b'The Hospitality and Resort Management Center opened in 2014 and houses Hotel Restaurant Management, Culinary, Baking and Pastry Arts, Banquet and Catering Service, and Business & Marketing Management. The facility contains four kitchens, providing students and community with access to a demonstration kitchen, baking kitchen, production kitchen and teaching kitchen. Space provided includes a mock guest room, front desk operation, faculty and administration offices, student lounge, and lockers. The facility also provides over 5,600 square feet of conference space and over 2,200 square feet of dining space. The facility also contains four computer labs and six large classrooms for instruction. The Educational Development Building houses eight offices, academic classrooms, a storage area, two student and two faculty restrooms, and four labs for developmental classes. The Maintenance Building is a one-story metal and brick combination building located in the back of the campus that houses maintenance, shipping and receiving, grounds department, housekeeping and superintendent and assistant superintendent of maintenance and grounds. The Student Services Building is a multi-story building located on the southwest corner of the campus facing Switzer Road. The first floor houses the Enrollment Services Center, the Military Services Center and Lounge, Admissions-Records and Financial Aid Processing. The Dean of Student Services and Enrollment Management office, the Assessment Center, and the Multi-Purpose Room U202 are found on the second floor. Building A houses the Campus Police Department, Welcome Center and Recruitment office and is located on the South walkway. The Math and Computer Science Building houses ten faculty offices, seven lecture rooms, four computer labs, and a workroom. The Cafeteria includes a large student dining area, two large banquet rooms, faculty dining room, and a full service kitchen and grill area with large serving area. Advanced Manufacturing & Technology Center The Mississippi Gulf Coast Advanced Manufacturing and Technology Center, formerly the Applied Technology and Development Center, is located in Intraplex 10 of the Bayou Bernard Industrial District. The Center was initially established as a joint partnership between the Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College, Mississippi Power Company, and the Harrison County Development Commission. The purpose of the Mississippi Gulf Coast Advanced Manufacturing and Technology Center (AMTC) is to (a) provide advanced manufacturing, industrial, technical, and professional skills training, (b) serve as a model for cooperation between education and business for the State of Mississippi, (c) assist and support economic development activities on the Mississippi Gulf Coast and (d) provide administrative services for the Community Campus. Bryant Center The Bryant Center, located in Biloxi on Hwy. 67 was constructed in 2018 to consolidate Nursing programs formerly located at campuses and centers throughout the district.The Center offers Nursing programs, Continuing Education, and Workforce Development courses. Keesler Center The Center is located in Room 221 of the Sablich Building on Keesler Air Force Base (AFB). This center was established in 1973 to serve the active military and their dependents, retired military and their dependents, civilian workers on Keesler AFB, and other civilians in the community on a space available basis. The Center offers evening courses in an accelerated format of two eight week terms in a semester. All academic courses lead to a Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Associate of Arts degree, Associate of Applied Science degree, or the Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) Associate degree. Naval Construction Battalion Center The Naval Construction Battalion Center is located in the Moreell Building just inside the Broad Avenue entrance to the Navy Base. 17'