Christi Denney honors memory of sister, Nita DeWoody, with NTCC scholarship
dewoody scholarshipNothing prepared Christi Denney for the loss of her beloved sister, Nita DeWoody, in October 2016. However, In the midst of her grief, Denney became determined to do something good to carry on her sister’s memory. With that goal in mind, she organized a charity 5K race that was held in October 2017 in Pittsburg.


Mount Pleasant Fine Arts Club gives NTCC scholarship
fine arts club giftThe Mount Pleasant Fine Arts Club recently gave $500 to the Northeast Texas Community College Foundation. The funds will be used to provide a scholarship for a fine arts student at NTCC. The group has been contributing to scholarships for more than 25 years. Martha Parr (left), Vice President of the Fine Arts Club, is


Apply for an International Sulphur transfer scholarship
The NTCC Foundation is now accepting applications for International Sulphur Transfer Scholarships. There are five of these $1,000 scholarships available to students who meet the following criteria: Are you graduating from NTCC in spring (2018)? Are you a Camp, Morris, or Titus County resident? Do you have a minimum GPA of 3.0 Are you majoring


NTCC Foundation accepting scholarship applications
The Northeast Texas Community College Foundation is now accepting scholarship applications for the 2018-2019 academic year. Applications are available online at www.ntcc.edu/scholarships or can be picked up from Lori Hunter’s office in the Student Services Center (former Administration Building). The priority deadline for scholarships is March 19, 2018. NTCC scholarships are competitive and vary in


Whatley Employee Enhancement Fund winners announced
Twelve Northeast Texas Community College employees received a total of $15,473.86 in Whatley Employee Enhancement Grants for 2018. The Whatley Employee Enhancement Fund was established by James & Elizabeth Whatley specifically for NTCC employees to fund special projects and enhance educational opportunities that might fall outside the regular budget. Each November, NTCC employees submit grant


Joe and Sue Sandlin give $2,000 to NTCC Work Scholarship Program
sandlin giftJoe and Sue Sandlin recently gave $2,000 to sponsor a student in the Work Scholarship Program at Northeast Texas Community College. The gift will be matched by a grant program, doubling the amount to $4,000. The Sandlins are pictured presenting the check to Nita May (center), NTCC Director of Development. To learn more about how you


Jerald and Mary Lou Mowery give $2,000 for special NTCC projects
mowery giftJerald and Mary Lou Mowery recently gave $2,000 to support special projects at Northeast Texas Community College. The gift will help Honors Northeast sponsor the 2018 McGraw-Hill Poster Contest and it will also support next year’s Honors film project. All gifts to the NTCC Foundation are tax-deductible and directly help local students. Give online today


Richard and Margaret Perryman give $2,750 to NTCC Work Scholarship Program
perryman giftRichard and Margaret Perryman recently gave $2,750 to support the Northeast Texas Community College Work Scholarship Program. Specifically, they sponsored a luncheon that is held at the end of each summer to recognize work scholarship students, supervisors and donors. Richard Perryman (left) is pictured presenting the check to Nita May, NTCC Director of Development. The


Al and Sue Havenstrite give $5,000 for scholarships
havenstrite giftAl and Sue Havenstrite recently gave $5,000 to support scholarships at Northeast Texas Community College. All funds given to scholarship endowments will be matched dollar-for-dollar through the Title V grant program, doubling the contribution. Al (right) and Sue are pictured presenting their gift to Dr. Jonathan McCullough (left), NTCC Vice President for Advancement. To learn


Thomas and April Bliss establish NTCC scholarships
bliss scholarshipThomas and April Bliss recently presented the Northeast Texas Community College Foundation with $2,000 to establish two scholarships. The Sharon Bliss Memorial scholarship is in memory of Thomas’ mother, who had a long career as a respiratory therapist. This scholarship will benefit a student studying health sciences at NTCC. The Bradyn Dawn Loy Memorial Scholarship was established in memory of