Our vision is to be known as a university recognized for academic excellence and commitment to the cause of Christ.(see more)
Our vision is to be known as a university recognized for academic excellence and commitment to the cause of Christ.
Mississippi College juniors Ali Pike, Taylor Cupit, Katelyn Brock and Allie Boyd are scholarship recipients.
Maury City sits 30 miles west of Jackson, Tennessee. The Crockett County community of 674 people (more or less) is the hometown of Mississippi College student Caleb Waddey. A current recipient of the Clarence Smith Sr. scholarship, Waddey says awards like this made it possible for him to attend Mississippi College. It enables him to take classes preparing for a law enforcement career.
A future pastor, Scott Dunaway is the latest recipient of the Byrd Memorial Preaching Award at Mississippi College.
Arleigh Seymour will represent the Christian university she cherishes as the new Miss Mississippi College Scholarship Pageant winner. A 19-year-old sophomore, Arleigh is an English writing major from Vancleave on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. "MC has been a place for me to grow as a woman of the Lord, and a student. MC has also become a home to me." On February 1, Seymour prevailed over three other contestants for the title on the Clinton campus. She succeeds Jesse Bingham, 21, of Terry. Jesse gave the glory to God for making it happen when a door opened for her to become Miss MC in the Fall 2017.
Two Mississippi College accounting students are the newest recipients of scholarships to attend a national conference in Washington, D.C.