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MGCCC’s Transitions Academy receives W.K. Kellogg Foundation grant

Grant award means more opportunities for high school dropouts and other at-risk students Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College’s Transitions Academy, located in Long Beach, has received a grant through the W.K. Kellogg Foundation (WKKF) that will provide at least $100,000 per year
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3 MGCCC students named University of Mississippi Lyceum Scholars

More than 400 applicants qualified for the prestigious University of Mississippi Lyceum Scholarships this year.  Only 15 were chosen nationwide.  Three of those are from MGCCC. They are Rachael Nelson and Amanda Hunt, from the Jackson County Campus, and Thuy Phuong Thi Le (Tracey), fr
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SMPDD awards scholarships to 8 MGCCC students

The newly established scholarship by the Southern Mississippi Planning and Development District Inc. (SMPDD) was awarded to eight Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College students. The largest and most diversified regional planning and development entity in the United States, SMPDD en
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Supervisors provide scholarships to 12 MGCCC freshmen

The Mississippi Association of Supervisors (MAS) has awarded scholarships to three incoming freshmen from each county in Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College’s four-county district.  Each of the selected students will receive a $300 scholarship this fall.  The annual award is for
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Dual Credit Program

MGCCC offers on-site, college-level courses to high school seniors South Mississippi high school students can double up to receive credit at both the high school and college levels. Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College works in partnership with 14 high schools in South Mississippi
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Take more hours and save!

  MGCCC’s tuition and fee changes begin for fall 2015 and students may notice a difference in their account information. Did you know that you get a tuition savings by taking at least 15 credit hours? That’s right. You can save as much as $280 per semester by taking between
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MGCCC tops state in AA and AAS degree awards in 2015

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College led the state in academic and technical degrees awarded during the 2014-2015 academic year, awarding 16 percent of the associate degrees (1,233) and almost 19 percent of the Associate of Applied Science degrees (811) in the state. Preliminary n
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