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From left, Mississippi State University associate professor Dr. Bindu Nanduri, East Mississippi Community College instructor Jairus Johnson, and MSU assistant professor Dr. Jonas King are collaborating on the “Bridges to Baccalaureate” program, which will provide paid summer research internships to select EMCC students transferring to MSU.
EMCC, MSU PARTNERSHIP TO PROVIDE STUDENTS RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIESJanuary 17, 2019

Select East Mississippi Community College students will have the opportunity to earn money while conducting research at Mississippi State University labs thanks to a partnership between the two institutions of higher learning.

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Jan30
Christian ConcertScooba Campus
 

The Wesley Foundation is sponsoring a Christian Concert. The concert will be held on January 30, 2019 in Stennis Hall Auditorium at 6:00 p.m.The concert is co-sponsored by EMCC and MSU Wesley Foundati...

East Mississippi Community College’s Center for Manufacturing Technology Excellence 2.0, or Communiversity, is expected to open to students in the fall of 2019.
CMTE 2.0 NEARING COMPLETIONJanuary 11, 2019

The final phase of construction on East Mississippi Community College's Center for Manufacturing Technology Excellence 2.0 is under way and construction crews have shifted their focus from infrastructure and framing to flooring, lighting and other finish work.

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Mar1
Wild Game Dinner and AuctionLion Hills Center
 

16th Annual Wild Game Dinner and AuctionLocation:  EMCC's Lion Hills Center, Columbus, MS

East Mississippi Community College English instructor Ginny Leonard has been chosen as the college’s Humanities Teacher Award recipient.
EMCC'S GINNY LEONARD RECIPIENT OF HUMANITIES TEACHER AWARDJanuary 10, 2019

East Mississippi Community College English instructor Ginny Leonard is the recipient of this year's Humanities Teacher Award.

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May10
Sporting Clays Challenge CupBurnt Oak Lodge
 

EMCC's Sporting Clays Challenge Cup

East Mississippi Community College has been awarded an $115,865 grant by the Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Mississippi Foundation to continue providing health and wellness initiatives to benefit the college’s students, employees and members of the surrounding community.
Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Mississippi Foundation awards EMCC third grantJanuary 9, 2019

East Mississippi Community College has been awarded an $115,865 grant by the Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Mississippi Foundation to continue providing health and wellness initiatives to benefit the college's students, employees and members of the surrounding community.

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Oct21
Old Waverly Golf ClassicOld Waverly Golf Course
 

EMCC's Old Waverly Golf Classic

Fall 2018 Semester Honor Roll StudentsJanuary 3, 2019

EMCC congratulates Spring 2018 semester Honor Roll students for their dedication and discipline.

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.
EMCC CONDUCTS COMMENCEMENT CEREMONIES FOR FALL GRADUATESDecember 12, 2018

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.

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 PRESIDENTDecember 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.

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 TRAININGNovember 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.

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 GRADUATENovember 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.

The public is invited to attend East Mississippi Community College’s Fine Arts Holiday Celebration on the Scooba campus Nov. 27, which will feature musical performances, a Christmas tree-lighting ceremony and a pottery sale.
EMCC FINE ARTS DEPARTMENT TO HOST HOLIDAY CELEBRATIONNovember 16, 2018

The public is invited to attend East Mississippi Community College's Fine Arts Holiday Celebration on the Scooba campus Nov. 27, which will feature musical performances, a Christmas tree-lighting ceremony and a pottery sale.

Four students in East Mississippi Community College’s Business and Marketing Management Technology program earned awards in the Entrepreneurship category in a competition held during the DECA ENGAGE Conference in New York City. At center is EMCC District Director of Marketing Communications and Recruitment Dr. Joshua Carroll. The EMCC students are, from left, William Manuel, Brandon Carter, Marcus Black and Nathaniel Craft.
EMCC STUDENTS TAKE FIRST PLACE IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP AT DECA CONFERENCENovember 14, 2018

Three students in East Mississippi Community College's Business and Marketing Management Technology program earned first place in the Entrepreneurship category of a business simulation competition during the DECA ENGAGE Conference Nov. 8-10 in New York City. A fourth EMCC student was on a team that earned third place in the competition.

Frances McKay, who turns 101 Nov. 18, vividly recalls her time at East Mississippi Junior College, as today's East Mississippi Community College was known when she attended in 1935 to 1936.
CENTENARIAN RECALLS TIME AT EAST MISSISSIPPI JUNIOR COLLEGENovember 12, 2018

Frances McKay, who turns 101 Nov. 18, vividly recalls her time at East Mississippi Junior College, as today's East Mississippi Community College was known when she attended in 1935 to 1936.

An active shooter drill involving multiple agencies will take place on East Mississippi Community College’s Golden Triangle campus Friday, Nov. 9.
MULTI-AGENCY, ACTIVE-SHOOTER DRILL TO TAKE PLACE AT EMCCNovember 5, 2018

Local, state and federal agencies will participate in an active-shooter drill Friday, Nov. 9, on East Mississippi Community College's Golden Triangle campus.

A main thoroughfare on East Mississippi Community College’s Scooba campus has been named after Buddy Faulkner, a 1964 graduate of EMCC who was among the college’s top supporters up until his death in 2009.
EMCC ROAD NAMED AFTER THE LATE BUDDY FAULKNEROctober 30, 2018

A main thoroughfare on East Mississippi Community College's Scooba campus has been named after Buddy Faulkner, a 1964 graduate of EMCC who was among the college's top supporters up until his death in 2009.

A poem written by East Mississippi Community College student Karie Pinnix will be published in the online literary journal “Nota Bene” this winter. Only 25 entries were selected for the journal produced each year by the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society.
EMCC STUDENT'S POEM TO BE PUBLISHED IN LITERARY JOURNALOctober 22, 2018

East Mississippi Community College sophomore Karie Pinnix, 19, is among 25 college students worldwide whose writings will be included in the 2018 online issue of "Nota Bene," a Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society literary journal.

East Mississippi Community College has been awarded a $20,000 grant by the Women’s Foundation of Mississippi to launch the P2P, or Plan2Postpone, campaign to educate students about methods to avoid unplanned pregnancies and to provide resources to expectant mothers and those with children.
EMCC AWARDED GRANT TO HELP AT-RISK WOMEN STAY IN SCHOOLOctober 17, 2018

East Mississippi Community College has been awarded a $20,000 grant by the Women's Foundation of Mississippi to launch the P2P, or Plan2Postpone, campaign to educate students about methods to avoid unplanned pregnancies and to provide resources to expectant mothers and those with children.

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