“If I can be strong for anyone or anything, I can be strong for my son.”
- Graduation Archives
It’s the failures that shaped Olivia Williams’ experience in Hinds Community College’s Associate Degree Nursing program.
More than 850 students graduated from Hinds Community College in one of two ceremonies Dec. 15 at the Muse Center on the Rankin Campus.
“Every instructor I encountered in my time at Hinds cared for their students deeply and truly wanted to see their students succeed.”
“Hinds supplied people who acted more like family than teachers, and I could not ask for better.”
“The power of education is that it drives our vision for a better life.”
“Hinds will award 1,220 certificates and degrees, with some students receiving more than one credential.”
“She is a remarkable young lady, and my life has been greatly enriched by having her be a part of it.”
“The best thing I can do is to give back and inspire teens and young adults that they have choices available in life.”
UTICA – Desharra Stamps of Edwards said she came to Hinds Community College’s Utica Campus as a “shy and timid young lady” with a high school...