As the fight rages on with COVID-19 pandemic, the administration of Holmes Community College is doing its part to help flatten the curve from the spread of this dreadful virus. Holmes has moved all of its on-campus classes to an online format, limited access to all campuses and has alternated work schedules to slow down the spread.
There are NO KNOWN CASES of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) at Holmes Community College. The national Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Mississippi State Department of Health (MSDH) continue to closely monitor the outbreak of respiratory illnesses caused by the novel (new) coronavirus COVID-19, and are working to limit the spread of cases nationally and in Mississippi. For more information regarding the number of cases in Mississippi, visit the Mississippi State Department of Health website.
Stay up-to-date on college operations by checking Holmes' official social media accounts, https://www.holmescc.edu/administration/marketing/covid-19.aspx (shortened url: https://tinyurl.com/w8kr3kg ) or by checking your College email account. All updates and resources will continue to be communicated via these referenced outlets.
Holmes Community College will offer both traditional face-to-face and online classes during the summer sessions but not all locations have the same availability.
The Ridgeland Campus will be the only campus offering face-to-face classes during the first term of summer. Students, faculty and staff will need to adhere to the following guidelines: wear a facemask or cloth face covering; stay at least six feet away from another person; wash hands with soap and water; use hand sanitizer with 60 percent alcohol; stay home if you are sick; and appropriately cover coughs and sneezes. Students wishing to take first term classes at other Holmes locations will take them through our online availability.
Plans are to have both traditional and online classes during the second term of summer school and in the fall. Depending on the COVID-19 situation when July classes begin, students, faculty and staff may still need to follow social distancing guidelines.
Students can see a complete listing of course offerings by going to https://api.holmescc.edu/StudentRegistrationSsb/ssb/term/termSelection?mode=search. Please follow social distance guidelines when reporting to any of the Holmes campuses. You can also register online by going to the Enroll Now tab at holmescc.edu.
For more information about Holmes Community College, please visit our website at holmescc.edu or call 1-800-Holmes4.
5/13/20 Message from Dr. Jim Haffey
4/29/20 Message from Dr. Jim Haffey
4/29/20 The CARES Act
Congress recently passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act which will deliver emergency financial assistance to Holmes Community College students in the form of funds to be further distributed to students and used to cover expenses related to the disruption of campus operations due to coronavirus (including eligible expenses under a studentâ€™s cost of attendance, such as food, housing, course materials, technology, health care, and child care).
The US Department of Education has stated that recipients must be Title IV eligible which include the following:
If you were enrolled exclusively in online courses as of March 13, you will not be eligible for any of these funds.
Our best method of gathering data on all of our students and determining which of those students meet the criteria above is by requiring the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for 2019-20. We strongly suggest that you go to https://studentaid.gov/h/apply-for-aid/fafsa and file your FAFSA for 2019-20 using your 2017 tax information prior to May 15, 2020. If you do not complete the FAFSA by the deadline stated, you will not be eligible for consideration of these funds.
You can download The CARES Act announcement as a PDF document here.
4/24/20 Message from Housing Director Terry Fancher
Due to the Covid-19 situation, our college has had to adjust its normal procedures for having our students withdrawn from the dorm. We apologize for the inconvenience this may have caused you and your families, but the college is doing everything it can to adhere to the current guidelines regarding social distancing and to the minimum number of people allowed to gather publicly. The college is also striving to insure that all students are kept protected and safe on its campus and that the withdrawal process is as efficient as possible. In case you may not know, the Shelter in Place order has been extended once more through at least May 11, 2020, but that date could change again depending on where our state and nation is at that particular point in time. The college must wait to receive the all clear for us to allow students to return to campus. This is a critical time for both you as a student and our college. You will find below the updated schedule that adjusts to the new Shelter in Place order and the instructions that must be followed when allowed to return to campus.
You must come to campus during your dorm's assigned date and time. Any student who is unable to attend your scheduled days and times must contact Terry Fancher, the Director of Student Housing, at email@example.com to make arrangements for another available day and time if available.
May 12-13 (Motel, Grenada and Cook Halls) 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
May 14-15 (Yazoo and Choctaw Halls) 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
May 18-19 (Attala and Webster Halls) 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
May 20-21 (Yazoo and Choctaw Halls) 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
May 22 (Motel, Grenada and Cook Halls) 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
May 25-26 (Attala and Webster Halls) 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Dorm students should check their Holmes email to read the dorm withdrawal process.
Please print out http://www.holmescc.edu/pdf/Housing/DormitoryWithdrawalForm.pdf to fill out and bring with you when you move out.
4/17/20 Message from Housing Director Terry Fancher
Due to the Covid-19 situation, our college has had to adjust its normal procedures for having our students withdrawn from the dorm. We apologize for the inconvenience this may have caused you and your families, but the college is doing everything it can to adhere to the current guidelines regarding social distancing and to the minimum number of people allowed to gather publicly.
The college is also striving to insure that all students are kept protected and safe on its campus and that the withdrawal process is as efficient as possible. As you all know, the Shelter in Place order will continue through at least April 27, but that date could change depending on where our state and nation are at that particular point in time. The college must wait to receive the all clear for us to allow students to return to campus. This is a critical time for both you as a student and our college. We want to make the best decision possible for our students. In the following paragraph, you will find two types of information. The first will be the staggered dorm schedule that will be used to allow students to come on campus to move out. This schedule will help limit the number of students on campus at the same time. The second piece of information will be the instructions to be strictly followed when you enter the campus and dorm.
You must come to campus during your dorm's assigned date and time. Any student who is unable to attend your scheduled days and times must contact Terry Fancher, the Director of Student Housing, at firstname.lastname@example.org to make arrangements for another available day and time.
April 28-29 (Motel, Grenada and Cook Halls) 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
April 30-May 1 (Yazoo and Choctaw Halls) 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
May 4-5 (Attala and Webster Halls) 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
May 6-7 (Yazoo and Choctaw Halls) 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
May 8 (Motel, Grenada and Cook Halls) 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
May 11-12 (Attala and Webster Halls) 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Dorm students should check their Holmes email to read the dorm withdrawal process. Please print out the Dorm Withdrawal Form to fill out and bring with you when you move out.
4/16/20 Message from Dr. Jim Haffey
Holmes Community College President Dr. Jim Haffey released a video update today informing the Holmes Community College family of operational updates at the College.
The College has decided to finish the Spring Semester in an online format. Students should continue to check their Canvas and Holmes email accounts for assignments and exam information. Students are encouraged to reach out to their instructors during this time to make sure they've completed all objectives expected of them for the spring term.
Dorm students will be receiving information from the Housing office on when the College feels it is safe to return to the Goodman Campus to retrieve your belongings and to complete the move-out procedure.
Registration for Summer and Fall 2020 classes began on April 14. Please go to the Enroll Now tab at holmescc.edu to sign up for these classes. Summer classes will be offered in both face-to-face and online formats as scheduled. If any changes are required due to COVID-19, students will be informed as quickly as possible.
Commencement 2020 will be in a virtual format on Friday, May 15. Once details are finalized, graduates will be informed of those details through their Holmes email account.
The WHEF Student Relief Fund Grant is intended to have a direct impact on Holmes Community College students in extenuating circumstances to help you achieve academic success.
To qualify students must be enrolled in for credit course/s and have documentation of a temporary financial need resulting from an unexpected emergency.
Example of grant awards include but are not limited to stipends for: Internet access, Proctored or final exam fees, Credential fees, tablet/computer loan programs).
The deadline to apply for the grant is May 1. To apply for the grant, go to http://hccapp.holmescc.edu/WHEF_apps/index.cfm.
The Grenada Campus Writing Center is open now in a virtual format. If you have specific questions about your writing, APA or MLA format/citations, research or other aspects of writing, email us with your questions/concerns, and we will return your email with suggestions and/or helpful links.
If you want feedback on your writing prior to submitting an assignment, please send your composition in a Word document, Google Doc with permission to edit or PDF. Along with your composition, please include some background on the assignment and some areas of feedback that are of most concern to you.
To read instructions, go to http://www.holmescc.edu/pdf/News/GrenadaWritingCenter.pdf or email email@example.com.
Students will be able to begin registering for Summer and Fall 2020 classes on April 14. As part of the process, students will have to meet with their advisor to get their alternate pin. Because of COVID-19, students will not be able to meet with their advisor in person so they will have to choose either being advised by email or through a web meeting.
For more information about registration, please go to http://www.holmescc.edu/news/2019/033020_registration.aspx.
The Goodman Writing Center is once again open for business! It is information about how students can still use the Writing Center even as we are unable to meet face to face.
To give you a quick rundown: students can do real time Google Docs sessions with tutors, or they can send their documents to the firstname.lastname@example.org for feedback within 24 hours.
To read instructions go to http://www.holmescc.edu/pdf/News/HCCOnlineWritingCenterInformation.pdf .
We're sorry we can't see you face to face, but the Holmes Online Writing Center at the Ridgeland Campus is still here to help the Ridgeland Campus students! For help with writing assignments at any stage of the writing process, send us your Google Docs, Word Docs, or PDFs at email@example.com.
To read instructions for this service go to http://www.holmescc.edu/pdf/News/HCCOnlineWritingCenterInformation.pdf.
March 25, 2020
Holmes to continue online-only classes until April 20
For Immediate Release
Holmes Community College President Dr. Jim Haffey announced today that the college will continue remote instruction until at least April 20 as the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak continues to be monitored.
"We are very anxious to resume a normal work schedule as soon as possible and will do so with a lot of energy as soon as it is safe to do so," Dr. Haffey said. "Most college functions that were scheduled to occur before May 1 have been cancelled, but events (such as graduation) scheduled to occur after that time will continue to be evaluated.
"Our goal during this time continues to be to serve our customers and to do what is necessary to move our state forward," Dr. Haffey said. "We have strong contingency plans and emergency funds in place for situations like this, and we want to make sure we continue moving forward."
The college moved 788 academic and career technical classes to an online format on March 18, making Holmes one of the first schools in the state to resume classes after Spring Break. Instructors, staff and administration will continue to provide instructional support to the 5,210 students as everyone navigates the uncertainties and inconveniences resulting from this global pandemic.
As one way to assist students, Holmes has identified several areas at each location where they can park and work on their assignments in their vehicle if they have limited access to wifi at their homes. This service is available from 8 a.m.-7 p.m. Additionally, Mississippi library systems are offering free wifi from the parking lots; visit https://cutt.ly/xtv1duh for a full list. The libraries participating is also being updated daily as more begin offering this service.
As administration continues to evaluate the best course of action for the college, students, faculty and staff will be notified of any changes to the schedule. Holmes will also provide updates as they are available on the college's social media sites and on the Holmes website at https://www.holmescc.edu/administration/marketing/covid-19.aspx.
Mississippi library systems are offering free wifi from the parking lots to help students and instructors do their school work. Go to https://cutt.ly/xtv1duh to see the libraries offering wifi at this time. The list is being updated daily as more libraries come online with this service.
Spring semester classes at Holmes Community College started back today in an online format as Holmes does its part to help fight the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19).
The College has moved 788 academic and career technical classes to an online format which includes 3,555 traditional students. Currently, 5,210 Holmes students are being taught and are receiving instructional support. Plans are being made to host individual training for career and technical students in addition to their online content.
Holmes Community College President Dr. Jim Haffey is proud of the effort his instructors and administrators have made to keep students on track to finishing the spring semester in a timely manner.
"We take a lot of pride at Holmes at being flexible and responding to our communities' needs quickly," Haffey said. "That is a culture that our instructors and employees embrace."
Holmes has invested in the Canvas Learning Management Platform, which has become the most widely adopted LMS in North America, benefitting millions of students and teachers globally across 70 countries. The eLearning Department at Holmes embraced the use of Canvas and many other innovative activities to enhance online education.
"We were fortunate to have invested heavily in online learning over the last decade," Haffey said. "A large percentage of our classes are usually delivered online to students across the state and country. I would not say that it has been an easy process to convert everything to online, but most of our classes already had a lot of online resources tied to them, so we have been able to expand those. I am extremely proud of our instructors for jumping in with both feet to help get our state and country back going."
Director of eLearning Tish Stewart said her staff was eager to help the on campus instructors convert their classes to online.
"Since our eLearning program has 20 years of experience, we have a wealth of information that we are able to share with instructors and students, including basic instructions, training manuals, and tips for the online classroom," Stewart said. "We are doing all we can to help all those involved with this transition to be prepped and ready for what the weeks ahead may entail."
Vice President for Academic Programs Dr. Jenny Jones said once she knew a transition from on-campus to online was imminent, her staff and instructors went to work getting this accomplished.
"Our instructors were able to take their face-to-face courses and start converting them to fully online within days," Jones said. "Of course none of this would have been possible without the outstanding support from the eLearning Department. They have been the backbone to this massive undertaking. We want to ensure that our Holmes students to know that we are all here for them and will support them in the days ahead. No Place Like Holmes! has never been more evident than now."
Vice President of Career Technical Education Dr. Amy Whittington said her classes have made a move to online as well which has made her instructors embrace new technologies along the way.
"I am proud to say that our face-to-face CTE courses went live today with online content to ensure that we are continuing to provide those skills necessary to gain employment upon completion of a CTE program," Whittington said. "The eLearning Department has been vital in the success of our push to online with program content. Our highly-skilled instructors are continually searching for new technologies to train remotely.
"Collaboration and team work across divisions have been key in this transition," she added. "While these may be challenging times, I am confident that our CTE team will use this time to find ways to make our programs even stronger."
"As schools and universities close or otherwise prepare for coronavirus (COVID-19), the Instructure (Canvas) team is here for you," according to the Canvas website. "We're committed to the health, safety, and success of students, educators and administrators everywhere. And we want to make sure you can continue to teach, learn, and succeed from anywhere."
Holmes has also identified several areas at each location where students can park
and work on their assignments in their vehicle if they have limited access at their
Wifi is available to students in the following areas of our campuses: Goodman Campus, along Montague Street; Ridgeland Campus, parking lot in front of Adcock Library; Grenada Campus, parking lot on Avent Drive near the Phillips Building; Attala Center, in the big parking lot; and Yazoo Center, from 8 a.m.-8 p.m.
Hours available will be 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Students need to be aware that signal strength is determined by the numbers of users so the strength may fluctuate as more people take advantage of the service.
From Get2College: "As we are all faced with uncertainty at this time, Get2College remains committed to serving students and their families. WHEF and Get2College staff members are currently working remotely and fully open for business.
If you need any help completing financial aid applications (MS Aid Application or the FAFSA) please reach out to them by going to www.get2college.org. They can provide virtual assistance. Remember that March 31 is the deadline for completing the MS Aid Application for the HELP grant. Please complete this application as soon as possible and before March 31.
In addition, Get2College is posting updates about ACT tests, state testing or any other high school or college updates they are receiving."
Holmes Community College has identified several areas at each location where students can park and work on their assignments in their vehicle if they have limited access at their homes.
Wifi will be available to students in the following areas of our campuses: Goodman Campus, along Montague Street; Ridgeland Campus, parking lot in front of Adcock Library; Grenada Campus, parking lot on Avent Drive near the Phillips Building; the Yazoo Economic Development and Education Center, parking lot; and the Attala Center, in the big parking lot. Hours available at all locations except for Yazoo will be 8 a.m.-7 p.m. while Yazoo remains available until 8 p.m.
Students need to be aware that signal strength is determined by the numbers of users so the strength may fluctuate as more people take advantage of the service.
A video message from Holmes Community College President, Jim Haffey.
The College will continue to host Face to Face classes in an online format through March 30 and may follow CDC guidelines to remain online only for 8 weeks (or the remainder of the Spring Semester). The College is exploring options to bring small groups in to complete some career technical assignments but will not do so until after March 30. Proctored exams will likely be available in small group formats after March 30 or students may choose to use a digital, third-party service.
3/13/20 Message from Dr. Jim Haffey
Holmes CC will cancel classes on Monday March 16 and Tuesday, March 17 for students taking classes on campus.
Dual credit classes will continue as normal following the local high school schedule.
At this time, classes will resume on March 18 in an online or alternative format until at least Monday, March 23rd. Every effort will be made to accommodate students during this period. Dorms will only be open March 16-18 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. to accommodate students needing to access their rooms for educational supplies.
Common areas such as libraries, food service, computer labs, and athletic facilities will be closed.
The Mississippi Association of Community Colleges has announced that all athletic practices and games have been suspended through March 30.
All campus activities and events outside of the classroom at Holmes CC have been canceled until further notice.
Holmes CC will restrict all student and employee travel unless deemed necessary by the Office of the President.
Faculty, staff and students who believe they may have come in contact with the coronavirus in another venue are asked to self-quarantine for at least fourteen days prior to returning to work or school. If a student or faculty or staff member exhibits any symptoms, we ask that they not return to the college until they have been medically cleared.
We strongly encourage our faculty, staff, and students to educate themselves on facts related to the coronavirus. Visit https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-nCoV/index.html to stay informed with the latest information.
Jim Haffey, Ph.D.
Holmes Community College
Because the virus continues to spread across the world and nation, Holmes has elected to move much of its operations off-campus to help support the guidelines set by the CDC and other state and federal authorities. In doing so, business is still being handled remotely. We feel we can meet the needs of our students even though we are not seeing them in person.
Faculty and staff at Holmes are answering phone calls and emails from home in a timely manner to help meet the needs of our students. The maintenance staff is alternating their schedule to adhere to the social distancing principle set forth in the guidelines. They are busy cleaning our facilities to help eliminate the spread of the virus as well.
The College asks if you or a family member has traveled internationally in the past two weeks, please do not return to campus for any reason. If you need something from your office, please ask another member of your department to retrieve it for you. This is crucial in our efforts to discontinue the spread.
No travel is permitted at this time for any reason.
We understand that questions or problems may arise while you are away from your office computer. If you are in need of support, please do a service request in the MyHolmes portal and an IT Specialist will help you as soon as possible.
While moving to an altered work schedule, questions may arise regarding pay dates
and pay by administrative leave in these unchartered times. As of now, no pay schedules
have been altered and should process as usual.
Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA)
The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA or Act) requires certain employers to provide their employees with paid sick leave and expanded family and medical leave for specified reasons related to COVID-19.
These provisions will apply from April 1, 2020 through December 31, 2020.
PAID LEAVE ENTITLEMENTS
Generally, employers covered under the Act must provide employees:
Up to two weeks (80 hours, or a part-time employee's two-week equivalent) of paid sick leave based on the higher of their regular rate of pay, or the applicable state or Federal minimum wage, paid at:
A part-time employee is eligible for leave for the number of hours that the employee is normally scheduled to work over that period.
In general, employees of private sector employers with fewer than 500 employees, and certain public sector employers, are eligible for up to two weeks of fully or partially paid sick leave for COVID-19 related reasons (see below). Employees who have been employed for at least 30 days prior to their leave request may be eligible for up to an additional 10 weeks of partially paid expanded family and medical leave for reason #5 below.
QUALIFYING REASONS FOR LEAVE RELATED TO COVID-19
An employee is entitled to take leave related to COVID-19 if the employee is unable to work, including unable to telework, because the employee:
1. is subject to a Federal, State, or local quarantine or isolation order related to COVID-19;
2. has been advised by a health care provider to self-quarantine related to COVID-19;
3. is experiencing COVID-19 symptoms and is seeking a medical diagnosis;
4. is caring for an individual subject to an order described in (1) or self-quarantine as described in (2);
5. is caring for his or her child whose school or place of care is closed (or child care provider is unavailable) due to COVID-19 related reasons; or
6. is experiencing any other substantially-similar condition specified by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
For additional information or to file a complaint go to: 1-866-487-9243, TTY: 1-877-889-5627
Holmes Community College made the decision a few weeks ago to move all of its instruction to an online format. We look toward to the future when we can return to normal operations, but for now, Holmes is online for all classes and programs. Students should check their Holmes email daily and complete any assignments in Canvas. Your instructor will contact you through your classes in Canvas, and you have the ability to contact them as well to get answers to questions. Some small group meetings may be permitted once information becomes clearer about the coronavirus.
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are facing new challenges within education at every level. Holmes Community College is making every effort to ensure the success of our Dual Credit students. Our Dual Enrollment/Dual Credit Coordinator is in close contact with school administrators, counselors and instructors as we progress through the semester. For any questions or assistance with dual credit, please contact Dees Britt at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 601-605-3349. We thank you for your patience as we navigate a very fluid situation.
The eLearning Department at Holmes has been instrumental in moving on-campus to an online format while making sure the online classes continue as they were before the pandemic began. It is crucial for the students who moved from on-campus to stay on-top of their classes and communicate with their instructors so they can complete the semester on its regular schedule. We want you to be successful in the move to online, but you must do your part and make sure all assignments are done before they are due. Questions can be directed to email@example.com.
If you are need of the library's assistance during this time, you can go to the library's website at http://holmescc.edu/library/index.aspx to see if you can find what you need. If you cannot find what you need, please reach out to your instructor before the assignment is due to see if they can get your questions answered.
More information regarding specific proctored exams will be communicated to students via Holmes email or Canvas via the instructor.
The dormitories at Holmes Community College are closed until further notice. Students were given the opportunity to retrieve essential items on March 16-18, but if you were not able to return to campus on those days, please contact Housing Director Terry Fancher at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A move-out schedule is below in the College Update section.
All campus locations are closed so there are no dining services available.
Registration for Summer and Fall classes has not begun yet. Registration will begin on April 14 for both current and prospective students. On April 14, you should click on the Enroll Now tab located on the main page of the Holmes website at holmescc.edu. As part of the registration process, students will go through an online orientation.
Registration for Summer and Fall classes has not begun yet. Registration will begin on April 14 for both current and prospective students. On April 14, you should click on the Enroll Now tab located on the main page of the Holmes website at holmescc.edu. As part of the registration process, students will go through an online orientation. The Freshman Friday events set for April 17 in Grenada and Ridgeland and on April 24 have been cancelled at this time.
On-campus tours have been postponed until operations return as normal. To get more information about our campuses, please reach out to the campus recruiters at https://www.holmescc.edu/administration/marketing/recruiting/index.aspx.
Students can still fill out their FAFSA applications during this time. Go to https://fafsa.gov to start this process. These applications are still being processed.
If you need to get in touch with a faculty/staff member and are unable to reach them in Canvas, you can go to the employee directory at https://hccapp.holmescc.edu/adphonebook/.
We are doing our part to help stop the spread of COVID-19. In doing so, all campus activities and events have been either cancelled or postponed at this time. If you have certain events, please contact your club/organization sponsor to receive more information. No events will be held throughout April and possibly will reach into May.
The Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges and the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) has cancelled all sports at all colleges for the remainder of the spring semester. Student athletes who want to participate in athletics at Holmes Community College starting in the Fall, should contact each coach individually. The athletic staff directory can be found at https://www.holmesathletics.com/athletics/directory/index.
Holmes Community College has decided to have a virtual Commencement Ceremony due the coronavirus. Students who filled out a graduation application prior to the March 31 deadline will be recognized on May 15 through a video stream and social media. They will not be allowed to attend the ceremony in person but can watch online. Also, the College will be announcing ways to get the graduates involved in their big day through activities on social media. More details will be made available in the coming weeks.
We know this is a stressful time for our students, faculty and staff. We do not want to add to your stress level by failing to answer your needed questions. If you do not know the number to the individual you are looking for, you can call 1-800-Holmes4 and someone will help direct you. Switchboards are operating from 8 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. You can also use the school directory at https://hccapp.holmescc.edu/adphonebook/. Remember each of our campuses are closed at this time to limit the spread of the virus so please do not drive to a facility and get upset when you do not find who you need. All people are working remotely to answer your questions.
Admissions - email@example.com
Communications - firstname.lastname@example.org
Financial Aid - email@example.com
Business Office - firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
Counseling - Please see your appropriate counselor by going to https://www.holmescc.edu/administration/student_services/counseling.aspx
Housing - firstname.lastname@example.org
Recruiting - email@example.com (for Goodman); firstname.lastname@example.org (for Ridgeland); and email@example.com (for Grenada) Workforce - firstname.lastname@example.org
Because of the social distancing policy outlined from the CDC and other agencies, fitness centers on the Goodman Campus, Ridgeland Campus and the new facility in Kosciusko will remain closed at this time. We are sorry for the inconvenience and know how important fitness is to you. Please be creative during this time. We hope to be back open as soon as possible.