Recognitions

May 2019 - Northeast Lakeview College Named One of 2019 Most Promising Places to work in Community College
Nineteen community colleges made the list recognized by the National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD) and Diverse. The annual award ranks institutions based on workplace diversity, staffing practices, and overall work environment. Some other factors include family-friendliness and professional development opportunities. It also recognizes commitments to diversity through best-in-class student and staff recruitment and retention practices, inclusive learning, and working environments, and meaningful community service and engagement opportunities. Click here to view the official NISOD press release

March 2019 - Northeast Lakeview College Ranked #12 by Learn.Org as a Recognized School - Study.com selected the 50 best community colleges in the nation based on several factors including school data reported by the U.S. Department of Education, the school's program offerings, student services, and campus activities. 

Northeast Lakeview College ranked 12th on this list. Read the full list and more about each school here

May 2018 – NLC Named 1 of Top 10 Most Admired Colleges and Universities
Recognized as one of the 10 Most Admired Colleges and Universities to Watch in 2018, institutions are recognized for student engagement, faculty-student ratio, teaching quality, educational and curricular facilities, events and cultural programs, career opportunities, ethical knowledge, and a wide variety of other factors. These colleges and universities were recognized in "The Knowledge Review" publication.

October 2017 - Les Germer, Coordinator of College Technology, completed his first year of the Community College Business Officers (CCBO) Leadership Academy
The Leadership Academy is a two-year program that provides an opportunity for current and aspiring community college business officers and other administrative services employees to enhance their knowledge on the various intricacies of the chief business officer leadership role. The Academy’s goal is to provide participants with the knowledge of best practices of leadership within a community college.

 October 2017 NLC Speech Professor Named Community College Educator of the Year
Barbara Mayo, assistant professor of speech, received the Community College Educator of the Year Award from the Texas Speech Communication Association (TSCA). Each district, represented by the TEA Regions, can submit a nominee. The nominees are required to submit a portfolio which includes their contribution to the organization and letters of support from students and colleagues. The nominees were announced at the TSCA luncheon, and she received her award at the President’s Reception. Mayo has held a number of different offices in TSCA including President in 2007-2008.

October 2017 NLC Advisor Named New Professional of the Year
Ahmet Aksoy, NLC Advisor, was recently named 2017 New Professional of the Year for The Texas Association of College and University Student Affairs Personnel Association (TACUSPA). He was also recognized at the October First Friday meeting as the recipient of the inaugural Staff Senate Scholarship.

May 2017 NLC Phi Theta Kappa Chapter Receives Five-Star Designation 
Congratulations to the members and the sponsors of Beta Sigma Delta Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa Honors Society for its recent recognition as a Five Star Chapter, the highest level distinction. The advisors of the NLC chapter are Dr. Dollie Hudspeth and Regina Espree. The advisors played a critical role in helping the NLC Chapter move from three to five stars in just two years.

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