Welcome to the Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Residence Life site. Thank you for choosing MGCCC! Whether you are a new student, transferring from another college or a continuing Gulf Coast student, living on campus is the way to go!
Living on campus is the sure way to be close to everything the Perkinston Campus has to offer. You're a quick walk away from classrooms, the learning lab, meeting places, the cafeteria, or grill. At Perk, residence life lives up to your expectations. You’ll find comfort, style, and safety in our residence halls. All of our residence halls are equipped with card access, flat-panel TV in the lobby area, laundry facilities, and in-room internet access, cable television and phone service. In addition, you're guaranteed comfortable living accommodations and a residence hall staff whose number one job is to help you.
If you have an assignment (chosen through Web Services), check-in for fall 2013 will be August 19, 2013 from 10:00am-5:00pm at your assigned residence hall front desk. Please have your student ID and $10 activity fee with you. If you do not claim your room by 5:00pm this day, it will be given to someone from our waiting list. If you are running late, please call our office at 601-928-6220 to let us know you are on your way. Check your bulldogs.mgccc.edu email account for further instructions. If you do not have an assignment, you will need to come to the housing office to be assigned. All room changes and meal plan changes must be made by August 1, 2012. You may do so online at Web Services, under “housing”. Please call the housing office if you have any questions. More pictures and information about our residence halls may be found on our Facebook page
Making your residence-life experience even more positive are the resident assistants, or RA’s. RA’s are student staff members who live on wings or floors of each residence hall. They are here to help you find that Biology Class or help you to get involved on campus. We also have full-time residence hall supervisors who train and directly supervise the RAs and have overall responsibility of the residence halls Receptionists are there to operate the residence hall front desks and the custodial and maintenance staff who are responsible for cleaning common areas, including lounges, hallways, bathrooms, study rooms, etc. (After moving into the residence halls, students are responsible for cleaning their rooms and individual suite bathrooms.)