Colleges & Universities

Valley State LogoMississippi Valley State University

Mississippi Valley State University is located within Leflore County.  The university features the College of Art and Sciences, College of Professional Studies, College of Education, and Graduate School courses.  Their most notable alumnus is Jerry Rice.


Mississippi State logoMississippi State University

Mississippi State University is a comprehensive doctoral research university with very high research activity is a located 70 miles from Leflore County.  The land grant university serves more than 20,000 students.  It features the following colleges: College of Agriculture & Life Sciences, College of Architecture Art and Design, Colleges of Arts and Sciences, College of Business, School of Accountancy, College of Education, College of Engineering, College of Chemical Engineering, Honors College, College of Forest Resources, College of Veterinary Medicine, and the School of Human Science.


Ole Miss LogoOle Miss

The University of Mississippi is an R1: Doctoral University- Highest Research Activity is located 70 miles from Leflore County.  The state’s largest university serves more than 23,000 students.    Ole Miss features the following colleges: School of Accountancy, School of Applied Sciences, School of Business Administration, School of Education, School of Engineering, College of Liberal Arts, Graduate School, School of Law, School of Pharmacy, School of Journalism and New Media, General Studies, School of Dentistry, School of Health Related Professions, School of Nursing, School of Medicine, and the School of Graduate Studies in the Health Sciences.


Delta State LogoDelta State University

Delta State University is a regional public university located 40 miles from Leflore County.  Delta State features the following schools: College of Arts and Sciences, College of Business, College of Education, and School of Nursing.


Mississippi Delta Community College LogoMississippi Delta Community College

Mississippi Delta Community College which has a location in Greenwood serves over 3,000 students.  It provides 2-year and technical degrees in the following programs; Business, English, Fine Arts, College Prep, HPER, Law Enforcement, Math and Science, Social/Behavioral Sciences and Humanities, Automotive Machinist, Automotive Mechanics, Brick Block and Stone Masonry, Construction Equipment Operations, Culinary Arts, Electronics, Field Crops/Agricultural Business and Management Technology, Heating and Air, Industrial Electricity, Machine Tool Operations, Office Systems, Welding, Accounting Technology, Biomedical Electronics Technology, Computer Networking Technology, Drafting and Design Technology, Healthcare Data Technology, Precision Agriculture Technology, Dental Hygiene Technology, EMT, Associate Degree Nursing, Health Care Assistant, Medical Lab Technology, Phlebotomy, Practical Nursing, and Radiologic Technology.

Holmes Community College

Established in 1911, Holmes Community College is headquartered in Goodman, Mississippi. The system has campuses in three cities: Grenada, Ridgeland, and Goodman. Holmes has satellite campuses in Kosciusko and Webster Counties as well. Holmes serves over 3,000 students. This 2-year public institution provides a range of degree and certificate courses through campus-based and distance education programs. It offers academic programs in Aviation Management, Biological Science, Business Administration, Forestry and Wildlife, Liberal Arts, Childcare, and Music among others.


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