• Apply now for an Endowed Scholarship

    Apply now for an Endowed ScholarshipThe Office of Institutional Advancement is now accepting applications for endowed scholarships. Review the guidelines for more information.
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  • Helicopter places AC units on new buildings

    Helicopter places AC units on new buildingsCommunity people, staff and students lined Bird Drive on Saturday morning, Feb. 14, to watch a helicopter make fast work of placing CHA units on the rooftops of the two new buildings under construction at Panola College.
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  • Spring enrollment reaches 2402

    Spring enrollment reaches 2402The final tally is in and Panola College set an enrollment record for spring semester classes with 2,402 students for spring 2015, according to Registrar Jeremy Dorman.
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  • Zumbathon charity event to be held Sat. March 7

    Zumbathon charity event to be held Sat. March 7The workforce and continuing education program will host a Zumbathon charity event to benefit Mission Carthage Sat., March 7.
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Latest News from the Pony Express

  • Students prepare for vocal performances
    The Pipers, the Chorale, the Chambers Singers, and the voice lesson students are all practicing for their spring 2015 performances. Sedric Black, Kyana Regan, Athalia Brand, and Denise Wilson will perform at 6 p.m. Friday, Feb. 27 for the Black History Month program sponsored by the Panola County Republican Women in Carthage at the Extension […]..more
  • Fillies Pink Out game set for February 28
    The Panola College Fillies are raising funds to support The Cure Starts Now Foundation, which was founded by Lauren Hill. The Pink Out game is scheduled for 2 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 28. The Fillies will play Bossier Parish in the Carthage High School gym. “The Fillies have challenged themselves to raise $2,500 to support this […]..more
  • Student Spotlight: Denis Nyamwega
    Spotlight nominee Denis Nyamwega is in his second year of the Associate Degree Nursing program at Panola College. Ashley Brewster and Patti Galiano, ADN instructors, nominated Nyamwega. “He was and still is an amazing student and person!” Brewster says. “He never complains about anything, he is super smart and always smiles.” Originally from Africa, Nyamwega, […]..more
  • Sign up to go bowl!
      Catch the Bowling Fever!  Ride the bus to  Maverick Bowling Alley in Marshall on April 2nd at 6:15pm.  Enjoy a fun filled night with friends! Spots are limited to 48 students!  Hurry and bring your $10 RSVP to the Student Services office or call Student Activities at (903) 693-2094.  You must apply by Mar. […]..more
    You know what they say about Texas weather… In just a few days, the weather changed from a sunny 70-degree day, to a day of sleet, and finally, on Wednesday, Feb. 25, a beautiful snowfall. Enjoy it while it lasts. After all…this is Texas...more