b'The Fine Arts Building features music, art and drama education. 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. The Multi-Craft Building is a career-technical education building erected in 1976. The Allied Health Programs Building was constructed in 1982. This building provides instructor offices, classrooms, and laboratories for the medical laboratory technology, radiologic technology, and respiratory care technology programs. The Child Development Technology Building is a child-care facility 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. The Student Center was built in 1994 and houses the cafeteria, bookstore, private dining room, and a conference room. There is also a patio area for outside dining. The Learning Resource Center was originally built in 1974 and houses the library 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. The Math and Computer Science Building was built in 1995 and houses mathematics and developmental studies classrooms, instructor offices, and computer science labs. The Admissions and Counseling Building was built in 1997 and houses Admissions and Records, CTE Support Services, Counseling, Recruitment, and Veterans Services. The Business & Office Technology Building was built in 1991 and houses the Business and Office Technology program and Academic Business. The Maintenance Building was completed in 2009 and houses the maintenance, grounds and housekeeping departments. The Estuarine Education Center opened in January 2008 and serves as an outdoor laboratory to students in outdoor recreation, and 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! Haley Reeves Barbour Maritime Training Academy The Haley Reeves Barbour Maritime Training Academy, located just outside the main gate of Ingalls Shipbuilding in Pascagoula, was established in 2013 to meet the training needs of apprentices as outlined by the U.S. Department of Labor Office of Apprenticeships.It includes 44 rooms for classroom space, computer lab space, and laboratory space, along with dedicated library space and office space for student services and faculty.Students who complete an approved apprenticeship program in one of 15 craft areas may receive 30 semester hours toward an Associate of Applied Science degree in Maritime Technology. Jefferson Davis Campus This campus is comprised of 120 acres of land located one and three-quarter miles north of U.S. Highway 90, midway between Gulfport and Biloxi. The award-winning architectural design of the building complex features 22 structures to include several landscaped courtyards. Covered walkways not only provide sheltered passage but also form a visual tie for the complex and carry utilities throughout the complex, including air-conditioning. The Business Building houses fifteen faculty offices, seven lecture rooms, a paralegal law library, and four computer labs. The Computer Center houses the District Information Technology Department, which services all campuses and centers. The Music Building is actually three buildings. The smaller building contains the Music Department with studio offices, practice rooms, rehearsal hall, work room, storage room, and pottery studio. 15'