Yazoo City native Delancy Anderson has been inducted into Holmes Community College’s Hall of Fame.
Each year, Holmes Community College faculty and staff members select the winners for the prestigious Hall of Fame.
Anderson is a pre-veterinary medicine major who has been on the President’s List every semester. She is also a Dean’s ACT Scholarship recipient, Cheerleading Scholarship recipient, Freshman Cheer Award recipient and winner of the Scholar Athlete Award for 2019-2020. Anderson was voted a Class Favorite as both a freshman and a sophomore. She is active on campus as a cheerleader, Phi Theta Kappa member, MOSAIC member and Baptist Student Union member. Anderson is also part of Ebenezer Baptist Church Connect.
Her community involvement/service includes: Deep South Cheer Competition staff, MOSAIC Student Support Services tutor, math and chemistry tutor/work-study, Holmes Cheer Stunt Clinic staff, Special Olympics staff, Major Experience volunteer, Freshman Friday volunteer and volunteering for the Goodman Tobacco Free Coalition - College Chapter.
Her plans upon graduation from Holmes are to transfer to Mississippi State University to complete her undergraduate studies in pre-veterinary medicine. Anderson plans to apply to MSU’s Doctor of Veterinary Medicine program with the hopes of being selected as 1 of the 31 students accepted. To ensure she has chosen the right field for her, Anderson has shadowed her local veterinarians in Yazoo City and Flora.