New students must meet full admission requirements to stay on campus. They must register and maintain at least 12 semester hours.
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Our Utica Campus offers three different residence halls to choose from (men’s, women’s, and co-residential).
We offer eight different residence halls for students to choose from on our Raymond Campus. Three men, four women, and one co-residential hall.
Hinds Community College now has the capability to accept bids and quotes electronically. It’s easy to participate in solicitations from Hinds Community College and other participating agencies — simply register online.
All information provided in official Hinds Community College web sites is provided for information purposes only and does not constitute a legal contract between the College and any person or entity unless otherwise specified.
Hinds Community College provides natural gas through two meters on the Raymond campus and one on the Utica Campus. Hinds Community College is mandated by the Public Service Commission (PSC) to maintain and provide gas to all Hinds facilities…
Hinds Community College is a public comprehensive community college, is to offer high-quality education through relevant and diverse programs and resources…
Hinds Community College provides computer and Internet access to Hinds Community College students, administration, faculty and staff.
Hinds Community College is committed to making its website usable by all people, including those with disabilities by meeting or exceeding the requirements of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 Level AA (WCAG 2.0 AA).
SACSCOC institutions seeking reaffirmation of accreditation must submit a QEP that will be assessed for its institution-wide impact in the SACSCOC 5th year interim report.
The Hinds Community College Writing Center is a free tutorial service Hinds CC students. Working individually with students, staff members spend as much time as is necessary to diagnose and solve grammar and writing problems as well as assist students with higher-level composition issues.
At Single Stop, we offer supportive services to ensure that you have a successful college experience and are able to complete your degree. We provide free referrals to services that can help address the needs of Hinds students so that they can remain in school and succeed academically.
Students may complete their freshman and sophomore years at Hinds Community College in a designated allied health program and their junior and senior years at the University of MS Medical Center in a baccalaureate degree-granting academic program.
Students may complete their freshman and sophomore years at Hinds Community College and their junior and senior years at University of Louisiana at Monroe in a baccalaureate degree-granting academic program.
MUW has partnered with the technical programs of the 15 community colleges to offer the opportunity to all students who graduate with the Associate of Applied Sciences degree.
Students may complete their freshman and sophomore years at Hinds Community College and their junior and senior years at Mississippi State University in a baccalaureate degree-granting academic program.
Hinds Community College has signed a two plus two agreement with Mississippi College. Hinds CC students may take advantage of the unique two plus two agreement with Mississippi College to obtain a bachelor’s degree through the Accelerated Degree Partnership.
Students may complete their freshman and sophomore years at Hinds Community College and their junior and senior years at Jackson State University in a baccalaureate degree-granting academic program.
Hinds Community College has two plus two agreements with Delta State University and the University of Southern Mississippi to offer junior and senior-level courses at one of our six locations after completion of the Associate of Art degree program at Hinds. Hinds students can work toward a bachelor’s degree from the respective college or university without having to leave the Jackson Metro area.
The PLA program, developed primarily for working adults, is designed to recognize the academic value of what students have learned through experiences outside the college classroom.