When Tylier Roberts was laid off from her job in March when the pandemic swept through the Meridian area, she knew it was time for a change. "I wanted to do something different .... Be essential," she said, so she's enrolled in Meridian Community College's Medical Office Management Technology. And on Tuesday, she was one of the many who braved the summer pop-up showers to learn more about the College when it hosted the first Drive Through Program Review at the MCC-Riley Workforce Development Center parking lot.
Access to and success in higher education opens doors and helps transform individuals, families and communities.Dr. Thomas Huebner
Meridian Community College President