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Our vision is to be known as a university recognized for academic excellence and commitment to the cause of Christ.
Jessica Borne of Madison Accepts Assistantship at Southern Methodist University
Jessica Borne accepted a Graduate Assistantship position at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. Following graduation in May 2020, Borne will continue her education in pursuit of a Masters in Higher Education.
Mississippi College SGA President Aaron Feazelle of Diamondhead Recognized at the Capitol
An MC senior, Feazelle was recently honored at the Superdome in New Orleans for his selection to the 2019 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team. An MC Choctaws quarterback, Aaron is the first MC student-athlete named to the Good Works Team. Aaron's stellar work as a business administration major and participation in many community service projects helped the Diamondhead resident gain this prestigious honor. In February, Aaron will be among dozens of Mississippi students from institutions statewide recognized at the Capitol.
Drew Brees Receives Warm Welcome at Mississippi College
The NFL's all-time passing yards leader, Drew Brees helped Mississippi College supporters achieve a new record to strengthen scholarships. Serving as the keynote speaker at MC's Spring scholarship dinner, the New Orleans Saints quarterback proved to be a big hit on the Clinton campus. Focusing on his life's priorities of faith, family and football, Brees delivered a winning message Tuesday.
Mississippi Blood Services Launches First Fall Drive at Mississippi College
Steady rain at Mississippi College didn't stop students from giving the gift of life. Mississippi Blood Services donors kept coming despite Wednesday's downpour stemming from Tropical Storm Gordon. An MBS bus parked near Provine Chapel remained busy the moment the drive began at 11 a.m. on the Clinton campus.
Mississippi College Earns National Recognition as Christian Higher Education Leader
Camryn Johnson sees the value of growing her faith as a student at a Christ-centered institution like Mississippi College.