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What is Midlothian Higher Education Center?


Posted on September 24, 2015, By Midlothian Higher Education Center Located in the heart of Midlothian, and only 30 minutes from the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, the Midlothian Higher Education Center (MHEC) offers aspiring and returning students a wide variety of ...

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Reverend Girton-Mitchell Delivers an Inspiring Speech at the Navarro College Third Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Breakfast

Reverend Brenda Girton-Mitchell delivers an inspiring speech

Corsicana, TX – January 20, 2016 – Reverend Dr. Brenda Girton-Mitchell delivered an inspiring speech to over 200 attendees at the third annual Martin Luther King, Jr. breakfast at Navarro College in Corsicana, TX. The breakfast event was held at ...

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Dancing for Our Stars Helps Fund Scholarships for Students


Sunday, January 17, 2016 6:00 am From Daily Sun Staff Reports The Navarro College Foundation is proud to present the 2015/16 annual fundraiser, Dancing for Our Stars. Based on the popular television show, Dancing for the Stars, this year’s event ...

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Notice of Special Board Meeting on January 21, 2016

board of trustees meeting

The Board of Trustees will conduct a special meeting this Thursday, January 21, 2016.  Please click on the link below for the full agenda. Board of Trustees Agenda – January 21, 2016 (PDF)

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Rev. Girton-Mitchell, Guest Speaker for Navarro College MLK Breakfast 2016


Posted: Tuesday, January 12, 2016 6:00 am From Daily Sun Staff Reports For the past two years, the Martin Luther King, Jr. breakfast at Navarro College has been a wonderful tribute to the work Dr. King accomplished during his lifetime, ...

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Social Responsibility in Action at Navarro College


December 18, 2015 – Corsicana, TX – Instilling social and personal responsibility into the lives of students is an important part of the mission of Navarro College. Philosophy professor, Dr. Carey Ford, is putting this focus into action in his ...

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Navarro College Students Help Save Historic Cemetery in Ellis County

Members of Navarro College's Que Pasa club presented more than $500 in donations to Ellis County Historic Commission member and club member Ty Hall on Thursday. These funds will be used toward the purchase of tools to keep the cemetery free of overgrowth and possibly for gravestone restoration at the Walnut Springs Cemetery near Ferris.

By ANDREW BRANCA Daily Light Staff Writer Posted Nov. 14, 2015 at 5:27 PM Updated Nov 14, 2015 at 5:29 PM Young Navarro College students have been working to preserve an old cemetery near Ferris. Ty Hall, one of the ...

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