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2018 Radiologic Technology program graduates

Radiologic Technology program graduatesHATTIESBURG - Eleven graduates of the Radiologic Technology program at Pearl River Community College’s Forrest County Center received pins May 10 at the Lowery A. Woodall Advanced Technology Center in a ceremony marking the end of their two years of study.

PRCC OTA students receive pins

OTA Graduating classHATTIESBURG - Nineteen students received pins May 10, signifying completion of the Pearl River Community College Occupational Therapy Assistant program at the Forrest County Center in Hattiesburg. The pinning ceremony was held at PRCC’s Lowery A. Woodall Advanced Technology Center.

Nursing students receive pins

  POPLARVILLE - Thirty nine students completed the two-year Associate Degree Nursing (ADN)  program during the spring semester at Pearl River Community College.
  They are now eligible now to take state licensing exams and pursue a nursing career.

President's List for spring 2018

  POPLARVILLE - Pearl River Community College’s top students were named to the President’s List for the spring 2018 semester.
  They maintained 4.0 grade points to make the list.
  The students are listed by hometowns:
Bay St. Louis - Dorwin L. Bowman, Brittany Marie Cantu, Dalton G. Dore, Steven J. Ingersoll, Taylor Lee, Jerrod Rigby.
Beaumont - Joshua D. Thomas
Biloxi - Seth N. McNelley.
Brandon - Adam Joseph Minton, Jordan S. Williamson.   
Brookhaven - Kayla Pendleton.
Brooklyn - Ambler Hall, Lacey B. Jones, Raegan N. Kearley.

Dean's List for spring 2018

  POPLARVILLE - Pearl River Community College has released the Dean’s List for the spring 2018 semester.
  Students must maintain a grade point average of 3.4 or higher to be named to the list.
  They are listed by hometowns:
Bassfield - Patience S. Diggs, Antwon M. Jefferson, Lauren Elizabeth Lee, NiJah Jenise Pace, Makiyah Washington.   

2017-18 graduates listed

Students who completed their studies in the summer and fall 2017 and the spring 2018 semesters were eligible to participate in graduation on Friday, May 11, at White Coliseum.
The graduates are listed by hometowns:
Aberdeen - Jartavius Dobbs.
Alligator - Devonta Brown.
Bassfield - Jasmine Adams, Ricardo Booth, Brian Broom, Bridget Lee, Lashonda Myers.

Graduates receive diplomas and congratulations

  POPLARVILLE - Pearl River Community College graduates got cheers, hugs and flowers Friday, May 11, along with their diplomas.
  About 500 students participated in one of two graduation ceremonies at White Coliseum on the Poplarville campus. Almost 1,000 students completed their studies in the summer and fall 2017 semesters and the spring 2018 semester and were eligible to participate.

Greene receives fellowship grant

  POPLARVILLE - A Pearl River Community College instructor has received a grant to attend the International Conference on World War II at the National World War II Museum in New Orleans in November.
  Helene Goldstein Greene was selected as a Moody Institute Fellow through the Mississippi Community College Foundation. Only four fellows were named for 2018.
  She teaches history, college study skills and First Year Seminar at PRCC’s Hancock Center and on the Poplarville campus.
  The conference will be held Nov. 29-Dec. 1.   

Apply for Summer Bridge to College Program

  POPLARVILLE - Applications are now being accepted by Pearl River Community College’s Student Support Services for the 13th annual Summer Bridge to College program, also known as START. Deadline is Thursday, May 31.
  The START program will meet from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Thursday plus one Friday, beginning July 2 and ending July 26.
  Students can earn up to nine college credits while learning skills needed to be successful in community college.

Honors graduates receive medallions

  POPLARVILLE - Graduates of the Dr. William Lewis Honors Institute at Pearl River Community College received medallions and congratulations Monday, April 30, in a ceremony at the Brownstone Center for the Arts.
  They will wear the medallions when they are the first students to receive diplomas at graduation on May 11.
  To become Honors Instititute graduates, they must complete a minimum of 21 hours of honors courses while maintaining a 3.4 grade point average.


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