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Congratulations Nighthawks Basketball Team

The men's extramural basketball team made it to the playoffs Read More >

NLC BB Playoff 1 Feature

Congratulations Nighthawks Basketball Team

The men's extramural basketball team made it to the playoffs Read More >

Follins' First Day Feature

President Follins Engages With the College Community

Dr. Follins finishes up his first week at NLC and spends some time meeting students, faculty, and staff. Read More >

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GVEC Donates $15K to Schoolhouse Project

The $15K donation from GVEC to support the Ring the Texas Schoolhouse Bell Campaign is the largest monetary donation for the renovation project to date Read More >

President Announces Retirement

Dr. Eric Reno, Northeast Lakeview College president, announces his retirement.

Reno submitted his letter of intent to retire to the Alamo Colleges’ Chancellor’s Office on February 27 and made an announcement to employees at an all college meeting on March 1. His retirement will be effective January 6, 2014 and will come after a decade with the Alamo Colleges at Northeast Lakeview College.

“It is with a mixture of joy and sadness that I have submitted my notice of intention to retire from the Alamo Colleges, effective January 6, 2014,” says Dr. Eric Reno, Northeast Lakeview College president. “I think it only fair that I leave the best administrative position in higher education after a decade, and give someone else an opportunity to enjoy this unique and rewarding experience.”

January 2014 will be the 50th anniversary of Reno’s beginnings as a community college student, and the 40th anniversary as a community college teacher and administrator. In correspondence that was sent to employees Reno stated, “how blessed we are to spend our lives working in an environment that offers the opportunity to positively affect the lives of others in such a significant way.”
 

The process of selecting a new President will begin shortly.

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