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MGCCC student Tina Nguyen named Guistwhite Scholar

Phi Theta Kappa has named Tina Nguyen, a student from Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College’s Jackson County Campus, as a 2014 Guistwhite Scholars Award Recipient. Only 20 students in the nation received this award, and were chosen based on academic achievement, leadership accompli
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MGCCC recognizes 2014 Instructors of the Year, Difference Makers

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College recognized the 2014 Instructors of the Year and Difference Makers during the annual Spring Reception held at the college’s Hospitality and Resort Management Center (HRM) in Biloxi on March 18.  Three instructors and four staff members are selec
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Community Colleges form Alliance to Enhance South Mississippi Workforce

Formally known as the South Mississippi Alliance for Workforce Solutions (SMAWS), a newly formed five-member consortium of south Mississippi colleges is aligning existing training programs for efficiency and creating new training programs to support south Mississippi industries and wo
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Two MGCCC students named Coca-Cola scholars

Phi Theta Kappa has named two Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College students 2014 Coca-Cola Community College Academic Team Scholars.  MGCCC is the only community college in the state to have two students receive the honor.  Statewide, only seven students were chosen. Tina Nguyen,
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MGCCC Jackson County Campus art students win notable awards

Two Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College students won significant awards for their artwork recently.  Sarah Rhea and Joshua Edgar are both art students at the college’s Jackson County Campus. Rhea won a $61,000 scholarship to the prestigious Memphis College of Art.  Edgar won firs
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MGCCC Jackson County Campus to host voice masterclass and vocal recital

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College’s Jackson County Campus Fine Arts Department will host a Voice Masterclass and Guest Voice Recital in the Fine Arts Auditorium on campus on Thursday, March 13. The recital, “Diversity,” which is free and open to the public, will begin at 7 p.m.
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MGCCC and MUW partner to offer four-year culinary arts degree on the Coast

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College and Mississippi University for Women announced a new partnership today that will allow culinary arts students to receive a bachelor’s degree on the Coast.  The enhanced Two Plus Two program will provide a seamless transition for MGCCC associate
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