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On Oct. 28, East Mississippi Community College students who will present “Taste of Italy,” a four-course dinner at the EMCC Lion Hills Center.
EMCC STUDENTS TO PRESENT 'TASTE OF ITALY'October 16, 2019

EMCC STUDENTS TO PRESENT 'TASTE OF ITALY'

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Old Waverly Golf ClassicOld Waverly Golf Course
 

EMCC's Old Waverly Golf Classic

East Mississippi Community College humanities instructor Marilyn Ford has been named president of the Mississippi Faculty Association of Community and Junior Colleges.
EMCC'S MARILYN FORD NAMED MFACJC PRESIDENTOctober 14, 2019

East Mississippi Community College humanities instructor Marilyn Ford has been named president of the Mississippi Faculty Association of Community and Junior Colleges.

Three East Mississippi Community College alumni will be honored during the college’s 2019 Homecoming activities. Dr. Glenn Peters, Class of 1966, has been named the college’s 2019 Alumnus of the Year. Buster and Jeanie Orr, both graduates of the Class of 1956, received the 2019 Distinguished Service Award.
ALUMNI TO BE HONORED DURING EMCC HOMECOMINGOctober 14, 2019

Three East Mississippi Community College alumni will be honored during the college's 2019 Homecoming activities. Dr. Glenn Peters, Class of 1966, has been named the college's 2019 Alumnus of the Year. Buster and Jeanie Orr, both graduates of the Class of 1956, received the 2019 Distinguished Service Award.

East Mississippi Community College Automotive Technology/Diesel Mechanics Department Head Dale Henry has been named the Byrl Shoemaker/ASE Industry Education Alliance Instructor of the Year.
EMCC'S DALE HENRY EARNS NATIONAL AWARDOctober 10, 2019

East Mississippi Community College Automotive Technology/Diesel Mechanics Department Head Dale Henry has been named the Byrl Shoemaker/ASE Industry Education Alliance Instructor of the Year.

Members of EMCC’s 2019 Homecoming Court are, from left: (First row) India Jones of Laurel, Rylee Bowman of Ackerman, Bree Gammill of Carrollton, Aubrey Riley of Columbus, Lauren Walker of Collinsville, Derriyana Mays of Starkville and Amberly Harden of West Point. In the back row, from left, are Carla Keaton of Columbus, Marlee Hemphill of Caledonia, Nykirra Taylor of Pascagoula, McKinsey Wedel of West Point, Kelsey Tubby of Philadelphia, JayQuandra Ash of Shuqualak and Trinity Davis of DeKalb.
EMCC 2019 HOMECOMING ACTIVITIES ANNOUNCEDOctober 8, 2019

A host of activities are planned for East Mississippi Community College's 2019 Homecoming, which includes alumni events, a Sports Hall of Fame induction ceremony and an Oct. 26 football game when the Lions will face Northeast Mississippi Community College beginning at 2 p.m.

The public is invited to attend a Technology Expo Oct. 3 and a Local Area Network, or LAN, party on Oct. 4. Both events will be take place in the Lyceum Auditorium on East Mississippi Community College’s Golden Triangle campus.
EMCC TO HOST TECHNOLOGY EXPO AND GAMING EVENTSeptember 28, 2019

East Mississippi Community College's Information Systems Technology Department will host a Technology Expo Thursday, Oct. 3, and a Local Area Network, or LAN, party for gamers the following night on Friday, Oct. 4.

The Mississippi Community College Board has named the Early Childhood Academy (ECA) on East Mississippi Community College’s Golden Triangle campus the September “Early Childhood Academy of the Month.” The announcement coincides with the ECA’s rollout of a pilot program designed to improve the quality of early education offered at participating child care centers to ensure preschool children are prepared to enter the public school system.
EMCC'S EARLY CHILDHOOD ACADEMY LAUNCHES PILOT PROGRAMSeptember 25, 2019

The Mississippi Community College Board has named the Early Childhood Academy (ECA) on East Mississippi Community College's Golden Triangle campus the September "Early Childhood Academy of the Month." The announcement coincides with the ECA's rollout of a pilot program designed to improve the quality of early education offered at participating child care centers to ensure preschool children are prepared to enter the public school system.

East Mississippi Community College art instructor Terry Cherry’s works will be featured at the Oct. 8 Fall Fine Arts Celebration in Aust Hall on the college’s Scooba campus.
PUBLIC INVITED TO EMCC FALL FINE ARTS CELEBRATIONSeptember 18, 2019

The public is invited to attend a Fall Fine Arts Celebration from 2 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., Oct. 8 at Aust Hall on East Mississippi Community College's Scooba campus. An art exhibit, music and dance performances are among the activities planned.

East Mississippi Community College art instructor Cindy Buob’s artwork will be featured in an exhibit at the Meridian Museum of Art beginning Sept. 28.
ART INSTRUCTOR'S WORK TO BE FEATURED IN MERIDIAN EXHIBITSeptember 16, 2019

Paintings and drawings by East Mississippi Community College art instructor Cynthia Buob will be featured in an exhibit in Meridian as a result of her "Best of Show" placing during a juried regional art competition. The Cynthia Buob Invitational Exhibit will run from Sept. 28 to Nov. 30 at the Meridian Museum of Art, located at 628 25th Ave. Buob will be the featured speaker during an opening reception for the exhibit that will take place Sept. 28 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Enrollment at EMCC in career technical programs for the fall 2019 term jumped 10.6 percent over the previous year, from 874 students in the fall of 2018 to 967 students this year.
MORE EMCC STUDENTS CHOOSING CAREER TECHNICAL PROGRAMSSeptember 12, 2019

Enrollment at EMCC in career technical programs for the fall 2019 term jumped 10.6 percent over the previous year, from 874 students in the fall of 2018 to 967 students this year.

A new group of freshmen have joined sophomores in East Mississippi Community College’s Surgical Technology program, which was is thriving less than a year after it was created.
SURGICAL TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM THRIVINGSeptember 10, 2019

A new group of freshmen have joined sophomores in East Mississippi Community College's Surgical Technology program, which was is thriving less than a year after it was created.

A contingent of people from Jackson, Tenn., that included education, business and industry leaders toured East Mississippi Community College’s Communiversity Wednesday.
JACKSON, TENN., REPS HOPE TO EMULATE COMMUNIVERSITYSeptember 4, 2019

A contingent of people from Jackson, Tenn., that included education, business and industry leaders toured East Mississippi Community College's Communiversity Wednesday.

East Mississippi Community College students Robert Brewer, at left, and Samantha Brewer, at right, work on a computer during an IT Foundations class. EMCC is now offering computer repairs to the public, which will be performed by students under the direction of instructors.
EMCC IST DEPARTMENT OFFERING COMPUTER REPAIRS TO PUBLICAugust 30, 2019

East Mississippi Community College's Information Systems Technology department on the Golden Triangle campus is now offering personal computer and laptop repairs to the public at a nominal cost.

The annual Golden Triangle Comic-Con celebrating comic, geek and pop culture returns Sept. 14-15 to a new location at East Mississippi Community College’s Communiversity, located at 7003 S. Frontage Road.
GT COMIC-CON TO TAKE PLACE AT EMCC COMMUNIVERSITYAugust 29, 2019

The annual Golden Triangle Comic-Con celebrating comic, geek and pop culture returns Sept. 14-15 to a new location at East Mississippi Community College's Communiversity, located at 7003 S. Frontage Road.

There is nothing quite like East Mississippi Community College’s Communiversity in the Southeast and, perhaps, in the nation.
DR. SCOTT ALSOBROOKS: EMCC COMMUNIVERSITY'S POTENTIAL TREMENDOUSAugust 29, 2019

There is nothing quite like East Mississippi Community College's Communiversity in the Southeast and, perhaps, in the nation.

Major renovation to a science lab on East Mississippi Community College’s Scooba campus is making it easier for students to learn inside and outside the classroom.
REMODELED LAB IMPROVES LEARNING EXPERIENCE FOR STUDENTSAugust 28, 2019

Major renovation to a science lab on East Mississippi Community College's Scooba campus is making it easier for students to learn inside and outside the classroom.

East Mississippi Community College’s Adult Education Launch Pad has partnered with the Noxubee County Adult Detention Center to help inmates obtain their high school equivalency diplomas.
EMCC Macon Center providing Adult Ed classes to inmatesAugust 21, 2019

East Mississippi Community College's Adult Education Launch Pad has partnered with the Noxubee County Adult Detention Center to help inmates obtain their high school equivalency diplomas.

EMCC Math and Science Scooba Campus Division Chair Jairus Johnson is presented a service award certificate for his 15 years of employment with the college by EMCC President Dr. Scott Alsobrooks. Johnson was among 32 EMCC employees presented service awards Aug. 12 during the college’s annual convocation.
EMCC EMPLOYEES PRESENTED SERVICE AWARDSAugust 16, 2019

Thirty-two East Mississippi Community College employees were presented service awards for the number of years they have worked at the college on Aug. 12 during convocation at the college's Scooba campus.

SmartAsset has named East Mississippi Community College among the Top 10 colleges in the nation for the fourth year in a row.
EMCC RANKED AGAIN AMONG TOP 10 COLLEGES IN NATIONAugust 13, 2019

SmartAsset has named East Mississippi Community College among the Top 10 colleges in the nation for the fourth year in a row.

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