• Science-Health Sciences building foundation poured

    Science-Health Sciences building foundation pouredConcrete trucks were lined up on Wednesday, Sept. 17, pouring concrete for the foundation of the new Science-Health Sciences building.
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  • Panola Students help "RampUP" Project

    Panola Students help "RampUP" ProjectCheri Lambert, Chair of the Panola College Occupational Therapy Assistant program, organized student participation in the RampUP project.
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    Be You!Let Panola College take you where you want to go and prepare for the career you want.
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Latest News from the Pony Express

  • Media Arts to meet Thursday, Sept. 25
    Students interested in media arts are invited to attend a meeting of the Media Arts Club at 4 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 25 in Room 107 of the Miller Administration Building. At the last meeting, members discussed the upcoming Red River Revel, a week-long art festival to be held October 4-11 at the Festival Center […]..more
  • Successful celebration of Constitution Day
    The half-hour program to inform people of the importance of our U.S. Constitution was a success. The choir and band gave a great performance of the National Anthem and God Bless America. Bill Offer informed everyone well of the importance of our constitution...more
  • Science-Health Sciences building foundation poured
    Concrete trucks were lined up on Wednesday, Sept. 17, pouring concrete for the foundation of the new Science-Health Sciences building at Panola College. The 64,000-square foot structure will open in Fall 2015 and will be the new home for science and health science programs, labs and faculty offices. Across campus, work continues on the new […]..more
  • Ponies on ice: challenged for a good cause
    Todd Shelton, Panola College Head Baseball Coach, and Brandon Benton, Assistant Baseball Coach, were all wet one day last week when they accepted the Ice Bucket Challenge. The fun-filled event has swept the country, raising millions of dollars for ALS research, (Lou Gehrig Disease.) Two Ponies baseball players, Davis Wilson and Tyler Yancey, had the task […]..more
  • Fillies Volleyball opens this season strong
    The Panola College Volleyball team opened season this past weekend with a strong showing, finishing 3-1 at the annual Dana Hatch Invitational hosted by Tyler Junior College. The Fillies went 2-0 on the first day, defeating Colby CC in 5 games (25-16, 22-25, 28-30, 25-13, 15-10) and Western Texas in 4 (25-19, 25-14, 22-25, 25-17). […]..more