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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Financial Aid documents and forms
Institutional and Federal consumer information (e.g., academic progress, CLERY report, school refund policy, FERPA, etc.)
A great attribute of our college is that, unlike many other colleges and universities, we allow our students to receive more than one scholarship. We want your education to be accessible and affordable.
Learn about the different types of student loans available to you, and where to start your student loan application.
Not all students receive financial aid refunds. Students receiving aid that exceeds their total charges at Hinds Community College will receive a refund.
Default Management assists students with borrowing wisely, loan obligations upon withdrawal or graduation and assists students when repayment becomes difficult.
View payment deadlines for Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters. Find out more information on our different payment plans.
A breakdown of tuition and fees for both Mississippi and Non-Mississippi residents.
Personal expenses, room and board, and transportation costs vary greatly according to the individual’s circumstances and spending habits. For financial aid purposes, estimated costs are used.
Ways to request and send transcripts (online, in-person, mail, or fax)
An Associate Degree, Career or Technical Certificate from Hinds tells universities and future employers that you finish what you start. To apply for graduation, please log in to your My.Hinds and complete the electronic graduation application.
Hinds Community College demonstrates a firm commitment to your privacy. Below is an explanation of how we gather, use, and protect your information…
The mission of Hinds Community College, a public comprehensive community college, is to offer high-quality education through relevant and diverse programs and resources…
Intramural sports are a big part of student life at Hinds CC with more than 20 sports and challenges over the course of the year.
The Deaf and Hard of Hearing Program was established in 1986 through a joint agreement between Hinds Community College and the Mississippi Department of Rehabilitation Services, Division of Vocational Rehabilitation. Hinds Community College proudly provides Deaf and Hard of Hearing students qualified and highly skilled American Sign Language Interpreters.