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 will be closed on Monday, Jan. 18 in observance of the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday. The spring semester begins and offices will reopen on Tuesday, Jan. 19.
The Agriculture and Continuing Education department will host a series of Backyard Farm Life classes this spring. The courses are designed to be an introduction or refresher for those interested in backyard farming practices. Classes include:
NTCC’s Business department provides flexible learning opportunities through various delivery methods. Small face-to-face courses that observe all safety protocols provide enhanced learning environments with plenty of individual support from instructors.
The NTCC Agriculture and Continuing Education Departments are please to announce an upcoming Spring Break "Life on the Farm" Camp with Rene McCracken (NTCC Ag Director).
The Northeast Texas Community College Professional Driving Academy recently celebrated the graduation of six more students, making a combined total of 15 completers since the first class in September. Pictured (from left) is: Steven Lopez, Paul Hurndon, Kolin MCcuin, Michael Jones (Program Director), LaDavia Cornelius, William Birkham, and David Kennedy.
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, NTCC continues to offer an expanded variety of course formats. This gives students maximum flexibility and allows for proper social distancing and safety measures on campus. It is very important to check your schedule ahead of time so you will know when and how to attend class. The types of courses you may see on your schedule are as follows:
The Whatley Center at Northeast Texas Community college announced this week that it will postpone the spring 2021 reopening to march. Initial plans were to resume with limited-capacity events beginning in January. Due to the continued rise of COVID-19 cases in the area, the season has been tentatively pushed back until March.
Sophomore Honors Scholar, Gem Elmore, recently became the third NTCC student in history to give an invited address to the annual meeting of the Texas State Historical Association (TSHA). Professorial judges of the TSHA’s collegiate auxiliary, The Walter Webb Society, selected Elmore’s work to represent the best of essays in 2020 in the state among freshman and sophomore college/university students. Elmore’s essay is on the “Integration of Northeast Texas Churches.”