North Central Texas College is dedicated to student success and institutional excellence.
NCTC was officially established May 20, 1924 — making it the oldest continuously operating two-year college in Texas today! Originally named Gainesville Junior College, the school was founded by Randolph Lee Clark, a man with a family legacy in higher education and a true pioneer of public community college education in Texas.
Six Campus Locations
Our six campuses are located throughout North Texas in Bowie, Corinth, Denton (NEW for FALL 2019), Flower Mound, Gainesville, and Graham. Each campus is a thriving learning environment with expert faculty and an exhilarating student life that is surrounded by a flourishing community. The degrees and courses available vary depending on the campus, so call or pay a visit if you have any questions.
Find your campus: http://www.nctc.edu/visit/index.html
Visit a campus: http://www.nctc.edu/visit/campus-tours.html
Questions about North Central Texas College programs, courses and services described in this publication
may call (940)668-7731 or visit our website at nctc.edu.
North Central Texas College Board of Regents:
Karla Metzler, Chairman
Dick Haayen, Vice Chairman
Christy Morris, Secretary
Jerry Don Henderson, Member
Erica Sullivan, Member
Matt Chalmers, Member
Jon Grime, Member
North Central Texas College President and CEO:
Dr. G. Brent Wallace
North Central Texas College is dedicated to student success
And institutional excellence.
North Central Texas College is accountable to its students, colleagues, and the community
and holds the following values to be fundamental:
Affordable, Quality Education
NCTC is passionate about providing access to higher education
Our highly qualified faculty and staff and student-centered programs
and services reflect NCTC’s commitment to excellence.
Stimulating Learning Environments
NCTC fosters diverse, challenging, and engaging learning environments
to empower students to impact a global society as creative problem solvers,
critical thinkers, and dynamic leaders.
NCTC faculty, staff, and students act in an ethical, honest and responsible manner.
NCTC embraces creative ideas and challenging initiatives.
NCTC cultivates productive partnerships through teamwork, personalized attention,
and open communication.
NCTC supports students, faculty and staff by welcoming diversity and promoting
NCTC does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, religion, age, disability in employment, or the provision of services.
This Career & Technical Education and workforce product was funded by the U.S. Department of Education 2017-18 Carl D. Perkins Grant awarded to North Central Texas College