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Abbott pens letter asking for tighter college campus security measures
Gov. Greg Abbott on Wednesday asked for tighter college campus security measures in a letter to Raymund A. Paredes, commissioner of the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.
NCTC set on leasing downtown space for new Denton Center
North Central Texas College officials postpone decisions on downtown Denton campus
New Mobile Go Center at North Central Texas College
A new Mobile Go Center will help North Central Texas College provide on-site job training services to area businesses.
Campus ministry giving free groceries to local college students July 28
Students from UNT, TWU and NCTC can grab free groceries at the Denton Wesley Foundation building on July 28.
North Central Texas College aiming for expansion to Denton
North Central Texas College wants to have a downtown Denton campus open by fall 2019 and is negotiating to take over the Denton Record-Chronicle building at 314 E. Hickory St.
In a year of cuts, the Texas Legislature boosted financial aid for college students
Attempts to freeze tuition may have stalled out at the Texas Legislature this year, but lawmakers did take one quiet step toward addressing college affordability: They gave the state's biggest financial aid program a boost.
Briefly: North Central Texas College
North Central Texas College will help train 244 new and current workers about new manufacturing technologies, thanks to a new $490,741 Skills Development Fund grant.