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Boyce stepping down as president of community college

GOODMAN — The president of Holmes Community College will be stepping down on June 30 to become associate commissioner for academic affairs with the Institutions of Higher Learning.

Glenn Boyce has been president at Holmes since 2005. The junior college’s main campus is in Goodman with branches in Ridgeland, Kosciusko and Grenada.

Before being named president of Holmes, Boyce was the school’s vice president for community and workforce development and as the district director of career-technical education.

Boyce is a former assistant superintendent for secondary programs for the Rankin County School District and high school and attendance center principal of the Northwest Rankin Attendance Center.

Boyce has a bachelor’s degree and doctorate from the University of Mississippi and a master’s from Mississippi College.

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