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Coahoma Cancels $433,000 in COVID-Era Student Debt

Coahoma Community College officials announced today that it has canceled approximately $433,000 in student debt for students who have faced financial hardship during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more

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Eddie L. Buggs to lead the Marching Maroon Typhoon

Coahoma Community College has named Eddie L. Buggs, of Decatur, Ga., as the new director of the Marching Maroon Typhoon Band. Before entering his newly appointed role at Coahoma, Buggs served as a visiting professor of brass instruction at Stillman College. He brings roughly 19 years of directing and...
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Joseph McKee to serve as head of Financial Aid

September 13, 2021 | By Melody Dixon

Closing a crucial gap, Joseph McKee of Greenville, Miss., has been charged to lead Coahoma's Office of Financial Aid. Accompanied by a Bachelor of Business Administration in computer information systems and a Master of Business Administration from Delta State University, McKee seeks to continue a standard... Read more

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Alumnus Corterrius Allen to compete on Food Network's Halloween Wars

September 13, 2021 | By Marriel C. Hardy

While attending Coahoma, Corterrius Allen '21 had dreams of setting out on multiple paths of greatness. The Shelby, Miss. native was a member of the CCC choir, student government association and participated in several campus organizations with the hopes of becoming as well-rounded as possible during... Read more

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Isaias Collins named Mr. CCC, and Jamillia McKinley, Miss Coahoma CCC 2021-2022

September 5, 2021 | By Melody Dixon

Mr. and Miss Coahoma Community College, 2021-2022, have been named. CCC's campus king and queen selected to represent as student ambassadors are Isaias Collins and Jamillia McKinley. Read more

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