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Northeast Texas Community College

Northeast Texas Community College is a community college serving the Northeast Texas region. The campus is set on 375 acres in rural Titus County near the community of Chapel Hill, approximately seven

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Location

Address
2886 Farm to Market 1735
City
Mount Pleasant
State
TX
Zip/Post Code
75456-1307

Contact Information

Phone
Fax
Website
Financial Aid Website

Stats

Total Undergrad enrollment
3242
In State Tuition Fees
2040
Out State Tuition Fees
3154
Grade Point Average(GPA)
3.6
Male Female Ratio
38:62
Acceptance Rate
100%
Student Faculty Ratio
17:01

Additional Information

College Type
Public
Religious Affiliation
N/A
Campus Housing
Yes
Mission Statement
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Mascot
Red Devils
Colors
White Blue Red
Conference
Independent

College History

History

In January 1984, the voters of Camp, Morris, and Titus counties approved a community college district for the area. The campus (centrally located among the county seats of Daingerfield, Pittsburg, and Mount Pleasant) and facilities were quickly chosen and constructed � by the fall semester of 1985 the first classes were held. As a relatively modern campus with all new construction, NTCC has kept its main campus buildings of uniform appearance � all buildings are constructed of earth-tone brick with copper-tone metal roofs. In 2010, the College opened the new Elizabeth Hoggatt Whatley Agriculture complex, a Platinum-LEED certified classroom complex featuring the latest in alternative energy and environmentally-friendly technologies. The "net-zero" (producing more energy annually than it consumes) building is home to a Sustainable Agriculture program which teaches people to farm small acreages using a mixture of traditional and alternative farm methods, good business practices, and sensitivity to the long term environmental impact. In addition to the main campus, the College has the Industrial Technology Training Center in Mount Pleasant, and outreach centers in Naples, Tx, and Pittsburg, Tx. The Culinary Arts program is also in Pittsburg. The mission of the college is to offer "responsible and exemplary learning opportunities." The college song is "Eagles Soaring On." NTCC is governed by a seven-member Board of Trustees. Three members are from Titus County, and two members each are from Morris and Camp counties.

College Specialty

Specialty

NTCC Honors strives to provide free and exemplary education. It exists to develop original ideas and successful projects. Inclusive and supportive, the program resolves to enroll ambitious, rising, students, promote their careers, and enhance the vitality of the college and surrounding community.

Campus

Campus

Rural, 375 acres (1.52 km2)

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