North Central Texas College is the oldest continually operating community college district in Texas. This means that all of the students who attended, the faculty, staff and other employees are very important parts of the history of NCTC.


And the NCTC Ex-Students and Friends Association is the organization comprised of NCTC Ex’s who want to “Keep the Ex-perience Alive” and promote all that is good about our college.


With more than 10,000 students enrolled during the fall semester for two years on five campuses, the NCTC Ex’s continue to promote the college to those who might not be familiar with the institution and those who can provide support.


If you are an ex-student and are not a part of the NCTC Ex’s, joining is easy and inexpensive. Members of the NCTC Ex’s help recruit and retain quality students by providing the support needed to succeed. The NCTC Ex’s also offer a scholarship each semester for a deserving student to make attending NCTC just a little easier.


The NCTC Ex’s work closely with the NCTC Student Services to help provide holiday events, as well as other entertainment and educational events throughout the year.


I attended the institution when it was named Cooke County College in the late 1970s and also attended NCTC in 2000, and I have been associated with the ex-students association since its inception.


The organization is a great way to stay in touch with NCTC and also provide needed support for the NCTC Ex’s mission. Visit www.nctc.edu and click on the “Alumni & Friends” on the right side of the page, or call 940-668-4213.


Looking forward to seeing you at one of our functions!


-- Keith G. King

President

NCTC Ex-Students & Friends Association