East Mississippi Community College
CORONAVIRUS INFORMATION - See ouR Latest Updates
background image
APPLY NOW

 

News & Events
Four East Mississippi Community College alumni were honored Oct. 9 during the halftime of the college’s Homecoming football game and were presented plaques by EMCC President Dr. Scott Alsobrooks, far right. The honorees are, from left, Dr. Emily Warren, 2020 Alumna of the Year; Charlie Studdard, 2020 Distinguished Service Award; Teresa Hughes, 2021 Distinguished Service Award, and Cheryl Sparkman, 2021 Alumna of the Year.
EMCC ALUMNI HONORED AT HOMECOMINGOctober 12, 2021

Four East Mississippi Community College alumni were honored Saturday, Oct. 9, during Homecoming events on the college's Scooba campus.

date
Dec31
There are no events available for this feed.
 

Please visit our calendar to select from available RSS feeds.

East Mississippi Community College’s Workforce and Community Services Division has expanded its offerings on the college’s Scooba campus with programs of study in Electrical Technology and Heavy Civil Construction.
EMCC'S SCOOBA CAMPUS OFFERING NEW WORKFORCE PROGRAMSOctober 7, 2021

East Mississippi Community College's Workforce and Community Services Division has expanded its offerings on the college's Scooba campus with programs of study in Electrical Technology and Heavy Civil Construction.

Registration has begun for East Mississippi Community College’s eLearning Intensive II and Four-Week Term on-campus classes that will begin Monday, Oct. 18. Four-Week Term classes end Nov. 12 and eLearning classes end Dec. 10.
REGISTER NOW FOR EMCC'S INTENSIVE II CLASSESOctober 1, 2021

Registration has begun for East Mississippi Community College's eLearning Intensive II and Four-Week Term on-campus classes that will begin Monday, Oct. 18. Four-Week Term classes end Nov. 12 and eLearning classes end Dec. 10.

East Mississippi Community College’s 2021 Homecoming Court will be presented during halftime of the college’s Oct. 9 Homecoming football game. Members of the court are: front row, DeWittney White of Macon; middle row, from left, Peyton Dawkins of Brooksville, Kaitlynn Stroud of Enterprise, Baylee Smith of West Point, Kinley Stewart of Quitman, Mariah Johnson of Kosciusko and Sydney Pierce of West Point; back row, from left, Daliyah Cooperwood of West Point, Eurasia Thornton of Greenville, La’Tayja Sykes of West Point, Antavia Mosley of Meridian, Megan Williams of Starkville, Yasmine Brooks of Starkville and TyKerria Jones of Starkville.
EMCC 2021 HOMECOMING ACTIVITIES ANNOUNCEDSeptember 30, 2021

After a yearlong hiatus, East Mississippi Community College is resuming its annual Homecoming festivities this year.

APAC Mississippi, Inc., donated a Caterpillar asphalt roller, at right, to our Workforce and Community Services division that will be used for training students enrolled in the Heavy Civil Construction program. Pictured at left is an excavator also used in the program that teaches students about the safe operation of heavy equipment.
APAC MISSISSIPPI, INC., DONATES ASPHALT ROLLER TO EMCCSeptember 29, 2021

APAC Mississippi Inc., an asphalt paving and construction materials company, donated a refurbished Caterpillar asphalt roller to East Mississippi Community College that will be used to teach students enrolled in the college's Heavy Civil Construction program.

The public is invited to attend two free events in October at the Tubb-May Library on East Mississippi Community College’s Scooba campus.
PUBLIC INVITED TO FREE EVENTS AT SCOOBA CAMPUS LIBRARYSeptember 27, 2021

The public is invited to attend two free events in October at the Tubb-May Library on East Mississippi Community College's Scooba campus.

East Mississippi Community College Landscape Management Technology student John Ellis gives a presentation on his summer internship at a Florida golf course to his classmates, who all landed paid internships.
EMCC TURF/LANDSCAPE STUDENTS SCORE INTERNSHIPS NEAR AND FARSeptember 22, 2021

Students in the Golf/Recreational Turf Management Technology and Landscape Management Technology programs at East Mississippi Community College's Lion Hills Center are in demand.

EMCC Workforce Trainer Carey Butler, at left, works with students in the Manufacturing Skills, Composite and Assembly course tailored to provide the skills needed by employees with Aurora Flight Sciences, a Boeing Company.
EMCC PARTNERS WITH AREA INDUSTRIES TO OFFER JOB SKILLS TRAININGSeptember 21, 2021

East Mississippi Community College's Workforce and Community Services division has partnered with three area businesses to offer short-term training that could lead to a job interview or an internship.

East Mississippi Community College sophomore Tyler Boothroyd is among 15 students statewide awarded 2021-22 scholarships by the Mississippi Automotive Manufacturers Association.
EMCC STUDENT AWARDED COMPETITIVE SCHOLARSHIPSeptember 20, 2021

East Mississippi Community College sophomore Tyler Boothroyd is among 15 students statewide awarded 2021-22 scholarships by the Mississippi Automotive Manufacturers Association.

While overall fall enrollment numbers compared to the same time last year are down by more than 5 percent at public colleges statewide, East Mississippi Community College saw an increase in enrollment this year.
EMCC'S ENROLLMENT GROWTH BUCKS STATEWIDE, NATIONAL TRENDSeptember 17, 2021

While overall fall enrollment numbers compared to the same time last year are down by more than 5 percent at public colleges statewide, East Mississippi Community College saw an increase in enrollment this year.

Ben Neal has been hired as the Assistant Director of Bands at East Mississippi Community College.
Page TitleAugust 27, 2021

EMCC ADDS NEAL AS ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF BANDS

The Workforce and Community Services division at East Mississippi Community College has been awarded a $200,000 grant to provide training to area workers through the Mississippi Apprenticeship Program, or MAP, a state apprenticeship program supported by the U.S. Department of Labor.
EMCC AWARDED $200K GRANT FOR APPRENTICESHIP TRAININGAugust 24, 2021

The Workforce and Community Services division at East Mississippi Community College has been awarded a $200,000 grant to provide training to area workers through the Mississippi Apprenticeship Program, or MAP, a state apprenticeship program supported by the U.S. Department of Labor.

East Mississippi Community College assumed administrative control of the Golden Triangle Early College High School on July 1.
EMCC ASSUMES ADMINISTRATION OF GTECHSAugust 12, 2021

East Mississippi Community College assumed administration of the Golden Triangle Early College High School on July 1.

East Mississippi Community College art instructor Cynthia Buob’s works have been selected for inclusion in three major art exhibits.
ARTWORK BY EMCC'S CYNTHIA BUOB SELECTED FOR PRESTIGIOUS EXHIBITSAugust 5, 2021

Works by East Mississippi Community College art instructor Cynthia Buob have been selected for inclusion in a curated art exhibit and two juried art exhibits.

East Mississippi Community College has joined the 2021 cohort of Achieving the Dream (ATD), a network of more than 300 colleges in 45 states and the District of Columbia dedicated to improving student success.
EMCC JOINS ACHIEVING THE DREAM NETWORKAugust 3, 2021

East Mississippi Community College has joined the 2021 cohort of Achieving the Dream (ATD), a network of more than 300 colleges in 45 states and the District of Columbia dedicated to improving student success.

Eighteen students graduated from East Mississippi Community College’s Practical Nursing program in a pinning ceremony July 30 in the Lyceum Auditorium on the college’s Golden Triangle campus.
GRADUATION CONDUCTED FOR EMCC PRACTICAL NURSING STUDENTSJuly 30, 2021

Eighteen students graduated from East Mississippi Community College's Practical Nursing program in a pinning ceremony July 30 in the Lyceum Auditorium on the college's Golden Triangle campus.

Pictured are East Mississippi Community College Vice President of Instruction Dr. James Rush, at left, and Scott Baine, an EMCC art and design instructor who will assume the role of faculty development/instructional design coordinator on Aug. 2, 2021. Baine will oversee development of the EMCC Center for Teaching and Learning under the guidance of Rush.
EMCC TO ESTABLISH LEARNING CENTER FOR FACULTYJuly 28, 2021

East Mississippi Community College is working to establish the EMCC Center for Teaching and Learning, which will provide in-house professional development opportunities for the college's faculty and staff and limited training to students.

EMCC logo
EMCC BOARD OF TRUSTEESS APPROVES RAISES FOR ELIGIBLE EMPLOYEESJuly 9, 2021

Most fulltime East Mississippi Community College faculty and staff received a raise for the first time in several years through funding provided through state allocations and the college's general funds. The EMCC Board of Trustees approved the raises at a meeting last month.

High school students enrolled in Camp AMP at The Communiversity at East Mississippi Community College work on a FlexFactor project under the guidance of Graduate Assistant Annie Price, seated, and EMCC FlexFactor Outreach Coordinator Camille Cooper, standing.
EMCC PARTNERS WITH K-12, INDUSTRIES TO LAUNCH FLEXFACTORJune 28, 2021

East Mississippi Community College, local employers and K-12 partners are teaming up with NextFlex to implement FlexFactor, a learning program that encourages students to pursue science, technology, engineering and manufacturing (STEM) fields.

#EMCC

 

 

TWO CAMPUSES, ONE COLLEGE
PLAN YOUR NEXT STEP

East Mississippi Community College
Opportunity Happens Here

 
  • On-Site Classes
    Summer 2021 Intensive II Semester
    Register by July 1st
    First day of classes July 6th
  • Online Classes