Business Office

The NTCC Business Office is where students go to pay for classes, housing and meal plans.


Paying for Classes

Payment of tuition, fees and deposits is required prior to the first class day. Payment due dates can be found on the student’s statement of charges or by accessing the Payment and Payment Plan page found under the Student tab in the myEagle portal. Northeast Texas Community College offers a variety of ways to pay for classes. NTCC has recently expanded our online payment options. Students will now be able to view the details of their statements, set up authorized payers to pay their account, or pay the account balance in full. Students can pay using MasterCard, VISA, DISCOVER, or checks via the online services or students can pay using these same forms of payment with the addition of cash when visiting the Business Office which is located within the Student Services Building. If paying by check at the Business Office, students are required to furnish the current driver’s license number and date of birth of the person signing the check.

Online Payment Plan

Students can also establish a payment plan online by accessing their account within the myEagle portal. Northeast Texas Community College offers a payment plans through Transact as a convenient online payment option for those that choose to spread their payments over several months, depending on the length of the semester and the time in which the payment plan is set up. The cost to initiate your interest-free monthly payment plan is a $35 nonrefundable enrollment fee. Students must establish a payment plan through the myEagle portal.

Financial Assistance

Students planning to attend Northeast Texas Community College with financial assistance should have all forms completed and awards should be verified on Campus Connect prior to registration. For additional information, contact the Financial Aid Office at 903-434-8100.


Direct Deposit Designation

NTCC is required to collect a student refund account choice from all students. Student refunds may result from financial aid that exceeds expenses, dropping/withdrawing from class and/or overpayments. Your designation must be completed electronically.

Direct Deposit Designation