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The Hinds Community College camps in Utica, Mississippi, is the oldest Hinds campus and continues its legacy of providing high-quality instruction in high-demand career paths to serve both the local Utica community and world at large.
Student life on the Utica campus is likened to a close-knit family. Although the campus is small, it offers opportunities for you to meet other students and gain professional experience by joining groups like Phi Theta Kappa, SkillsUSA, Student Government and other campus organizations.
Academics at Utica include associate’s degree and technical programs. To obtain an associate’s of arts degree for transfer to a four-year program, you must complete the first two years of a program found in any four-year institution catalog. Specific areas of study are offered, but the diploma issued by Hinds will read as an associate’s degree.
Technical programs offered include:
- Construction Engineering
- Pharmacy Technology
- Medical Assisting Technology
- Surgical Technology
Students interested in applying must submit an official high school transcript or GED and ACT scores. To complete the admissions process, students must schedule a meeting with an academic advisor prior to enrollment. Students who have not taken the ACT will be required to take the COMPASS assessment.
Financial aid is available to students who demonstrated need. Forms of assistance include Mississippi State Tuition Assistance, federal grants, work-study programs and federal student loans.
Hinds Community College, Utica
Highway 18 West
Utica, MS 39175
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- Latino: 1%
- African American: 59%
- Caucasian: 38%
- Asian: 1%
- Unknown and Other: 1%
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