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Homecoming 2016: 70 Years of Bulldog Pride

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Alumni and students, be part of the Homecoming tradition! NC Homecoming 2016 begins Friday, October 7, and culminates on Saturday, October 8, with a Bulldog football game against Tyler Apaches. Homecoming Weekend Events Click here for more information about purchasing packages, tickets, ...

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Micronesian Community Committee presents check for scholarships

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Corsicana Daily Sun From Staff Reports October 3, 2016 The Micronesian Community Committee (MCC) recently presented Navarro College with a check for $1,730 to be added to the Harold Crouch Scholarship fund. The scholarship was established in 2010 to honor ...

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Navarro College paramedic students now offered FEMA training

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Waxahachie Daily Light by Kelsey Poynor September 28, 2016   WAXAHACHIE — Navarro College is now the first and only college in the State of Texas to offer first responders FEMA training courses for chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear or high-yield ...

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5 Reasons to Further Your Education

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Posted on August 29, 2016 by Midlothian Higher Education Considering going back to school? We’ve got you covered. You may be balancing the pros and cons of the matter, but can’t seem to quite to talk yourself in one direction. ...

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Cook Education Center a valuable asset, Navarro College celebrates 70th Anniversary

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Corsicana Daily Sun September 24, 2016 Shortly after assuming the presidency of Navarro College, Dr. Gerald Burson proposed the construction of an arts, science and technology center. This facility would serve as an educational magnet by providing year-round programs for ...

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3 Tips to Manage Life as a Working Student

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Posted on August 29, 2016 by Midlothian Higher Education A study by Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce reveals about 25 percent of working students are simultaneously employed full-time and enrolled in college full-time. People return to school ...

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4 Simple Ways to Cut College Costs

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Posted on August 29, 2016 By Midlothian Higher Education Center Applying to college can be expensive; and tuition alone is a huge sum that can greatly impact a person’s income. When you add in housing or commuting expenses, on-the-go meals ...

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Remembering Contributions of Edgar, Drane

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Corsicana Daily Sun September 18, 2016 Editor’s note: The Corsicana Daily Sun is publishing a series of article leading up to Navarro College’s 70th Anniversary celebration. Watch for more articles and events leading up to the Oct. 8 homecoming. From ...

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