• Fillies Sweep Brookhaven in Home Opener

    Fillies Sweep Brookhaven in Home OpenerThe 14th ranked Panola College Fillies took down Brookhaven College in 3 sets (25-17, 25-19, 25-13). The Fillies will travel to San Jacinto this weekend for the Patriot Day Tournament where they will face Lee College at 11am Friday and #3 ranked Hillsborough College at 3pm.
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  • Panola Means Savings

    Panola Means SavingsClasses at Panola cost 86% less than most private universities.. Check out the variety of course offerings and register today, the savings will surprise you!
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  • 30-day photo challenge offers prizes

    30-day photo challenge offers prizesBeginning Monday, Aug. 22, the challenge will be posted on Panola College’s Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook pages. To compete, shoot a photo and post it to the social media accounts, using that day’s hashtag, plus #picmyPC. You could win a prize!
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  • Panola complies with Kari’s Law

    Panola complies with Kari’s LawBeginning this semester you can dial 911 from any campus phone without dialing 9 for an outbound line. Panola College is now in compliance with Kari’s Law.
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  • Enroll Now in the Panola College School of Energy

    Enroll Now in the Panola College School of EnergyCNN Money says that an energy industry worker shortage is on the horizon. Be ready--enroll now in the Panola College School of Energy!
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  • Library to host Altered Books exhibit

    Library to host Altered Books exhibitThe M.P. Baker Library at Panola College will host an “Altered Books” exhibit by artist Corrine Jones in the Fay Allison Gallery from September 1- 29, 2016. A reception will be held from 2-3 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 29, in the M.P. Baker Library Foyer.
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  • Continuing education sets fall schedule

    Continuing education sets fall scheduleA free CyberSafe class for seniors is set for Sept. 6-7 on the Carthage Panola College campus. This class is just one of an array of course offerings geared for the community that are on the fall Continuing Education schedule.
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  • Remembering 9/11: an EMT’s experience

    Remembering 9/11: an EMT’s experienceThe M.P. Baker Library will host Remembering 9/11 with special speaker Dr. Alex Korniyenko at noon, Tuesday, Sept. 6, in the Murphy-Payne Community room.
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  • Floating granite globe fountain fascinates

    Floating granite globe fountain fascinatesThe floating granite fountain was recently installed on the College lawn between the new Health and Natural Sciences Building and the Gullette Technology Building. The beginning of "The Inspiration Garden" sponsored by the Panola College Foundation.
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  • Foundation to host designer purse bingo

    Foundation to host designer purse bingoThe Panola College Foundation announces a Designer Purse Bingo fundraising event on Thursday, Oct. 20 at the John D. Windham Civic Center in Center. The doors will open at 6:30 p.m., and the games will begin at 7 p.m.
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Latest News from the Pony Express

  • Join Archery Today!
    Why should you join archery? Because it’s a blast! Students who need a kinesiology credit should consider registering for Archery. In Archery students develop skills that can be used for anything from competition shooting to bow fishing. Best of all, absolutely no previous experience is required, both veterans and novice shooters are welcome. All the necessary equipment is […]..more
  • Library offers new language software
    TexShare has provided a new language acquisition tool for the MP Baker Library this year. It is called Pronunciator. You will find it on the faculty/student page of the library’s website. It has all levels for 80 languages, an 8-week travel course, a healthcare course, flashcards, drills, etc. It can access your microphone and camera […]..more
  • Panola College assists Louisiana flood victims
    Denise Welch, Financial Aid Director at Panola College, is leading an effort to help people affected by the flooding in Louisiana. The flooding has damaged or destroyed the homes of many people and a few of those affected go to a school where Welch’s cousin teaches. “My cousin teaches in Baton Rouge,” she said. “At […]..more
  • Remembering 9/11: an EMT’s experience
    The M.P. Baker Library will host Remembering 9/11 with special speaker Dr. Alex Korniyenko at noon, Tuesday, Sept. 6, in the Murphy-Payne Community room. Dr. Korniyenko is a cardiologist with Tyler Cardiovascular Consultants. He is affiliated with six hospitals in the East Texas area and visits Carthage regularly to see patients at the local ETMC offices. […]..more
  • Fillies hopes high for 2016 season
    Editor’s Note: The following article by Jack Stallard, sports editor for The Longview News-Journal, appeared in the Friday, Aug. 26, edition of the newspaper, and is reprinted here with permission.   When the Panola Fillies walked off the court for the last time in 2015, head coach Amber McCray immediately began looking ahead to the […]..more