The Hinds Community College Foundation recognized some of its 2016-2017 scholarship recipients, donors and honorees at a reception on Sept. 28 at the Muse Center on the Rankin Campus. Other scholarship recipients and donors will be honored on the Vicksburg-Warren Campus on Nov. 11 and the Utica Campus on Nov. 13.

 

The Hinds Community College Foundation awarded more than 600 scholarships in the 2016-2017 academic year.  The deadline to apply for a Hinds Community College Foundation scholarship has changed. The new deadline for next year is Feb. 15, 2017. For more information, visit www.hindscc.edu.

As Mississippi’s largest community college, Hinds Community College is a comprehensive institution offering quality, affordable educational opportunities with academic programs of study leading to seamless university transfer and career and technical programs teaching job-ready skills. With six locations in central Mississippi, Hinds enrolled nearly 12,000 credit students in fall 2016. To learn more, visit www.hindscc.edu or call 1.800.HindsCC.

[tweetable alt=””]The deadline to apply for a Hinds Community College Foundation scholarship is Feb. 15, 2017.[/tweetable]

Among those recognized was Ashleigh Burns of Pearl, right, who received the Mississippi Telco Federal Credit Union Scholarship. She is shown with Alana Miles of Polkville, representing the credit union.
Among those recognized was Ashleigh Burns of Pearl, right, who received the Mississippi Telco Federal Credit Union Scholarship. She is shown with Alana Miles of Polkville, representing the credit union.
Among those recognized was Amanda Jones of Collins, third from the left, who received the M.F. and Dorothy Herring Scholarship. Pictured with her are, from left, Richard Foster and Judy Foster of Madison and, right, Beth Cox of Flowood.
Among those recognized was Amanda Jones of Collins, third from the left, who received the M.F. and Dorothy Herring Scholarship. Pictured with her are, from left, Richard Foster and Judy Foster of Madison and, right, Beth Cox of Flowood.
Among those recognized was Jordan Davis of Raymond, right, who received the Merchants & Planters Scholarship. He is shown with David McCain, of Ridgeland, representing Merchants & Planters Bank.
Among those recognized was Jordan Davis of Raymond, right, who received the Merchants & Planters Scholarship. He is shown with David McCain, of Ridgeland, representing Merchants & Planters Bank.
Among those recognized were Jaimie Abrams of Brandon, who received the Mullins Family Endowed Scholarship.
Among those recognized were Jaimie Abrams of Brandon, who received the Mullins Family Endowed Scholarship.
Among those recognized was Kearra Keyes of Laurel, who received the David and Jean Edison Yewell Scholarship.
Among those recognized was Kearra Keyes of Laurel, who received the David and Jean Edison Yewell Scholarship.
Among those recognized were James Hunter Harvey of Edwards, front from left, and Skyler Price of Utica, who received the Ken Smith Memorial Scholarship. They are with members of Ken Smith’s family, back from left, Vickie Smith of Learned, Randy Smith of Learned and Alyson Smith Dale of Brandon.
Among those recognized were James Hunter Harvey of Edwards, front from left, and Skyler Price of Utica, who received the Ken Smith Memorial Scholarship. They are with members of Ken Smith’s family, back from left, Vickie Smith of Learned, Randy Smith of Learned and Alyson Smith Dale of Brandon.
Among those recognized was Cameron Brown of Raymond, who received the Aaron Rankin Memorial Scholarship.
Among those recognized was Cameron Brown of Raymond, who received the Aaron Rankin Memorial Scholarship.
Among those recognized was Shelby Carroll of Clinton, front from left, Joseph Warren of Raymond, Caleb Pace of Terry; back, Mason Sollie of Raymond, Wyatt O’Keefe of Terry and Taylor Little of Crystal Springs, all of whom received the Charlie Griffin Scholarship.
Among those recognized was Shelby Carroll of Clinton, front from left, Joseph Warren of Raymond, Caleb Pace of Terry; back, Mason Sollie of Raymond, Wyatt O’Keefe of Terry and Taylor Little of Crystal Springs, all of whom received the Charlie Griffin Scholarship.
Among those recognized was Abdulaziz Yafai of Jackson, second from right, who received the Matthew Taylor Rankin Scholarship. He is with Hinds Community College employees Carla Cause of Pearl, left, April Reynolds of Jackson and Aleisha Coins of Terry, far right.
Among those recognized was Abdulaziz Yafai of Jackson, second from right, who received the Matthew Taylor Rankin Scholarship. He is with Hinds Community College employees Carla Cause of Pearl, left, April Reynolds of Jackson and Aleisha Coins of Terry, far right.
Among those recognized were Myia Harris of Clinton, left, who received the Jessie McClendon Thrash Scholarship and Chelsea Hooper of Terry, who received the George M. McLendon Scholarship. With them is George Thrash of Raymond.
Among those recognized were Myia Harris of Clinton, left, who received the Jessie McClendon Thrash Scholarship and Chelsea Hooper of Terry, who received the George M. McLendon Scholarship. With them is George Thrash of Raymond.
Among those recognized was Cyla Logan of Edwards, who received the Henry B. Covington Scholarship. With her is Gwyan Covington of Brandon.
Among those recognized was Cyla Logan of Edwards, who received the Henry B. Covington Scholarship. With her is Gwyan Covington of Brandon.
Among those recognized are Jason Whitfield of Clinton, left, who received the Mississippi Jets Scholarship. With him is Stanley Whitfield of Clinton.
Among those recognized are Jason Whitfield of Clinton, left, who received the Mississippi Jets Scholarship. With him is Stanley Whitfield of Clinton.
Among those recognized are Cartez Posey of Clinton, who received the Malcolm and Fredna Cockerham Scholarship. He is shown with Fredna Cockerham of Terry.
Among those recognized are Cartez Posey of Clinton, who received the Malcolm and Fredna Cockerham Scholarship. He is shown with Fredna Cockerham of Terry.
Among those recognized was recipient Daleshia Lindsey of Edwards, who received the Eddie Cooper Memorial Scholarship.
Among those recognized was recipient Daleshia Lindsey of Edwards, who received the Eddie Cooper Memorial Scholarship.
Among those recognized were Hunter Lowery of Raymond, who received the Liles and Ruth Ann Williams Scholarship.
Among those recognized were Hunter Lowery of Raymond, who received the Liles and Ruth Ann Williams Scholarship.
Among those recognized were Rutchelyn Marie Elizar of Florence, who received the Wiman Family Scholarship, and Hannah Stovall of Brandon, who received the Thomas Wiman Scholarship.
Among those recognized were Rutchelyn Marie Elizar of Florence, who received the Wiman Family Scholarship, and Hannah Stovall of Brandon, who received the Thomas Wiman Scholarship.
Among those recognized were Jenny White of Clinton, second from left, and Sara Katherine Dew of Yazoo City, second from right, both of whom received the Anna Cowden Bee Scholarship. With them are Angela Hite of Raymond, left, and Carol Warren of Madison, right.
Among those recognized were Jenny White of Clinton, second from left, and Sara Katherine Dew of Yazoo City, second from right, both of whom received the Anna Cowden Bee Scholarship. With them are Angela Hite of Raymond, left, and Carol Warren of Madison, right.
Among those recognized was Keshun Smith of Raleigh, who received the Puckett Machinery Scholarship.
Among those recognized was Keshun Smith of Raleigh, who received the Puckett Machinery Scholarship.
Among those recognized was Cassidy Willis of Cary, who received the Wiley Magee Scholarship.
Among those recognized was Cassidy Willis of Cary, who received the Wiley Magee Scholarship.
Among those recognized was Walker Staten of Clinton, who received the J.C. “Sonny” McDonald Scholarship. With him is Jan McDonald Hopkins of Madison.
Among those recognized was Walker Staten of Clinton, who received the J.C. “Sonny” McDonald Scholarship. With him is Jan McDonald Hopkins of Madison.
Among those honored was Andrew Babb of Brandon, who received the Hinds and Rankin County Athletic Scholarship.
Among those honored was Andrew Babb of Brandon, who received the Hinds and Rankin County Athletic Scholarship.
Among those recognized was Robi Lamb of Raymond, who received the A.P. and T.B. Fatherree Scholarship.
Among those recognized was Robi Lamb of Raymond, who received the A.P. and T.B. Fatherree Scholarship.
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