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Meridian Community College

United States
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About Meridian Community College

Our Mission Meridian Community College is a public institution of higher learning dedicated to improving the quality of life in Lauderdale County, Mississippi, and surrounding areas.

Through campus-based and distance education programming, MCC serves a diverse student population and accomplishes its mission by providing equal access to: Courses leading to the Associate in Arts Degree and/or transfer to senior colleges and universities Associate of Applied Science Degree and occupational certificate programs, and customized workforce training, leading to entry-level and/or enhanced employment opportunities Continuing education courses designed for personal and/or professional enrichment, student support services, cultural enrichment events, and adult basic and developmental education programs designed to equip students for expanded opportunities.

Campus information

MCC's Campus Life provides a variety of campus organizations, special interest groups and social activities for students.

The Campus Life Program provides activities designed to complement and supplement classroom education by providing another kind of learning experience. Campus Life involves students in the College and the community, gives them input into college decision-making, provides leadership training opportunities and creates professional and personal growth opportunities through student organizations.

The college is located on a 72 acre (29 hectare) campus located a short distance from downtown Meridian and is next to the campus of Mississippi State University's Meridian Campus.Other facilities not located at the main campus include the college's Truck Driving School and Magnolia Hall which is widely used by the community.


Our residence halls are a vibrant and exciting part of campus life. We are committed to developing and building communities with you in mind. However, the Department of Residence Life and Housing is more than just residence halls; it’s about developing you as a student and a person.

Residential living is an integral part of the collegiate experience. National studies have found that students who live on campus participate in a greater number of co-curricular activities, interact more frequently with faculty and peers in informal settings, illustrate higher graduation rates, and are more significantly satisfied with their institution and collegiate experience.

MCC’s residence hall program is designed to provide you opportunities for cultural, recreational, social, and academic growth as well as enabling you to develop your leadership skills. About 400 students live in MCC’s residence housing.


Courses available 10

Business, Management 1 Computer Science, IT 2 Education and Teaching 1 Engineering 2 Health and Medicine 1 Hotel Management & Hospitality 2 Mass Communication & Media 1


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