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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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Cannon Honored as MVSU 40 Under 40 Campaign Participant

September 29, 2022 | By Jasalyn K. Lucas

Richard “Dell” Cannon, CCC head men’s basketball coach, has been selected by Mississippi Valley State University’s (MVSU) Young Alumni to participate in their annual MVSU 40 Under 40 Campaign. Read more

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ETS Hosts New Student & Recruitment Orientation

September 26, 2022 | By Marriel C. Hardy

Recently, the CCC Educational Talent Search (ETS) program held it's New Student & Recruitment Orientation. The event introduced potential program participants to all things ETS and gave current participants a snapshot of what's to come in the 2022-2023 academic year. Read more

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Coahoma Kicks Off Community Service Initiative with Local Park Clean-Up

September 17, 2022 | By Marriel C. Hardy

Recently, Coahoma students representing our student ambassadors, men's basketball, football, baseball, track, and cheer teams, engaged in local park clean-ups in Clarksdale. The initiative, which is a part of a grant award provided by Youth Service America (YSA), served as the kickoff for a larger campus... Read more

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