Military Advanced Education (MAE) has awarded Copiah-Lincoln Community College the designation of a Top School in its 2015 MAE Guide to Colleges & Universities, measuring best practices in military and veteran education.
Registration for mini-term on ground and online classes at all three Copiah-Lincoln Community College locations is currently underway. On ground classes will begin March 4 and end May 8. You must be enrolled by March 4 to attend.
Mississippi University for Women Chef Alexei Harrison (right) and MUW culinary student Claire Johnson of Wesson recently visited Copiah-Lincoln Community College’s Culinary Arts Technology Program.
Seven members of Co-Lin’s Blue Wave Show Band recently named the All-State Band held recently at the University of Southern Mississippi. Band members are from left, Blake Pryor of Laurel, Juanita Proffitt, Co-Lin assistant director of bands; Ethan Young of McComb, Courtney Cater of Florence, Kaylon Bennett of Brookhaven, Dylan Swain of Crystal Springs, Zach Booth of Magee, and Chris Samuels of Slidell, Louisiana.
Co-Lin’s Annual Job Fair will be held on Tuesday, March 24, in the Billy B. Thames Conference Center on the college’s Wesson campus. The free event is open to the public and presented by Co-Lin’s Career, Technical and Workforce Education Division.
Co-Lin has received a $251,310 grant from the Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Mississippi Foundation to fund the Wolfpack Wellness Initiative Part 2 on the college’s Wesson Campus through the Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Mississippi Foundation College and University Health and Wellness Initiative.
|Tue Mar 03|
CLIC A Term Ends
|Wed Mar 04|
CLIC B Term Begins
|Wed Mar 04|
MLT Club Spring Blood Drive, BSU-Wesson Campus 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
|Mon Mar 09|
|Fri Mar 13|
MSVCC Spring First Short Term Ends