• Panola College is leading the way to Health Intelligence

    Panola College is leading the way to Health IntelligenceHealth Information Technology (H.I.T.) is a non patient care health science program offered here at Panola College. Read more to see the expected growth of this field.
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  • 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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  • Be You!

    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

  • SGA elects officers, plans activities
    Panola College students elected Student Government Association elected officers recently. They include Faustino Angel, president; Penelope Tomlin, vice president; Melissa Crooks, treasurer; Sedric Black, reporter and Sean O’Neal, secretary. All interested students are invited to attend SGA meetings every Tuesday at 5 p.m. in the Panola Room of the Student Center. Activities on the SGA Calendar so […]..more
  • Fillies Volleyball stands strong against Navarro
    In front of a loud and rowdy crowd, the Panola College Fillies took down the Navarro College Lady Bulldogs in dramatic fashion. The night promised to be an exciting one after the first set finished 30-32 in the Lady Bulldogs favor, but the Fillies came roaring back to win the second set 25-12. After the […]..more
  • Durham participates in medical mission trip
    I went on my very first mission trip when I was 14 years old. I went with my youth group to Brunswick, Georgia. It was right there on the coast, so we had the opportunity to do beach evangelism and we also worked at a Boys and Girls Club that week. That’s where it all […]..more
  • Rodeo Slack free Saturday, Sept. 27
    Collegiate cowboys and cowgirls from all across the region will be at the Carthage Cattleman’s Arena on Friday and Saturday, Sept. 26-27. Slack competition begins at noon both days. No admission fee will be charged for the slack events, and admission to the evening rodeo performances will be $5, with the rodeo beginning at 7 […]..more
  • Arsenic and Old Lace gets rave reviews
    Panola Theater department performed Arsenic and Old Lace for the annual dinner theater on September 19-21. The play received good reviews from Panola instructors including Becky Gullette. “Thank you Panola Drama Department for such an entertaining production of “Arsenic and Old Lace.” It is one of my favorite movies and I think even Cary Grant would have been […]..more