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Pictured is the Holmes Community College Grenada Campus; the Holmes campus nearest Calhoun County. Holmes is proud to offer Calhoun County residents the Calhoun County Tuition Assistance Grant Program.

Holmes to offer Calhoun County Tuition Assistance Grant Program

Holmes Community College is proud to announce a new opportunity for Calhoun County residents. The Calhoun County Tuition Assistance Grant Program (CCTAGP) is coordinated with federal aid, state aid and scholarship funds to assure that qualifying students' tuition is covered for four consecutive semesters (excluding summer). Read more

 Pictured is Otto Ulland, a Holmes MI-BEST program and welding graduate who is now a maintenance technology major on the Grenada Campus.

Grenada student excels through MI-BEST program

Holmes Community College student Ricky "Otto" Ulland is the definition of a MI-BEST success story. MI-BEST, or Mississippi Integrated Basic Education and Skills Training, is a program implemented through the Mississippi Community College Board. It allows qualified applicants to take courses they need to prepare for the High School Equivalency (HSE) diploma while at the same time training for a future career. Read more

Pictured is William “Brother” Rogers, director of the Programs and Communication Division of the Mississippi Department of Archives and History. Rogers will present “Race Relations in Mississippi: Where Do We Go from Here?” at the Holmes Community College Adcock Library on Thursday, July 12 at 12:30 p.m. This event is sponsored by the Holmes Library in conjunction with the Ridgeland Public Library and is open to the public free of charge.

William 'Brother' Rogers to speak on race relations

William "Brother" Rogers will present "Race Relations in Mississippi: Where Do We Go from Here?" at the Holmes Community College Adcock Library on Thursday, July 12 at 12:30 p.m. This event is sponsored by the Holmes Library in conjunction with the Ridgeland Public Library and is open to the public free of charge. Read more