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Board of Trustees officers re-elected for new term

Northwest Mississippi Community College President, Dr. Michael Heindl (left) congratulates newly re-elected board officers Dr. Adam Pugh (center), chairman, Lafayette County, and Cory Uselton (right), vice chairman, DeSoto County at the Jan. 10 meeting of the Board of Trustees. Not pictured is Dr. Daryl Scoggin, secretary, Tate County. The Board of Trustees, comprised of 22 […]

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Men’s Basketball Interim Head Coach speaks to Rotary Club

Northwest Mississippi Community College Men’s Basketball Interim Head Coach Shane Oakley, second from left, was the speaker at the Nov. 9 meeting of the Senatobia Rotary Club. Oakley gave an overview of the upcoming season. Welcoming Oakley (l-r) was Northwest President, Dr. Michael Heindl, Rotary member and program leader; Jerry Brewer, Rotary president and Dr. […]

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Horton named VP of administration and finance at Northwest

Recently, Dr. Michael Heindl, president of Northwest Mississippi Community College, announced the appointment of Jeff Horton as vice president of Administration and Finance. Horton replaces Gary Mosley, who retired as vice president of Finance on June 30. Horton has extensive experience in higher education finance and administration, having served as vice president of finance and […]

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DeSoto Center assistant dean earns doctorate

Dr. Keith Reed, dean of Northwest Mississippi Community College’s DeSoto Center is pleased to announce that DeSoto Center Assistant Dean Josh Filtz recently earned his doctorate in Education with an emphasis in Higher Education from the University of Mississippi. Filtz has served as assistant dean since 2014. In this capacity, he provides support to the […]

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Domas and Campbell named vice presidents at Northwest

 On Aug. 27, Northwest Mississippi Community College President Dr. Michael Heindl announced the promotions of two current college administrators to vice president. Dr. Matthew Domas, who has served as associate vice president for Education since 2010, was named as vice president of Academic Instruction and College Parallel Programs. Dr. David Campbell has been serving the […]

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Northwest administrators meet with state finance, facility administrators

Northwest Mississippi Community College administration welcomed members of the Mississippi Department of Finance and Administration (DFA), the Bureau of Buildings, Grounds and Real Property Management (BoB) and local legislators to the college to review submitted capital building fund requests. A presentation of recently completed projects funded through state bond money was also made during the […]

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Northwest honored by Department of Defense for extraordinary support

Mississippi Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve, a Department of Defense program, announced today Doug Freeze, assistant director of Workforce Development and Dwayne Casey, associate dean of Workforce Development and Manufacturing Programs receivedthe ESGR Patriot Award in recognition of the extraordinary support of Northwest Mississippi Community College employees who serve in the Mississippi Guard […]

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Northwest to hold presidential inauguration Sept. 21

The public is cordially invited to attend the inauguration of Northwest Mississippi Community College’s ninth president, Dr. Michael J. Heindl on Friday, Sept. 21 at 2 p.m. The event will take place in Howard Coliseum on the Senatobia campus. A reception in the David M. Haraway Center will follow immediately. Heindl, who took office on […]

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Northwest Board of Trustees members recognized for service

At their recent state meeting,Northwest Mississippi Community College President, Dr. Michael Heindl (right) congratulated members of the Northwest Board of Trustees for their service to the college. Receiving awards were (l-r) Steve White of Lafayette County, 10 years; Jamie Anderson of Tallahatchie County, 10 years and David Hargett, Tallahatchie County, 30 years. (Photo submitted)

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College officials participate in “Fill the Gap” event in Jackson

College officials, faculty and students from the state’s community and junior colleges took to the Capitol steps in Jackson on March 20 in support of the “Fill the Gap” campaign for state funding. Richie Lawson, Northwest Mississippi Community College vice president for Education, center, and Dr. Matthew Domas, associate vice president for Education, right, visited […]

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