates and material covered might change, but the syllabus provides a good road map for your course's requirements and grading. You can contact your professor or speak with them after class if you didn't receive one or can't find it on the web links below. Syllabi and CV Listings Click HERE.
The myEagle portal is a comprehensive web portal connecting students, applicants, faculty, and staff to their web-based services at Northeast. With just one login to myEagle portal at https://myeagle.ntcc.edu/ICS you can access your academic, student college records, and financial aid records.
If you are trying to upload a paper, make sure you are not supposed to submit the assignment via TURNITIN, this would be stated in your Blackboard Course. Turnitin is a web-based writing assessment toolkit which allows instructors and student through markup tools, rubrics, proofing tools and originality reports to detect plagiarism. Turnitin also provides peer review options.
For Blackboard submissions click here for an instructional video on how to upload Blackboard assignments. Format requests: PDFs tend to work best. If you are having issues, try using a different web browser like google chrome or Firefox. If you are still unsure, you may email your instructor.
Northeast is dedicated to providing quality group tutoring for various courses. Tutorials are scheduled outside of class time and are led by trained instructor-recommended student tutors. All tutorials and workshops are free to Northeast Texas students. For additional questions, contact Student Success at 903-434-8123. Access our On-Campus Tutoring Schedule.
Northeast wants to give you the resources you need to succeed. We understand that not all students can attend on-campus tutoring during business hours. We offer online tutoring here.
• Most Tutor.com services are available 24/7 to assist you with questions you may have. Certain subjects are offered during specific hours due to tutor availability.
• Our partnership with Tutor.com is designed to give you topic preparation in available subjects to extend your class materials and teaching.
• All students are eligible for up to 10 hours of online tutoring services per semester for available courses. Your time is only counted when you are in a live session or when a tutor is reviewing your paper.
• For additional questions regarding Tutor.com, contact our Transfer Support Team at 903-434-8311.
Quizlet offers free, simple learning tools that let you study any course. Access free flashcards, games, and practice study questions for many subjects.
Inclusive Eagle App/Student Organizations
Learn about student organizations, multicultural affairs, and clubs in our Student Activities office located in the Student Union Building. Join us by downloading our InclusiveEagle application. The InclusiveEagle app makes it easy for NTCC students to get rewards for engaging with campus events, students, and resources. For information on organizations on campus or how to start a club, visit Student Life.
Phi Theta Kappa- PTK
Admissions to Phi Theta Kappa is by invitation only once you have completed 12 credit hours and achieved a cumulative GPA of 3.5. Learn more about our program and requirements at Phi Theta Kappa.
As an honors student at NTCC you will be part of a small, close-knit community of driven individuals. Our program focuses heavily on research. Students have numerous opportunities to present their projects at the regional and national levels. Students also receive personal advising and one-on-one coaching from honors professors with doctorates. We offer very competitive scholarship packages and additional benefits.
The student handbook will serve as a guide to help you navigate the policies and regulations at NTCC. It provides you with procedures for various processes and highlights resources that will be beneficial to you during your time at NTCC.
Our mission is to help alleviate basic need insecurities within the college community by providing students with essential need resources through access to education, healthy food, advocacy, and empowerment.
• Food PantryEatBetter4Less Wellness Group
• Hygiene Closet
• Cook Nook
At Northeast Texas Community College, we understand that students often need support beyond the classroom. "Eagle Assist" is the place to start when looking for that type of assistance. Our support system is here to help you succeed in your academic and personal growth.
We are ready to help! Take advantage of our services provided.
• Classroom Accommodations
• Mental Health Counseling
• NTCC Care Center
• Financial Literacy
• Other Resources
Special Populations provides resources and support for students with disabilities on campus. Resources can include accommodations in the classroom, assistance with housing issues related to accessibility, and removing barriers that exist on campus.
New and current students can request accommodations using the Online Accommodations Request form. For information on facilities and services for disabled students, contact Advisor to Special Populations Administration/Student Services Building Tel: 903-434-8264 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit Special Populations.
The Student Services staff serves as your One-Stop-Shop to coordinate all your academic activities, progress, and needs. The office is staffed by a full-time employee trained as a VA School Certifying Official and will help you connect with any services required on campus. Enrollment is certified to the appropriate agency upon request of the student. Any student enrolled at NTCC eligible for VA Educational Benefits/State of Texas military benefits should notify us when they wish to be certified using the Enrollment Certification form or Continued Enrollment form for Texas Exemptions already in place.
Contact Veteran's Affairs to determine eligibility and request your benefits at email@example.com
or firstname.lastname@example.org. Click Here for our NTCC Veterans page or Here for the Student Handbook to view Veteran's Benefits, Policy and Procedures.
To search our job openings at Northeast, Click Here.
Work-study programs employ students on-campus to help pay their tuition and living expenses. If you are interested in a work-study position, stop by the Student Services Center to inquire. As always, you can reach us by phone (903-434-8132) or email (email@example.com).
iGrad is a financial literacy tool that is free for students, faculty, and staff. It has up-to-date scholarship resources, financial education courses, job searches, and an active community of members and users.
Employer: Access iGrad (Employers can use iGrad to post positions.)
Students: Access iGrad
Whatley Center for Performing Arts
The Whatley Center for the Performing Arts has offered world-class entertainment right here in East Texas since 1992. From amazing student-produced shows by Theatre Northeast to top musical talent, the Whatley Center offers something for everyone. Search upcoming events, purchase tickets or provide support by accessing WhatleyCenter.
Jo's Coffee Shop
Jo's Coffee Shop, conveniently located in the Caddo Café of the Learning Commons, will be open Monday – Thursday 7:30 am – 12:30 pm. Hours of operation may vary by semester. Contact 903-434-8135 for confirmation. Please stop by and grab a delicious cup of coffee!
Sticky Study Areas
Work individually or in a collaborative group in your "sticky study" areas in the Humanities and Math/Science buildings.
On-campus gyms are located at Student Housing East. Students can use the facility 6:30 a.m. – 11:00 p.m. Monday – Thursdays, 6:30 a.m. – noon on Fridays using their Student ID card.
Dorm residents and faculty/staff can use the facility 24/7 and on weekends. Family, faculty, or staff members can access the FIT with a small yearly fee. For more information, contact Dr. Tom Seabourne at firstname.lastname@example.org or 903-434-8170.
Food Service is available in the Student Union Building daily between 7:30 am and 6:30 pm. There are three full hot meals served Monday through Friday. Monday-Thursday: Breakfast is from 7:30-9:00 a.m.; continental breakfast is from 9:00-9:30 a.m.; lunch is from 11:00 a.m. -1:30 p.m.; dinner is from 5:00 - 6:30 p.m. On Friday, breakfast is from 7:30-9:00 a.m.; continental breakfast is from 9:00-9:30 a.m.; lunch is from 11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.; dinner is from 5:00-6:00 p.m. On Saturday and Sunday, there are two full hot meals served. Brunch is from 11:30 –12:30 pm, and dinner is from 5:00-6:00. Retail hours (snack bar) are from Monday to Thursday 7:30-1:30 and Friday from 7:30-1:00. Vending machines (soft drinks, candy, pastries, juice, etc.) are also available in the Student Union Building. Catering is also available upon request. Visit our Meal Plan FAQ.
The following Housing forms are located in your myEagle portal. Access the forms here for additional housing support contact email@example.com.
View your residence information
Housing Application Payment
Room Request Cancellation Form
Move Out Notification
Housing Resident Assistant Application
Student Housing Maintenance Request
Students can update their contact information in their myEagle portal.
Keeping your phone number updated is crucial as this is the phone number used for all IRIS Emergency Alerts and departmental text messages. The IRIS alerts convey urgent information, including safety drills, campus closures, weather notifications, or potentially hazardous situations. Departments like our IT department will return calls on tickets submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org if an emergency response is needed. Other departments such as Financial Aid or your Success Coach will text you throughout the semester to convey essential deadlines, scholarship opportunities and help you with any barriers that may come your way.
Select the links to update:
Phone Number Confirmation
Request for Change in Personal Information (Name, address, personal information)
The library Charlie and Helen Hampton Library is located at Learning Commons - Main Campus. Hours of operation: Mon - Tues: 8:00 a.m. to 7:30 p.m./Wed -Thurs: 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m./Fri: 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. You can find books, academic journals, and other scholarly publications at the library. For online resources to access academic journals and publications, click here. Contact the library at 903-434-8151 or email email@example.com for additional questions.
Computer labs are available to students throughout the campus. The labs are open during normal business hours. Locations: Learning Commons, Industrial Annex, Business Technology, Math/Science and coming soon our Study Rooms located in Humanities and the Math/Science building.
Search electronic journals, magazines, newspapers, eBooks, and more by using the Database Subject drop down box. Tutorials for Databases
Access to Library databases is available to all currently enrolled NTCC students, as well as faculty and staff. If you are off campus, please use your myEagle portal credentials to login. If you need assistance, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 903-434-8151.
The links provided on this webpage are guides to making informed decisions as a Northeast Texas Community College student. A broad range of topics offer essential understanding and tools to encourage a successful academic experience. For a great deal of additional knowledge please visit the Student Consumer Information, the NTCC Catalog, Student Handbook, or NTCC’s webpage www.ntcc.edu. Establishing relationships with people on the NTCC campus including your Academic Advisor, Success Coach, Transfer Coach, Faculty Advisor, instructors, staff, fellow students, and many others will enhance your first year experience.
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1 Lista de verificación de IT (Información de tecnología)Configure su OneLogin Protect, acceda a su correo electrónico de estudiante e instale Microsoft Teams antes de registrarse. Las instrucciones paso a paso se encuentran en nuestra lista de Verificacion de IT. Para obtener ayuda con el uso de su correo electrónico de NTCC, comuníquese con email@example.com. (Tenga en cuenta que OneLogin debe configurarse utilizando el número de teléfono Del estudiante, no los padres. No elimine la aplicación una vez instalada, ya que deberá usarla durante toda su carrera educativa en Northeast.
Recibió un correo electrónico con su nombre de usuario myEagle que sirve como inicio de sesión para su cuenta del portal myEagle a través de https://myeagle.ntcc.edu/ Después de configurar su cuenta OneLogin, haga un seguimiento de su progreso de admision hacia la inscripción, verifique los elementos de la carpeta que faltan y la clasificación de residencia.
2 Informacion sobre Assistance Financiera y BecasLa ayuda financiera incluye subvenciones (Como las subvenciones Pell), becas, préstamos, programas de trabajo y estudio y otros medios para ayudar a los estudiantes a pagar la universidad. El dinero puede provenir del gobierno, la escuela, la familia o una fundación privada. La cantidad y el tipo de ayuda que puede recibir un estudiante depende de la disponibilidad de fondos y de la necesidad financiera establecida del estudiante. Si aún no tienes tu FSA ID entra a StudentAid.gov y obtén/crea una. Los padres de estudiantes dependientes deben crear un FSA ID también.
Applicacion gratuita de ayuda federal para estudiantes (FAFSA): ciudadano o no ciudadano elegible Solicite FASFA
Solicitud de ayuda financiera estatal de Texas (TASFA): los no ciudadanos o residentes de Texas deben completar una TASFA (comuníquese con firstname.lastname@example.org para solicitar la solicitude TASFA)
Solicite becas de la comunidad / fundacion Del Northeast Texas Community College
- Determinación del estado de residente /declaracion jurada de residencia del estudiante no residente
Una vez que haya enviado su FAFSA, los documentos pendientes de ayuda financiera, los formularios adicionales solicitados y sus Premios se pueden encontrar en su portal myEagle en Financial Aid.
3 Exámenes de Nivel- TSI/TSIALa Iniciativa para Exito de Texas (TSI) requiere que demuestre que está listo para los cursos de nivel universitario proporcionando documentación de exención o cumpliendo con los estándares mínimos en las evaluaciones de matemáticas, lectura y escritura.
Para obtener más información sobre el registro de exámenes o las calificaciones de exención, haga clic en los enlaces a continuación. TSI | Programar examenes TSI virtuales o en el campus Enviar puntajes.
4 Orientación en línea / EagleGanzaTodos los nuevos estudiantes de primer año deben completar la Orientación en línea para aprender sobre los recursos estudiantiles, la academia y los estudios, la vida estudiantil, el pago de la universidad y los pasos hacia el éxito en el noreste de Texas. Acceda a su myEagle orientacion en linea.
Únase a nosotros en el hermoso campus del noreste para un día emocionante lleno de actividades que lo ayudarán a prepararse para su próxima experiencia universitaria. Puede esperar entablar relaciones con otros estudiantes de primer año, conocer a los estudiantes que regresan y ser presentado al personal docente y administrativo de Northeast. ¡Registro en linea!
5 Meningitis bacterianaLa ley de Texas requiere que los estudiantes que asisten a colegios y universidades se vacunen contra la meningitis bacteriana si son menores de 22 años. El sitio web del Departamento de Servicios de Salud del Estado de Texas explica la ley y describe los requisitos mínimos de vacunación para inscribirse en la universidad.
6 Transcripciones finalesEnvíenos su expediente académico final o GED, así como cualquier documentación AP, universitaria o de doble crédito (si no es del noreste), después de graduarse.
Todas las transcripciones de la escuela secundaria deben incluir lo siguiente: fecha de graduación / finalización, la firma de un funcionario escolar y el sello de la escuela. Las transcripciones deben enviarse a Northeast mediante uno de los siguientes métodos para que se consideren válidas y oficiales:
· Enviado por correo a la Oficina de Admisiones directamente desde la institución de envío, sobre original sellado, o · Enviado por correo a la Oficina de Admisiones del estudiante en el original, sobre sellado de la escuela secundaria, o · Entregado personalmente a la Oficina de Admisiones en el original, sobre sellado de la escuela secundaria ubicada en el Student Services Center; o · Enviado electrónicamente a la Oficina de Admisiones directamente desde la preparatoria- email@example.com, o · A través de un formato de intercambio de registros electrónicos aprobado (es decir, TREx, SPEEDE, Parchment, Credential Solutions y National Student Clearinghouse).
Para las escuelas secundarias no tradicionales, en línea o privadas con acreditación en la lista, Northeast hará una referencia cruzada de la agencia de acreditación con la lista de agencias aprobadas que se encuentra en los sitios web del Departamento de Educacion (DOE) o de la Agencia de Educacion de Texas (TEA). Si se determina que una escuela secundaria no está acreditada o figura en una lista oficial de "fábricas de diplomas" conocidas, se considerará al estudiante para la opción de "aprobación individual", incluidas todas las restricciones y requisitos.
Las transcripciones se pueden enviar por correo a PO Box 1307 Mt. Pleasant, TX 75454 Si tiene preguntas adicionales, comuníquese con firstname.lastname@example.org o al 903-434-8122
7 Tour por el CampusLos futuros estudiantes y miembros de la comunidad pueden experimentar una mirada de 360 grados al campus sin salir de casa. Haga clic aqui para ver todos los recorridos virtuales.
¡Lo invitamos a usted y a su familia a visitar nuestro hermoso campus de 375 acres en cualquier momento! Northeast Texas Community College ofrece todo lo que necesita para una experiencia universitaria completa, desde nuestros edificios académicos recientemente renovados hasta viviendas para estudiantes e instalaciones deportivas. Si bien nos encantaría verte en persona, haz clic aqui para programar un recorrido por el campus.
Puede ponerse en contacto con un asesor para obtener más información en email@example.com. El recorrido suele tardar aproximadamente una hora en completarse.
8 Vivienda en el campus ¿Quiere vivir lejos de casa pero no demasiado lejos?Northeast Texas Community College mantiene instalaciones de alojamiento para estudiantes para hasta 214 ocupantes. El alojamiento para estudiantes brinda a los estudiantes la oportunidad de promover el desarrollo educativo individual a través de la interacción social con otros estudiantes. ¡Acceda a viviendas en el campus para opciones de planes de vivienda, precios, solicitudes, requisitos y más!
¡Aprenda más sobre nuestro Programa de Éxito de Verano!
9 MyEagle Passport (identificación de estudiante)Se requiere que todos los estudiantes del Northeast Texas Community College Campus obtengan y porten una tarjeta myEagle Passport.
Utilizará su tarjeta myEagle Passport Card con frecuencia, así que asegúrese de llevarla siempre consigo. Podrás usarlo para:
Compre alimentos a través de su plan de comidas
Saquar libros de la biblioteca
Asiste a eventos deportivos
Reciba descuentos para estudiantes de los comerciantes participantes
Acceso al dormitorio y al edificio
Servicios de copia / impresión
Para obtener su tarjeta myEagle Passport, visite Servicios para estudiantes (de lunes a jueves, de 8 a. M. A 6 p. M.; Viernes, de 8 a. M. Al mediodía)
10 Permiso de estacionamientoLos estudiantes pueden completar un Formulario registro de estacionamiento en línea y recoger la calcomanía o hacer cualquier actualización con Servicios para estudiantes o enviar un correo electrónico a firstname.lastname@example.org. Los permisos deben ubicarse en la ventana trasera exterior en el lado izquierdo del vehículo. El permiso debe ser fácilmente visible.
Se requieren permisos de estacionamiento para todos los estudiantes del Northeast Texas Community College. Hay dos (2) áreas de estacionamiento reservadas en el campus. El recorrido circular por el edificio de administración es solo para visitantes con un límite de 30 minutos. El estacionamiento junto al Edificio Industrial Anexo está reservado para el personal y la facultad. Estos estacionamientos están señalizados con carteles. El estacionamiento solo está permitido en los estacionamientos designados y marcados.
11 Explore MajorsNortheast Texas Community College ofrece cuatro tipos de títulos asociados: Asociados en Ciencias, Asociados en Artes, Asociados en Artes en Enseñanza, Asociados en Ciencias Aplicadas y varios certificados. ¡Explore las especialidades por áreas de su interés y compromiso de tiempo para encontrar la que se ajuste a sus necesidades! Nuestro mapa de caminos puede guiarlo en la selección de cursos semestre a semestre.
12 ¡Pregúntele a nuestro Chatbot!El Chatbot con inteligencia artificial ayuda a los estudiantes a responder virtualmente preguntas sobre Admisiones, Ayuda Financiera, Asesoramiento y otros departamentos. El Chatbot nos permite brindar un servicio las 24 horas del día, los 7 días de la semana a los estudiantes y brindarles la capacidad de autoservicio las 24 horas del día.
¿Cómo funciona? Cada departamento ha identificado preguntas frecuentes. Estas preguntas se almacenan en el Chatbot con la respuesta del departamento. Una vez que un estudiante escribe una consulta en el Chatbot, el Chatbot de inteligencia artificial (IA) identifica el problema del estudiante con las preguntas y respuestas más similares creadas dentro de su base de datos. Si la pregunta no tiene respuesta, el estudiante puede solicitar "Pregúntele a un humano", en el cual el Chatbot enviará un correo electrónico a Servicios al Estudiante para que el primer miembro del personal disponible lo ayude con la pregunta. Darle una oportunidad. ¡Chatea ahora!
13 Reúnase con su coach de primer año- Success CoachNo se necesitan citas, pero se recomiendan para reducir los tiempos de espera. Contáctenos para programar una sesión presencial o virtual para registrarse o responder cualquier pregunta que pueda tener. Los padres son bienvenidos a unirse a las sesiones, pero no es obligatorio. ¡Se habla español!
Horario de Éxito Estudiantil: Lunes a jueves de 8:00 am a 6:00 pm, viernes de 8:00 am a 12:00 pm Teléfono: 903-434-8123 Correo electrónico: email@example.com Ubicación: Edificio de Humanidades Vista de la sala 103 mapa del colegio
14 Como pagar por ClasesEs su responsabilidad pagar por sus clases por completo o establecer un plan de pagos. IMPORTANTE: Si no sometes el pago para la fecha indicada, corres el riesgo de perder las clases para las que te inscribiste.
Para pagar en person se necesita ir a la NTCC Business Office. Ahi se podra hacer pagas para las clasese, vivienda y planes de comida.
Los estudiantes también pueden establecer un plan de pago en línea accediendo a su cuenta dentro del portal myEagle. Northeast Texas Community College ofrece planes de pago a través de Herring Bank como una opción conveniente de pago en línea para aquellos que eligen distribuir sus pagos durante varios meses, según la duración del semestre y el tiempo en el que se establece el plan de pago. El costo para iniciar su plan de pago mensual sin intereses es una tarifa de inscripción no reembolsable de $ 35. Los estudiantes deben establecer un plan de pago a través del portal myEagle.
Se requiere que NTCC cobre una opción de cuenta de reembolso de estudiante de todos los estudiantes. Los reembolsos de estudiantes pueden resultar de ayuda financiera que exceda los gastos, abandono / retiro de clases y / o pagos en exceso. Su designación debe completarse electrónicamente.
15 FERPA (Acta de Derechos Educacionales y Privacidad de la Familia)Estudiantes tienen unos derechos con respecto a sus registros educativos. Estos derechos están protegidos por el Acta de 1974 de Derechos Educacionales y Privacidad de la Familia (FERPA por sus siglas en inglés) o Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA).
FERPA le da ciertos derechos a los padres sobre los registors educativos de el estudiantes.
¿Cómo puede un estudiante solicitar que se retenga su información?
El estudiante tendra que solicitar que la información se retenga en o antes de la fecha del censo de cada sesión o semestre completando un formulario de Solicitud para evitar la divulgación de información del directorio.
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