Registration for the spring 2015 semester is currently underway at Northeast Texas Community College. Students may also register for the holiday intersession term.
Intersession courses run Dec. 15 through Jan. 5. These intensive online classes allow dedicated students to earn full college credit in about two weeks. Learn more about these classes at www.ntcc.edu/intersession. The regular spring 2015 semester begins on Monday, Jan. 12.
Current students may sign up for classes online via the MyEagle portal at mycampus.ntcc.edu. New students should fill out an application for admission and complete a financial aid application as soon as possible. Instructions are available at www.ntcc.edu/apply.
“Some people may not know that you can start NTCC as a new student in the spring. There is no reason to wait until next fall,” Jeanni Pruitt, NTCC Director of College Connection, said. “Potential students can stop by to speak with an advisor during regular business hours or start the application process online anytime.”
Pruitt says that most returning students can register online without having to meet with an advisor. “Most of our students should be able to register online at their convenience. It is a good idea to get this taken care of before the end of the fall semester. This allows you to choose the courses you need with the instructors your prefer. It also saves time by beating the last-minute rush,” she said.
Students who have yet to complete their first semester will need to meet with an advisor before registering for classes. Limited campus housing will be available for the spring semester for those who are interested. Visit www.ntcc.edu to view schedules, apply online, learn about program offerings and more.