About NTPCUG

Contact Us

      Meet our officers and committee heads - and find out how to contact them.

Location Maps

  Maps guide you to our Second Saturday and Third Saturday meeting places.
Sponsors
  Visit the Web sites of the wonderful organizations that sponsor NTPCUG.
Sign Up (Volunteer Opportunities)
  We always need help improving the group, and we NEED YOUR TALENT!
Start a SIG
  If you don't find a SIG for your field of interest, consider starting one.
 
Membership

Join / Renew

      Fill out an application and pay dues online and be eligible for a wealth of benefits.

Member Benefits

  Members get big discounts on hardware, software, books, magazines and training materials.
Welcome Visitors
  Visitors are warmly welcomed to join in our SIG sessions and other events at no charge.
Update Member Info
  Members can update their info using a quick online form.
 
Events

Upcoming Featured Presentations

      See what special programs we have in store for you at the "Third Saturday" meeting.
Past Featured Presentations
  Review past programs.

Special Interest Groups - Alpha Listing

  Browse through the list of SIGs to find the ones that match your interests.
Special Interest Groups - By Time Schedule
  Check out the SIG schedules and plan to attend the next meeting.
Calendar
  Here's a handy calendar of Second Saturday and Third Saturday meetings.
 
News

NTPCUG Newsletter

      Check out our award-winning Newsletter. Feel free to download Newsletters or print

Newsletter Links

  Visit the Web sites of other User Groups
and check out their Newsletters
Product Reviews
  NTPCUG members review hardware, software, books and other products.
Photo Album
  Flip through the North Texas PC Users family album.
 
Support

WebBoard Forums

  Use our WebBoard Forum to exchange information, and to ask and answer questions. It's FREE!
 
Outreach

Online Resources

      Here are links to educational resources, user groups, freeware and shareware sites.

Donate Used Computers

  Used PCs and related computer equipment can frequently be recycled. With your help, underprivileged children or adults, and persons with disabilities can receive computer training that will help them get good jobs and lead better lives.