A Dual Credit student is enrolled in a community college while enrolled in high school and receiving high school and college credit for postsecondary coursework.
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A dual enrolled student is a student who is enrolled in college while still enrolled in high school. Any high school student who meets dual enrollment admission requirements may participate.
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Hinds CC supports students with disabilities in their educational pursuits by providing accessibility to programs and course offerings. Disability Support Services staff are committed to promoting a positive campus environment in which students with disabilities are encouraged to actively participate in fields of study related to their personal interests and abilities.
The Career Readiness Certificate (CRC) is a credential that gives job seekers and employers a measure of workplace skills. It is being used by job seekers across the country as an employment credential, and by employers as an assessment of a person’s trainable ability for an entry-level job or for a promotion within the company.
Hinds Community College offers an innovative workforce training program dedicated to preparing people who need help with foundational skills for careers by mixing career training with additional support for math, writing, and reading inside the classroom.
Prior to your first semester of enrollment, you will be advised by a Hinds CC counselor in your chosen field of study as to what courses you need…
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Hinds Community College is proud to offer a full-tuition scholarship to eligible high school seniors graduating as Valedictorian or Salutatorian from a high school located in the Hinds Community College District (Hinds, Rankin, Warren, Claiborne, and Copiah counties).
The Hinds CC UC3T STEM-UP Initiative is sponsored by a grant from the National Science Foundation and is designed to increase the number of minority students who complete Associate Degrees on the Utica Campus and who are prepared to pursue a B.S. degree in STEM areas at four-year institutions.
The SNAP and Skills2Work program is intended to assist eligible SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) recipients by providing tuition assistance for Adult Basic Education, Workforce Development and career and technical training.
Each year, current and prospective Hinds Community College students living with spinal cord injury may apply for Neilsen scholarship and supplemental funds to assist them with alleviating barriers to academic success.
Foundation Scholarships are given by the Hinds Community College Foundation and are awarded on a competitive basis to students who demonstrate academic excellence, involvement in extracurricular activities, financial need, and a desire for achievement.
The Career and Technical Competition Winner Scholarship is awarded on a competitive basis to first-time freshmen who placed first in a Skills USA, HOSA, FLBLA, DECA, FFA, or TSA competitive event while enrolled in a high school career or technical program.
Scholarships are awarded in baseball, basketball, football, golf, soccer, softball, tennis, and track. Students must meet eligibility rules of the National and Mississippi Junior College Athletic Associations.
Hinds Community College is proud to offer the ACT Scholarship to eligible, first-time freshmen students.
College Work-Study is an excellent opportunity for undergraduate students to receive valuable work experience for future jobs and earn extra money without leaving campus.
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