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William H. Holtzclaw Jr. Black Heritage Collection: Home

Black Heritage resources available at the William H. Holtzclaw Library on the HCC-Utica Campus

Utica Campus Librarian

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Diana Brown

William H. Holtzclaw Library: About Us

The William H. Holtzclaw Library houses the William H. Holtzclaw Jr.'s Black Heritage Collection and Utica Institute Archives.  It is located on the Utica Campus of Hinds Community College.  The Utica Campus (formerly Utica Junior College)  was founded by William H. Holtzclaw in 1903.  It became a junior college in 1954 and merged with the Hinds Community College District in 1983.  The campus is listed by the White House Initiative on HBCUs as one of 105 institutions of higher learning designated as Historically Black Colleges and Universities.

Brief History of the Utica Campus

This is the Centennial Video that was created in 2003 to showcase the history of the Utica Campus.  It has become required viewing for Utica orientation classes.

Utica Institute Traveling Exhibit Page

Off Campus Access & Printing

Hinds CC students, faculty, and staff can access materials on subscribed databases by entering HindsNet usernames and passwords when asked by our proxy server.  If you have forgotten your password, click here to reset it.

If you have questions about printing at Hinds, you can find information about it here.