Texas A&M University-Texarkana is offering two special promotions for NTCC students who plan to transfer to their institution. Their Gold Ticket waives the application fee for those applying for Summer/Fall 2021 during the month of March. It's a great time to get your application in and save some money.
The Northeast Texas Community College Eagles Softball team will host a free softball camp on April 3. The event, which is open to kids of all ages, will be held at the NTCC softball field at 5:30 p.m. after their home game against Paris Junior College.
Hilda Rodriguez was recently named the winner of the 2021 Chitsey Award, granted each year to the student of Honors Northeast who after their first semester, most exceeded expectations. The award comes with a $200 check.
The National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) membership celebrate the Athletic Training profession each March to spread awareness of the important work Athletic Trainers (AT’s) do. This year’s slogan is “Essential to Health Care”. This past year showed this more and more as athletic trainers worked to develop COVID-19 protocols to help combat the Coronavirus Pandemic. Athletic Trainers not only assisted their teams, schools, and companies in developing and implementing risk mitigation protocols but safe return to work and play protocols.
During this time of global pandemic, nurses are at the forefront caring for patients. NTCC Nursing students have been able to help by participating in COVID-19 vaccine clinics.
Both LVN and RN students have participated both at Titus Regional Medical Center and Christus Good Shepherd Medical Center in Longview. On Feb 27, 28 students help deliver 3,500 vaccines given that day at GSMC Vaccine Clinic.
Northeast Texas Community College took on Tyler Junior College on Wednesday, and were unable to hold on for the win in the high scoring affair. TJC would come back from an early Eagles scoring barrage to win 16-11.
The Eagle student newspaper staff has been working hard this semester to bring news to the campus. They are not currently printing physical copies, but are still publishing online. Please check out their brand new edition:
There’s still time to enroll the kids in green-themed camps. Spring break camps everywhere are filling up fast, but slots remain open for camps where the fun and games revolve around food — growing it, that is.
Is learning a new language on your resolution list? Now is the time to check it off!
The NTCC Continuing Education Department will offer two Conversational Spanish classes this spring. Both will be taught by Iris Marino and cost $69 each. The Introduction to Conversational Spanish class will be on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6-7 p.m. March 23-April 8. It will be followed by Intermediate Conversational Spanish, also on Tuesday and Thursday evenings, April 13-21. Sign up for one or both!