News & Newsletters

  • Estrada and Parchman
    Former scholars publish award-winning essays developed at NTCC

    Maiko Estrada (pictured left) and Jessie Parchman (pictured right) have become the 27th, and 28th scholars of Honors Northeast to have published work in a regional journal since 2010. This past week, the forty-first volume of the journal, Touchstone, published by the Texas State Historical Association, was released. 

  • honors students filming
    Honors, Webb film trailer on the Traveling Preachers released

    The trailer for the coming NTCC spring film on the Traveling Preachers of Early Texas is now in the public domain. It features several honors students in key roles, the cinematic artistry of Camp-County-born Allen Herald, and his associate, Hannah Goldblum, and a startling original composition by composer, Kenny Goodson of Hughes Springs.

  • girls at conferene
    NTCC Scholars present at the National Collegiate Honors Council

    Amidst a dwindling pool of community-college presenters over the years, four NTCC sophomores qualified this year to present at the annual meeting of the National Collegiate Honors Council (NCHC). Each featured research on a 10 November session dedicated to student posters in an enclosed section of the Sheraton Hotel by the Chicago Riverwalk.

  • honors northeast logo
    Honors Northeast announces class of 2023-2024

    Honors Northeast, the Northeast Texas Community College Honors Program, is pleased to announce its Honors Students for the 2023-2024 school year. This includes seven Presidential Scholars and nineteen Honors Scholars.

  • group of students who went on the trip posing for a picture
    Honors students take 32nd semester trip

    A tradition initiated in 2008, continued for students of Honors Northeast as they visited a major city, in this case, Fort Worth, Friday, 22 September. The group rendezvoused first at the Greenville Starbucks, before heading on to the Fort Worth Zoo, and the Rodeo Goat Restaurant.

  • Florio with Honors students
    Honors students visit former NTCC president

    NTCC opened its doors in 1985 with higher-than-expected enrollments, and by 1987 had gained an earlier-than-expected accreditation.  With new programs, buildings, and a relatively young, highly qualified faculty NTCC, enjoyed a halcyon period of growth. That was, until the years 1994-1995, when some administrative turmoil left the young college in search of new leadership.

  • poetry contest winners
    Winners announced for annual Northeast Texas poetry & image contest

    Are sprawling urban ghettoes, filled with homeless people, the real prisons of America? Does half of the American population lack the savings to cover a $1,000 emergency payment?  Those statements might be true, and in the last three years of the Northeast Texas Poetry Reading, they were the kind of statements to be provocative enough to consider...

  • Monse at roundup
    Honors Northeast hosts 17th Annual Roundup

    NTCC’s Agriculture Club and Program again proved this past 16 September that it cannot only produce fresh foods in sustainable, scientific ways, but prepare them in the form of a delectable dinner. The NTCC honors program, in turn, enjoyed its seventeenth fall-semester get-together in as many years...

  • film group
    NTCC students make most extensive film effort yet

    The effort of the NTCC Webb Society and Honors Northeast to complete their twelfth feature-length film this summer involved a few novelties. To be sure, as with previous years, the group began from the ground up, fashioning a script from the research of primary sources, and focusing on a niche story from the Texas past.