Northeast Texas Community College is located in a beautiful rural setting near the Chapel Hill community. The campus is situated on 375 acres centrally located among the county seats of Daingerfield, Pittsburg, and Mount Pleasant.
The campus is easily accessible for all residents of the Camp, Morris and Titus County college district. The campus includes the Math/Science Building, the Humanities Building, the Business Technology Building, the Industrial Technology Buildings, the Learning Resource Center, the Student Union Building, the Administration Building, the University and Health Science Center, the Industrial Regional Technology Center, the Criminal Justice Center and the Residence Hall. The Physical Fitness Annex with a Nautilus weight room, baseball and softball fields, a rodeo arena, and three tennis courts are also available.
The Jim and Elizabeth Whatley Center for the Performing Arts, completed in the fall of 1991, features a theatre with a modern instructional stage and seating for 570. The lobby area doubles as an art gallery for student and visiting art shows, and the building includes theatre and music classrooms.