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Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves spoke during yesterday's press conference revealing the results of the community college system's economic impact study.

Colleges reveal results of economic impact study

Mississippi's 15 Community College presidents gathered at the State Capitol with data proving the two-year college system is valuable to the state in numerous ways. They commissioned an economic impact report by NSPARC, or the National Strategic Planning and Analysis Research Center at Mississippi State University to analyze the more than 100-year old community college system to determine who is served by the statewide network, the outcomes in relation to the labor market and the estimated overall economic impact on the state. Read more

Holmes Foundation awarded NEH Challenge Grant for McMorrough Library

Holmes Community College is proud to announce that the Holmes Community College Development Foundation, Inc. has been named as one of the 2020 grant recipients selected by National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Infrastructure and Capacity Building Challenge Grant on behalf of the McMorrough Library and Archives. The HCC Development Foundation sought the NEH matching grant to strengthen and aid the library in warranting excellent humanities provisions. Read more

A Holmes Community College specialty tag has recently been released for purchase. Please help support Holmes Community College by picking yours up today!

Holmes CC specialty tag available for purchase

Holmes Community College (HCC) Development Foundation has launched a new opportunity for Mississippi residents, especially alumni, employees, and friends to show their support of Holmes through their daily travels. Holmes is the only community college in the state of Mississippi with a specialty car tag. Read more

Pictured are (left to right) ADN instructor Dr. Tiffany Cox, Tonya Spells, ADN student Lyric Richards of Madison and ADN Chair Dr. Alice Austin at the 2019 Eliza Pillars Registered Nurses of Mississippi District IV Scholarship Gala on Dec. 13. Richards, a sophomore on the Holmes Community College Ridgeland Campus, was awarded a scholarship during the “An Evening with the Stars” gala.

Richards receives Eliza Pillars RN of MS nursing scholarship

Holmes Community College Ridgeland Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) sophomore Lyric S. Richards of Madison received a scholarship during the 2019 Eliza Pillars Registered Nurses of Mississippi District IV Scholarship Gala. Held on Dec. 13 at Fondren Hall in Jackson, the gala theme was "An Evening with the Stars." ADN instructor Dr. Tiffany Cox, ADN adjunct instructor Tonya Spells and ADN Chair Dr. Alice Austin attended the event with Richards. Read more