Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College released the President’s List for fall 2015 semester. Students who earn 12 or more semester hours with a 4.0 grade point average receive this honor. George County Center students are Kristin M. Blue, Lucedale; Owen B. Breazeale, Purvis; Luke A.
Dr. Alessandra Feris, music instructor at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College’s Jackson County Campus, will perform a piano recital featuring the works of Granados, Beethoven, Liszt and Villa-Lobos on Thursday, January 28, at 7 p.m. in the campus Fine Arts Auditorium. The event
Sculptor Elisha Gold is returning home to Gulfport from Memphis, Tennessee, for a 10-year retrospective art exhibit. Important works from his collection that demonstrate his changing style in figural representation are currently on display at the Jefferson Davis Campus Fine Arts Gall
The Jackson County Campus Fine Arts Gallery will feature the work of adjunct art instructor and Jackson County Campus alumnus Daniel J. Bass beginning Thursday, January 28. The exhibit will run until March 3. Bass earned his associate degree from the Jackson County Campus and his Bach
Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College’s Lifelong Learning Institute has released its spring 2016 schedule, which includes luncheon seminars, classes, day and overnight trips, and other activities for LLI members. Geared toward individuals 50 years and older, the group has chapters
On Tuesday, December 15, 31 high school seniors graduated from Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College’s Gulf Coast Youth Leadership program. The graduation ceremony was held at the college’s Hospitality and Resort Management Center in Biloxi. The program began in 1998 in an effort
Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College was awarded $4 million in RESTORE Act funds as part of Gov. Phil Bryant’s Multiyear Implementation Plan (MIP) for the state, which includes nine proposed projects totaling more than $54.1 million. MGCCC will use the funds to operate the Mississ