Record enrollment expected at CCC next term
Fall enrollment at Coahoma Community College may skyrocket to 3,000, and set the school’s second consecutive registration record, agree many CCC administrators including President Vivian Presley.
She said this year’s summer school registration has also been the highest in history, and the recent July 8-9 orientation for incoming freshmen and their parents topped 350.
Many are turning to professional careers vital to personal and community welfare; others are retraining and updating qualifications in their fields, she said.
Anne-Shelton Clark, vice president of Career Technical Education, reports large increases in several programs including culinary arts, cosmetology, business and office technology, welding, and carpentry.
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