• Co-Lin DECA Students Propose Business Plans to Innovate Mississippi

    Co-Lin Natchez DECA members Alexia Moore of Fayette, MS, LaDarrius Walker of Woodville, MS, and Keola Herrington of Fayette, MS attend the DECA 2014 Fall Leadership Conference.

  • MCCB Board accepting applications for executive director

    The Mississipi Community College Board is currently accepting applications for executive director. 

  • Co-Lin receives American Heart Association Award

    American Heart Association Heart Walk Director Stephanie Melton (right) presents Co-Lin President Dr. Ronnie Nettles (center) a plaque in recognition of the American Heart Association’s Gold Fit-Friendly Worksite Award. 

  • Dual enrollment mathematics instructors meet with Co-Lin instructors

    Dual enrollment mathematics instructors recently met with Co-LIn mathematics instructors on the college’s Wesson Campus. 

  • SeaWolves capture eighth in international competition

    Co-Lin’s robotics team, The SeaWolves, finished in eighth place in the 13th Annual Marine Advanced Technology Education (MATE) International Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) Competition held at the Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary in Alpena, Michigan.

  • Practical nursing students receive Boyne Scholarship

    Practical nursing students on the Natchez Campus were the recipients of the Boyne Scholarship. 

  • Co-Lin DECA Students Propose Business Plans to Innovate Mississippi

    DECA 2014 Fall Leadership Conference Jessica Brown, Shanay Newell, Dennis Brown all from Meridian CC, and LaDarrius Walker, BMMT major at Co-Lin win second place with their team's product proposal.

  • Bridge guest speaker for MLT Club

    Kim Bridge, King’s Daughters Medical Center Community Education Director (far left) recently spoke to Co-Lin's Medical Laboratory Technology Club on stress management.

  • Nu Kappa Chapter of PBL takes national honors

    Co-Lin's Nu Kappa Chapter of Phi Beta Lambda on the Wesson Campus captured three awards, four top 15 finalist, four outstanding chapter awards, and one adviser award at the National Leadership Conference held in Nashville, Tennessee. 

  • Co-Lin to receive $2 million grant

    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.

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