Students study together in the library.



MGCCC Student Services

  • Housing

    Living on campus is the sure way to be close to everything the Perkinston Campus has to offer. You’re a quick walk away from classrooms, the learning lab, meeting places, the cafeteria, or the grill.

  • Making a Payment

    Pay tuition and fees online or at any Business Services office.

    • Payment instructions
    • List of charges and fees
    • Important dates
  • Campus Dining

    On-campus dining is available at Jackson County, Jefferson Davis and Perkinston. Facilities are open Monday through Friday during the fall, spring and summer semesters excluding school holidays.

  • Bookstore

    Grab your textbooks, supplies, and the best Bulldog gear at the MGCCC Bookstore. Select items also available on our Online Bookstore

  • Clubs and Organizations

    Each MGCCC Campus has a number of great student clubs and organizations to join. No matter what your hobby — be it intramural sports, singing in a choir, or performing on stage, there’s a group for you to join.

  • Fitness Centers

    It’s quick and easy to get your workout in between classes at one of our campus fitness centers.

  • Health Clinics

    Employees, their dependents, and MGCCC students have access to affordable medical care, screenings, health assessments, and more at on and off campus Medical Analysis health care clinics.

  • Child Care

    MGCCC’s Early Childhood Education centers provide high quality, affordable child care for the children (ages 12 mo – 5 years) of full time MGCCC students. The college has child care centers located on the Jackson County, Harrison County and Perkinston campuses.

  • Fine Arts

    MGCCC has a variety of performing and visual arts programs across our campuses.

  • Printing Services

    MGCCC Libraries use the WEPA printing system. WEPA is a cloud-based printing system that allows you to send your documents from anywhere.

  • Food Pantry

    At Gulf Coast, our employees, alumni and community partners believe that part of providing students outstanding opportunities to succeed is ensuring their basic needs are met. Through the food pantry program offered at the college’s campuses and centers, students in need may receive well-balanced meals, snacks and hygiene products for themselves and their families.