The Coahoma Community College Department of Safety, in conjunction with the Coahoma County Sheriff's Office, is investigating a nonviolent death on the main campus of Coahoma Community College.
In a brief statement issued by CCC, the college said the incident occurred Monday morning, Feb. 22.
"At this time, the investigation is ongoing, and the College will not comment further until the investigation is complete," the statement said.
Coahoma Community College is one of the state's smallest colleges in Mississippi's community college system. It has its own security department, but typically calls on the Coahoma County Sheriff's Department for large events and more serious situations.
Located on 99-acres northeast of Clarksdale, Coahoma Community College offers more than 55 university parallel degree programs, eight Health Science programs and 15 Career and Technical Education programs. Classes are offered online, in the classroomand at extension sites within our five-county service area of Bolivar, Coahoma, Tallahatchie,Tunica and Quitman counties.