Public Service


North Central Texas College responds to the special needs and interests of the public, but it realizes that all these needs and interests cannot be served solely in a formal classroom setting through the traditional academic curricula. Members of the community at large are welcome on campus at any time and are given access to many college facilities and services, such as the Library, free of charge. Other facilities and services, including space for meetings, workshops, and similar activities are made available at minimal charges.

For more information contact the office of the Vice Chancellor of Administrative Affairs at (940) 668-4201.

Specialized facilities allied with the college's instructional programs also are made available to the community as a public service.  In cooperation with the Division of Continuing Education, departments regularly sponsor workshops, seminars, and short courses aimed at disseminating information to individuals as well as to business, industry, and private organizations within the community.

All members of the college faculty, administration, and staff welcome inquiries related to their particular areas of specialization from community organizations and individuals.

A widely varied program of artistic, social, and cultural events — recitals, concerts, stage productions, lectures, exhibits and others — are sponsored by the college.