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East Mississippi Community College’s Information Systems Technology Department and the student-led Association of Information Technology Professionals will host a Digital Symposium Thursday, Feb. 28, to showcase emerging technologies to area businesses, industries and high school students. That event will be followed by a Local Area Network, or LAN, party for gamers the following night on Friday, March 1.
EMCC TO HOST DIGITAL SYMPOSIUM, LAN PARTYFebruary 21, 2019

East Mississippi Community College's Information Systems Technology Department and the student-led Association of Information Technology Professionals will host a Digital Symposium Thursday, Feb. 28, to showcase emerging technologies to area businesses, industries and high school students. That event will be followed by a Local Area Network, or LAN, party for gamers the following night on Friday, March 1.

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Feb25
Black History ProgramScooba Campus
 

The annual EMCC Black History Month program will be held in the Stennis Hall Auditorium.  Our guest speaker is The Honorable James Young, mayor of Philadelphia, MS.  This event is opened to the...

East Mississippi Community College is launching a Learning in Our Neighborhood (LION) program that will allow adult residents the opportunity to take noncredit courses on a wide range of topics.
EMCC TO OFFER LOW-COST CLASSES FOR LIFELONG LEARNERSFebruary 18, 2019

East Mississippi Community College is launching a Learning in Our Neighborhood (LION) program that will allow adult residents the opportunity to take noncredit courses on a wide range of topics.

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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 humanities instructor Shannon Pendergrass and student Jordan White have been named the college’s 2019 HEADWAE (Higher Education Appreciation Day, Working for Academic Excellence) award recipients.
EMCC'S PENDERGRASS, WHITE CHOSEN AS HEADWAE RECIPIENTSFebruary 12, 2019

East Mississippi Community College humanities instructor Shannon Pendergrass and student Jordan White have been named the college's 2019 HEADWAE (Higher Education Appreciation Day, Working for Academic Excellence) award recipients.

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Mar5
EMCC JazzStennis Hall Stage
 

EMCC Jazz Ensemble performs an evening of jazz music.  Students will perform swing, rock, latin, and pop music.  Free concert and will last about an hour.  Location is in Stennis Hall at 7 p.m....

East Mississippi Community College will host its 7th Annual Intercollegiate Rodeo Feb. 21-23 at the Lauderdale County Agri-Center in Meridian.
EMCC TO HOST INTERCOLLEGIATE RODEOFebruary 12, 2019

East Mississippi Community College will host its 7th Annual Intercollegiate Rodeo Feb. 21-23 at the Lauderdale County Agri-Center in Meridian.

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May10
Sporting Clays Challenge CupBurnt Oak Lodge
 

EMCC's Sporting Clays Challenge Cup

Arianna Love is a graduate of East Mississippi Community College’s Steps to Success program, which she now work for. The program, which provides Kemper County youths work experience through internships, was recently awarded a fourth grant by the Southern Mississippi Planning and Development District.
EMCC'S STEPS TO SUCCESS PROGRAM AWARDED FOURTH GRANTFebruary 6, 2019

The Southern Mississippi Planning and Development District has awarded the Steps to Success (S2S) program on East Mississippi Community College's Scooba campus a $277,268 grant to provide Kemper County youths training and paid work internships.

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Oct21
Old Waverly Golf ClassicOld Waverly Golf Course
 

EMCC's Old Waverly Golf Classic

Philadelphia Mayor James Young will be the guest speaker Feb. 25 at East Mississippi Community College’s Black History Month celebration on the college’s Scooba campus.
MAYOR YOUNG TO SPEAK AT BLACK HISTORY MONTH CELEBRATIONFebruary 5, 2019

Philadelphia Mayor James Young will be the guest speaker Feb. 25 at East Mississippi Community College's Black History Month celebration on the college's Scooba campus.

East Mississippi Community College’s quiz bowl team took first place in the 2019 Community College Sectional Championship Quiz Bowl Tournaments Jan. 25 and qualified to compete nationally.
EMCC QUIZ BOWL TEAM WINS SECTIONAL, QUALIFIES FOR NATIONALSFebruary 1, 2019

East Mississippi Community College's quiz bowl team is among seven teams nationwide to earn first place finishes during the 2019 Community College Sectional Championship Quiz Bowl Tournaments that took place Jan. 25-26 at locations across the country.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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