Coahoma Community College is one of the Black Colleges and African
American Universities on the Historical Black Colleges &
Universities (HBCU) list. It began as an Agricultural High School for
Negroes in 1924. The Junior College curriculum was added in 1949. In
1989 it became Coahoma Community College and provides educational
services to a five-county service area.
Coahoma offers 2-year associate’s degrees, community classes and GED and online testing services.