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:Friday, September 25, 2015
Categories: Community; Workforce
U.S. Senator Thad Cochran (R-Miss.), with the Appalachian Regional Commission, today announced the award of a $6.1 million federal grant to East Mississippi Community College to support construction of a workforce training facility focused on increasing Mississippi’s advanced manufacturing and engineering capabilities.
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.
Posted:Sunday, July 19, 2015
Categories: Community; Electrical; Workforce; Students, general; Career-Technical
The Electrical Technology program at EMCC's Golden Triangle campus has a new wiring lab, the most up-to-date training module the college has ever offered electrical students. It was built by students, but designed with input from the local companies which hire students directly out of EMCC's program, some even before they’ve graduated.
Posted:Friday, July 17, 2015
Categories: Alumni; Students, general; eLearning; ABE-GED; Workforce; Community; Student Services; Recruiting
Dr. Thomas Huebner is the new president of East Mississippi Community College. His immediate priority is simple: "Listen." Dr. Huebner wants to hear from his new team before jumping into any decision-making: "There’s so much I have to learn. My schedule is already booked full and I’m talking to people from all parts of the campus."