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Military Registration Day set for April 30 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
Holmes CC Sports Hall of Fame set for April 24
Leadership Institute tours the State Capitol
Attorney General Hood launches Online Safety Awareness Campaign
Applications for the 2014-15 school year are now available for students who would like to be a part of the Holmes Community College Ambassador Recruiting Team.
Cheer tryouts are set for April 11 at 2 p.m. in Goodman
Holmes Community College Dazzler try-outs set for April 23 at 4pm in the Dazzler Dance Studio.
Women's Soccer Team participates in Mustard Seed's Racin' for the Seed
Ridgeland Phi Theta Kappa Chapter to be recognized at annual convention
McMahon to receive Phi Theta Kappa's Paragon Award for New Advisors
Savages take first place in the first Holmes Community College Crappie Tournament
Foundation Golf Classic set for May 20 at Caroline Golf Club
Sports Hall of Fame set for April 24
Twenty-four named to Holmes Hall of Fame
Who's Who named at all Holmes locations
Phi Theta Kappa chapters bring home top awards at region
Ridgeland Campus offers critical care paramedic program
Holmes being considered for coveted $1 million Aspen Institute Prize
While we continue with the accreditation process for the Physical Therapist Assistant Program at Grenada, Holmes has delayed the program's proposed start date of Fall 2014.
Interior Design program moves to Ridgeland Campus in Fall 2014
Holmes Community College will host a one-day JUCO, College and Univeristy fishing event on March 28 at Grenada Lake.
33 Goodman Campus SkillsUSA students place in state competition
Legislators voice support for state's community colleges
Register now for Spring 2nd Eight Week Classes
Goodman Phi Theta Kappa holds first-ever transfer orientation
Holmes joins all community colleges at Capitol Day
'Beyond the Spiritual' program set for Feb. 25 in Chapel
Pleas named William Winter Scholar of the Year
Creative Writing Contest winners announced at all locations
Twenty-seven students from the Holmes Community College district participated in the 2014 Parade of Beauties last night in McDaniel Auditorium on the Goodman Campus.
The Grenada Arts Partnership: Grenada and Holmes Partner for the Arts proudly presents Marty Stuart & His Fabulous Superlatives in concert.
Completed applications for the 2014-15 Practical Nursing programs at Goodman, Ridgeland, and Grenada must be submitted by March 31.
Holmes receives Community College of the Year Award by the Mississippi Blood Services
Holmes offers computer-based GED test
Late registration continues at Holmes CC
"Three Billy Goats Gruff" puppet musical set for March 23 at Grenada Center
ADN program exceeds benchmarks for 2010-2013
Three longtime Holmes employees retire at semester's end
President's and Dean's Lists named for Fall 2013
New Attala Educational Center is making strides
Brannan, Taylor win Kick For Tuition Event at Grenada High School
Congratulations to Holmes Community College Paralegal Technology students for winning first and second places in the Mississippi Paralegal Association's annual student essay contest.
High temps cancel Holmes CC Night at 'Christmas on Ice'
Mississippi Humanities Council names Brown Teacher of the Year
Students may register for the Spring 2014 semester at Holmes Community College beginning November 11 via the internet or by attending one of the campus registration sessions.
Holmes announces Vint Center for Nursing at the Grenada Center
Deadline to apply for December graduation is Oct. 31
Nissan donates two vehicles to Holmes' Career-Technical Programs
Dr. Daniel Wentland has a simple explanation for the failures of public education in this country.
Today, there are more than half-a-million Mississippians who lack a high school diploma or GED, which means that they lack the basic skills necessary to compete in today's workforce.
Earlier this month, Holmes Community College Occupational Therapy Assistant (OTA) students became instructors as a part of a disaster preparedness project in conjunction with the University of Mississippi Medical Center. The project was called "Occupational Therapy's Role in Disaster Preparedness."
Leaders of Mississippi's 15 public community colleges have a four-point strategy to increase the college-going and degree-achieving rates of the state's citizens. On Sept. 17, they asked the Joint Legislative Budget Committee to provide the resources to help make it happen.
Paula J. Lambert, author of The Sudden Seduction of Gravity and The Guilt That Gathers, will be speaking on Tuesday, Oct. 15, on the Ridgeland Campus of Holmes Community College as a part of the school's Arts and Lectures Series.
Holmes, JSU partner to further educational opportunities
Dormitory space still available at the Goodman Campus
Seventy-nine employees recognized for years of service
Late Registration continues through Aug. 23
Holmes Community College Adult Basic Education staff recently attended a workshop at the Attala Educational Center in Kosciusko.
Dorm move-in day set for August 18
Fall registration dates set for the week of August 12
Holmes Community College is making it easier for students to go back to school.
Preliminary graduation numbers for the Holmes Community College Class of 2013 showed significant gains over last year with an increase of 14.11 percent, leading the state's community college system in percentage gain for the second year in a row.
Tedford receives one of Ole Miss' top scholarships
Last week, Holmes Community College sent 18 students to the National Leadership and Skills Conference (NLSC) in Kansas City. In its 49th year, the NLSC is designed as a showcase for high school and community college career and technical education students.