Northeast Texas Community College Softball made the trip to Poteau, Oklahoma to take on Carl Albert State College in a non-conference matchup. Carl Albert would get the best of NTCC in an extra inning affair in game one by a score of 6-5. Game two was another thriller with NTCC winning 4-3 with a dramatic game ending play when Hanna Allen (Hudson HS) threw out a runner trying to tie the game on a Sacrifice fly to left field. Allen’s accurate throw to catcher Lauren Isbell (Burleson HS) would end the rally by Carl Albert for the Eagle win 4-3.
NTCC EatBetter4Less Ambassadors planted an apricot tree Thursday in front of the Instructional Annex (IA) building. The tree is in honor of Dr. Ron Clinton, NTCC President, in appreciation for the recent piano concert he performed to raise money for NTCC's Eagle Pantry.
Every semester full-time and associate faculty in NTCC’s Division of Humanities and Social Sciences can select an outstanding student, who is exceptional in some way. This past year Dr. Karyn Skaar made an unprecedented decision, choosing to nominate an entire class - PSYC 2319 Social Psychology, a sophomore level advanced psychology class.
Northeast Texas Community College Baseball and the Panola Ponies finally met up on Sunday for game one of the three game series after a few days of rainouts. NTCC took down the Ponies 15-7 in a run ruled shortened game.
PTK Catalyst, Phi Theta Kappa’s international convention, was open as a virtual streaming event this year on April 8-10, including six general sessions, educational forums, and virtual booth explorations for career and college transfers. Aside from amazing keynote speakers, such as those featured this year including, Platon, a world-recognized photographer, and Heather McGowan, Future of Work Strategist, chapters look forward to the Hallmark Awards, which recognize chapters, advisors, college leaders, and members throughout Phi Theta Kappa’s 1,285 chapters.
The Thirteenth Annual McGraw-Hill Poster Contest is set for Friday, May 7th at 9:30 a.m. in the foyer of the Whatley Center for the Performing Arts at Northeast Texas Community College. This contest recognizes and rewards creative student scholarship in Northeast Texas. Area high school seniors, college and university students are welcome to compete. Prizes range from $100 for fourth place to $400 for first place. The first place winner will also receive a $175 coupon for McGraw Hill products, courtesy of McGraw Hill. Community judges will determine a project’s contribution to scholarship, the persuasiveness of its author, and the quality of the overall presentation. The student posters must reflect original research performed in this past academic year of 2020-21.
The NTCC Agriculture and Continuing Education departments are pleased to offer a Summertime On The Farm camp for kids ages 8-14. Campers will be learning how to care for chickens, goats, pigs, ducks, and more. Gardening, planting, and caring for flower beds will also be covered. Join us this summer as we learn how to "do life" on a real working farm!
Carter BloodCare will be on campus Tuesday, April 20 conducting a blood drive. Please help save a life by donating blood!
This is NTCC’s 7th year to participate in East Texas Giving Day, a regional online giving/fundraising event. Our students and programs benefit greatly from donations made during this time because wonderful matching grant opportunities really stretch the power of every dollar given.