Young adults in Stone County are getting a helping hand from a new grant program offered at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College. The WIOA Youth Out-of-School Program, provided at the college’s Perkinston Campus, is a program designed for Stone County residents between the ages of
Hameed Abdul-Rashid, a student at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College, spent his summer interning in the rocket propulsion area at Stennis Space Center in Hancock County. Abdul-Rashid, of Gulfport, is now a sophomore in the computer science program at the Jefferson Davis Campus.
Update, September 5, 2016: MGCCC employee email has been migrated to Microsoft 365. Your email is now available. Please find instructions on how to access your webmail and how to access email on your other devices at www.mgccc.edu/technology-2/email/. When you connect to the new ser
MGCCC administration will continue to monitor developing systems in the Gulf of Mexico and in the Atlantic throughout the hurricane season. As we learn more about the severity of systems and how they will impact our district, we will keep you informed of any potential class changes o
The MGCCC Jackson County Campus Fine Arts Gallery kicked off the school year with an exhibit featuring the works of Bobby and Deana Goldsmith. The exhibit will run through September 23 at the Gautier campus. The husband-and-wife artists are residents of Perkinston, and their love for
Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College released the Vice Presidents’ Lists for the summer 2016 semester. Students who earn 12 or more semester hours with a 3.30 to 3.99 grade point average receive this honor. The student from the George County Center is Celia Y. Crews, of Lucedale.
Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College released the President’s List for the summer 2016 semester. Students who earn 12 or more semester hours with a 4.0 grade point average receive this honor. George County Center students are Heather A. Haslem, Ocean Springs; Chase Thompson, Moss