Those honored for highest average include, front from left, Jasmine Johnson of Jackson, intermediate English; Chelsea Berry of Vicksburg, essential college skills; Jaylan Garrett of Byram, beginning algebra and essential college skills; Kimberly Stevens of Jackson, essential college skills; Kenya Johnson of Jackson, intermediate English; back row, Angila Bradfield of Jackson, beginning algebra; Vanessa Ratliff of Edwards, beginning algebra and intermediate algebra, English Composition I, life skills; India Landing of Clinton, intermediate English, advanced reading, career exploration; Jaylyn Walker of Terry, intermediate English; Charvarius Ward of McComb, English Composition I, intermediate algebra, college algebra and advanced reading; Gabriel Giles of Jackson, intermediate algebra. Ratliff and Landing also won awards for best research papers in the essential college skills class.
Those honored for perfect attendance include, front from left, Vanessa Ratliff of Edwards, Chelsea Berry of Vicksburg, Jaylan Garett of Byram, Kenya Johnson of Jackson; back, Austin Masterson of Raymond, Tyler Jones of Jackson and Tony Washington of Picayune.
Hinds Community College’s SMACC program on the Raymond Campus recently had an awards program for students in the program in fall 2014.
SMACC stands for Students Making Academic/Career Choices. Raymond Campus instructors work with students selected for the program who have lower test scores and are taking one or more developmental courses. The goal is to get them advanced through developmental courses quickly and into all regular college course.
As Mississippi’s largest community college, Hinds Community College is a comprehensive institution offering quality, affordable educational opportunities with more than 170 academic, career and technical programs. With six locations in central Mississippi, Hinds enrolled nearly 12,000 credit students in fall 2014. To learn more, visit www.hindscc.edu or call 1.800.HindsCC.