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Most fulltime East Mississippi Community College faculty will receive a pay raise of between 8 percent and 9.5 percent, while staff earnings will increase by about 5 percent.
ELIGIBLE EMCC EMPLOYEES TO RECEIVE 'SIGNIFICANT RAISE'June 24, 2022

Most fulltime East Mississippi Community College faculty will receive a pay raise of between 8 percent and 9.5 percent, while staff earnings will increase by about 5 percent.

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From left, East Mississippi Community College Chief Financial Officer Tammie Holmes, Vice President of Instruction Dr. James Rush and Scooba campus Mathematics and Science Division Chairperson Marion Smoot completed the Community College Policy Fellows Program, a one-year leadership development initiative focusing on public policy and advocacy for Mississippi community colleges.
EMCC EMPLOYEES COMPLETE FELLOWS PROGRAMJune 22, 2022

Three East Mississippi Community College faculty and staff participated in the Community College Policy Fellows Program, or CPFP, which culminated in a trip to Washington, D.C. to advocate on behalf of Mississippi's community colleges.

A commencement exercise for graduates of East Mississippi Community College’s Cosmetology and Barbering/Stylist programs took place June 16 in the Lyceum Auditorium on the college’s Golden Triangle campus.
COMMENCEMENT CEREMONY HELD FOR BARBERING, COSMETOLOGY GRADUATESJune 17, 2022

A commencement exercise for graduates of East Mississippi Community College's Cosmetology and Barbering/Stylist programs took place June 16 in the Lyceum Auditorium on the college's Golden Triangle campus.

A graduation ceremony took place June 2 at The Communiversity for students who earned their high school equivalency diplomas through East Mississippi Community College’s Adult Education Launch Pad.
EMCC ADULT EDUCATION STUDENTS GRADUATEJune 2, 2022

Forty-one students enrolled in East Mississippi Community College's Adult Education Launch Pad recently earned their high school equivalency diplomas, with more than 30 of the students participating in a graduation ceremony that took place June 2 at The Communiversity.

East Mississippi Community College’s WIOA Career Services division will host the Governor’s Job Fair June 7 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at The Communiversity. The event will take place in conjunction with EMCC’s Employer in the Foyer, a series of job fairs at The Communiversity. Pictured in this file photo are attendees of an Employer in the Foyer event earlier this year.
GOVERNOR'S JOB FAIR COMING TO THE COMMUNIVERSITYMay 24, 2022

Dozens of potential employers will interview job seekers and accept applications during the Governor's Job Fair that will take place June 7 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at The Communiversity at East Mississippi Community College.

The Golden Triangle Early College High School held an Awards Day May 13 for students in 9th, 10th and 11th grades in the Lyceum Auditorium on our Golden Triangle campus.
GTECHS STUDENTS GARNER RECOGNITION DURING AWARDS DAYMay 18, 2022

The Golden Triangle Early College High School held an Awards Day May 13 for students in 9th, 10th and 11th grades in the Lyceum Auditorium on our Golden Triangle campus.

A graduation ceremony for the Golden Triangle Early College High School took place May 14 in the Lyceum Auditorium on East Mississippi Community College’s Golden Triangle campus.
STUDENTS IN GTECHS CLASS OF 2022 GRADUATEMay 14, 2022

A commencement ceremony for graduates of the Golden Triangle Early College High School took place May 14 in the Lyceum Auditorium on East Mississippi Community College's Golden Triangle campus.

Golden Triangle Early College High School seniors were honored the night of Thursday, May 12, during Senior Night in the Lyceum Auditorium on East Mississippi Community College’s Golden Triangle campus.
GTECHS CLASS OF 2022 HONORED DURING SENIORS NIGHTMay 13, 2022

Golden Triangle Early College High School seniors were honored the night of Thursday, May 12, during Senior Night in the Lyceum Auditorium on East Mississippi Community College's Golden Triangle campus.

East Mississippi Community College President Dr. Scott Alsobrooks has announced the Spring 2022 Semester Honor Roll students.
SPRING SEMESTER 2022 HONOR ROLL LIST RELEASEDMay 11, 2022

East Mississippi Community College President Dr. Scott Alsobrooks has announced the Spring 2022 Semester Honor Roll students.

From left, East Mississippi Community College President Dr. Scott Alsobrooks, William Carey University Executive Vice President Dr. Ben Burnett and William Carey Associate Vice President of the College of Health Sciences Dr. Janet Williams took part in a May 9 signing of an agreement that will make it easier for EMCC students enrolled in allied health programs to transfer to William Carey.
EMCC, WILLIAM CAREY SIGN AGREEMENT TO EXPAND EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIESMay 10, 2022

An agreement between East Mississippi Community College and William Carey University will make it easier for EMCC students to transition into health care programs offered at William Carey University.

East Mississippi Community College held spring 2022 commencement ceremonies Friday, May 6, and Saturday, May 7, at the college’s Golden Triangle and Scooba campuses.
EMCC CONDUCTS GRADUATION CEREMONIES FOR CLASS OF 2022May 9, 2022

East Mississippi Community College held spring 2022 commencement ceremonies Friday, May 6, and Saturday, May 7, at the college's Golden Triangle and Scooba campuses.

Phi Theta Kappa officers on the Scooba campus pictured here are, front row from left, Peyton Dawkins, Cameron Boone, Chloe Godwin and Trinity Nash. In the back row, from left, are Jakyeia Anderson, Sarah Martin and Jadasha Harrison. Not pictured are Kade Brand, Kaitlyn Stubbs, Celeste Study and Collin Paul.
EMCC ANNOUNCES PHI THETA KAPPA OFFICERSMay 4, 2022

East Mississippi Community College has named the 2022 officers for Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society on the college's Scooba and Golden Triangle campuses.

From left, East Mississippi Community College students Tony Brooks, Nathan White and Haley Hutchinson with their winning entry in the Chapter Display category during the Mississippi SkillsUSA State Championships in Jackson. The Welding & Fabrication students on EMCC’s Scooba campus earned first place and advance to the national SkillsUSA championships.
EIGHT EMCC STUDENTS WIN STATE CHAMPIONSHIP TITLES AT SKILLS-USAMay 3, 2022

Eight East Mississippi Community College students enrolled in the Welding & Fabrication Technology programs on the college's Golden Triangle and Scooba campuses earned first place finishes during the Mississippi SkillsUSA State Championships in Jackson.

A graduation celebration took place April 22 for EMCC’s 2022 Class of Leadership Through Everyday Opportunities.
GRADUATION CEREMONEY HELD FOR EMCC 2022 LEADERSHIP CLASSApril 29, 2022

Members of East Mississippi Community College's 2022 Class of Leadership Through Everyday Opportunities celebrated their last session of the academic year with a small graduation ceremony on Friday, April 22.

East Mississippi Community College’s annual Awards Day ceremony on the Scooba campus took place April 27.
STUDENTS RECOGNIZED DURING SCOOBA AWARDS DAYApril 27, 2022

Nearly 100 East Mississippi Community College students were recognized during the Awards Day ceremony on the Scooba campus Wednesday, April 27.

Members of East Mississippi Community College’s Phi Theta Kappa chapters on the Scooba and Golden Triangle campuses who attended PTK’s international convention in Denver, Colorado are, from left, Lindsey Younger (GT), Peyton Dawkins (Scooba), Chase Fry (GT), Cameron Boone (Scooba), Bryce Miller (GT), and Seth Givens (GT). They were accompanied by Scott Baine, far right, a PTK advisor on EMCC’s Golden Triangle campus who was awarded the Paragon Award for New Advisors.
EMCC PHI THETA KAPPA CHAPTERS EARN RECOGNITIONApril 26, 2022

Achievements by East Mississippi Community College's Phi Theta Kappa chapters on the Scooba and Golden Triangle campuses were announced during the Mississippi/Louisiana Region Awards Gala 2022, which was streamed virtually.

Baptist Memorial Hospital-Golden Triangle donated $100,000 to East Mississippi Community College to fund scholarships for students enrolled in the college’s nursing programs. Here, Baptist Golden Triangle Administrator Paul Cade, at left, presents a ceremonial check to EMCC President Dr. Scott Alsobrooks.
BAPTIST GOLDEN TRIANGLE DONATES $100K FOR EMCC NURSING SCHOLARSHIPSApril 19, 2022

Baptist Memorial Health Care Foundation is donating $100,000 to fund scholarships for students enrolled in East Mississippi Community College's Division of Nursing and Allied Health nursing programs who agree to work for Baptist Memorial Hospital-Golden Triangle in Columbus after they graduate.

East Mississippi Community College instructors in academic, career-technical, Division of Nursing and Allied Health, and Community Workforce Services recognized their outstanding students from the past year during the annual Awards Day program that took place April 13 on the College’s Golden Triangle campus.
'OUSTANDING' STUDENTS RECOGNIZED DURING EMCC AWARDS DAYApril 13, 2022

East Mississippi Community College instructors in academic, career-technical, Division of Nursing and Allied Health, and Community Workforce Services recognized their outstanding students from the past year during the annual Awards Day program that took place April 13 on the College's Golden Triangle campus.

East Mississippi Community College’s Division of Nursing and Allied Health will host a health fair April 28 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at The Communiversity.
PUBLIC INVITED TO HEALTH FAIR AT THE COMMUNIVERSITYApril 13, 2022

East Mississippi Community College's Division of Nursing and Allied Health will host a health fair April 28 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at The Communiversity.

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