The following four (4) requirements are general admissions requirements and must be completed by all students desiring admission to Coahoma Community College:

Each applicant is required to submit a completed application for admission. This application can be obtained by contacting the Office of Admissions and Records or by clicking here.

A first-time entering student seeking admission to the college should provide an official transcript bearing the principal's/registrar's signature, date of graduation (if applicable) and the school seal. 

Students who have passed the General Education Test must submit an official transcript of the General Education Diploma (GED) scores. To request an official GED Transcript, click here.

Students who have attended other institutions of higher learning must submit official college and/or military transcripts from ALL institutions attended.

Students seeking admission to the academic and technical programs are required to take the American College Test (ACT) and request that the results be sent to the Office of Admissions and Records. The ACT Code for Coahoma Community College is 002401.

A student cannot be admitted to an academic or technical program unless the ACT scores are on file in the Admissions and Records Office. First-time enrolled students 21 years of age and older are not required to take the ACT unless they are planning to enter into a specific program that requires it, such as the Practical Nursing, Respiratory Care and the Associate Degree Nursing Programs.