About the Campus
Warner Peterson Administration Building: Constructed in 2002 and houses the office of the Vice President, Deans of Instruction, Student Services and Business Services, Assistant Dean of Instruction, Financial Services and Business Services along with two classrooms and a lecture hall.
Science Building: Originally built in 1964 and fully renovated in 2000, this single-story, circular building, is two hundred forty feet in diameter. It houses science lecture halls and laboratories.
Physical Plant: Built in 1965 and renovated in 1974 and 1978, this building accommodates the central power plant that furnishes heat, air-conditioning, and water facilities for the campus complex is housed in this building.
Drafting/Design Technology Building & Campus Police: Constructed in 1965 and renovated in 2011, this two-story circular building is home to the drafting and design technology department and the on-line testing lab. Campus Police is also housed in this building.
Career & Technical Education Building: Built in 1968, this building houses various career-technical education offices, electronics, welding, electrical technology, telecommunications technology, and other career and technical programs and classrooms.
Curtis L. Davis Health/Physical/Aquatic Education Building: Constructed in 1972, this building houses the health and physical education department along with multi-purpose stage facilities. An Olympic-size, enclosed, heated swimming pool is adjacent to the building.
Fine Arts Building: Featuring music, art and drama, this building is home to the Fine Arts Department and was constructed in 1976. A 472-seat auditorium with a fully equipped stage for all types of theatrical productions and an art gallery are also part of this building.
Multi-Craft Building: A career-technical education building erected in 1976.
Allied Health Programs Building: Constructed in 1982, this building provides instructor offices, classrooms, and laboratories for the medical laboratory technology, radiologic technology, and respiratory care technology programs.associate degree nursing, practical nursing, medical laboratory technology, and radiologic technology programs.
Child Development Technology Building: This child-care facility was built in 1989 and is used for learning experiences for the Child Development Technology program students, consisting of two rooms for the care of children 2-4 years old, kitchen, and office facilities.
Student Center: Built in 1994, this building houses the cafeteria, bookstore, private dining room, and a conference room. There is also a patio area for outside dining.
Learning Resource Center: Originally built in 1974, the library is on the second floor. In 1990, the first level was enclosed to provide a Learning Resource Center and classrooms. A third addition was built in 1996 on the second level for additional classroom space.
Math and Computer Science Building: Built in 1995, this building houses mathematics, developmental studies classrooms, instructor offices, and computer science labs.
Admissions and Counseling Building: Built in 1997, this building houses Admissions and Records, CTE Support Services, Counseling, Recruitment, and Veterans Services.
Business & Office Technology Building: Built in 1991, this building houses the Business and Office Technology program and Academic Business.
Maintenance Building: Completed in 2009 and houses the maintenance, grounds and housekeeping departments.
Estuarine Education Center: The EEC opened in January 2008 and serves as an outdoor laboratory to students in the outdoor recreation, biology, environmental, and marine science classes. Facilities that lie within the 40-acres of estuary land include the Outdoor Recreation Leadership building, Natural Resource and Environmental Studies building, Greenhouse, Outdoor Pavilion, Johnston Island, and the Ropes Challenge Course. The center serves the public as well as the students and employees of MGCCC. Everyone is welcome!
Jackson County Campus Map
The campus is located five miles west of Pascagoula adjacent to a major four-lane highway, U.S. 90 at Gautier. A direct access road to Interstate 10, 3.5 miles north of the campus, makes it easily accessible to the whole Coastal area. Good state and county roads connect with the traffic artery.