12Dec

EMCC CONDUCTS COMMENCEMENT CEREMONIES FOR FALL GRADUATES

Category
East Mississippi Community College held fall 2018 graduation ceremonies Dec. 11 at its Scooba and Golden Triangle campuses. More than 400 students qualified to participate in the commencement ceremonies for academic and career-technical graduates from the Scooba, Golden Triangle, Columbus Air Force Base, Naval Air Station Meridian, Lion Hills, West Point Center and online/eLearning campuses.

East Mississippi Community College held fall 2018 graduation ceremonies Dec. 11 at its Scooba and Golden Triangle campuses. More than 400 students qualified to participate in the commencement ceremonies for academic and career-technical graduates from the Scooba, Golden Triangle, Columbus Air Force Base, Naval Air Station Meridian, Lion Hills, West Point Center and online/eLearning campuses.

Continue Reading   >
Dr. Scott Alsobrooks has been named president of East Mississippi Community College. Alsobrooks, the vice president of Economic and Community Development at Pearl River Community College, will assume the post early in the spring term that begins in January.

DR. SCOTT ALSOBROOKS SELECTED AS EMCC PRESIDENT

December 5, 2018

Dr. Scott Alsobrooks has been named president of East Mississippi Community College. Alsobrooks, the vice president of Economic and Community Development at Pearl River Community College, will assume the post early in the spring term that begins in January. More


Officials from Oktibbeha County and East Mississippi Community College gathered at OCH Regional Medical Center Nov. 28, to mark a collaboration that will provide members of the Oktibbeha County Fire Department an opportunity to earn their emergency medical technician (EMT) certification without leaving the county.

EMCC, OCH AND OKTIBBEHA COUNTY PARTNER TO PROVIDE EMT TRAINING

November 28, 2018

Officials from Oktibbeha County and East Mississippi Community College gathered at OCH Regional Medical Center Nov. 28, to mark a collaboration that will provide members of the Oktibbeha County Fire Department an opportunity to earn their emergency medical technician (EMT) certification without leaving the county. More


Scooba resident Carly Stokes, 29, is among 18 East Mississippi Community College students who will graduate in December thanks to a statewide initiative to help Mississippians complete the courses they need to earn a degree.

18 EMCC STUDENTS ENROLLED THROUGH C2C PROGRAM TO GRADUATE

November 16, 2018

Scooba resident Carly Stokes, 29, is among 18 East Mississippi Community College students who will graduate in December thanks to a statewide initiative to help Mississippians complete the courses they need to earn a degree. More