Two students from Northeast Texas Community College recently received the Walter B Cooper Scholarship at the Phi Theta Kappa Texas Leadership Conference held virtually on October 15-17th. The Walter B Cooper Scholarship recognizes outstanding students in the state of Texas who are “well-rounded” in the four Hallmarks of Phi Theta Kappa: Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Fellowship.
Northeast Texas Community College Athletics is pleased to partner with East Texas Broadcasting and Star 96.9 to bring you the weekly radio show with Eagle Coaches and Athletes. Tune in on Friday mornings at 8:30am on Star 96.9 FM to hear about the Eagle Sports teams from the coaches, athletes and administrators. The radio show will be starting on Friday, February 4th and run through the end of the semester.
The Northeast Texas Community College Art Department is pleased to announce that one of its graduates, Diedra Long Camp, will present the February art exhibit in the Whatley Center for the Performing Arts.
The Northeast Texas Community College Board of Trustees met for its regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 25. In addition to action items, Dr. Ron Clinton, President, gave a report on the Community College Finance Commission.
Northeast Texas Community College Softball will kickoff the home games for the Spring 2022 season on Wednesday, February 2 against Cisco Junior College at 12:00pm in a double header. Head Coach Joshua Freeman returns for his sophomore season as Head Coach of the Eagle Softball program and will look to make waves in Conference play to earn a spot in the post season.
Here are the home dates for the month of February for NTCC Baseball and Softball. Reminder that all Faculty/Staff/Students get in free with your NTCC ID. Game times and dates are subject to change due to weather. Visit our website at www.ntcceagles.com for up to date schedules.
The Whatley Center for the Performing Arts at Northeast Texas Community College is pleased to announce that it will kick off its 2022 events calendar on Sunday, February 13 at 2:30 p.m. with a piano concert by NTCC President Dr. Ron Clinton. Tickets are $15 for adults and $5 for ages 17-and-under. Virtual live-streaming tickets are also available for $10. All proceeds from the concert will directly benefit the NTCC Eagle Food Pantry, which provides much-needed food and other services to NTCC students.
The NTCC Foundation has more than 300 scholarships available for the 2022-2023 academic year. The scholarships are not directly tied to FAFSA eligibility, so you may receive a scholarship even if you don’t qualify for PELL grants. What’s the catch? You have to apply!
Kenny Goodson of Hughes Springs is a master of today’s intersection between original musical composition, and high-tech software which helps to facilitate the conversion of musical ideas to published scores. In 1995, Goodson initiated MADD Creations which provides original and adapted scores for marching bands throughout the state. In addition to being a former band director at Mount Pleasant, and other high schools, Goodson is the former Director of Computer Services at Northeast Texas Community College. With this wealth of experience, Goodson is also scoring a third, feature-length NTCC Webb/honors film in as many years. This year’s topic is Carroll Shelby, the emissary of the Muscle Car, and the philanthropist who has given a special edge to NTCC’s automotive program since 2007.