• Homecoming activities set for Oct. 10-11

    Homecoming activities are set for Friday and Saturday, Oct. 10 and 11. Alumni, friends and students are welcomed to the campus to re-connect and enjoy activities. The Homecoming golf tournament sponsored by the Wolfpack baseball team has been scheduled for Sat., Oct. 4. For more information, contact Coach Clay Smith at (601) 643-8412.

  • The Write Path

    Copiah-Lincoln Community College is in the midst of a college-wide review to reaffirm its accreditation with the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) for the next ten-year period. An important part of this process is the development of a Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) designed to impact student learning. 

  • Co-Lin students receive scholarships to Ole Miss

    Eight Copiah-Lincoln Community College sophomores have received over $200,000 scholarships to the University of Mississippi.

  • Wilson named Outstanding Career-Technical Advisor

    Jackie Martin, Dean of Career, Technical and Workforce Education (left) presents Copiah-Lincoln Community College’s Outstanding Career-Technical Advisors Awards to Walt Wilson, respiratory care technology instructor on the Natchez Campus

  • Co-Lin to present Simply Swingin’ with Sinatra and Friends dinner theater

    Co-Lin will present Simply Swingin’ with Sinatra and Friends dinner theater featuring Steve Lippia and his big band on Friday, Oct. 10, at 6 p.m. at The Thames Center on the college’s Wesson Campus. The dinner theater is part of the college’s homecoming week activities.

  • Outstanding Academic Advisors

    Honored as Copiah-Lincoln Community College’s Outstanding Academic Advisors are from left, Melissa Adams, science instructor Natchez Campus; Toby Graves, social science instructor Simpson County Center; and Glenda Silverii, English instructor Wesson Campus. 

  • Redd receives Silver Cross Scholarship

    Maggie Redd of Brookhaven (left) is congratulated on receiving the Silver Cross Home Scholarship to Copiah-Lincoln Community College by Sarah Sproles Foster, vice-chairman of the board of Silver Cross Home Foundation. 

  • Co-Lin, MUW partner in Two Plus Two Culinary Arts Program

    Co-Lin and Mississippi University for Women announced a new partnership that will allow culinary arts students to receive a bachelor’s degree from The W.  The enhanced Two Plus Two program will provide a seamless transition for Co-Lin associate degree graduates in culinary arts technology to finish their four-year degree at The W.

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