David Beckley, President of Rust College is the longest serving college president in Mississippi.  He is an alum of the college and has also served as president of Wiley College in Texas

David Beckley, President of Rust College is the longest serving college president in Mississippi. He is an alum of the college and has also served as president of Wiley College in Texas

Rust College founded in Mississippi | African American Registry

Rust College founded in Mississippi | African American Registry

Alvin Childress (September 15, 1907 – April 19, 1986) was an African-American actor who is best known for playing the cabdriver Amos Jones in the 1950s television comedy series Amos 'n Andy. Earlier he had appeared as Noah in the Broadway show Anna Lucasta, but found few acting roles after being typecast as Amos. Holding a bachelor's degree in sociology from Rust College, he worked as  an unemployment interviewer for the Los Angeles Department of Personnel.

Alvin Childress (September 15, 1907 – April 19, 1986) was an African-American actor who is best known for playing the cabdriver Amos Jones in the 1950s television comedy series Amos 'n Andy. Earlier he had appeared as Noah in the Broadway show Anna Lucasta, but found few acting roles after being typecast as Amos. Holding a bachelor's degree in sociology from Rust College, he worked as an unemployment interviewer for the Los Angeles Department of Personnel.

When I look back at my decision of attending Rust College, I think about it as my way of giving back to my hometown of Holly Springs, Mississippi.

When I look back at my decision of attending Rust College, I think about it as my way of giving back to my hometown of Holly Springs, Mississippi.

Rust college vimeo site- videos about the college

Rust college vimeo site- videos about the college

Rust College was established in 1866 by the Freedman's Aid Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church.

Rust College was established in 1866 by the Freedman's Aid Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church.

Chicago musician T.L. Williams and Infinite Scholars — a nonprofit founded in 2003 to help financially disadvantaged students go to college — plan to send 200 recent high school graduates to college this fall. They're seeking applicants with a 2.0 or higher GPA. The deadline is May 1.    Scholarships will be awarded to Rust College, a historically black college in Holly Springs, Mississippi.

Chicago musician T.L. Williams and Infinite Scholars — a nonprofit founded in 2003 to help financially disadvantaged students go to college — plan to send 200 recent high school graduates to college this fall. They're seeking applicants with a 2.0 or higher GPA. The deadline is May 1. Scholarships will be awarded to Rust College, a historically black college in Holly Springs, Mississippi.

rust college, holly springs ms, my junk alma mater

rust college, holly springs ms, my junk alma mater

Rust College Journal of Student research

1866: Rust College Journal of Student Research - Diversity

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