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Our vision is to be known as a university recognized for academic excellence and commitment to the cause of Christ.
President's List Announced for Fall 2019
The Mississippi College Office of Academic Affairs releases the president's list after the close of fall and spring semesters each academic year. To be eligible for the President's List, a student must maintain a 4.0 grade point average, based on a 4.0 system. The student must take a full course load of at least 12 semester hours of undergraduate credit with all academic courses impacting their grade point average.
Dean's List Announced for Fall 2019
The Mississippi College Office of Academic Affairs releases the dean's list after the close of fall and spring semesters each academic year. To be eligible for the Dean's List, a student must maintain a 3.5 grade point average, based on a 4.0 system. The student must take a full course load of at least 12 semester hours of undergraduate credit with all academic courses impacting their grade point average.
Senior Award of Excellence
The Awards of Excellence have been created to recognize senior students who committed themselves to the continued advancement of the mission of Mississippi College. The recipients are distinguished by their vision of greatness and inspiring leadership during their tenure at Mississippi College.
Madison Batarseh of Saint Amant Given Multiple Awards from the Department of Mathematics
2020 Senior Madison B. Annison was presented with the Senior Mathematics Award as well as the Epsilon Delta Academic Achievement Award. She also was induced into the Epsilon Delta Society.
Aaron Feazelle of Diamondhead Named Scott-Swor Founders Award Recipient
Conferred upon the senior student who has been chosen for having made a significant contribution to student life of the college exemplifying the ideals of the founders of the College, and their successors, in quality of living, leadership, and service. It is named in memory of Dr. Charles W. Scott and Dr. Chester E. Swor.
Who's Who Recipients
Selection to Who's Who at Mississippi College is made on the basis of student scholarship, participation in academic and extracurricular activities, citizenship and service to Mississippi College, promise of future usefulness, character and loyalty to the ideals of the College.
Department of Mathematics Who's Who
The Department of Mathematics named its recipients for Who's Who in 2020. Amber Bigelow, a mathematics education major is one of those recipients. Allyn Tice, a mathematics major, is the second recipient. Aspen Kent, biochemistry and mathematics major, is the third recipient for Who's Who.
Jordan Faison of Madison Given the Norman E. O'Neal Religious Education Award
This award, provided by Dr. and Mrs. Norman O'Neal, is given annually to the junior or senior Christian Studies and Philosophy major or minor who is deemed by the Christian Studies and Philosophy Department faculty to show the greatest promise of future usefulness in this field of religious education.
John Michael Ladner of Gulfport Named Mr. MC
Selected by the student body as a man and woman who best typify the ideal Mississippi College student.
Will Nabholz of Clinton Adapts His Student Teaching Due to Coronavirus
Will Nabholz never envisioned his student teaching duties would require a major makeover due to the COVID-19 pandemic. A Mississippi College senior, Nabholz learned to adapt as he teaches Advancement Placement biology classes online at Madison Central High.
Michael Washington of Collinsville Elected Student Government Association President
Michael Washington, Jr. emerged as the winner in an online election to become Mississippi College's new Student Government Association president. An MC Choctaws football standout, Washington defeated classmate Chance Easterling of Pelahatchie in Tuesday's contest. It marked the first time MC's SGA elections were held online.
Matthew Burkhalter of Flowood Assists Merit Hospital as the Coronavirus Cases Soar
Working long hours at a Jackson hospital, physician assistant Matthew Burkhalter is among many professionals taking on critical COVID-19 challenges. The 26-year-old Brandon resident knows this unprecedented health emergency isn't going away soon. Mississippi reports 1,073 Coronavirus cases on April 1, including 22 deaths.
Kayla Ryan of Picayune Speaks of the Award Winning Chemistry Club at Mississippi College
Kayla Ryan loves tutoring students at area schools as a member of Mississippi College's chemistry club. It is one of many activities for the award-winning chemistry club recently winning a prestigious award. The honor comes from the American Chemical Society. MC's club is recognized in "In Chemistry Magazine."
Alexis Dunn of Houston Named GSC Track & Field Champion Scholar-Athlete
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. --- Alexis Dunn of Mississippi College has been named the 2020 Gulf South Conference Women's Outdoor Track and Field Champion Scholar-Athlete. This is the first year that the league office has given out the Champion Scholar-Athlete Award. Normally, the award would be handed out at the site of each GSC Championship, but this is unable to occur due to the cancellation of the conference's spring competition this year.
Peyton Pope of Saucier Interns with Congressman Steven Palazzo
Peyton Pope cherishes the time she can serve her home state of Mississippi. So the Mississippi College student is thrilled to take her next step: as a summer intern for 4th District U.S. Rep. Steven Palazzo in Washington.
Hannah Turner of Alabaster Represents Mississippi College in the Mississippi Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW)
Hannah Rose Turner is selected as the recipient of the Mississippi College Social Work Program nominee for the Mississippi Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) annual Claire Nowlin undergraduate student of the year.
Baylee Freudenberg of League City Named GSC Softball Player of the Week
Sophomore Baylee Freudenberg has been named Gulf South Conference Softball Player of the Week, it was announced on Tuesday (March 10). Freudenberg (League City, Texas) hit .538 (7-of-13) with four home runs, two doubles and seven RBI as the Lady Choctaws went 5-0 on the week, including a three-game road sweep of Shorter. For the week, Baylee posted a .647 on-base percentage with a 1.615 slugging percentage, reaching base on 11-of-17 plate appearances over five games.
Mississippi College Symphonic Winds Orchestra Set for March 2 Concert
Featuring the music of legendary American composers, the Mississippi College Symphonic Winds orchestra is set for a free concert on the Clinton campus. The March 2 event in Swor Auditorium begins at 7:30 p.m. and the public is invited. "It's going to be a great concert," says MC band director Craig Young.
Mississippi College Students Named Senator Roger Wicker Interns
The Lincoln Memorial, Smithsonian Museums, and White House are destination points for millions of tourists each year. Mississippi College students Jill Dickerson and Emily Fusion will check out the historic attractions and learn a great deal about Washington's political environment as interns for U.S. Sen. Roger Wicker.
Tiberias Lampkin of Sturgis Inks Deal with Omaha Beef of Champions Indoor Football League
Former Mississippi College standout running back Tiberias Lampkin has signed on to play with the Omaha Beef of the Champions Indoor Football League, it was announced on February 18th. Over his two seasons (2017-18) in Clinton, Lampkin (Sturgis, Miss.) racked up 1,426 rushing yards with seven touchdowns, including a career-high 126 rushing yards and two scores against Florida Tech (Oct. 6, 2018).