No group in the U.S. has received more invitations to nationally televised bowl games, professional football games or national parades than the Hi-Steppers.
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“This teacher always reminds me not to limit myself not only in my education but also in my life.”
Over four ceremonies on May 10, 11 and 13, Hinds Community College awarded 1,526 degrees and certificates to 1,107 graduates. A number of graduates received more than one credential.
“It has not only filled our minds with knowledge but gave us a chance for the hands-on experience that is not always given at every college.”
“It means opening up a door to a whole new world of opportunities. Hinds has helped me and many others achieve that dream…”
“The Hinds faculty and staff have given us one of the biggest gifts of the ability to have the knowledge and kindness to tackle the journey of life through our new occupations.”
“Graduation means the world to me, especially with the accolades and opportunities I’ve received. This has given me confidence and the much needed belief in myself.”
Twenty First Team members from across the nation are named annually with each receiving a $5,000 scholarship.
Legislators appropriated $24 million over two sessions and Rankin County Supervisors have also committed to assisting with the funding.
Retired baseball coach George McQuitter was inducted into the Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges Sports Hall of Fame on April 25.