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2016 Hurricane Season Update

With the 2016 hurricane season beginning Wednesday, June 1, the college administration has made preparations for potential storms and storm surges/flooding. All college employees are encouraged to take a moment to review their campus and department severe-weather policies and plans an
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MGCCC’s Hallie Nettles receives prestigious Lyceum Scholarship

Hallie Nettles, a 2016 graduate of Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College’s Jackson County Campus, has been named a Lyceum Scholar at The University of Mississippi. Nettles is one of only 15 community college students to receive the award this year. Nettles, of Vancleave, was
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MGCCC’s Cory Kiper receives prestigious national scholarship award

Cory Kiper, a student at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College’s Jackson County Campus, has received the Jack Kent Cooke Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship.  Kiper, from Ocean Springs, plans to major in history and international law at The University of Mississippi and will b
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MGCCC to participate in Dual Enrollment pilot program providing Pell Grants to high school students

Today the Department of Education invited 44 postsecondary institutions to participate in an experiment that –for the first time– allows high school students taking college-credit courses to access Federal Pell Grants. Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College is one of only two instit
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MGCCC holds 2016 Commencement Ceremony on May 12

MGCCC held its 2016 Commencement Ceremony on May 12 at the Mississippi Coast Coliseum in Biloxi.  More than 1,000 students participated in the event. This year, 2,157 individuals earned 3,589 credentials or degrees and more than 700 students graduated with honors distinction. Bruce Ch
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MGCCC process operations technology students invited to compete at national level

Three Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Process Operations Technology students were invited to compete in the Third National Troubleshooting Competition held in Kingwood, Texas, April 22-23.  Twenty-five teams competed in the qualifying round, with only eight three-member teams
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Kim Iglesia named People’s Choice winner in MGCCC student art competition

Kim Iglesia, of Gulfport, won the People’s Choice Award in the Annual Student Art Exhibit and Competition at the Jefferson Davis Campus of Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College. Exactly 183 votes for Favorite Work of Art were cast by gallery visitors during the month of April, and
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