Northeast Texas Community College (NTCC) 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 miles southeast of Mount Pleasant, the county seat.
As defined by the Texas Legislature, the official service area of NTCC comprises the following:
As a relatively modern campus with all new construction, NTCC has managed to keep all its buildings of uniform appearance – all buildings are constructed of earth-tone brick with copper-tone metal roofs.
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.
Two-year associate's degrees are offered in the fields of agriculture (NTCC operates a large demonstration farm across from the main campus), business administration, computer and information sciences, cosmetology, criminal justice, dental hygiene, emergency medical services, auto body repair, medical assistant, medical laboratory technician, physical therapist assistant, radiological sciences, mechanical power technology, nursing, and office technology. One-year certificates of competency are offered in many of the fields listed above.
NTCC students may obtain bachelor's degrees from Texas A&M University-Texarkana in the fields of teacher education and criminal justice, while taking all classes at the NTCC campus. NTCC and Texas A & M University at College Station have entered into an articulation agreement to provide a seamless transition for students who completed the Associate of Science Degree in Biomedical Science at NTCC to a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biomedical Science at Texas A & M. NTCC students must complete the A.S. degree with a 3.6 GPA, with no grades below "B" in science and math.