Posted:Monday, September 29, 2014
Categories: Academic; Recruiting; Students, general; Workforce
Dalvin Tate had a good idea what he wanted to do with his life, all he needed was a little TIME. While a student at Starkville High School, Tate was chosen for the TIME (Technology Initiative in Manufacturing and Engineering) program at EMCC. He graduated from EMCC this year as a member of the first Honors class at the Golden Triangle campus ... and is now studying computer engineering at Mississippi State University.
Posted:Thursday, September 25, 2014
Categories: Academic; eLearning; Career-Technical; Community; Student Services; Recruiting
Registration is going on now for the Second Fall "Mini-term" at EMCC. What is a mini-term? It’s a way of taking traditional or online college classes over a much shorter period of time. Mini-term classes start Oct. 13 at four EMCC locations. The online mini-term starts Oct. 20.
Posted:Friday, September 05, 2014
Categories: Academic; Career-Technical; Students, general
Students at East Mississippi Community College’s Golden Triangle campus are getting a boost this semester from two new service centers. The new Writing Center is already accepting appointments and walk-ins in the Golden Triangle campus library and the Lions’ Brew study lounge is set for its grand opening Sept. 9.
Posted:Tuesday, September 02, 2014
Categories: Academic; Students, general; Recruiting
Things move slow in the South, but Mississippi life is still a little overwhelming for one East Mississippi Community College student. Pauline Pimolle, a freshman in Scooba, hails from Marseille in the south of France. She’s visited “The States” a couple of times, but has only lived here a few weeks ... and she’s still trying to take it all in.
Posted:Monday, July 14, 2014
Categories: Academic; Workforce; Students, general; Recruiting; Community
For Tristian Tribble of Cedar Bluff, impatience is a virtue. Ready to begin her life, the 17-year-old earned her GED at EMCC last fall. By this summer she had completed the Certified Nursing Assistant course through EMCC’s Manufacturing Technology & Engineering Division with a 4.0 GPA, passed her state board exams on the first attempt, and interned for 270 hours at Dugan Memorial Hospital. And now she's registered for a full-time academic load at EMCC this fall.