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Coahoma continues disinction as the most affordable HBCU in the Nation

In a 2022 report by StudentLoanHero.com, Coahoma Community College was named as the most affordable HBCU in the Nation. The company examined tuition and fee data from the 2019-20 school year in order to rank the most affordable public and private historically black colleges and universities in the United... Read more

Women’s Foundation of Mississippi on track to support nursing and healthcare hopefuls


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James E. Miller Stadium permeated with glee at 70th Commencement

Approximately 379 graduates glowed as the newest products of Coahoma Community College Saturday morning at the institution’s 70th Commencement ceremony. The uncontainable joy of family and friends spilled over onto the sides of the James E. Miller Stadium bleachers when seats were all filled.
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Gwendolyn Johnson Director of Federal Programs

Johnson Tapped to Lead Federal Programs/Title III

January 12, 2023 | By Jasalyn K. Lucas

The Office of Research, Assessment, and Strategic Initiatives is thrilled to announce a new addition, fulfilling the role of Director of Federal Programs/Title III. Clarksdale, Mississippi native Gwendolyn Johnson, is the newly-appointed Federal Programs/Title III director. Read more

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Fall 2022 Scholars

Coahoma Announces Fall 2022 Scholars

January 7, 2023 | By Marriel C. Hardy

Coahoma Community College proudly announced 186 students earned academic honors in the fall 2022 semester. A total of 130 students earned recognition on the President’s List, and 56 students earned a spot on the Dean’s List. Read more

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Coahoma receives $1.6 million in funding as part of Thompson-backed Local Projects Government Funding Package

January 6, 2023 | By Marriel C. Hardy

In a recent release, Congressman Bennie G. Thompson announced $18,789,100 in Community Project Funding. Coahoma Community College’s share of the funding will total $1,664,100 and has been allocated to improve campus safety. Read more

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