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Honors Registration: Deadline to RSVP extended until March 6

Posted:Friday, February 27, 2015
Categories: Students, general; Recruiting; Community
High school seniors with ACT scores of 21 or higher can avoid the crowds at registration. EMCC will conduct early Honors Registration sessions Friday, March 20, at its Golden Triangle and Scooba campuses for these students. At Honors Registration, qualified seniors can finalize admissions, scholarships and register for fall and/or summer classes.

EMCC's Dickerson, Wiggins honored at HEADWAE Luncheon

Posted:Friday, February 27, 2015
Categories: Community; Students, general; FST; Career-Technical
An EMCC student and teacher were recognized among the best in higher education Feb. 17 in Jackson. Scooba student Jonathan Wiggins of DeKalb and Funeral Services instructor Octavia Dickerson of Columbus were named EMCC’s 2015 HEADWAE Award recipients.

Get involved: Become an EMCC Student Ambassador

Posted:Tuesday, February 24, 2015
Categories: Recruiting; Students, general; Community
The deadline to submit an application to become an EMCC Student Ambassador for the 2015-16 school year is Friday, March 27. Student Ambassadors represent EMCC in the community and participate in recruiting events, both on and off campus. Successful applicants for these highly competitive positions receive scholarships in return for their service.

Scooba renames streets in honor of MLK, EMCC retiree

Posted:Tuesday, February 17, 2015
Categories: Alumni; Community
Almost 200 people gathered at East Kemper Elementary School on a cold, rainy Monday morning as Mayor Allen Beaty and the Scooba Board of Aldermen held a ceremony to rename two streets.  One re-dedication honored Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. But the gymnasium was full of friends, colleagues and relatives of the second honoree, EMCC retiree Edward Nave, former chairman of the Kemper County Democratic Party and the Mississippi Democratic Party.

Discounts on GED tests, practice tests available at EMCC

Posted:Saturday, February 07, 2015
Categories: ABE-GED; Community; Workforce; Student Services
Until Feb. 28, adults can take advantage of two new special offers from GED Testing Service to help them study for and pass their GED test. Adults studying for the GED test can take the GED Ready practice test for $1, a savings of $5 per practice test. In addition, adults who are ready to take their first GED test will save $10 when they schedule.

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