Press Releases

ADORN Exhibit open through Sept. 24

Six southern artists creating in textiles, small-batch or one-of-a-kind wearable clothing, hats and handmade jewelry are presenting their individual art forms in a gallery exhibit titled “ADORN” at the Northwest Art Gallery on Northwest Mississippi Community College’s main campus.

  • Art
  • Exhibit
  • Fine Arts
2+2 Golf Tournament set for Sept. 16

Spots are filling up quickly for the 15th Annual BancorpSouth and Northcentral Electric Power Association 2+2 Scholarship Golf Tournament benefitting students at Northwest Mississippi Community College and the University of Mississippi at the DeSoto Center in Southaven.

  • 2+2 Golf Tournament
Northwest students offered vaccine opportunity

On Tuesday, Aug. 24, Northwest Mississippi Community College students will have the opportunity to be vaccinated against COVID-19 on-site at the college’s main campus.

  • COVID-19
  • students
Dale to helm Northwest Community Relations

Northwest Mississippi Community College is thrilled to welcome Dr. Andrew Dale as the school’s new associate vice president of Community Relations.

  • Community Relations
  • Employees
  • New hire
College announces updates to COVID policies

As was announced several months ago, Northwest Mississippi Community College faculty and staff have been eagerly anticipating the start of the new fall semester and the return of traditional college life to campus. The return to a traditional collegiate environment remains the college’s highest goal. However, due to the current and ever-evolving public health circumstances, this goal is not a practical or prudent option at this time.

Correro earns Educator of the Year honor

Northwest Mississippi Community College Student Success Navigator Julie Correro has been named the college’s 2021 Educator of the Year.

  • Award
  • Correro
  • Employees
Walker fills Northwest Student Services role

Northwest Mississippi Community College is pleased to announce that the college has welcomed Dr. Tommy “TJ” Walker to the role of district dean of Student Services.

  • Employees
  • New hire
  • Student Services
Dukes named Emerging Leader

The director of Northwest Mississippi Community College’s Funeral Services Technology program, EbonÄ“ Dukes, has been selected as one of the top 20 National Emerging Leaders in her field.

  • Award
  • Faculty