For Oregon native Angela Bautista, her decision to become a nurse wasn't as innate for her as it is for others.
When Meridian Community College alumna Cara Horstman checked her computer the results of her physical therapist assistant certification exam, she thought her eyes were playing tricks on her.
The talk of biomarkers, the human genome, infectious diseases and contagious viruses may frighten some, but Meridian Community College alumna Holly Covas finds it interesting.
A new sports club, a first of its kind at the state community college level, has a home base at Meridian Community College.
Meridian Community College alumna Cameron Proctor hopes to be doing her part in the fight against cancer as she begins a new journey as a cancer registrar with the Mississippi Cancer Registry. "Everything we do is for cancer research and this database of information is important in helping to find a cure," said Proctor, who earned her associate's degree from MCC's Health Information Technology program this past May.