MGCCC’s STEM programming includes the latest, in-demand skills for entry level graduates:
- 3D Modeling and Design Technology
- Coding Technology
- Computer Networking Technology
- Computer Networking Technology: Gaming Surveillance Concentration
- Computer Programming Technology
- Cybersecurity Technology
- Data Analytics Technology
- IT Specialist Technology
Harrison County Campus
Each year MGCCC offers a variety of summer camps for children and teens at our Jackson County, Harrison County and Perkinston campuses.
Pending funding availability, WIOA offers tuition assistance to students with financial need for a number of Career and Technical Programs. In addition, supportive services and paid internships are available. Come see what is available to you through this government program!
This one-year intensive program offers clinical, hands-on experience for students to become certified Surgical Technologists. After earning your certification, you’ll be ready to join a surgical team and assist physicians, anesthesiologists, and registered nurses in the operating room.
Federal regulations require that all students make Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) in a program of study to maintain eligibility for financial aid. MGCCC has established minimum SAP standards that recipients must make toward completion of a diploma or degree program.
There are nearly two hundred different Institutional Scholarships that students can apply for at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College. Browse our scholarships to discover the application process, eligibility requirements, and award amounts.
MGCCC offers full-tuition scholarship to full-time, first-time to enter college freshmen who are preliminary winners of the following contests:
- Distinguished Young Women of Mississippi
- Miss Mississippi Pageant
- Mississippi Miss Hospitality Competition
Military spouses meeting the following criteria are eligible to participate in the MyCAA Scholarship program: Spouses of service members on Active Duty, under Title 10 orders Spouses of service members with pay grades of E1 through E-5, W1 through W-2, O-1 through O-2.
Students seeking assistance obtaining student consumer information should contact the financial aid office at the campus they attend.
The goal is to become a vibrant community that fosters student success by providing a holistic student experience that facilitates learning and achievement.
Learn the types of low-interest student loans available from the federal government. View loan limits, interest rates, and procedures to follow during school and after your graduate.
You have the right to receive disability accommodations while pursuing your education.
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