Co-Lin is the place to be this summer by taking classes during the college’s Maymester and summer term sessions. Registration is currently underway at all three Co-Lin campuses.
Co-Lin has thirty-one graduates on the nursing staff at Baptist Medical Center in Jackson, Mississippi, which recently received the nation’s top honor for nursing excellence. The Magnet designation is granted by the credentialing center of the American Nurses Association and considered worldwide as the ‘ultimate seal of quality.’
Six outstanding sophomores on Co-Lin’s Wesson campus have been named to the college’s Hall of Fame, the highest honor that can be given a Co-Lin student.
Three outstanding students from Co-Lin's Natchez Campus were recently inducted into the college's Hall of Fame. Inductees are Trashone Mayes of Vidalia, Taylor Spring of Natchez, and Brian Edward Tucker of Vidalia.
Brewunta Johnson of Mendenhall and Victoria (Tori) Sullivan of Magee were recently inducted into Co-Lin’s Hall of Fame at the Simpson County Center.
Former Co-Lin head football coach Ray Ishee of Wesson will be inducted into the Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges (MACJC) Sports Hall of Fame at a banquet on the Rankin Campus of Hinds Community College.
Co-Lin will hold five graduation ceremonies May 5 – 14, 2017. Over 580 students will graduate.
Twelve Co-Lin students were recently inducted into the National Technical Honor Society on the college's Natchez Campus.
|Mon May 01|
MSVCC Grades Due for Spring Full Term, 12 p.m.
|Tue May 02|
|Wed May 03|
|Thu May 04|
|Fri May 05|
Associate Degree Nursing Pinning; Wesson Campus; 10:30 a.m.