The Marie Hull Gallery features regional and local exhibitions in a variety of media. There are six exhibits during the school year from September through mid-May.
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Work-Based Learning is an educational/training program for Career and Technical students at Hinds CC that provides paid, on-the-job work experience. All students must be recommended by their major instructor, and all work experience must be in the field of their major.
Cooperative Education is an educational process designed to expand the student’s learning environment beyond the traditional classroom. Co-op integrates classroom study with supervised on-the-job experience that is related to the student’s academic college major.
The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) program at Hinds CC works with the local WIN Job Center and Central MS Planning and Development District (CMPDD). The WIOA provides services such as employment training for adults, dislocated workers and youth.
With a renewed focus on manufacturing Hinds CC can customize training programs for new or existing companies to meet their specific industry needs. Programs such as Problem Solving, Auditing Techniques, Computer Skills…
The Economic Development and Training Division offers a wide range of training services to a variety of clients. We can customize training solutions to meet your organization’s training needs.
The goal of our Mississippi Tech Prep Initiative is to provide every student with an opportunity to participate in a seamless educational system that includes the academic and technical knowledge and skills required for continued education and workforce readiness.
We hope you will make plans to attend one (or more!) of our on-campus recruiting events this year. What better way to get to know Hinds than to come for a campus visit. We can’t wait to meet you and answer all of your questions about getting enrolled at Hinds CC.
ACCUPLACER is an untimed, computerized test that helps your college evaluate your skills and place you into appropriate courses. ACCUPLACER offers tests in reading comprehension, sentence skills, and arithmetic.
Interested in becoming a student? The District Student Recruiting Office, located in Fountain Hall on the Raymond Campus, is responsible for assisting prospective students of all ages in making informed decisions about enrolling at Hinds.
Our Utica Wellness Complex has approximately 2,500 sq. ft. of workout space with both strength and cardiovascular exercise equipment. Our facility also includes an integrated music system and a cardio theater with four 32-inch LCD TVs.
Our Troy Arlis Ricks Wellness Complex is open to students, employees, and the general public. The complex encompasses our 9,000 sq. ft. fitness center, 2,100 sq. ft. performance center, a full-court basketball gymnasium, an 8-lane pool, a 440-meter outdoor walking track, and a 1-mile outdoor fitness trail.
Important dates for each semester, including when you can register, the first day of classes, payment deadlines, and holiday closures.
At Hinds CC it’s easy to apply, and there’s not application fee! Hinds Community College has an open-door admission policy that offers all students general admission to the college.
Prepare yourself for success: Classes available each semester on the Raymond campus, pay for your college degree (tuition, housing, books, etc.), skill & supervisor training & experience, retirement program
Our math labs are open for students registered in any math course. We offer free tutoring services, proctored testing and computer access for homework assignments.
Under Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 and the U.S. Department of Education’s implementing regulations, an institution that receives federal funds must ensure that no student suffers a deprivation of his or her access to educational opportunities on the basis of sex discrimination and sexual harassment
An ID card is issued to each student as part of the registration process. Students are required to have and show a government-issued photo ID to get a Hinds ID.