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HOSEMANN TALKS CORONAVIRUS IMPACTS WITH GTECHS STUDENTS

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Mississippi Lt. Gov. Delbert Hosemann speaks with Golden Triangle Early College High School students during a discussion via Zoom, an online video conferencing app. GTECHS is located on EMCC’s Mayhew campus.

Mississippi Lt. Gov. Delbert Hosemann spoke with Golden Triangle Early College High School students Monday morning during an online classroom session in which much of the discussion centered on impacts the novel coronavirus has had on the state.

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Students in East Mississippi Community College’s Division of Nursing and Allied Health programs participate in a large-scale emergency medical simulation in the Lyceum Auditorium on the college’s Golden Triangle campus in early March, prior to social distancing  efforts in the state to slow the spread of the coronavirus.

NURSING, EMT & PARAMEDIC STUDENTS PREPARE FOR CORONAVIRUS

April 5, 2020

While some alumni of East Mississippi Community College's Division of Nursing and Allied Health programs are actively involved in the battle against the coronavirus, students currently enrolled in those programs are preparing in case they are needed after graduation to enter the fray. More


East Mississippi Community College Engineering Technology Drafting & Design instructor Carlton Hollis prepares an online assignment for one of his classes. EMCC has transitioned all classes to online instruction in response to the coronavirus.

EMCC INSTRUCTORS ADAPT TEACHING METHODS FOR ONLINE CLASSES

April 2, 2020

Like other colleges and universities in the state, East Mississippi Community College, under guidance of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges and the Mississippi Community College Board, transitioned campus classes to online on March 23 to comply with social distancing guidelines necessitated by the coronavirus. More


East Mississippi Community College students enrolled in at least 12 hours for the fall 2019 term and 12 hours for the spring 2020 term will have Pell Grant available for the summer 2020 term, but to be eligible they must enroll in at least six hours during the summer term.

SUMMER 2020 PELL GRANT INFORMATION

March 30, 2020

East Mississippi Community College students enrolled in at least 12 hours for the fall 2019 term and 12 hours for the spring 2020 term will have Pell Grant available for the summer 2020 term, but to be eligible they must enroll in at least six hours during the summer term. More