Make It Official by Attending Coahoma’s On-Site Registration!

Onsite Registration

Make It Official by Attending Coahoma’s On-Site Registration!

Current and prospective students will have the opportunity to get geared for an educational trail to success with a three-day on-site registration on the College's main campus. Those looking to begin with admittance into Coahoma Community College will need to bring their application, official transcript from high school or other institution of higher learning or GED scores, and their ACT scores.

Make It Official by Attending Coahoma’s On-Site Registration!

Press Release from Coahoma Community College Public Relations; (662) 621-4057 - Melody Dixon

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Tue Aug 11, 2020

CCC Student

Current and prospective students will have the opportunity to get geared for an educational trail to success with a three-day on-site registration on the College's main campus.

On-site registration will be held from August 12-14. From 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, August 12 and from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Thursday, August 13, and Friday, August 14, 2020, personnel will be available to provide reliable assistance.

The Admissions department, Academic Affairs, and Academic departments will aid students in the Pinnacle. The Financial Aid and Business departments will assist in the Vivian M. Presley Administration Building, and the Division of Career and Technical Education will serve students in the Marion Reid Gymnasium.

Those looking to begin with admittance into Coahoma Community College will need to bring their application, official transcript from high school or other institution of higher learning or GED scores, and their ACT scores.

According to Director of Admissions Dr. Nakisha Watts, a protocol has also been implemented. For safety reasons, personnel will collect the student's cell phone number in the Pinnacle lobby and ask them to wait in their vehicle until it is their turn to be serviced. A limit of two persons is allowed in the lobby. Additional accompaniment, especially children, is strongly discouraged.

This fall, students will be presented with the option of hybrid learning, a combination of face-to-face instruction and online activities.

Glass shields and chairs placed 6 feet apart will promote a safe environment. Everyone is required to wear a mask. Hand sanitizer will be stationed and masks provided if needed. Students may also prepare to dial up their advisors for assistance with creating their course schedules over the phone during the three-day registration.

Students can get their ID cards made in the Pinnacle. However, after the last day of registration, student identification cards will be distributed on the second floor of the Dickerson-Johnson Library. Students are asked to present their course schedule and/or fee sheet stating whether they will reside on campus or commute.

If you have any questions or concerns, call (662) 627-2571 for assistance.

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