Registration for Spring 2015 classes will be Tuesday, January 6, 2015 on all three Co-Lin campuses.
CO-LIN BEAUTIES - Anna Brooke Richardson of Brookhaven (center) was crowned Copiah-Lincoln Community College’s Most Beautiful at the annual Trillium Beauty Pageant.
Copiah-Lincoln Community College is currently accepting applications for the 2015-2016 Taylor Presidential Scholarship. The scholarship, established by the late Fred and Jewett Taylor of Oxford, will provide a $6,000 scholarship to a freshman student planning to attend Copiah-Lincoln’s Wesson Campus, Natchez Campus or Simpson County Center.
Computer Science Instructor Margaret Britt (right) recently conducted a training session on the college’s Canvas software.
Co-Lin will receive a $2 million TAACCCT round four grant over the next three years as part of a multi-state consortium that includes Lawson State Community College in Birmingham, Alabama (Lead Institution), Atlanta Technical College in Atlanta, Georgia, and Central Louisiana Technical Community College in Alexandria, Louisiana.
CAMPUS FAVORITES - Elected 2014-2015 Copiah-Lincoln Community College Campus Favorites are front row from left, Alisia Williams of Brookhaven, Nia Davis of Natchez, Jasmine Hall of Hazlehurst, Markeisha Rhodes of New Hebron, Ashley Kirkland of Mount Olive; back row from left, Steven Jenkins of Brookhaven, Steven Barnett of Brandon, Nick Beasley of Canton, Jordan Lumpkins of New Orleans, and Sam McCreary of Brandon.
SCHOLARSHIP RECEPIENT - Braxton Foster of Brookhaven has been awarded the Rev. M.L. Douglas Memorial Scholarship at Copiah-Lincoln Community College.
EIGHT RECEIVE BOYNE SCHOLARSHIP AT CO-LIN – Eight Copiah-Lincoln Community College Wesson campus nursing students have received a Boyne Foundation scholarship through the Co-Lin Foundation.