EIGHT RECEIVE BOYNE SCHOLARSHIP AT CO-LIN – Eight Copiah-Lincoln Community College Wesson campus nursing students have received a Boyne Foundation scholarship through the Co-Lin Foundation.
Co-Lin's culinary arts students from the Wesson Campus recently served at the third annual benefit dinner for Doll’s House in Brookhaven.
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.
Rachel Allred, Alpha Alpha Zeta Chapter PTK president along with Vice President Busby presented Dr. Tim Lea a check for the Natchez Campus Veterans scholarship.
Natchez Mayor Butch Brown visited Co-Lin's American National Government class. Students were able to ask the mayor about aspects of Natchez government and current projects.
Eight Co-Lin choral students recently attended the Southern Invitational Choral Conference at the University of Southern Mississippi.
WESSON –Eddie Britt has been selected as Copiah-Lincoln Community College’s Phi Theta Kappa 2014-2015 Faculty Scholar.
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.
Caroleah Brister of Bogue Chitto (second from left) was crowned Co-Lin's 2014 homecoming queen. Pictured are from left, 2013 homecoming queen Dana Sartin, Caroleah's father Terry Brister, and Co-Lin President Dr. Ronnie Nettles.
CO-LIN BEAUTIES - Anna Brooke Richardson of Brookhaven (center) was crowned Copiah-Lincoln Community College’s Most Beautiful at the annual Trillium Beauty Pageant.