Program Coordinator of Business and Office Technology Dr. Suzanne Johnson of Tylertown and student Brandy Scott of McCall Creek were selected Copiah-Lincoln Community College’s HEADWAE (Higher Education Appreciation Day – Working for Academic Excellence) honorees for the 2013-2014.
Sophomore diesel equipment technology students Jance Dunaway of Silver Creek (left) and Brandon Jackson of Liberty (second from left) are the recipients of the Pucket Machinery Scholarships.
Kasey McWilliams of Mendenhall was recently inducted into Hall of Fame, the highest honor that can be given a Co-Lin student. Copiah-Lincoln President Dr. Ronnie Nettles made the announcement during the college’s annual Awards Day program.
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.
Twenty-nine students were recently into the Delta Alpha Chapter of Sigma Kappa Delta on the college’s Wesson Campus.
Students and staff were recognized at the annual Awards Night ceremony on Co-Lin’s Natchez campus. Inducted into the Hall of Fame were students Kevin Campbell and Conrad Johnson, of Natchez and Jennifer Greer of Crosby.
Co-Lin is the place to be this summer by taking classes during the college's summer term sessions. Registration is currently underway at all three locations. On the Wesson Campus at the Counseling Center (located in the Henley Building), on the Natchez Campus and Simspon County Center in the Admission Office. Office hours are Monday through Thursday from 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. and 7:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. on Friday.
All three Co-Lin campuses will hold orientation/registration sessions for all freshman and new students attending in the fall.
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.
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.