Fine Arts Club

The Fine Arts Club of Mount Pleasant recently presented the Northeast Texas Community College Foundation with two donation checks.


We are excited to celebrate our Spring 2019 commencement ceremonies this Saturday morning, May 18. This will be one of our biggest celebrations ever and we want to make sure the day is comfortable and memorable for our graduates and their guests. Below is some important information about graduation day:

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The Division of Social Sciences is pleased to announce the following 2018-2019 Outstanding Students:

Advisory Committee Meeting

The Northeast Texas Community College Nursing program has had a busy and productive year. Below are a few highlights from the Spring 2019 semester:

MA graduates

The Northeast Texas Community College Medical Assistant program recently learned that all students in its May 2019 class passed their professional licensing exams to become Certified Medical Assistants.

Bonnie Spencer winners

Two Northeast Texas Community College sophomores were the recipients of this year’s Bonnie Spencer awards.  Jordan Whelchel, a Presidential Scholar writing in the required non-honors class, won $100 and first place for his original work on “Capitalist Chemistry.”  Laura Ross’s second-place essay, winning $50, concerned the persecution of Russian immigrants during the era of World War I.

Dual credit students with planter

NTCC's Chapel Hill High School Dual credit cosmetology students cleaned out and replanted new plants in the planters in front of the BT building/Whatley today in preparation for spring graduation.


The Adult Education Department at Northeast Texas Community College is accepting new students for its Fast Track GED (General Educational Development) and Citizenship classes beginning June 4 through June 27.

ETM program

At Northeast Texas Community College, we like to say you can start here and go anywhere - because it's true! Whether you are looking to train for a one-semester certificate to help you get a better job or you have plans to transfer to a university to seek a bachelor's degree (or beyond), NTCC is a great choice for taking the first step. 

Just like most of the conference series this spring, rain and wet fields forced the Northeast Texas Community College baseball team to travel to Corsicana to take on conference leading Navarro College on Sunday to play on the turf field at Corsicana High school. Navarro won game one of the series 9-2 and completed the sweep in game two winning 8-0.