Posted:Monday, April 11, 2016
Categories: Academic; Career-Technical; Recruiting; Community; eLearning; Lion Hills; Student Services
Registration is open for summer and fall classes at all East Mississippi Community College locations: Golden Triangle, Scooba, Columbus Air Force Base, West Point-Clay County Center, Lion Hills and Naval Air Station Meridian. EMCC offers both on-site and online classes to accommodate your personal schedule. Scholarships and financial aid are available.
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:Wednesday, July 08, 2015
Categories: Career-Technical; Academic; Workforce; eLearning; Recruiting; Community; Lion Hills; Student Services
Students can register now for the fall semester at EMCC: On-campus classes, online classes, full terms and mini-terms. Classes are available at locations throughout EMCC's district, including Golden Triangle, Scooba, Columbus Air Force Base, Lion Hills-Columbus and West Point-Clay County Center. Full-time students who register by July 31 can receive $100 discount on fees!
Posted:Friday, June 05, 2015
Categories: Community; ABE-GED; Workforce; Students, general; Lion Hills
Alex Smith suffers from test anxiety – but her time at East Mississippi Community College’s Launch Pad left her "too prepared to fail." The 17-year-old from Starkville was one of 17 Launch Pad students to earn their GED diplomas June 4 during a graduation ceremony at EMCC’s Lion Hills campus in Columbus.
Posted:Saturday, May 09, 2015
Categories: Career-Technical; Students, general; Community; Lion Hills; Turf
Arl Taylor is proud to be a part of EMCC history. The Caledonia resident was part of the first class to enter the Recreational Turf Management program at EMCC’s Lion Hills campus when the program was launched in 2013. He graduated along with more than 500 EMCC students who took part in three graduation ceremonies May 8-9 at the Golden Triangle and Scooba campuses.