JSU, Hinds Community College to hold Academic Partnership Program Summit – Sept. 28

Jackson State University and Hinds Community College will convene the Academic Partnership Program Summit for JSU and HCC faculty, staff and administrators from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, Sept. 28, at the JSU Student Center, ballroom B. Lunch will be served.

The purpose of the summit is to work toward a cohesive, efficient and effectual relationship among individuals involved in the matriculation of HCC graduates to JSU. The summit will convene annually to build upon strengths and address challenges in an effort to make the transition from HCC to JSU a seamless process.

Attendees will include JSU transfer advisors, recruitment and admissions personnel and HCC staff, faculty and administrators involved in advising, counseling and evaluating transcripts. The summit aims to help attendees increase productivity, provide deep quality service to students and become part of a winning team motivated to serve.

Program outline:
11-11:30 a.m.:                       Registration
11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.:               Lunch
1 – 3:30 p.m.:                         Roundtable discussions
3:30 – 4 p.m.:                         Wrap-up

Dr. Teresa Hamilton, Vice President for Academic Affairs, HCC
Dr. James C. Renick, Interim Provost & Vice President for Academic Affairs, JSU

Ms. Stephanie Chatman, Enrollment Manager, JSU
Dr. Evelyn Leggette, Dean of Undergraduate Studies, JSU
Dr. Priscilla Slade, Special Assistant to Provost for Community Colleges, JSU

For more information, call Dr. Slade at 601-979-1781.


2 thoughts on “JSU, Hinds Community College to hold Academic Partnership Program Summit – Sept. 28

  1. I admonished all students to attend this event. JSU and Hinds have many interest in common that not only benefits them (the schools); but the students as well. Hinds has other partnering schools such as Delta State, USM (Hattisburg Southern) and even Mississippi State University programs that allows students to complete their B.A. and B.S. all at Hinds. In other words, students don’t really have to leave Hinds when they get their Associate Degrees. They can stay there at Hinds College and register through the 2+2 program. Way to Go JSU! 🙂 GO TIGERS

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