• Health and Natural Sciences Building nears completion!

    Health and Natural Sciences Building nears completion!Construction crews are putting the final touches on the Panola College new Health and Natural Sciences Building, which will be open for classes on Monday, August 24, when the Fall 2015 semester begins.
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  • New Courses Available!

    New Courses Available!HVAC, Compression, Electrical, and Construction. Check the Fall schedule or contact your advisor for more information!
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Latest News from the Pony Express

  • Fillies Volleyball team starts strong
    The Panola College Volleyball team opened its season with a strong showing at the annual Dana Hatch Invitational, Aug. 21-21, in Tyler. The Fillies faced four solid teams all ranked within the top 13 of the National Polls. The Fillies finished 2-2 sweeping 13th ranked Hill College and coming back from a 0-2 deficit to […]..more
  • Fantastic Four: A Review
    Fantastic Four, or, as some of the marketing calls it, Fant4stic, in order to get the “hip and young” demographic, is without a doubt one the worst movies I’ve ever seen. Now before I go onto the actual movie, I think I need to start off in the beginning. The original name is like what […]..more
  • Free BBQ set Tuesday, Sept. 1
    For the first 50 non-meal plan students and faculty, free BBQ will be available in the cafeteria starting at 11 a.m., Tuesday, Sept. 1. The menu will include BBQ sandwiches, baked beans, potato salad, corn on the cob, and peach cobbler. The back-to-school BBQ lunch is sponsored by Panola College student activities as a way […]..more
  • 250 students move into residence halls
    Panola College residence hall students started arriving early on Saturday, Aug. 22, to finish their paperwork and move into their dorm rooms. Parents, brothers, sisters, cousins, aunts, uncles, friends, neighbors, faculty, staff and church members were on hand to help. With a record enrollment of more than 2,200 students on campus this fall, the residence […]..more
  • Record enrollment + construction = parking woes
    Record enrollment coupled with new construction that eliminated parking areas on campus will result in challenges for commuting students this fall. Construction will continue throughout the fall semester. Additional parking spaces are on the drawing board, but, for now, careful planning can help alleviate the stress of circling through campus searching for a parking place. […]..more