Established in 1924, Coahoma Community College is a historically black community college located in Coahoma County, Mississippi. It was initially an agricultural high school, and was the first of its kind in Miss., providing education for black students under the “separate but equal” doctrine for education. It grew to become a community college in 1989, and now offers associate and certificate degrees in over 50 majors, such as Exercise Science Kinesiotherapy, Welding & Cutting Technology, and Nursing. Student services include academic support, counselling, an online campus, and special needs facilities. Students life at the Coahoma is thriving, with activities such as various clubs & organisations, a student newspaper, student government, and a huge music scene with bands, choirs, and musical ensembles to boot!