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Alcorn State University

Alcorn State University

History: Founded in 1871, Alcorn was the nation's first state-supported institution for the higher education of African Americans. Location: Alcorn is in Claiborne County, Mississippi, seven miles west of Lorman, seventeen miles southwest of Port Gibson, and about halfway between Vicksburg, to the north, and Natchez, to the south. Organization: Seven schools offer programs leading to the…

Antonelli College Jackson

Antonelli College Jackson

Antonelli College, a well-known part of the visual arts community in Cincinnati, Ohio, since 1947, has held to the traditions of quality teaching in the fields of visual arts and business and presenting students with the opportunity to develop their gifts and talents into professional skills. The primary goal of Antonelli College is to create an environment that prepares each graduate to become …

Antonelli College-Hattiesburg

Antonelli College-Hattiesburg

Antonelli College, a well-known part of the visual arts community in Cincinnati, Ohio, since 1947, has held to the traditions of quality teaching in the fields of visual arts and business and presenting students with the opportunity to develop their gifts and talents into professional skills. The primary goal of Antonelli College is to create an environment that prepares each graduate to become …

Belhaven College

Belhaven College

Belhaven College is a Christian liberal arts college dedicated to helping people grapple with the complex issues of life and to preparing them for positions of leadership in a rapidly changing society. A community of professors and students working together in a Christian environment, Belhaven emphasizes the importance of the individual. In addition to a traditional, strong liberal arts program, B…

Blue Mountain College

Blue Mountain College

Founded in 1873 as a Christian liberal arts college and affiliated since 1920 with the Mississippi Baptist Convention, Blue Mountain College assists students in developing intellectual integrity, academic excellence, social awareness, and Christian character. To accomplish the mission the College recruits undergraduate and graduate students who are committed to scholarship, servant leadership, an…

Coahoma Community College

Coahoma Community College

Establishing Coahoma County Agricultural High School in 1924, Coahoma County became the first county in Mississippi to provide an agricultural high school for Negroes under the then existing “separate but equal” doctrine for education. The junior college curriculum was added in 1949, and the name of the institution was changed to Coahoma Junior College and Agricultural High School. Coahoma Comm…

College of the Ozarks

College of the Ozarks

Founded as the School of the Ozarks in 1906. The Junior College started in 1956. Four-year program started in 1965. Renamed to College of the Ozarks in 1990. At College of the Ozarks, you can help to pay for your own education in a way that actually enriches your learning! As a full-time student, you'll devote 15 hours each week to a campus job; their work program will involve you in one or…

Copiah-Lincoln Community College- Simpson County Center

Copiah-Lincoln Community College- Simpson County Center

n August 2005, Copiah-Lincoln Community College’s newly-constructed Simpson County Center opened for classes. The Center is located at 151 Co-Lin Drive off Highway 49 North between Magee and Mendenhall at Legion Lake. Surrounded by pines, the $4.17 million facility houses eight general classroom, three computer labs, two science labs, one medical-related lab, a spacious library, and a large mu…

Copiah-Lincoln Community College- Wesson Campus

Copiah-Lincoln Community College- Wesson Campus

Copiah-Lincoln Community College has a rich tradition of providing top-quality instruction at an affordable cost. Their faculty are outstanding in their teaching fields and have a genuine concern for their students. The college support services are available to assist you in any way possible. Their college district is composed of seven counties with an aggregate population of approximately 150…

Copiah-Lincoln Community College-Natchez Campus

Copiah-Lincoln Community College-Natchez Campus

The Natchez campus of Copiah-Lincoln Community College was founded in 1972. During its early years, the Natchez Campus was housed in a variety of facilities, mostly former schools in Adams County. In 1989, the Natchez campus vocational-technical center moved into a new facility off Lt. Col. John Pitchford Parkway (then called Beltline Highway). The academic programs remained in temporary quarters …