NCTC & Mulberry Street Cantina
On June 1, the North Central Texas College Alumni & Friends Association was excited to partner with the Denton Young Professionals for the second time. The two groups gathered at and guests enjoyed networking and mingling. This assembly also gave those unfamiliar with NCTC’s educational and economic impact on Denton County the opportunity to learn more about the college.
North Central Texas College offers five campuses, two of which are conveniently located to service the needs of Denton county residents. NCTC has a long history in Denton County serving the educational needs of this region. We are your community college in Denton County – serving 8,000 students, and we are the number one choice for higher education for Denton County high school seniors.
In Denton County, NCTC offers health sciences, general academic courses, dual credit, business, technology, education and criminal justice programs on the Corinth and Flower Mound Campuses.
Students of all ages and with different educational goals find that the NCTC Corinth Campus is able to meet their needs. The Corinth campus offers: Nursing, Computer Networking, Science, Surgical Technology, Emergency Medical Services, Firefighting, and university transfer courses.
The Flower Mound Campus is the newest addition to the North Central Texas College District, opening in January 2011 with slightly over 800 students and a handful of staff and faculty. The campus today boasts almost 2000 students. In addition to university transfer courses and computer networking, beginning in fall 2018, students will be able to obtain a Bachelor Degree from Midwestern State University, in partnership with NCTC, without ever having to leave Flower Mound.
NCTC offers high demand workforce education and training for area business and industry including partnering with the Texas Workforce Commission to offer local industry technical training for their employees at a much reduced cost. As we develop additional industry partnerships, NCTC will need to expand its technical training facilities to meet the need for a high-skilled, high-demand workforce. In addition, we meet the community’s interest and skill gaps through the college’s Lifelong Learning Division.
NCTC believes in student success by providing customized support services such as tutoring, mentoring, career coaching, supplemental instruction and counseling. As your community college we are continually working to meet the needs of the communities we serve and the students we train. Articulation agreements with UNT & TWU offer students seamless transitions from the community college to the university, all while providing a high quality affordable education.
Ways to Get Involved:
The NCTC Foundation’s mission is to encourage external support for NCTC’s scholarships, programs, and activities that promote North Central Texas college student success and institutional excellence. Governed by a volunteer board of directors (representative of the college’s service area) the NCTC Foundation’s fundamental, long-term goal is to ensure quality education and financial stability for the college. Join us Tuesday, September 19 at Zone Action Park in Lewisville for our 15th Annual Miniature Golf Tournament. Over the last 14 years, over $160,000 in scholarship support for Denton County students has been raised by this event. For more information on how you can become a sponsor or get involved, contact Debbie Sharp at (940) 668-4213 or email@example.com.
NCTC Alumni & Friends Association
The mission of the NCTC Alumni & Friends is to connect past & future Lions to create a long-lasting NCTC community. In our over 90 years of service, NCTC has accumulated over 250,000 Lion alumni. The NCTC Alumni and Friends Association encourages graduates, former students, friends of the college, former faculty/staff and other college employees to stay in touch and to lend their continuing support of the educational, cultural, athletic and social programs of North Central Texas College. The NCTC Alumni & Friends Association is available for ALL former students, employees, and friends of the College. For more information on how you can become involved contact Amy Brown at (940)668-3346 or firstname.lastname@example.org.