Twelve students from NTCC presented research at the First Annual Red River Honors Symposium at Texas A&M University – Texarkana. Dr. Craig Nakashian, Director of the Academic Honors Program at TAMU-T, invited students from the various Honor societies at community colleges and universities throughout the Red River area to attend and present their research.
Northeast Texas Community College will be closed on Monday, May 29th in observance of Memorial Day. Offices will resume regular business hours on Tuesday, May 30th. Students can still apply and register online for summer and fall 2023 classes even when the college is closed.
Northeast Texas Community College celebrated its May 2023 commencement with two ceremonies on Saturday, May 13th. There were 340 candidates for graduation. The 9 a.m. ceremony honored those receiving Associate of Arts, Associate of Science, Associate of Arts in Teaching degrees and dual credit certificates. There were 130 students in attendance to receive their diploma. A total of 132 Associate of Applied Science degrees and Certificates of Competency were presented at the 11 a.m. ceremony.
Northeast Texas Community College, in partnership with the Raw Milk Institute, will host a one-day intensive seminar on September 23rd that will cover a variety of topics relevant to the production of low-risk raw milk. Anyone interested in learning more about raw milk can benefit from this hands-on training! The training will be held at the NTCC Ag Center and will cost $25. For more info contact Tom Ramler at 903-434-8175 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Three NTCC history students emerged on top in the 2023 Bonnie Spencer competition, for the best student essays in history, outside of the honors seminars. Essays could have been entered from any other history course from any history instructor, full-time or part-time, on campus or off, such as with embedded dual history classes. Andrew Higgins, a dual enrollment student from Mount Vernon High School won first place...
Every semester full-time and associate faculty in NTCC’s Division of Math, Physics and Engineering can select an outstanding student, who is exceptional in some way. For the Spring 2023 semester, Dr. Doug Richey nominated Jenna Renae Lukehart from Mount Pleasant as outstanding in College Algebra (Fall 2022) and Statistics (Spring 2023).
Northeast Texas Community College is currently enrolling for its upcoming Professional Driving Academy (CDL training). New classes begin monthly. This is a great opportunity for anyone interested in training for a lucrative new career in just one month.
Do you plan to attend NTCC this fall? If so, you don’t want to miss EagleGanza! It is an action-packed half-day event designed to help students prepare for their upcoming college experience. EagleGanza is specifically targeted for incoming freshmen and those thinking about attending NTCC.
On 5 May, for the fifteenth time, community judges and NTCC students converged on the foyer of the Whatley Center for the Performing Arts at NTCC for an annual McGraw-Hill Poster Contest. The scholarly competition was enabled again by generous grants, from Beverly Kelley of Mount Vernon, and the McGraw-Hill Education Corporation—through the special work of Bill Welsh, and Casey Slaght who work in the corporate office in Dubuque, Iowa.