To celebrate national ag day – come out to NTCC Farm Open House – Fri, Mar 29th11 am to 5:30 pm and Sat, Mar 30th 9 am to 2 pm. Stop by and shop with our great booth spots, purchase plants, or just come and spend the day with us and check out the Sustainable Demonstration Farm, Purchase Transplants from our Greenhouse, set up a booth and sell your farm or yard sale items, $5 chicken spaghetti meal and/or learn about the exciting world of agriculture NTCC style! For more info: contact Rene’ McCracken at email@example.com 903-434-8267.
Texas A&M University-Texarkana at NTCC and Communities In Schools are conducting a drive to collect donations of personal hygiene items and children's unisex athletic pants (youth sizes 6-8-10-12). Donations will benefit local families. Donations are being accepted through May 1 at the A&M-Texarkana at NTCC office in UHS.
Lilly Haack, a sophomore at Northeast Texas Community College, was recently named a 2019 Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Hites Scholar. This is PTK’s most prestigious and largest scholarship, which provides $7,500 for Haack to continue her studies at a university.
The Northeast Texas Community College Psi Beta chapter will host a 5K Color Walk, Run or Crawl to Fight Suicide event on Saturday, April 13. The day will begin with a presentation from Allison Agan from Northeast Texas Child Advocacy Center at 5:30 p.m. The event is part of a larger Stomp Out Suicide campus and community campaign aimed at bringing awareness to suicide prevention.
The Northeast Texas Community College Eagle staff recently attended the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association convention in Corpus Christi and brought home 25 awards including Overall Excellence in Division 5 and third place in Best of Show in Division 3.
The Northeast Texas Community College Adult Education Department recently learned that ESL (English as a Second Language) student Alma Marquez received the Texas Association for Literacy and Adult Education (TALAE) ESL Persistence Adult Learner of the Year Award.
Northeast Texas Community College recently learned that Chesney Davis is one of only 15 students nationwide to be named a 2019 Guistwhite Scholar. The honor comes with a $5,000 scholarship for baccalaureate studies and a commemorative medallion.
In a remarkable show of academic achievement, Honors Northeast scholars won all four 2019 Caldwell Awards for the freshman-sophomore-division essays of the Walter Webb Society, meeting last weekend in Corpus Christi. They also won the group Caldwell Award for $600 for their film project on Barbara Conrad, produced by Miguel Paco, beating university, and college entries.
The Northeast Texas Community College Art Department will host the Mount Pleasant Art Society Annual Membership Show March 25 through April 5 in the foyer of the Whatley Center for the Performing Arts.