Northeast Texas Community College Baseball returned to the diamond after a lengthy time off from the snow storms that affected most of Texas last week. NTCC hit the road to make up the weekend series that was lost with the Tyler Junior College Apaches. TJC would hold off and Eagle comeback attempt and win the first game of the series 7-6.
Northeast Texas Community College Softball returned to the field on Tuesday to face Hill College after a two-week layoff due to the winter storm that hit Texas. NTCC and Hill would each win a game to split the two-game series. Hill won game one 16-13 and the Eagles would take game two 5-1.
The first week of classes can be a stressful time in the life of a college student. To help alleviate this stress, and to encourage students to meet new people, we have planned activities during Welcome Back Week. If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Student Activities at 903-434-8265.
Northeast Texas Community College Baseball kicked off the season with a road series at Arkansas Rich Mountain on Thursday, winning game one of the series 9-6 before dropping game to Rich Mountain.
Northeast Texas Community College softball returned home to NTCC to take on Cisco College after starting the season on the road. NTCC would down Cisco 14-5 in game one action before falling 10-1 in game two of the series.
There is a good chance that our area will see some severe winter weather in the coming days and we want to make sure the campus community is aware of our inclement weather procedure.
Ultimately, NTCC urges both students and employees to put their own safety first when it comes to dangerous weather. Since many people commute to campus from some distance, weather conditions may vary. If the campus remains open and you do not feel safe driving, please contact your instructor or supervisor to make individual arrangements.
Northeast Texas Community College Athletic Training is pleased to announce that Student Athletic Trainer Erica Austin will be joining the Texas A&M University—Commerce Athletic Training program in the Fall of 2021.
The NTCC Career and Transfer Center is pleased to offer the following events in February:
As we adjust to the pandemic becoming part of our daily lives, it is very important that everyone on campus continues reporting direct COVID-19 exposure and/or positive test results. Letting us know if you are sick or have been exposed is the fastest and most effective way to alert our administrators and faculty of your situation. They can then provide you with guidance on how to proceed and take measures to keep everyone on campus safe.