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Electronic 1098-T Notification


Navarro College is offering you the opportunity to receive your 1098-T Tuition Statements electronically. If you would like to receive your 1098-T electronically, please give your consent by clicking the link provided below and following the step-by-step instructions. We recommend ...

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NC Adjunct Professor Publishes Book


Daryl Worley, Adjunct Professor of Theatre recently wrote and published a book titled, Theatre Through the Ages, An Introduction to Theatre, which is now in print through Kendall Hunt Publishing Company: His book was developed specifically for the Introduction to Theatre course and ...

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Almost, Maine


The Navarro College Theatre Department Presents: ALMOST, MAINE a Play by John Cariani Come see the play that over the last decade has taken regional theatre, Off-Broadway, college and university theatres by storm! Thursday, October 30 at 7:00 p.m. Saturday, ...

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Board of Trustees Agenda, October 16, 2014

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The Board of Trustees will conduct a public hearing on Thursday, October 16, 2014. Please click on the link below for the full agenda.   Board of Trustees Agenda – October 16, 2014

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Navarro College Partners with Owens Corning

Photo by Shelly Conlon.
Left, Kenneth Martin, the Navarro College president for the Ellis County campuses, and Kristin Walker, Navarro’s Continuing Education and Protective Services Assistant Dean, speak to each other about the college’s new job training grant. The grant will help 220 employees with Owens Corning Insulating Systems, Inc. and ASMO Manufacturing, Inc.

BY SHELLY CONLON Daily Light Digital News Editor With it’s second largest grant from the Texas Work Force Commission (TWC), Navarro College is continuing to influence the local economy by training workers in local industry. As of at least Sept. ...

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Register Now for Fall 8-Week Session


Fall 8-Week class dates: October 20 – December 13. Register online through WebAdvisor or visit your advisor to be sure the courses you take will count towards your degree. The current Fall Schedule may be viewed online here.  Search the College Catalog for ...

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Community Colleges Are a Critical Pathway to Success for Texans

Front left to right: Kay Cook, State Representative for District 8 Byron Cook, Navarro College District President Dr. Barbara Kavalier, American Honors President and Co-founder Chris Romer

Back left to right: Jim Kavalier, Lynda Housley, Navarro College Vice President of Academic Affairs Dr. Harold Housley

Community Colleges Are a Critical Pathway to Success for Texans Dr. Barbara Kavalier and Representative Byron Cook College access and success is critical for job-seekers and employers, as the share of jobs that require postsecondary education has doubled over the ...

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