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David Rose, Network Support Technology instructor on the Rankin Campus, explains his program to Beth Pettway of Brandon who is planning to enroll in the program at Hinds Community College this fall.

David Rose, Network Support Technology instructor on the Rankin Campus, explains his program to Beth Pettway of Brandon who is planning to enroll in the program at Hinds Community College this fall.

Rankin Campus instructor Carley Page, left, talks to Courtney Bounds, Carly Bounds and their mom Michelle Bounds, all of Brandon, about Hinds Community College. Carly plans to enroll in fall classes.

Rankin Campus instructor Carley Page, left, talks to Courtney Bounds, Carly Bounds and their mom Michelle Bounds, all of Brandon, about Hinds Community College. Carly plans to enroll in fall classes.

Erika Velazquez of Morton, center, plans to move in with her sister Lucy Velazquez of Pearl and her niece Luz Marie to attend Hinds Community College's Rankin Campus this fall. Jean Vaughan, Rankin Campus Admissions processor, left, talks Erika through the process.

Erika Velazquez of Morton, center, plans to move in with her sister Lucy Velazquez of Pearl and her niece Luz Marie to attend Hinds Community College’s Rankin Campus this fall. Jean Vaughan, Rankin Campus Admissions processor, left, talks Erika through the process.

Caleb Courtney of Florence, left, and his mother Patti Courtney talk to Music Industry instructor Knight Bruce about the Hinds Community College Raymond Campus program.

Caleb Courtney of Florence, left, and his mother Patti Courtney talk to Music Industry instructor Knight Bruce about the Hinds Community College Raymond Campus program.

Pearl residents Michelle Widener and her husband Travis Widener,  a Navy veteran who is now in the Air National Guard, talk to Hinds Community College Veterans Services coordinator Ryan Braswell about some of the financial benefits of attending the college.

Pearl residents Michelle Widener and her husband Travis Widener, a Navy veteran who is now in the Air National Guard, talk to Hinds Community College Veterans Services coordinator Ryan Braswell about some of the financial benefits of attending the college.

Early childhood technology chair Patricia Grantham explains some of the art projects in her booth to Florence residents Shelia McGowan and Carol Waller, both of whom said they want to enroll in the program.

Early childhood technology chair Patricia Grantham explains some of the art projects in her booth to Florence residents Shelia McGowan and Carol Waller, both of whom said they want to enroll in the program.

Leila Bailey of Brandon, left, plans to attend Hinds Community College's Rankin Campus in the fall to take prerequisites for the nursing program. Helping her is Hinds Rankin Campus nursing instructor Helen Renfrow.

Leila Bailey of Brandon, left, plans to attend Hinds Community College’s Rankin Campus in the fall to take prerequisites for the nursing program. Helping her is Hinds Rankin Campus nursing instructor Helen Renfrow.

 

About 200 people including prospective students and family members attended the Rankin Expo at Hinds Community College’s Rankin Campus on Feb. 24.

Students had a chance to find out about admissions, scholarships, majors and more, as well as enjoy free food and prizes.

For more information see the website at http://www.hindscc.edu/admissions/

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    Cathy Hayden is a 30-year career journalist with a bachelor's degree in journalism and English from the University of Mississippi and a master of theological studies from Spring Hill College in Mobile. Hayden, who covered education at The Clarion-Ledger for 17 years, came to Hinds Community College in January 2007.

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