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Mission Possible

MGCCC organization hosts food drive for rescue mission The Gulf Coast Rescue Mission has been operating as a homeless shelter since 1965.  Small, but mighty, they provide support and ministry to the homeless and troubled in Biloxi.  On September 10, 2016, a fire ripped through one of
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MGCCC named a 2017 Military Friendly School

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College has been named a 2017 Military Friendly School by Victory Media. The college was recognized for exhibiting leading practices in recruiting and supporting active duty and post-military students. “MGCCC has always had a very strong relation
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Third annual Holiday Hobnob raises more than $6,000 for scholarships

More than 150 people turned out for the third annual Holiday Hobnob held at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College’s Hospitality and Resort Management Center in Biloxi on November 2.  Competition winners, all MGCCC students, received $1,600 in scholarships or culinary knife kits the
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Jefferson Davis Campus gallery features Ky Johnston exhibit

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College’s Jefferson Davis Campus Fine Arts Gallery is offering an exhibition of works by Ky Johnston through December 1.  There will be a closing reception on December 1 from 12 p.m.-1 p.m. in the gallery. Johnston has a varied art practice with a focu
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Celebrating Veterans Day

MGCCC to hold events honoring veterans at campuses/centers Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College’s campuses and centers will honor veterans and active duty military on its campuses and centers on November 8 -10 for Veterans Day.  Celebrations and activities include: Veterans Ceremo
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Christen Hartley Duhé named MGCCC’s associate vice president of Institutional Advancement

Christen Hartley Duhé has been named the associate vice president of Institutional Advancement for Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College. She began her career with MGCCC in 2012 as the first director of Business Development and Hospitality Resort Management Center at the Jefferson
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MGCCC’s Greene-Aguirre named Social Studies Educator of the Year

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College instructor Gayle Greene-Aguirre received the Jesse Palmer Award for Social Studies Educator of the Year for 2016 at the annual Mississippi Council for the Social Studies fall conference in Hattiesburg on October 21.  Established in memory of Dr
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