Posted:Tuesday, November 10, 2015
Categories: Academic; Career-Technical; eLearning; Community; Recruiting; Student Services; Students, general; Workforce
Open registration for the spring 2016 semester has begun at all EMCC locations. Spring classes start Jan. 6. The college offers on-campus classes at the Golden Triangle and Scooba campuses, Columbus Air Force Base, the West Point-Clay County Center, Lion Hills, Macon and NAS Meridian. EMCC also offers a full range of online/eLearning classes.
Posted:Tuesday, September 29, 2015
Categories: Community; Students, general; Lion Hills; eLearning; Career-Technical; Academic
Leaders of Mississippi’s 15 community colleges told the Legislative Budget Committee that for every dollar invested in community colleges by Mississippi taxpayers the payback is that dollar, plus an additional $3.86. “In the business world, you call that a good return on investment. The difference is that when you support community colleges, you aren’t investing in a company, you’re investing in people’s futures,” EMCC President Dr. Thomas Huebner said.
Posted:Sunday, September 06, 2015
Categories: FST; Career-Technical; Community
EMCC’s Funeral Service Technology program will host the 3rd Annual Bucket List Golf Tourney Sunday, Sept. 27, at Lion Hills in Columbus. Proceeds will benefit the FST program. Entry is $150 for a three-person team or $50 per individual. Visit the link for registration information.
Posted:Monday, August 31, 2015
Categories: Students, general; Recruiting; Community; Paramedic; Career-Technical; Academic
EMCC is launching a new initiative to introduce junior and senior high school students, and their parents, to our campuses. "First Fridays" are an opportunity for students to attend a brief session on either the Golden Triangle or Scooba campus, take a tour and learn more about EMCC scholarships, programs and campus organizations.
Posted:Friday, August 14, 2015
Categories: Career-Technical; Workforce; Students, general; Community; ABE-GED; Electro-mech
EMCC’s Manufacturing Technology & Engineering Division has launched the Electro-mechanical Technician Program at the Golden Triangle campus. The program will teach students to troubleshoot and repair automated electronics and robotics used by local industries from PACCAR Engine Company and Yokohama Tire Manufacturing Mississippi to the Columbus Brick Company and the feed mill at Prestage Farms.