WHEN YOU ARE
Life has changed for all of us over the past year. If all the uncertainty caused you to hit pause on your college education…we understand.
But we want you to know we never stopped. We are still here and committed to providing you with an education that leads to real opportunity. Whether your focus is on academics or a career and technical field, we have a pathway for you.
You might be a first-time college student, or looking for a change in your career. Either way, it’s time to take that first step.
3 Easy Steps
Registration for Spring 2021 Begins November 9th
Step 1 - Apply
Apply for general admission to Hinds Community College for the Spring 2021 semester, if you have not done so already.
Step 2 - Submit Transcripts & Scores
Submit your official high school transcript and ACT scores. If you have not had the ACT, take the ACCUPLACER at any Hinds campus. If you are still in high school, submit your final transcript after your graduation. If you received a high school equivalency (HSE) diploma, request your official HSE diploma transcript at www.diplomasender.com.
Submit the official college transcript from the most recent college you attended showing the completion of at least three credit hours in both English and Math. If you submit an in-progress transcript, remember to submit another official college transcript after your grades are posted this semester. If you have not completed at least three credit hours of both English and Math, then you must also submit your official ACT scores or take the ACCUPLACER.
Step 3 - Register for Classes
All new Hinds students or returning students who have not attended Hinds for at least one semester must be advised by a counselor before registering for classes. Simply visit any Hinds location during business hours to see a counselor or request Remote Advising.
Current students (excluding dual enrolled students) may register for classes in My.Hinds. However, if you need advising or help with your program of study, we invite you to visit with a counselor.
“It’s a big moment when a student returns to me after they leave and say, ‘Miss Cockrell, I can’t believe it. This same situation happened and I knew how to take care of my patient.’ They got that experience here in the simulation center. That’s big to know we’re producing competent healthcare providers in a safe environment who know how to take care of patients.”
George Ball Simulation Center
Give Us A Call
You can always give us a call. Our recruiters are available for phone calls Monday—Friday, 8 AM—4:30 PM.
“When you look at touching students’ lives, I take pride in helping students even in small ways…you also give them the opportunity to feel that hope in their lives. It sounds cheesy, but when you see it happen in front of you, it’s hard to deny it. I feel it makes me a better teacher.”
It gives me gratitude to help students in a way that instructors have helped me in my own life. I enjoy giving them opportunities that go beyond just the normal classroom.
At Hinds, I’ve had several students go on and play major roles in the film industry in Mississippi. For me, that brings a great sense of joy. I feel like I’m a happy father.
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