Six MCC students received their Pharmacy Technician certificates during a completion celebration at the MCC Riley Workforce Development Center.
Family, friends and College officials gathered to celebrate the first graduating class of MCC's Utility Lineman Program.
When MCC Culinary Arts Technology Program students begin their studies in the fall, they'll gather, learn and grow in the new Mark Chandler Center for Culinary Arts.
A new bachelor of applied science (BAS) degree emphasis for students who earned their associate of applied science (AAS) degree will be available through Mississippi State-Meridian this fall.
Meridian High School ninth graders got a one-of-kind opportunity - and the first field trip of the year - when they participated in a unique camp, Experience the O.N.E. - Occupations Not Usually Explored by Men.