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Dr. Michael Heindl congratulates a Fall 2020 graduate during Northwest's drive-thru graduation celebration. 


Northwest football defeated MGCCC 40-13 to capture the 2020 MACCC Championship!


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Before I came to Northwest I was pretty shy and very intimidated to meet new people and get involved, but this place has helped me grow as a leader and pulled confidence out of me that I never knew I had.

Jessica Herron, Liberal Arts 

“I read somewhere that if you smile at least once a day, it can change your overall mood and vibe. Between school and cheerleading obligations things can get pretty hectic, but I just try my best to stay focused and smile through everything. Even if I’m not having the best day, I keep a smile on my face in hopes of making someone else’s day better.”

Satsha Burden Mathematics 

The scholarships are very helpful, and every little bit has helped our family. I’m not sure if my daughter and I would both be able to be in the program at the same time had it not been for the Foundation scholarships we received.

Sammie and Seanna Kinkade, Associate Degree Nursing

Northwest by the Numbers

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of Career, Technical, and Allied Health graduates secure employment within their field.


Northwest awarded more High School Equivalency diplomas than any other state agency for the last two years.


degrees and certificates were awarded to NWCC students in 2018-2019.

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Northwest graduates earn up to 3x more money than those who only have a high school diploma.


students in degree and non-degree programs, workforce training, and adult education classes annually.


All academic, college-level classes will transfer to any four-year college or university in Mississippi.


Since 2000, a total of 280 student athletes have gone on to play at four-year schools. 

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