• EF Tours offering a $200 discount through September 20 for Study Abroad Trip
    EF Tours is offering a $200 discount through September 20 for the Study Abroad Trip to Barcelona, Nice, Cinque Terre, and Florence May 20-29, 2020.
  • NCTC hosts the 2019 Teaching History Conference and Keynote Speaker
    North Central Texas College (NCTC) will host the 2019 Teaching History Conference (TCON) from 8:30 am to 3:00 pm on Saturday, September 21, at the University of North Texas Gateway Center, 601 North Texas Boulevard, Denton.
  • NCTC Phi Theta Kappa Members Earn Scholarships
    North Central Texas College (NCTC) congratulates Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) members Becca Hammond and Atarah Green for being awarded scholarships based on their involvement and leadership in PTK and NCTC.
  • Three NCTC Students Receive Coveted Terry Transfer Scholarship
    Three North Central Texas College students have been selected to receive The Terry Transfer Scholarship award. These students are Ana Rodriguez, Daniel McLean, and Chay’vion Moore.
  • Student Success academic Support Services are Available
    Student Success academic support services are available this fall semester to all currently enrolled NCTC students across the district.
  • NCTC Drama Announces Auditions for “Be More Chill”
    North Central Texas College (NCTC) Drama announces auditions for the Broadway Cult Classic, “Be More Chill”, on August 26th and 27th at 6:30 PM.
  • NCTC Division Chair Attends TCCTA Conference
    NCTC Social Science Division Chair/History, Humanities & Government Professor Crystal Wright recently attended the Texas Community College Teachers Association’s “Leading from the Middle Conference” at the Horseshoe Bay Resort in Horseshoe Bay, Texas.
  • NCTC Welcomes the Future of Security
    When North Central Texas College (NCTC) began evaluating security options for its new FSB Exchange campus in downtown Denton, the solution was seemingly pulled from the future.
  • New Position Calls for Efforts Toward Inclusion
    GAINESVILLE, TX- In an effort to develop and integrate new policies and procedures to create a more inclusive, supportive, and diverse college community, North Central Texas College (NCTC) has promoted Dean of Health & Sciences Dr. Bonita Vinson to Vice Chancellor of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion.
  • NCTC to Perform “The Erroneous Moby Dick” Prior To New York City Tour
    DENTON, TX- North Central Texas College (NCTC) Drama is performing encore performances of “The Erroneous Moby Dick” prior to their tour to New York City as part of the inaugural Rave Theater Festival.
  • Flower Mound Summit Club presents second endowment check to NCTC
    On Tuesday, June 18th, North Central Texas College (NCTC) was presented a second endowment check from the Summit Club of Flower Mound.
  • NCTC announces revival of Teaching History Conference
    North Central Texas College, in coordination with the North Texas Community College Consortium, Texas Woman’s University and the University of North Texas, is proud to announce the 2019 Teaching History Conference (TCON). The Conference will be held Saturday, September 21, 2019 at the University of North Texas, Gateway Center, 601 North Texas Blvd, Denton TX, 76203-5017 from 8:00am-3:00pm.
  • NCTC CIO receives award
    North Central Texas College’s Chief Information Officer, Denise Cason, recently received the JenzaStar Award at the Jenzabar Annual Meeting (JAM) Conference in San Diego, California.
  • NCTC Faculty attend Great Teaching Round Up
    North Central Texas College full time faculty members Sarah Spikeston and Sherry Smith and adjunct faculty members Benjamin Vail and Tanaye Pope recently attended the Texas Community College Teachers Association’s (TCCTA) “Great Teaching Round Up” held at the YO Ranch Hotel in Kerrville, Texas.
  • NCTC to host events for prospective Denton students
    North Central Texas College will be hosting a series of meet & greet events to attract prospective students to their new First State Bank Exchange (FSB Exchange) campus located in downtown Denton. The series of meet and greet events will be held at Harvest House in Denton on June 20th and July 10th.
  • NCTC Regents sworn in
    Regents of the North Central Texas Community College District met Monday night and regents Erica Sullivan and Christy Morris were sworn in by Judge Chris Cypert.
  • Graduates honored at Spring 2019 Commencement
    North Central Texas College hosted a commencement ceremony on May 17 at the University of North Texas Coliseum to honor the Spring 2019 graduates.
  • Rigsby graduates from NCTC Honors Program
    Gainesville High School senior Matilin Rigsby is one of only a handful of students to graduate with their Associate Degrees before their high school diplomas this month. Rigsby, however, is rare as she is graduating from the North Central Texas College Honors Program.
  • Donor establishes memorial scholarship
    The North Central Texas College Foundation received $100,000 from an anonymous donor this month to establish the Eva Followill Scholarship.
  • NCTC graduates 15-year-old dual credit student
    Most 15-year-old students are simply counting down the days to summer break, but North Central Texas College student Emma Earhart has much to celebrate this month. She will graduate with her Associate of Science Degree from NCTC this Friday at the age of 15.
  • NCTC offers free coding and cyber security camps
    Looking for something for your high school age kids to do this summer? Look no further than North Central Texas College! NCTC will be offering free coding and cyber security camps, in Gainesville and Lewisville, for students ages 14 to 21 that will be in 9th through 12th grade in Fall 2019.
  • Flower Mound Summit Club establishes endowed scholarship
    On Thursday, May 2, North Central Texas College attended the May meeting of the Summit Club of Flower Mound and was presented with a check representing the final installment on a $13,500 pledge to complete the Summit Club’s Endowed Scholarship at NCTC.
  • Budlong family establishes scholarship at NCTC
    Siblings Karen Budlong Simpson and Garth Budlong made a donation to the North Central Texas College Foundation to establish a scholarship fund to honor their mother, Betty Kirby Budlong, who began her college career at NCTC.
  • NCTC employee finishes leadership program
    North Central Texas College Human Resources Technical Specialist Lauren Eggert recently completed the United Way of Denton County Loaned Executive Program, formerly called Leaders on Loan.
  • NCTC Drama presents Disney The Lion King Jr.
    NCTC Drama presents Disney The Lion King Jr on May 4 and 11 at 7:30 PM and May 5 and 12 at 2:30 PM at the First State Bank Center for the Performing Arts on the NCTC Gainesville campus.
  • NCTC Honors hosts research symposium
    The NCTC Honors Program will be hosting the Undergraduate Research Symposium April 30 through May 2.
  • NCTC Stock Horse team crowned national champions
    The North Central Texas College Stock Horse Team was crowned Collegiate Champion at the American Stock Horse Association Collegiate Nationals, April 11-14th in Sweetwater, Texas.
  • NCTC to host human rights program
    NCTC will present the annual “Focus on Human Rights” program on Wednesday, May 1, in the Student Activities Center from 10:00 to 1:00. Students enrolled in the college humanities course, Human Rights, will be joined by a variety of local organizations to share information about the work being done to improve quality of life in our community, our state, our nation and our world.
  • Winners honored at Creative Writing Awards
    North Central Texas College honored some talented writers and poets at the annual Creative Writing Awards ceremony April 12 at the First State Bank Center for the Performing Arts on the Gainesville campus.
  • NCTC welcomes fourth graders for Farm City Week
    North Central Texas College hosted nearly 700 fourth grade students, teachers and parents from around North Texas for the annual Farm City Week on its Gainesville campus.
  • Gainesville firefighters establish scholarship
    The Gainesville Firefighters Association donated to the North Central Texas College Foundation this week to establish a scholarship fund to honor Doug Anderle, who worked as for the Gainesville Fire Department for many years. Anderle passed away in January 2016.
  • Local church hosts fishing event supporting NCTC students
    Argyle United Methodist Church hosted their 3rd Annual - Casting for a Cause fishing event on Saturday, March 30, 2019. The annual event is a fundraiser which supports both North Central Texas College scholarships for students exhibiting financial need AND the Denton Wesley Foundation - Shiloh Food Pantry, a food bank for college students at UNT, NCTC, and TWU.
  • Medal of Honor Host City establishes scholarship
    The Medal of Honor Host City Program made a donation to the North Central Texas College Foundation this week to establish a scholarship fund.
  • Marine to speak at NCTC Creative Writing Awards
    United States Marine Michael Jernigan will be the guest speaker at this year’s North Central Texas College Creative Writing Awards on April 12, 2019.
  • Medal of Honor recipient honored in Gainesville
    The Ground Forces Detachment of the Commemorative Air Force (CAF) unveiled a new addition to the Texas Medal of Honor Memorial last week.
  • April is community college month
    April is Community College Month, a campaign to raise awareness about the importance of our institutions to communities and to students.
  • NCTC coach named to hall of fame
    Regents of the North Central Texas Community College District met Monday night and kicking off a long list of recognitions and achievements, recognized Van Hedrick for being inducted into the North Texas Junior College Athletic Conference (NTJCAC) Hall of Fame.
  • Cyber program offered to college students
    This all-inclusive program, which starts in April 2019, will provide you with everything you need to build your knowledge of the foundations of cybersecurity.
  • Gene Haas machining scholarships benefit students
    In May 2017 the Gene Haas Foundation awarded a grant for $10,000 to North Central Texas College for scholarships for Machining Technology students. This semester, the last of the 11 scholarships were awarded to students enrolled in machining-based training programs at the college to help meet the growing need for trained machinists.
  • Lecture on maternal mortality to be held at NCTC
    On Monday, April 1, 2019, Dr. Patti Hamilton, Emeritus Professor of Nursing for Texas Woman’s University, will address the community on the topic of maternal mortality in Texas. We welcome all in the community to attend.
  • NCTC and Graham Chamber to host community job fair
    North Central Texas College and the Graham Chamber of Commerce invite the community to attend the Graham Community Job Fair on April 18, 2019, from 10 am to 2 pm at the NCTC Graham campus.
  • NCTC Equine Teams successful at spring shows
    Some members of the NCTC Stock Horse Team were invited by the National Reined Cow Horse Association to compete at their 2019 Celebration of Champions Horse Show in Ft Worth, Texas on February 23rd.
  • Scholarship deadline approaches at NCTC
    The scholarship application at North Central Texas College for the Summer 2019, Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 semesters is now open. The deadline to apply is April 15.
  • NCTC Foundation honors donors
    The North Central Texas College Foundation held its annual Starlite Gala Friday, honoring individuals and organizations that have given of their time and resources to further NCTC and their local communities.
  • North Central Texas Small Business Development Center named SBDC of the Year
    The North Central Texas Small Business Development Center (SBDC) was recently named SBDC of the Year by the North Texas SBDC Network.
  • NCTC Continuing Education addresses community needs through Prime Timers
    Adapting to the latest technology has become difficult, especially for senior citizens. As a result, education for older adults is more important than ever. One way that North Central Texas College’s Adult and Continuing Education Department is addressing this need is through their Prime Timers Program.
  • NCTC Intercollegiate Horse Show Team competes in first spring show
    The NCTC Intercollegiate Horse Show Team finished as Reserve Champion High Point Team at their first show of the Spring Semester, at Texas Tech.
  • NCTC presents the Erroneous Moby Dick at Black Box
    North Central Texas College Drama presents The Erroneous Moby Dick at the Denton Black Box on February 22, 23, and 24 at 7:30 PM and on February 24 at 2:30 PM.
  • NCTC Drama announces Lion King Jr. cast list
    NCTC Drama announces its cast list for Disney's The Lion King Jr.
  • NCTC to host Medal of Honor professional development training
    North Central Texas College will host the Medal of Honor Character Development Program on Thursday, March 28, on the Gainesville campus.
  • NCTC Regents call for election in May
    Regents of the North Central Texas Community College District met Monday night and called the upcoming board election to be set for May 4, 2019. There will be three positions up for election, two full terms and one unexpired term.
  • NCTC participates in Community College Day at the Capitol
    This year, 23 North Central Texas College students traveled to Austin for Community College Day at the Capitol, hosted by the Texas Association of Community Colleges (TACC) and the Texas Association of Community College Marketers (TACCM).
  • NCTC Creative Writing contest now accepting entries
    An annual event that showcases the talents of area writers and poets is now accepting entries. North Central Texas College is once again hosting the NCTC Creative Writing Contest.
  • Achieving the Dream resources available
    Achieving the Dream resources are available to students, staff, faculty and community members of NCTC. With these resources, you can get updates on what’s new with ATD and with higher education.
  • Springtime is Prime Time to learn something new
    Ready to learn something new? Adult and Continuing Education (ACE), the non-credit division of North Central Texas College, is proud to announce the release of its spring Prime Timers brochure.
  • NCTC offers ESL classes
    The Adult and Continuing Education (ACE) department of North Central Texas College invites adults in Cooke and Denton Counties to sign up for English as a Second Language (ESL) classes.
  • Take online real estate courses when you want, where you want
    With employment of real estate brokers and sales agents projected to grow by at least six percent in the next seven years (bls.gov), one college is making it even easier for people to become licensed agents. Adult and Continuing Education (ACE), the non-credit division of North Central Texas College, in partnership with 360training, has just launched a variety of online real estate courses available to aspiring agents across the country.
  • Fishing event to raise money for scholarships
    Argyle United Methodist Church will host their 3rd Annual Casting for a Cause fishing event on Saturday, March 30, 2019.
  • New Interiors Revealed
    Bates & Martin Architects unveil new interior renderings for the First State Bank Exchange at North Central Texas College Everyone from Denton City Officials to NCTC staff and faculty to hundreds of prospective students for the Fall 2019 opening have been privy to the terrific exterior [...]
  • The FSB Exchange Fact Sheet
    We get tons of questions daily about this exciting new development. Whether you're a student, parent or neighbor, it’s good to know the facts. Here are some we have compiled: The Exchange will be located in the former Denton Record Chronicle building at 316 E. Hickory Street. The [...]
  • Graduates honored at Fall 2018 Commencement
    North Central Texas College hosted a commencement ceremony on December 14 at the Gainesville campus to honor the Fall 2018 graduates.
  • NCTC seeks nominations from community
    North Central Texas College is seeking nominations for the F.M. Hemphill Distinguished Alumni Award and the Ed Wright Community Service Award.
  • We'll be seeing you
    NCTC’s Denton task Force has established a calendar of events to provide answers, information and assistance to as many Denton-area residents as possible. Here are a few of our upcoming events … join us and get your questions answered asap. NCTC is a partner and sponsor in several [...]
  • How Community College Saved My Life
    It isn’t often that I tell the story of how attending community college may have saved my life (or at least my future), but I feel compelled to share. My hope is that somehow my story illustrates how critically important the role of community college education is in our country and how vitally important the personnel who work at these institutions are in helping to shape the futures of citizens in this country.
  • NCTC Graham offers first HVAC class
    The North Central Texas College Graham campus is offering its first Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) class this semester.
  • SBDC adds new Senior Business Advisor
    Starting August 1 in the 2018 Fall Semester, Britt Krhovjak became the new senior business advisor for the North Central Texas Small Business Development Center (SBDC).
  • NCTC Foundation honors donors, scholarship recipients
    The North Central Texas College Foundation celebrated the accomplishments of students and the donors who helped provide scholarships for those students at the annual Donors and Scholars Breakfast Friday at Lions Fieldhouse on the NCTC Gainesville campus.
  • NCTC faculty participate in leadership conference
    NCTC Faculty members Dr. Pat Ledbetter, Robin Cole-Jett, Amy Whiting, Chris McGinty, Adam Ramsey and Jane England recently attended the 38th Texas Community College Teachers Association (TCCTA) Leadership Conference in San Antonio, Texas.
  • NCTC Stock Horse Team Crowned Champions
    The North Central Texas College Stock Horse Team wrapped up three days of competition at the Western Horseman Stock Horse World Show, October 26 through 28, where they took home the World Champion Title.
  • NCTC to host sustainability lecture
    The English, Speech, and Foreign Language department at North Central Texas College will be hosting a special lecture event featuring local business owner, James Combs.
  • NCTC Drama presents spooky play
    North Central Texas College Drama is gearing up for their Halloween show, “Spook”, directed by NCTC Chair of the Visual and Performing Arts Department Thom Talbott.
  • NCTC Equine teams start season strong
    The 2018-2019 NCTC Stock Horse Team came out riding strong on their first outing as a team in Bryan, Texas at the Stock Horse of Texas Association's first Collegiate Competition of the year. After a long-fought battle with Texas Tech, NCTC settled for Reserve Champion Division I Team.
  • NCTC professor establishes scholarship
    North Central Texas College Professor Dr. Pat Ledbetter has established a memorial scholarship to honor her late husband Dr. Bill Ledbetter.
  • Events scheduled for Great Hanging commemoration
    On October 6, 2018, the North Central Texas College (NCTC) Social Science Department and the Great Hanging Memorial Foundation (GHMF) will present a series of programs exploring the Civil War turmoil in Cooke County that led to the execution of forty-two men.
  • NCTC to co-sponsor higher education conference
    The West Texas Assessment Conference Committee recently announced the formation of an exciting new partnership between Texas Tech University, Angelo State University, the University of North Texas, North Central Texas College, Texas A&M University – Central Texas, Texas A&M International University, and West Texas A&M University.
  • NCTC professors chosen as Faculty Fellows
    Recently, past President of TCCTA and NCTC professor of English Jane England started working as the TCCTA Campus Representative for Corinth and Flower Mound, and collaborated with Dr. Wallace and NCTC Provost Dr. Andrew Fisher to select NCTC’s first two Faculty Fellows. They selected government professor Adam Ramsey and Director of Instrumental Studies Chris McGinty.
  • NCTC Regents Approve Tax Rate
    Regents of the North Central Texas Community College District met Monday night and approved the 2018 – 2019 Proposed Tax Rate.
  • NCTC honor student receives transfer scholarship
    Itzel Tapia graduated from North Central Texas College in May 2018 with her Associate of Science Degree and received a Terry Foundation Scholarship for Transfer Students.
  • NCTC Police train with new tactical training equipment
    With the help of the Gainesville Sheriff’s Office, the North Central Texas College Police Department held an in-house training for its officers last Friday, utilizing new equipment called StressVest.
  • NCTC, SMU receive National Science Foundation grant
    North Central Texas College (NCTC) and Southern Methodist University (SMU) are collaborating on a 3-year, $1 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF).
  • NCTC offers AAS in Horticulture
    NCTC Regents recently approved an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Degree in Horticulture, to begin in the Fall 2018 semester.
  • Aubrey invites small businesses to get on the T.R.A.I.N. to success
    Small business owners in the Aubrey area are invited to attend a free event to find out how to get the training and resources needed to stay competitive in their industries. North Central Texas College Adult and Continuing Education (ACE) will make its next T.R.A.I.N. stop Wednesday, July 18th, from 10 am to 3 pm at the Aubrey Area Library, 226 Countryside Drive.
  • NCTC faculty attend Great Teaching Round Up
    NCTC full-time faculty member Robert Burton and adjuncts Jeremy Brannon and Carrie Adamson-Riefler recently attended the Texas Community College Teachers Association’s “Great Teaching Round Up” held at the YO Ranch Hotel in Kerrville Texas.
  • NCTC joins Achieving the Dream
    North Central Texas College (NCTC) announced at a Tuesday night Board of Regents Meeting it has joined the 2018 Achieving the Dream (ATD) Cohort, a network of more than 220 colleges in 41 states dedicated to improving student success.
  • NCTC Surg Tech celebrates 15 years
    The North Central Texas College Surgical Technology Program turns 15 years old this year. A little known technical program, Surgical Technology is a one-year certificate program that prepares the student to assume the responsibilities of a Surgical Technologist, participating in all aspects of preparing and monitoring instruments and procedures in the sterile operating room environment. Only 24 students per year can be admitted into NCTC’s program.
  • NCTC Announces Honor Lists for Spring 2018
    North Central Texas College announced this week its official listings of students recognized for outstanding academic achievement during the recently concluded Spring 2018 semester.
  • Summertime is prime time to learn something new
    Adult and Continuing Education (ACE), the non-credit division of North Central Texas College, is proud to announce the release of its summer Prime Timers schedule.
  • NCTC, First State Bank partner for Downtown Denton Center
    North Central Texas College and First State Bank held a reutilization and naming ceremony Thursday for the college’s new downtown Denton location, The First State Bank Exchange at North Central Texas College.
  • NCTC offers summer camp for kids
    Adult and Continuing Education (ACE), the non-credit division of North Central Texas College, invites kids aged six to 14 to participate in this summer’s Kids College of Fun. ACE will be offering classes at both the NCTC Gainesville and Corinth campuses starting in June.
  • NCTC launches Childcare Reimbursement Program
    The Career Services Center (CSC) at North Central Texas College (NCTC) has launched a new program that reimburses a portion of childcare costs to those who are searching for a job or seeking to develop their employability skills.
  • NCTC closer to Downtown Denton Campus
    Regents of the North Central Texas Community College District took another step toward establishing a Downtown Denton campus at Monday’s meeting. They approved a resolution authorizing the execution and delivery of a lease-purchase contract for the district’s use of leased property as an educational facility.
  • NCTC, Austin College sign transfer agreement
    North Central Texas College Chancellor Dr. Brent Wallace and Austin College President Steven O’Day, J.D. signed a memorandum of understanding for transfer credits this month.
  • Fore family establishes scholarship at NCTC
    Siblings Karla Metzler and Todd Fore have established a scholarship fund at North Central Texas College to honor their parents and the importance of education that their parents instilled in them.
  • NCTC Alumna named Texas Tech Masked Rider
    North Central Texas College Alumna Lyndi Starr was recently named the Masked Rider at Texas Tech University, the universities official mascot.
  • NCTC Tennis finishes in top 10 at Nationals
    North Central Texas College Tennis Coach Brian Waddell, in his 10th season as the head women’s tennis coach at the college, took his team to the 2018 NJCAA Women’s Tennis Nationals in Waco, Texas.
  • Graduates honored at Spring 2018 Commencement
    North Central Texas College hosted two commencement ceremonies on May 11 at the Gainesville campus to honor the Spring 2018 graduates.
  • NCTC establishes Spanish honor society
    North Central Texas College has established a Spanish honor society. The Sociedad Honoraria de La Lengua Española is a Spanish honor society for 2-year institutions aimed at recognizing excellence in students at the early levels of their Spanish learning.
  • NCTC Surgical Technology student receives scholarship
    North Central Texas College Surgical Technology student Amy Burr has received a $500 scholarship from the Accreditation Review Council on Education in Surgical Technology and Surgical Assisting (ARC/STSA).
  • NCTC machining instructor honored with memorial scholarship
    A scholarship has been established at North Central Texas College in memory of Wilton “Willie” E. Knight. Knight was a machining instructor for NCTC from 1997 to 2010, and was instrumental in reinstating the machining program for the college.
  • NCTC Chancellor receives top honor
    North Central Texas College Chancellor Dr. Brent Wallace was awarded the Phi Theta Kappa Shirley B. Gordon Award of Distinction, the honor society’s most prestigious award for college presidents.
  • NCTC recognized by Medal of Honor Host City Program
    Medal of Honor Host City Program President Tommy Moore was present for Monday night’s North Central Texas College Board of Regents meeting.
  • NCTC chosen as student government host school
    Thirteen students from North Central Texas College attended the annual Texas Junior College Student Government Association State (TJCSGA) Convention in Austin, Texas, where NCTC was named the Region II Host School for 2018-2019.
  • NCTC Alumna creates art for new building
    North Central Texas College Alumna Desiree Drattlo created two art pieces for the brand new Industrial Technology Center on the NCTC Bowie campus.
  • NCTC Agriculture students place at conference
    NCTC Agriculture students competed this month at the Agricultural Consortium of Texas/Texas Junior College Agriculture Association Conference, bringing home several awards.
  • NCTC Nursing partners with First Refuge Ministries
    The North Central Texas College Licensed Vocational Nursing Program has a new clinical site, First Refuge Ministries of Denton, Texas.
  • NCTC Horticulture to host plant sale
    The North Central Texas College Horticulture Program will be hosting a plant sale on Saturday, April 21 from 10 am to noon at the Henry Spaeth Agriculture Building on the Gainesville campus.
  • NCTC holds annual human rights event
    North Central Texas College will present its annual “Focus on Human Rights” program on Wednesday, April 25, in the Student Activities Center on the Gainesville campus from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm. 
  • TWU, NCTC and Denton ISD partner to increase nurses, teachers in North Texas
    Leaders at Texas Woman's University, North Central Texas College and the Denton Independent School District today signed innovative agreements aimed at enhancing the talent pool of nurses and teachers in Denton and Cooke counties and elsewhere. The agreements allow students to earn degrees more quickly and at lower cost while curbing administrative costs at the institutions.
  • Atmos Energy announces NCTC scholarship
    Representatives from Atmos Energy announced that they are starting the Atmos Energy Scholarship, benefiting students attending the North Central Texas College (NCTC) Bowie campus and taking Industrial Technology courses.
  • Local libraries host Dungeons and Dragons game night
    The Cooke County Library and the North Central Texas College (NCTC) library are hosting a Dungeons and Dragons game night Thursday, April 19, from 3:50 pm to 5 pm on the NCTC Gainesville campus in the library (1400 Building.)
  • Firefighters wanted for certification course
    Adult and Continuing Education (ACE), the non-credit division of North Central Texas College, invites local firefighters to take part in its upcoming Driver/Operator-Pumper certification course.
  • NCTC employees participate in state teachers' convention
    Several North Central Texas College (NCTC) employees attended and participated in the recent Texas Community College Teachers Association (TCCTA) convention held in Frisco, Texas.
  • Crump named Professor Emeritus
    North Central Texas College Chancellor Dr. Brent Wallace announced Monday night at the Board of Regents meeting that NCTC Professor Jim Crump would be named Professor Emeritus.
  • Local woman honored with memorial scholarship
    A scholarship has been established at North Central Texas College in memory of Janell Kupper. Janell’s husband Jimmy Kupper and family friend Matt VanBaale have established the Janell Kupper Memorial scholarship as a way of honoring Janell and continuing her legacy of helping others.
  • Fishing event raises money for scholarships
    The North Central Texas College Denton County Foundation held its second annual Casting for a Cause event this month. The family fishing event is geared toward children, with prizes for biggest and smallest fish and door prizes.
  • SBDC offers free Government Contracting course
    The North Central Texas Small Business Development Center (SBDC) will host the first of four, one-day, government contracting courses on Tuesday, April 3, from 11am to 1pm at North Central Texas College’s Corinth campus. The class is free and open to the public.
  • NCTC employee named President-Elect of Texas TRIO Association
    Nancy Zamora, North Central Texas College TRIO Coordinator, was recently chosen as the President-Elect for the Texas TRIO Association.
  • NCTC Foundation Gala honors donors
    The North Central Texas College Foundation held its annual Starlite Gala Saturday, honoring individuals and organizations that have given of their time and resources to further NCTC and their local communities.
  • NCTC Regents approve addition of Cross Country Team
    Regents of the North Central Texas Community College District met Monday night and approved the addition of a Men’s and Women’s Cross Country team for Fall 2018.
  • NCTC Stock Horse Team earns championship title
    The North Central Texas College Stock Horse Team brought home the championship from the 2018 National Reined Cow Horse Association (NRCHA) Celebration of Champions.
  • T.R.A.I.N. puts small businesses on track to success
    Adult and Continuing Education (ACE), the non-credit division of North Central Texas College, invites small business owners in the Justin area in need of training and other resources to hop on board the ACE T.R.A.I.N. Wednesday, February 21, from 10 am to 3 pm at the Justin Economic Development Corporation located at 117 West 4th St. in Justin.
  • Families donate bus to NCTC Softball Program
    The families of three North Central Texas College Softball players that lost their lives in a bus accident in 2014 returned to the college campus today to donate a new bus to the NCTC Softball program in memory of their daughters.
  • NCTC student selected to visit NASA this February
    Samantha Boie a North Central Texas College student in Corinth has been selected to travel to NASA’s Johnson Space Center this winter to participate in the NASA Community College Aerospace Scholars (NCAS) onsite experience.
  • Humanities class asks help from community
    Throughout the spring semester, the North Central Texas College Social Science Division invites the community to join an academic humanities course focusing on the human rights movement. The class will meet on Mondays and Wednesdays in Room 803 on the Gainesville campus from 11:00 am until 12:20 pm, beginning in January and ending May 9. The public is invited to attend any one or all of the sessions free of charge.
  • Free GED classes for Cooke County residents
    NCTC Adult and Continuing Education is offering free GED classes to Cooke County residents. The GED certification course, offered in both English and Spanish, is designed for adults who do not have a high school diploma.
  • NCTC announces honor lists for Fall 2017 semester
    North Central Texas College announced this week its official listings of students recognized for outstanding academic achievement during the recently concluded Fall 2017 semester.
  • Free ESL classes offered for Cooke County residents
    Adult and Continuing Education (ACE), the non-credit division of North Central Texas College, is offering free English as a Second Language (ESL) classes to adult residents of Cooke County.
  • NCTC Board approves naming of Gainesville Career Technology Center
    Regents of the North Central Texas Community College District met Monday night and approved the naming of the Career Technology Center (CTC) on the Gainesville campus after B-29 Investments.
  • Free Medal of Honor program hosted for local teachers
    The Medal of Honor Character Development Program will be held Friday, February 16, 2018 from 8:30 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. in the North Central Texas College Leo and Mabel Scott Health Science Building.
  • Graduates honored at Fall 2017 Commencement
    North Central Texas College hosted two commencement ceremonies on December 15 at the Gainesville campus to honor the Fall 2017 graduates.
  • NCTC faculty attend national humanities conference
    Four of North Central Texas College’s faculty, Crystal Wright, Pat Ledbetter, Robin Cole-Jett and Jane England, recently attended the Community College Humanities Association (CCHA) national convention held in Baltimore, Maryland.
  • NCTC ACE is tops in community college engagement
    Adult and Continuing Education (ACE), the non-credit division of North Central Texas College, scored a win at this year’s Texas Workforce Conference for its innovation in meeting the training needs of local employers.
  • Local couple endows scholarship at NCTC
    Retired Brigadier General Michael Cates and his wife Linda have established an endowed scholarship for students of North Central Texas College.
  • NCTC Board of Regents hears student stories
    Regents of the North Central Texas Community College District heard from several members of the new NCTC Elite Team Monday night.
  • NCTC to co-host job fair
    There will be a Denton Community Job Fair held Thursday November 30 at the Denton Civic Center from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM.
  • NCTC Foundation honors donors and scholarship recipients
    The North Central Texas College Foundation celebrated the accomplishments of students and the donors who helped provide scholarships for those students at the annual Donors and Scholars Breakfast Friday at Lions Fieldhouse on the NCTC Gainesville campus.
  • NCTC Creative Writing contest now accepting entries
    An annual event that showcases the talents of area writers and poets is now accepting entries. North Central Texas College is once again hosting the NCTC Creative Writing Contest.
  • NCTC invites community to Vietnam War presentation
    North Central Texas College invites all members of the community to come out for a special presentation on the Vietnam War on December 7th from 9:30-11 AM.
  • NCTC ACE to unveil Mobile Go Center in Corinth
    Adult and Continuing Education (ACE), the non-credit division of North Central Texas College, invites the public to the unveiling of the new Mobile Go Center in Corinth on Tuesday, November 28th.
  • NCTC celebrates opening of new Veteran's Lounge
    NCTC recently celebrated the opening of its new Veteran's Lounge on the Corinth Campus.
  • NCTC ACE to unveil new Mobile Go Center
    Adult and Continuing Education (ACE), the non-credit division of North Central Texas College, invites the public to the unveiling of their new Mobile Go Center.
  • NCTC to host program on Cold War and the Middle East
    North Central Texas College invites the public to attend “The Middle East and its Cold War Legacy,” a program presented by Dr. Nancy L. Stockdale, Associate Professor of Middle Eastern History at the University of North Texas.
  • NCTC Stock Horse Team Named Reserve World Champion
    The North Central Texas College Stock Horse Team recently competed at the 2017 Stock Horse of Texas (SHOT) World championship Show.
  • Local Celebrities Dance for Scholarships
    The Rotary Club of Bowie and the North Central Texas College Montague County Foundation teamed up to host their 3rd Annual Dancing to the Stars Competition, modeled after the popular television program “Dancing With the Stars.”
  • NCTC moves forward on downtown Denton campus
    Regents of the North Central Texas Community College District approved the publication of notice of intent to enter into a lease-purchase contract for the District’s use of leased property as an educational facility.
  • NCTC’s Amy Luttmer named 2017 Coca-Cola Leaders of Promise
    Amy Luttmer from North Central Texas College in Gainesville, Texas, is one of 207 Phi Theta Kappa members named a 2017 Coca-Cola Leaders of Promise Scholar and will receive a $1,000 scholarship.
  • NCTC faculty participate in leadership conference
    On September 29-30, 2017, four NCTC Faculty members attended the 37th Texas Community College Teachers Association Leadership Conference in Georgetown, Texas.
  • Events scheduled for Great Hanging Commemoration
    On October 14, 2017, the North Central Texas College (NCTC) Social Science Department, the Great Hanging Memorial Foundation, and Datalus Films will present a full day of activities commemorating the historical event known as the Great Hanging of 1862.
  • Mini-golf tournament raises money for scholarships
    Community members, business leaders, school administrators and students came together to participate in the 15th Annual North Central Texas College Denton County Foundation Miniature Golf Tournament, raising money for scholarships for Denton County students.
  • NCTC reaches record enrollment
    Regents of the North Central Texas Community College District heard an enrollment update Monday at their monthly meeting from Vice Chancellor of Student Services Dr. O. John Maduko.
  • Spring 2018 scholarship deadline approaching for NCTC
    The deadline at North Central Texas College to apply for scholarships for the Spring 2018 semester is October 15, 2017.
  • NCTC course on Cold War open to the public
    This course, “Cold War: Burning Questions” is part of the Adult and Continuing Education program at North Central Texas College, and is open to all interested members of the community.
  • NCTC Board appoints Wallace to Chancellor
    Regents of the North Central Texas Community College District held a special meeting Thursday morning to review the contract of NCTC President Dr. G. Brent Wallace.
  • NCTC and the Josey Institute host Sustainability Faire
    On September 21, 2017, North Central Texas College and the Josey Institute of Agroecology will co-sponsor a forum on climate change and a sustainability faire.
  • NCTC Honor Student receives full ride transfer scholarship
    Raegan Larussa graduated from North Central Texas College in May 2017 with her Associate of Arts Degree and received a Terry Foundation Scholarship for Transfer Students.
  • NCTC Drama auditions for fall production
    The North Central Texas College Drama Department is hosting auditions for their fall production of “4:48 Psychosis.”
  • NCTC Board votes not to raise taxes
    Regents of the North Central Texas Community College District kicked off their August meeting with discussion of the 2017 – 2018 Proposed Tax Rate at the NCTC Board Meeting Monday night.
  • NCTC Petroleum Technology welcomes oilfield workers seeking college degree
    The Petroleum Technology Program at North Central Texas College prepares students for entry-level careers in various sectors of the industry.
  • NCTC Division Chair attends TCCTA conference
    NCTC Social Science Division Chair/History and Humanities Professor Crystal Wright recently attended a TCCTA conference in San Antonio, Texas.
  • NCTC administrator attends Rural Community College Alliance Day
    North Central Texas College Associate Vice President of Strategic Partnerships Dr. Emily Klement recently returned from the Rural Community College Alliance (RCCA) Day on the Hill event in Washington, DC. on July 18.
  • Cold War presentation to be held at NCTC
    On July 27, 2017, the Adult and Continuing Education division at North Central Texas College will offer a presentation on the Cold War led by Professors James Jones and Pat Ledbetter.
  • NCTC to offer welding classes in partnership with Bowie ISD
    North Central Texas College is offering special Welding classes for the Fall 2017 semester at the Bowie High School Ag Building, open to all Montague County residents.
  • NCTC Cosmetology hosts hair bootcamp for dads
    The North Central Texas College Cosmetology Department is hosting their first annual Hair Daddy Bootcamp next week.
  • Newest NCTC Regents sworn in
    Dick Haayen and Jerry Don Henderson were sworn in as Regents of the North Central Texas Community College District Board at the NCTC Board Meeting Monday night.
  • NCTC Alumni Spotlight
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  • NCTC announces honors lists for Spring 2017
    NCTC announced this week its official listings of students recognized for outstanding academic achievement during the recently concluded Spring 2017 semester.
  • NCTC faculty member chosen for international education seminar
    Dr. Rochelle Gregory was recently chosen to serve at the Fulbright International Education Administrators Seminar in Germany next year.
  • NCTC Drama presents Disney's "The Little Mermaid"
    North Central Texas College Drama is gearing up for their Summer musical, Disney’s “The Little Mermaid."
  • NCTC Regents hold May meeting
    Regents of the North Central Texas Community College District heard an update on the Completion Center Monday night from Completion Center Manager Amy Klohn.
  • NCTC to offer welding classes in partnership with Bowie ISD
    North Central Texas College is offering special Welding classes this summer at the Bowie High School Ag Building.
  • NCTC receives grant to launch Welding in Montague County
    NCTC is one of ten community colleges across the State that has been awarded a Jobs and Education for Texans (JET) grant, which will fund Welding courses in Montague County.
  • Graduates honored at Spring 2017 Commencement
    North Central Texas College hosted two commencement ceremonies on May 12 at the Gainesville campus to honor the Spring 2017 graduates.
  • NCTC honor society brings home multiple awards
    The NCTC Psi Iota chapter of the international honor society Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) traveled to Nashville last month for the PTK Catalyst Annual Conference where they received multiple awards.
  • PTK Induction recognizes academic excellence
    The NCTC Psi Iota chapter of the international honor society Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) inducted 131 new members in a ceremony Monday night.
  • NCTC Gainesville to host Human Rights event
    North Central Texas College will present the annual “Focus on Human Rights” program on Wednesday, April 26, in the Student Activities Center from 10:00 to 1:00.
  • Long-Time Gainesville resident receives gift from community members
    NCTC Prime Timer Instructor Doug Lillard presented long-time Gainesville resident Lilton Lawson with a computer in the Beginning Computers II class.
  • North Central Texas College to host Socrates Café
    All are invited to attend a Socrates Café with internationally distinguished speaker and author Christopher Phillips.
  • NCTC Dual Credit continues to grow
    The NCTC Board of Regents heard an update on Dual Credit Monday night from Associate Vice President of Strategic Partnerships Dr. Emily Klement.
  • North Central Texas SBDC Director named
    The North Texas Small Business Development Center (NTSBDC) and North Central Texas College (NCTC) has named Brad Bunt to the North Central Texas SBDC Director’s position.
  • NCTC Faculty attend Community College Day
    NCTC faculty members traveled to Austin to attend the TCCTA annual convention and to participate in the biennial TCCTA Community College Day at the Capitol.
  • NCTC Foundation Gala honors donors
    The North Central Texas College Foundation held it’s annual Starlite Gala Saturday, honoring individuals and organizations that have given of their time and resources to further NCTC and their local communities.
  • NCTC and Innovate Flower Mound to host Employment Day
    The NCTC Flower Mound Campus and Innovate Flower Mound will be hosting an Employment Day on Tuesday, March 7th at Innovate Flower Mound.
  • Scholarship deadline approaches at NCTC
    The deadline at NCTC to apply for scholarships for the Summer 2017, Fall 2017 and Spring 2018 semesters is April 15.
  • Cast list announced for "The Twits"
    The cast list for NCTC Drama's upcoming play, "The Twits," has been announced.
  • Phi Theta Kappa is currently seeking new members
    Membership in Phi Theta Kappa is absolutely worth it, regardless of who you are and what your goal is! PTK offers something for everyone.
  • Cast list announced for "The Little Mermaid"
    The cast list for NCTC Drama's "The Little Mermaid" has been announced.
  • NCTC Regents approve faculty contract renewals
    The North Central Texas College Board of Regents met Monday afternoon for their monthly meeting.
  • NCTC Equestrian Team finishes with top honors
    Members of the NCTC Equestrian teams traveled to Texas Tech University this month to compete in the Texas Tech Intercollegiate Horse Show.
  • From the Office of the President
    To our NCTC family and our community -
  • NCTC announces honors lists for Fall 2016 semester
    NCTC announced its official listings of students recognized for outstanding academic achievement during the recently concluded Fall 2016 semester.
  • Construction projects under way for North Central Texas College
    The North Central Texas College Board of Regents met Monday night and heard an update from the Buildings Subcommittee.
  • NCTC Creative Writing Contest now accepting entries
    An annual event that showcases the talents of area writers and poets is now accepting entries.
  • Gospel concert set to honor Martin Luther King, Jr.
    The Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration Committee and NCTC Multicultural Outreach Committee will co-sponsor a Gospel Music Concert on January 14, 2017.
  • NCTC students go beyond petroleum
    Students in the Petroleum Technology program have completely redesigned the tool cage in the Petroleum Technology lab with the help of their instructors and a brand new process.
  • NCTC Instructor designs museum exhibit and finds historic treasures
  • NCTC partners with TWU to further Health Science Education in North Texas
    NCTC President Dr. Brent Wallace, along with TWU Chancellor and President, Dr. Carine Feyten announced an official partnership between the two colleges.
  • NCTC celebrates opening of Leo and Mabel Scott Health Science Center
    The Grand Opening of the new Leo and Mabel Scott Health Science Center was held recently on North Central Texas College's Gainesville campus.
  • All clear after lock down on NCTC Corinth campus
    NCTC Police gave the all clear after a lock down on NCTC Corinth campus.
  • Tickets on sale now for NCTC's new musical drama
    The NCTC Visual and Performing Arts department presents Tapestry, a musical drama based on the life of Martin Luther and the 16th Century Reformation.
  • Registration continues for 2016 Spring Semester
    It is not too late to get registered for classes for the Spring 2016 semester at North Central Texas College, but there are several important deadlines of which students need to be made aware.
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