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East Mississippi Community College Information Systems Technology Department Director Brandon Sesser was named an Honorary Commander of the 14th Communications Squadron at Columbus Air Force Base during an induction ceremony that took place Tuesday, Jan. 21.
EMCC'S BRANDON SESSER NAMED HONORARY COMMANDERJanuary 24, 2020

East Mississippi Community College Information Systems Technology Department Director Brandon Sesser was named an Honorary Commander of the 14th Communications Squadron at Columbus Air Force Base during an induction ceremony that took place Tuesday, Jan. 21.

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February Board MeetingF.R. Young Student Union Board Room
 

EMCC monthly Board of Trustees meeting

The Barbering and Cosmetology programs on East Mississippi Community College’s Golden Triangle campus are offering haircuts, shaves and salon services to the general public at discounted rates.
EMCC BARBERING AND COSMETOLOGY SERVICES AVAILABLE TO PUBLICJanuary 24, 2020

The Barbering and Cosmetology programs on East Mississippi Community College's Golden Triangle campus are offering haircuts, shaves and salon services to the general public at discounted rates.

Three East Mississippi Community College employees with more than five decades of combined service at the college are assuming new administrative duties.
EMCC STAFF ASSUME NEW LEADERSHIP DUTIESJanuary 22, 2020

Three East Mississippi Community College employees with more than five decades of combined service at the college are assuming new administrative duties.

Nine months ago, the 15 presidents in the Mississippi Community College system commissioned an economic impact study that would evaluate the support of its mission. With the recent completion of the study, the presidents now have that information to utilize for more strategic planning and decision-making.
STUDY HIGHLIGHTS COLLEGES' IMPACT ON STATEJanuary 21, 2020

Nine months ago, the 15 presidents in the Mississippi Community College system commissioned an economic impact study that would evaluate the support of its mission. With the recent completion of the study, the presidents now have that information to utilize for more strategic planning and decision-making.

Construction on East Mississippi Community College’s Communiversity wrapped up last summer and on Aug. 19, 2019, the $42 million facility dedicated to training students for careers in modern manufacturing opened to students.
COMMUNIVERSITY MEETING DIVERSE NEEDSJanuary 17, 2020

Construction on East Mississippi Community College's Communiversity wrapped up last summer and on Aug. 19, 2019, the $42 million facility dedicated to training students for careers in modern manufacturing opened to students.

East Mississippi Community College Adult Education Launch Pad East lead instructor Tshurah Dismuke, at left, helps Columbus resident Destiny Monroe with an assignment. The facility that offers free services opened in Columbus last October.
EMCC ADULT EDUCATION LAUNCH PAD EXPANDS REACHJanuary 16, 2020

East Mississippi Community College's Adult Education Launch Pad opened new locations in Columbus and Starkville last year and is offering free services to residents in those communities.

East Mississippi Community College Associate Degree Nursing instructor Eljenette West, at left, and student Amber Chancellor are the college’s 2020 Higher Education Appreciation Day, Working for Academic Excellence award recipients.
EMCC'S WEST, CHANCELLOR CHOSEN AS HEADWAE RECIPIENTSJanuary 13, 2020

East Mississippi Community College Associate Degree Nursing instructor Eljenette West and student Amber Chancellor have been named the college's 2020 HEADWAE (Higher Education Appreciation Day, Working for Academic Excellence) award recipients.

Works by East Mississippi Community College art instructor Cynthia Buob have been selected for inclusion in two prestigious juried art exhibits.
EMCC ART INSTRUCTOR'S WORK CHOSEN FOR ESTEEMED EXHIBITSJanuary 10, 2020

Works by East Mississippi Community College art instructor Cynthia Buob have been selected for inclusion in two prestigious juried art exhibits.

The Golden Triangle Early College High School is seeking freshmen for the school year that begins in August and will conduct information sessions and a visitors’ day for students in eighth grade who are interested in enrolling in the school.
GTECHS SEEKS INCOMING FRESHMEN, WILL HOST INFO SESSIONSJanuary 9, 2020

The Golden Triangle Early College High School on East Mississippi Community College's Golden Triangle campus is accepting applications from eighth grade students in Clay, Lowndes, Oktibbeha and Noxubee counties who are interested in attending the high school beginning their ninth-grade year.

Former Lions football standout Derrick “DJ” Wilson, center, holds off a Gulf Coast Community College defender in this file photo from the 2011 season in which the Lions were undefeated and claimed a national championship. Wilson now owns a food catering business.
EMCC ALUMNUS TURNS COOKING PASSION INTO BUSINESS VENTUREJanuary 8, 2020

East Mississippi Community College alumnus Derrick "DJ" Wilson, a football standout who helped the Lions claim a national championship during the team's 2011 undefeated season, has turned a passion for cooking he shared with his mother into a business venture.

Current and prospective East Mississippi Community College students who are interested in one or more of the choral groups on the college’s Scooba campus are urged to reach out to Director of Choral Activities Dr. Lorrie Stringer.
STUDENT MEMBERS SOUGHT FOR EMCC CHORAL GROUPSJanuary 7, 2020

STUDENT MEMBERS SOUGHT FOR EMCC CHORAL GROUPS

EMCC congratulates Fall 2019 semester Honor Roll students for their dedication and discipline.
FALL 2019 SEMESTER HONOR ROLL STUDENTSJanuary 6, 2020

EMCC congratulates Fall 2019 semester Honor Roll students for their dedication and discipline.

East Mississippi Community College is pleased to announce that Cedric Gathings has joined the college as an associate dean of instruction for the Golden Triangle campus.
CEDRIC GATHINGS NAMED ASSOCIATE DEAN OF INSTRUCTION FOR GOLDEN TRIANGLE CAMPUSJanuary 6, 2020

East Mississippi Community College is pleased to announce that Cedric Gathings will join the college as an associate dean of instruction for the Golden Triangle campus effective Jan. 6. Gathings will replace Gina Thompson, who retired at the end of the fall term after 23 years of service to EMCC.

The Wellness Center on East Mississippi Community College’s Scooba Campus is accepting applications from the public for spring memberships, which run from Jan. 6 to May 7.
EMCC WELLNESS CENTER ACCEPTING MEMBERSHIP APPLICATIONSDecember 17, 2019

The Wellness Center on East Mississippi Community College's Scooba Campus is accepting applications from the public for spring memberships, which run from Jan. 6 to May 7.

East Mississippi Community College held fall 2019 commencement ceremonies Friday, Dec. 13, at the college’s Scooba and Golden Triangle campuses for about 300 students.
EMCC CONDUCTS GRADUATION CEREMONIESDecember 16, 2019

East Mississippi Community College held fall 2019 commencement ceremonies Friday, Dec. 13, at the college's Scooba and Golden Triangle campuses for about 300 students.

East Mississippi Community College art instructor is the recipient of the college’s 2020 Humanities Teacher Award.
EMCC'S TERRY CHERRY GARNERS HUMANITIES TEACHER AWARDDecember 9, 2019

East Mississippi Community College art instructor Terry Cherry, who teaches on the college's Scooba campus, has been named the 2020 Humanities Teacher Award recipient.

For the first time, East Mississippi Community College will offer an intensive, four-week winter term, with classes beginning Dec. 16.
EMCC TO OFFER INAUGURAL INTENSIVE WINTER TERMDecember 4, 2019

For the first time, East Mississippi Community College will offer an intensive, four-week winter term, with classes beginning Dec. 16.

This photo of a general store in Gordonton, N.C., circa 1936, is part of the “Crossroads: Change in Rural America” exhibition that will be on display at EMCC in early 2021. Photo by Dorothea Lange, Library of Congress
EMCC SCOOBA LIBRARY CHOSEN FOR SMITHSONIAN EXHIBITIONNovember 22, 2019

East Mississippi Community College's Tubb-May Library on the Scooba campus has been chosen as one of six Mississippi locations that will host a traveling exhibition by the Smithsonian Institution's Museum on Main Street titled "Crossroads: Change in Rural America."

This conceptual rendering by LPK Architects, P.A., depicts what the new residence hall to be built on EMCC’s Scooba campus will look like.
Art provided by LPK Architects, P.A.
WORK UNDER WAY ON NEW MEN'S RESIDENCE HALLNovember 18, 2019

Site work has begun a new 148-bed, three-story student residence hall on East Mississippi Community College's Scooba campus.

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