Christian music superstar Steven Curtis Chapman will perform at the Whatley Center for the Performing Arts on the Northeast Texas Community College Campus on Monday, Feb. 24 at 7:30 p.m. In a career that has spanned over 30 years, Chapman is the most awarded artist in Christian music history with 58 Gospel Music Association Dove Awards, five GRAMMYs®, an American Music Award, 48 No. 1 singles, selling more than eleven million albums and with ten RIAA-certified gold or platinum albums to his credit.
The NTCC Art Club would like to invite students who have an interest in art or art history to consider joining. Club meetings are held on Tuesdays from 12:30-1:20 p.m. in the art lab in Humanities. Students from all majors are welcome to attend!
The Northeast Texas Community College Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) Program recently learned that all 12 of its December 2019 graduating class passed their professional licensure exam on the first try. Upon graduating with their Associate of Applied Science degree in PTA, graduates are required to sit for the NPTE Board Exam before starting their professional careers.
This Saturday, 25 January, English will make what will probably be the first of several shorter presentations of the film story, showing only certain segments. He will speak after a dinner at the Alamo Mission Museum to the friends of this Franklin County institution.
Mercedes Collins, NTCC’s 2019-20 Texas Heritage Bank Scholar, had the highest combined grade in the Fall of 2019 Humusic Seminar, a learning community that combines modern world history, and music appreciation. Katelyn Cox came ahead of her peers in the Biotex Seminar, that combines general biology with Texas history.
Carter BloodCare will be on campus Tuesday, January 28, 2020 conducting a blood drive. Please help save a life by donating blood! The blood drive bus will be in the parking lot over by the Student Union Building from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Are you interested in 3D printing? Come to this workshop to learn about the printer available in the library. Those who attend will be eligible to use the 3D printer after participating in the informative session.
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 a Welcome Back Social for students, faculty and staff.
The Northeast Texas Community Foundation recently received $1,000 from the Connects Committee at UT Health in Pittsburg. Given in memory of Judy Ledbetter, the funds will provide two nursing scholarships to NTCC students.
Gib Wilson, owner of Wilson Farms, recently gave $600 to the Northeast Texas Community College Foundation. Dr. Jonathan McCullough (left), NTCC Executive Vice President for Advancement, is pictured receiving the donation from Wilson (right). The gift will contribute to scholarships for students from Camp County.