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Message from the President

Dr. G. Brent Wallace, Ph.D

As the Chief Executive Officer of the college, Dr. G. Brent Wallace is responsible for the college's implimentation of policies as directed by the college's Board of Regents, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, Southern Association of Colleges Commission on Colleges, and State of Texas.

Dr. Wallace joined NCTC in the fall of 2011 as the Vice President of Instruction/Chief Academic Officer and demonstrated his commitment to academic integrity and providing transformative opportunities to NCTC students. As VPI, Dr. Wallace oversaw the development and implimination of the college's Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP). Also known as Project Xtreme Academic Makeover, this plan addresses students' college readiness in order to improve student learning in meaningful ways through the mission of transforming students’ academic behaviors and creating a contextual learning environment to ensure college readiness and improve success in core curriculum courses.

This transformation, in turn, reinforces and furthers the college’s broader vision of “becoming a recognized leader in higher education and a catalyst for economic, cultural, and community development” by enhancing the personal, professional, and intellectual development of students by emphasizing key academic behaviors and study skills. 

As president, Dr. Wallace has also led the charge to regenerate old facilities and bring life back to NCTC campuses by securing new master plans that permit each campus to create its own identity.

Dr. Wallace also believes in partnerships between independent school districts, community colleges, industry and universities, including those between NCTC and Texas Woman’s University, University of North Texas, and Midwestern State University.

About Our President

Dr. Brent Wallace standing in front of the new Health Science CenterDr. Brent Wallace holds a bachelor's degree in Business Administration from Hardin Simmons University, a Master's of Arts degree in Human Communications from Abilene Christian University, a graduate certificate in Conflict Resolution and Mediation from Abilene Christian University, and a Ph.D. in Higher Education Administration from Texas Tech University.

His professional associations include the Texas Association of Community Colleges and the Texas Community College Teachers Association. Dr. Wallace has served on the Board of Directors for the Texas Community College Instructional Administrators and the Texas Association of Career and Technical Educators. He currently serves as chairman of the North Texas Community College Consortium.

When Dr. Wallace served as Vice President of Instruction for NCTC, prior to becoming president, he was responsible for providing leadership and vision for credit and non-credit programs and learning resources consistent with Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Accreditation Standards, Texas State Law and Administrative Code, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board Rules, Board of Regents policies, and procedures and guidelines established by the North Central Texas Community College District.

Before coming to NCTC, Dr. Wallace served as Dean of Instruction for Cisco College.

President's Leadership Team

Dr. Brent Wallace
President/CEO
bwallace@nctc.edu

Dr. Andrew Fisher
Provost
afisher@nctc.edu

Dr. Janie Neighbors
Vice President of Fiscal Affairs
jneighbors@nctc.edu

Robbie Baugh
Vice President of Administrative Affairs
rbaugh@nctc.edu

Debbie Sharp
Vice President of External Affairs
dsharp@nctc.edu

Dr. Emily Klement
Associate Vice President Strategic Initiative
eklement@nctc.edu

David Brown
Associate Vice President for Strategic Directions
dbrown@nctc.edu

 

Planning

Strategic planning is an ongoing process that is imperative to a successful organization.

 NCTC Strategic Plan (.pdf)

Contact Information

Please reach out to us if you have any questions or concerns.

Sandy Otto
Executive Assistant to the Board of Regents and President
1525 West California Street
Gainesville, Texas 76240
(940) 668-4320

sotto@nctc.edu