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Kandace Jones Going back to school to make a better life for herself & her kids (pg. 2)

Also In This Edition: ■ Continuing Education Schedule, pg. 1 ■ Fall Semester Course Offerings, pg. 3 ■ General Info, pg. 6 ■ Steps To Enroll, pg. 7

Fall 2013 Edition


NTCC Continuing Education

Education for Everyone The NTCC Continuing Education & Corporate Training department offers a variety of learning opportunities for both individuals and businesses. Below is the schedule of upcoming classes for Fall 2013. There is no application process for these courses - simply call or stop by our office in BT 111 to sign up for the classes you want to take! Customized training is also available for businesses and groups.

Call 903-434-8134 or visit www.ntcc.edu/continuinged for more information

Fall 2013 Continuing Education Schedule Course Name Date/Dates Location Total Cost CPR for Healthcare Providers.............................Aug 24, 2013................... IT 115.............................................................$54 Individual Guitar Lessons....................................Aug-Dec 2013 ................ Whatley Center............................................$390 Individual Piano Lessons.....................................Aug-Dec 2013................. Whatley Center............................................$390 Individual String Instrument Lessons...................Aug-Dec 2013................. Whatley Center............................................$390 Recycling/Up Scaling for the Garden..................Sept 2013........................ Ag Complex...................................................$25 Basic QuickBooks................................................Sept 2013........................ Naples-Omaha Center.................................$146 Electrical Update.................................................Sept 9, 2013.................... ITTC...............................................................$55 Women’s Self Defense........................................Sept 10, 2013.................. BT 110...........................................................$45 Beginning Word Processing Applications............Sept-Oct 2013................. Naples-Omaha Center...................................$65 Basic Firearms.....................................................Sept 12, 2013.................. BT 103...........................................................$45 Country & Western Dance...................................Sept 2013........................ Hanson-Sewell Center (Pittsburg).................$49 Basic Motorcycle Rider Course...........................Sept 14-15, 2013............. Ag Complex.................................................$195 Managing Goat Herd Health................................Oct 2013.......................... Ag Complex...................................................$65 Legal Update.......................................................Oct 1, 2013...................... Criminal Justice Center..................................$37 Revisiting the New Testament.............................Oct-Nov 2013.................. Hanson-Sewell Center (Pittsburg).................$39 Introduction to e-mail Marketing..........................Oct 4 & 18, 2013............. BT 114...........................................................$15 Medication Aide Update.......................................Oct 5, 2013...................... IT 115.............................................................$48 Beginning Word Processing Applications............Oct 8-17, 2013................. Hanson-Sewell Center (Pittsburg).................$65 Introduction to e-mail Marketing..........................Oct 11 & 25, 2013............ BT 114...........................................................$15 Basic Motorcycle Rider Course...........................Oct 2013.......................... Ag Complex.................................................$195 Basic Peace Officer (Night Police Academy).......Oct 2013 to May 2014..... Criminal Justice Center........................... $1,556* Advanced QuickBooks........................................Oct-Nov 2013.................. Naples-Omaha Center.................................$146 Introduction to Microsoft Excel............................Oct-Nov 2013.................. Naples-Omaha Center...................................$65 Phlebotomy Update - ASPT CEU Day.................Oct 19, 2013.................... IT 115.............................................................$50 Introduction to Microsoft Excel............................Oct-Nov 2013.................. Hanson-Sewell Center (Pittsburg).................$65 Preservation of the Harvest.................................Nov 2013......................... Ag Complex...................................................$65 Living from the Ground Up (annual workshop)....Nov 1, 2013..................... Ag Complex...................................................$45 Introduction to Computers...................................Nov 2013......................... Hanson-Sewelll Center (Pittsburg)................$65 Using Social Media..............................................Nov 2013......................... Naples-Omaha Center...................................$40 Creating a Web Page..........................................Nov 2013......................... Naples-Omaha Center...................................$40 CPR for Healthcare Providers.............................Nov 16, 2013................... IT 115.............................................................$54 Basic Motorcycle Rider Course...........................Nov 2013......................... Ag Complex.................................................$195 Fire Academy.......................................................Jan 2014.......................... Mt. Pleasant Central Fire Station............ $1,420* *Limited financial aid may be available

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Learning to save lives in order to better her own andace Brasher Jones has come a long way from being a 16-year-old high school dropout. Looking back, the now 29-year-old mother of two who is set to graduate from the Emergency Medical Services program at Northeast Texas Community College admits that an education wasn’t always a top priority. Like many other women, she dropped out of high school so she could get married. At the time, it seemed like a good plan. A few years later, in 2001, she heard about the GED program at the community college near her hometown and decided to check it out. She was able to successfully complete the requirements for her diploma and considered her education complete. “I never in a million years thought I could go to college,” Jones said. “I had no idea how to get started or what kind of resources were available to help me.” Ten years, two children, and one divorce later, Jones realized that she needed to make some serious changes in order to have the means to support her young family. She began to consider how she might be able to go back to college. “I knew I wanted to go into a career that helped people. I initially considered nursing, but I always had EMS in the back of my mind,” she said. With the help of NTCC Foundation Scholarships and financial aid, Jones enrolled in college classes at NTCC in 2011. It wasn’t easy, and it took some time to get back into the habit of learning. She worked her way up through developmental courses until she was ready for college-level coursework. Her hard work paid off, and she was later invited to join the Phi Theta Kappa honor society. According to Jones, she was attracted to the EMS program because there are two different levels of completion. She was able to finish her Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) certificate in only six months, which gave her viable career options on its own. After completing that, she decided to keep going for her Associate of Applied Science in Emergency Medical Services. This degree would give her the qualifications necessary to become a licensed paramedic, which has a much higher earning potential. “I love the EMS program at NTCC. The training is fastpaced and hands-on,” she said. “The classes are tough, but the faculty really care about your success and provide flexibility whenever they can.” Jones will graduate in August, but doesn’t plan to stop her education there. She has decided to complete fire academy next so she will be qualified to be a fire department medic. “I am doing everything I can to make myself marketable

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in the workforce. I have talked to fire departments and they say it is rare to find someone who is certified as both a paramedic and as a firefighter,” Jones said. Until then, Jones continues to work three part-time jobs and raise her family in addition to her schoolwork. Her kids, ages 9 and 3, are both supporters of her education. “They like to tell people that their mom is a paramedic. They think it is pretty cool,” Jones said. “It makes me feel good to know that I am setting a good example for them.” Jones encourages others who are currently living in situations that feel hopeless to consider going back to school like she did. “I know what it is like. I didn’t have a support system and I didn’t know how to go to college in the beginning, but there is help out there. There are lots of excuses for not going back to school, but most of them aren’t really valid. If you have the drive and determination to do it, places like NTCC are there to help make it happen,” she said.

Do You Want To Help Students, Like Kandace, Succeed? Call Nita May at 903-434-8113 to learn how you can contribute to scholarships through the NTCC Foundation -2-


NTCC Fall Course List The following list includes all classes being offered at NTCC for the Fall 2013 semester. Most classes begin on Monday, August 26. Please visit our website for full course information and scheduling details.

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µ indicates courses that are available online

Auto Body Repair Basic Refinishing, ABDR-1331 Fiberglass Repair, ABDR-1353 Basic Metal Repair, ABDR-1419 Color Analysis/Paint Match, ABDR-2353 Agriculture Intro Sustainable Ag, AGCR-1371 Plant Protection, AGCR-1393 Equine Science, AGEQ-1411 Int-Ag Bus & Mgmt, AGMG-2286 Coop Ed-Ag Bus/Mgt, AGMG-2380 Coop Ed-Ag Bus/Mgt, AGMG-2381 The Ag Industry, AGRI-1231 µ Agronomy, AGRI-1407 Horticulture, AGRI-1415 Intro Animal Science, AGRI-1419 Organic Gard/Food Prod, HALT-1371 Anthropology Cultural Anthropology, ANTH-2351 µ Art Intro Art Appreciation, ARTS-1301 µ Art History I, ARTS-1303 µ Design I, ARTS-1311 Drawing I, ARTS-1316 Painting I, ARTS-2316 Painting II, ARTS-2317 Ceramics I, ARTS-2346 Ceramics II, ARTS-2347 Digital Art I, ARTS-2348 µ Photography I, ARTS-2356 µ Automotive Technology Intro & Theory Auto Tech, AUMT-1301 Auto Engine Removal/Install, AUMT-1306 Auto Suspension/Steer Sys, AUMT-1316 Auto Engine Repair, AUMT-1319 Auto Drive Train/Axles, AUMT-2413 Auto Elec Diagnosis/Repair, AUMT-2421 Auto Autom Trans/Transaxle, AUMT-2425 Biology Biology I Lab, BIOL-1001L Nutrition, BIOL-1322 µ General Biology I, BIOL-1406 Intro. Biol I (Non-major), BIOL-1408 µ Intro. Biol 2 (Non-major), BIOL-1409 µ Anatomy & Physiology I-Lab, BIOL-2001L Anatomy & Physiology I, BIOL-2401 µ Anatomy & Physiology II, BIOL-2402 µ Intro to Anatomy & Physiology, BIOL-2404

Microbiology, BIOL-2421 Business Principles of Acct I, ACCT-2301 µ Principles of Acct II, ACCT-2302 Coop Ed I-Accounting, ACNT-1380 Coop Ed II-Accounting, ACNT-2380 Communications Mgmt, BMGT-1305 Leadership, BMGT-2309 Coop Education I, BMGT-2382 Coop Ed II-Bus Admin, BMGT-2383 Intro to Business, BUSI-1301 µ Intro to Business, BUSI-1301 88 Personal Finance, BUSI-1307 Business Law, BUSI-2301 µ Economics Prin of Macroeconomics, ECON-2301 µ Prin of Microeconomics, ECON-2302 µ Culinary Arts Classes held at culinary school in Pittsburg Sanitation & Safety, CHEF-1205 Basic Food Prep, CHEF-1301 Garde Manger, CHEF-1310 American Regional Cuisine, CHEF-1341 International Cuisine, CHEF-1345 Intermediate Food Prep, CHEF-2301 Buffet Theory/Production, CHEF-2332 Nutrition/Menu Planning, IFWA-1310 Plated Desserts, PSTR-1340 Fundamentals of Baking, PSTR-1401 Advanced Pastry Shop, PSTR-2431 Dining Room Service, RSTO-1204 Principles Food/Bev Control, RSTO-230 Catering, RSTO-2307 Chemistry Gen Chemistry I-Lab, CHEM-1001L Intro Chemistry I-Lab, CHEM-1006L Intro Chemistry I, CHEM-1405 Intr Chemistry I-AllHlth, CHEM-1406 µ Gen Chemistry I, CHEM-1411 Organic Chemistry I-Lab, CHEM-2001L Organic Chemistry I, CHEM-2423 Journalism Journalism Practicum I, COMM-1131 Journalism Practicum II, COMM-1132 Intro Mass Comm, COMM-1307 Journalism Practicum III, COMM-2131 Journalism Practicum IV, COMM-2132 Editing I, COMM-2309

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FALL COURSE LIST CONTINUED... Editing II, COMM-2310 Newswriting I, COMM-2311 Newswriting II, COMM-2315 Business Computer Applications Business Computer Applications, BCIS-1305 µ Microcomputer App, COSC-1301 µ Programming Logic & Design, COSC-1309 C++ Programming I, COSC-1320 Fund of Networking, ITNW-1325 Intro to Internet, ITNW-1337 µ Fund Wireless LANs, ITNW-1351 µ Implementing/Admin Servers, ITNW-1354 Integrated Software App I, ITSC-1309 Integrated Software App II, ITSC-2321 µ Integrated Software App III, ITSC-2331 µ Coop Educ-Comp Info Sciences, ITSC-2380 Internship-Comp Info Sciences, ITSC-2386 Cosmetology Selective Admissions Intro Haircut/Related Theory, CSME-1410 Chemical Reform & Related Theory, CSME-1453 Orientation to Cosmetology, CSME-1501 Fund of Cosmetology, CSME-1505 Criminal Justice Coop Ed-Corrections/Correctional Admin CJCR-1380 Coop Ed-Corrections/Correctional Admin, CJCR-2380 Coop Ed-Law Enforcement/Police, CJLE-1384 Coop Ed-Law Enforcement/Police, CJLE-2384 Texas Peace Officer Procedures, CJLE-2420 Texas Peace Officer Law, CJLE-2421 Texas Peace Officer Skills, CJLE-2522 Intro Criminal Justice, CRIJ-1301 Court Systems & Practices, CRIJ-1306 Crime In America, CRIJ-1307 Fund Of Criminal Law, CRIJ-1310 Correct Systems & Practices, CRIJ-2313 Criminal Investigation, CRIJ-2314 Legal Aspects of Law Enforcement, CRIJ-2323 Police Systems & Practices, CRIJ-2328 Dental Hygiene Selective Admissions - Prereqs Req. General & Dental Nutrition, DHYG-1207 Preventative Dental Hygiene Care, DHYG-1227 Oralfacial Anat,History/Embryology, DHYG-1301 Dental Radiology, DHYG-1304 Community Dentistry, DHYG-1315 Preclinical Dental Hygiene, DHYG-1331 Gen/Oral Pathology, DHYG-1339 Cont Dental Hygiene Care II, DHYG-2231 Clinical Denta Hygiene/Hygiene II, DHYG-2262 Drama/Theatre Theatre Practicum, DRAM-1120 Stage Make-up, DRAM-1141 Theatre Practicum, DRAM-1220 Intro to Theater, DRAM-1310 Theatre Practicum, DRAM-1320

Stagecraft I, DRAM-1330 Acting I, DRAM-1351 Acting II, DRAM-1352 Stagecraft II, DRAM-2331 Theatre History I, DRAM-2361 Education Intro to Edu, EDUC-1301 Prin/Prac Multicultural Edu, EDUC-1325 Intro Special Edu, EDUC-2301 Electrical Occupations Residential Wiring, ELPT-1329 Elect Calculations I, ELPT-1315 Fund Electricity I, ELPT-1319 Fund Electricity II, ELPT-1320 Residential Wiring, ELPT-1329 Emergency Medical Training EMT-Basic Clinical, EMSP-1160 Paramedic Clinical I, EMSP-1161 Patient Assessment/Airway Mgt, EMSP-1356 Intro of Advance Practice, EMSP-1438 EMT-Basic, EMSP-1501 Paramedic Clinical III, EMSP-2160 Special Populations, EMSP-2330 EMS Operations, EMSP-2338 Emergency Pharmacology, EMSP-2348 Cardiology, EMSP-2444 English Basic Writing I, ENGL-0301 Basic Writing II, ENGL-0302 English Comp I, ENGL-1301 µ English Comp II, ENGL-1302 µ Creative Writing I, ENGL-2307 Creative Writing II, ENGL-2308 Tech & Business Writing, ENGL-2311 British Literature I, ENGL-2322 µ American Literature I, ENGL-2327 World Literature I, ENGL-2332 µ Film as Literature I, ENGL-2342 Non-Course Based Writing, NCBW-0100 Engineering Engineering Mechanics I-Statics, ENGR-2301 Geography Physical Geography, GEOG-1301 µ World Regional Geography, GEOG-1303 µ Government Federal Government, GOVT-2305 µ Texas Government, GOVT-2306 µ History US History to 1877, HIST-1301 µ US Hist Since 1877, HIST-1302 µ Survey Of Texas Hist, HIST-2301 World Civ I, HIST-2321 World Civ II- HIST-2322 µ Humanities Appreciation of Humanities, HUMA-1301 µ Humanities in Modern Time, HUMA-1302

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FALL COURSE LIST CONTINUED... Industrial Technology Classes held in Mt. Pleasant at ITTC Mechanical Maintenance, CBFM-2317 Basic Computer-Aid Drafting, DFTG-1309 Fundamentals of Electricity I, ELPT-1319 Motor Control, ELPT-1341 Industrial Wiring, ELPT-1357 Programming Logic Control I, ELPT-2319 Programming Logic Control II, ELPT-2355 Hydraulics/Pneumatics, HYDR-1345 Fluid Power Systems Design, HYDR-2330 Intro Industrial Maintenance, INMT-1305 Machinery Install, INMT-2301 Industrial Troubleshooting, INMT-2345 Internship-Manufacturing Tech, INMT-2388 AC/DC Motor Control, INTC-1357 Mathematics Pre-Algebra, MATH-0301 Beginning Algebra, MATH-0303 µ Intermediate Algebra, MATH-0305 µ College Algebra, MATH-1314 µ College Trig, MATH-1316 Finite Mathematics, MATH-1324 µ Business Calculus, MATH-1325 µ Intro Statistics, MATH-1342 µ Fund of Math I, MATH-1350 µ Fund of Math II, MATH-1351 µ Pre-Calculus, MATH-2412 µ Calculus I, MATH-2413 µ Calculus II, MATH-2414 Foundations/Algebra, NCBM-0103 Medical Assisting Selective Admissions - Prereqs Req. Medical Terminology, MDCA-1313 µ Medical Insurance, MDCA-1343 Clinical-Medical/Clinical, MDCA-1361 Procedures in a Clinical Setting II, MDCA-1417 Administrative Procedures, MDCA-1421 Pharmacology, MDCA-1448 Med Asst Lab Procedure, MDCA-1452 Medical Lab Technician Selective Admissions - Prereqs Req. Intro Clinical Lab Science, MLAB-1201 Parasitology/Mycology, MLAB-1231 Immunohematology, MLAB-2431 Clinical-Microbiology, MLAB-2434 Clinical-Chemistry, MLAB-2501 Music Indiv Instruction-Guitar, MUAP-1161 Indiv Instruction-Piano, MUAP-1269 Indiv Instruction-Voice, MUAP-1281 Ear Training/Sight Singing 1, MUSI-1116 Instrumental Ensemble, MUSI-1131 Concert Choir-Chorus, MUSI-1141

Class Guitar I, MUSI-1192 Music Appreciation, MUSI-1306 µ Music Theory I, MUSI-1311 Nursing/RN Selective Admissions - Prereqs Req. Nursing Skills I, RNSG-1105 Clinical I Concepts, RNSG-1160 Clinical Care of Children, RNSG-1161 Clinical Maternal Newborn, RNSG-1163 Intro to Nursing, RNSG-1309 Common Concepts of Adult Health, RNSG-1341 Care of Child/Family, RNSG-2101 Clinical-Advanced Concepts, RNSG-2160 Maternal Newborn/Women’s Health, RNSG-2208 Advanced Needs Adult Health, RNSG-2231 Nursing/LVN Selective Admissions - Prereqs Req. Clinical-Medical Surg I, VNSG-1260 Foundations of Nursing, VNSG-1304 Medical-Surgical Nursing I, VNSG-1429 Applied Nursing Skills, VNSG-1502 Physical Fitness Beginning Tennis, PHED-1105 Intermediate Tennis, PHED-1106 Advanced Tennis, PHED-1107 Aerobic Exercise, PHED-1110 Adv Aerobic Exercise I, PHED-1111 Weight Training/Aerobic Activity, PHED-1112 Weight Training, PHED-1114 Inter Weight Train, PHED-1115 Adv Weight Training, PHED-1116 Body Conditioning, PHED-1117 Inter Aerobic Exercise, PHED-1119 Karate, PHED-1120 Intermediate Karate, PHED-1121 Advanced Karate, PHED-1122 Soccer, PHED-1124 Beginning Rodeo, PHED-1125 Intermediate Rodeo, PHED-1126 Advanced Rodeo, PHED-1127 Pre-Professional Rodeo, PHED-1128 Adv Aerobic Exercise II, PHED-1129 Baseball I, PHED-1130 Baseball III, PHED-1132 Walking/Jogging, PHED-1134 Spinning, PHED-1136 Inter Spinning, PHED-1137 Advanced Spinning, PHED-1138 Beginning Disc Golf, PHED-1139 Softball I, PHED-1142 Softball III, PHED-1144 Fitness Boxing, PHED-1146 Fitness for Life, PHED-1238 Health Education, PHED-1304 Coaching I, PHED-1321 µ

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FALL COURSE LIST CONTINUED... Philosophy Intro Philosophy, PHIL-1301 µ Intro to Ethics, PHIL-2306 µ Physical Science General Physics I, PHYS-1401 Advanced Physics I, PHYS-2425 µ Solar System, PHYS-1404 µ Intro Physical Science I, PHYS-1415 Office Technology Medical Transcription I, MRMT-1307 Medical Transcription II, MRMT-2333 Legal Office Procedure POFL-1303 Legal Transcription, POFL-1359 Law Office Practicum, POFL-2364 Med Admin Support, POFM-1317 Medical Insurance, POFM-1327 Med Office Practicum, POFM-2364 Business English, POFT-1301 µ Admin Office Procedures I, POFT-1309 Records/Info Management I, POFT-1319 Bus Math & Machine Applications, POFT-1325 Begin Keyboarding, POFT-1329 µ Coop-Admin Asst/Secretarial Science, POFT-2380 Psychology Intro to Psychology, PSYC-2301 µ Human Sexuality, PSYC-2306 Hum Growth & Development, PSYC-2314 µ Personal & Social Adjust, PSYC-2315 Social Psychology, PSYC-2319 Service Learning, PSYC-2389 Physical Therapist Assistant Selective Admissions - Prereqs Req. Profession of Physical Therapy, PTHA-1301 Basic Patient Care Skills, PTHA-1305 Pathophysiology/PTA, PTHA-1321 Functional Anatomy, PTHA-1513

Professional Issues, PTHA-2239 µ Practicum II, PTHA-2266 Practicum III, PTHA-2267 Mgmt of Neurological Disorders, PTHA-2431 Reading Integrated Reading/Writing, INRW-0311 Non-Course Based Reading, NCBR-0100 Reading Improvement I, READ-0301 Reading Improvement II, READ-0302 Sociology Intro Sociology, SOCI-1301 µ Social Problems, SOCI-1306 Marriage & Family, SOCI-2301 Human Sexuality, SOCI-2306 Social Psychology, SOCI-2326 Social Work Intro Social Work, SOCW-2361 Foundation of Social Work Practice, SOCW-2364 Spanish Begin Conversational Span I, SPAN-1300 Spanish I, SPAN-1411 µ Spanish for Law Enforcement, SPAN-2316 Speech Fundamentals Of Speech, SPCH-1311 Public Speaking, SPCH-1315 µ Business & Professional Speaking, SPCH-1321 Welding Intro Flux Cord Arc Welding, WLDG-1412 Welding Fundamentals, WLDG-1421 Intro to Oxy-Fuel Welding/Cutting WLDG-1425 Intro to Shielded Metal Arc, WLDG-1428 Intro to Gas Metal Arc Welding, WLDG-1430 Intro to Gas Tungsten Arc Welding, WLDG-1434 Intro Pipe Welding, WLDG-1435 Intermediate Shielded Metal Arc Welding, WLDG-1457 Coop Ed-Welder/Welding Tech, WLDG-2380 Advanced Pipe Welding, WLDG-2453

Good to know... • NTCC office hours are Monday-Thursday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. & Friday from 8 a.m. to noon • In addition to the main campus, student services are also offered at the Naples-Omaha Center in Naples & the Hanson-Sewell Center in Pittsburg

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• A 3-hour course at NTCC costs $242 for a district resident* • Core classes transfer to almost any university

Questions? Call us!

903-434-8100

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*Residents of Camp, Morris, & Titus Counties are in-district.

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7 Steps To College Success A new student’s guide to enrolling in classes at Northeast Texas Community College 1. Complete the Application for Admission at www.ntcc.edu/apply 2. Apply for Financial Aid at www.fafsa.ed.gov (NTCC School Code - 016396) The FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) is used to determine eligibility for federal/state aid.

3. Provide OFFICIAL Transcripts (high school, GED, or college)

If you have completed more than 12 college credit hours, we will not need your high school or GED transcript. Less than 12 hours will require one of those. You must provide ALL transcripts from EVERY college you have attended. All high school transcripts MUST have the Date of Graduation.

4. Provide OFFICIAL Immunization Record

With proof of bacterial meningitis vaccination, or proof of exemption. (Applies only to students under age 22)

5. Provide Accuplacer or Approved Alternative Placement Test Scores Approved alternatives include: exit-level TAKS (STARR), SAT, ACT, Compass, or THEA.

6. Attend the NTCC MyEagle Orientation

All first-time, full-time students are REQUIRED to attend. If you have less than 12 college credit hours, or if you have never been a full-time college student, you MUST attend. Register at www.ntcc.edu/orientation.

7. Meet with an Advisor

Both faculty and academic advisors are available to determine course placement/selections. All first-time students will be assigned to an advisor and required to meet with them prior to registration.

Questions? We’re here to help!

Call 903-434-8100 or stop by the Administration/Student Services Building for assistance

Northeast Texas Community College

2886 FM 1735 • Mt. Pleasant, TX 75455 NTCC is an AA, ADA, Equal Opportunity Institution

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