May 25, 2022  
2021-2022 Student Handbook 
    
2021-2022 Student Handbook

Harrison County Campus Section



Guide To Campus Services For Students

(What, Who & Where)

What? Who/Where?
Academic Policies College Catalog, Dean of Teaching and Learning, Administration Building
Assessment Center Student Services Building, Room 219
Auditing Courses Contact course instructor
Career Development Center Student Services Building U104
Counseling Counseling Center, Student Services Building
Class Attendance Policy Individual Instructors, College Catalog
CLEP Testing Assessment Center, Student Services Bldg., Room 219
College Catalogs Available through the college website. www.mgccc.edu
College Credit by Exam Admissions, Student Services Building
Course Selection Faculty Advisors, individual office locations
Course or College Withdrawal Contact course instructor
Disabled Services Support Services Coordinator, Career/Technical Counselor, Counseling Center, Student Services Building
Fee/Fine Payment Business Office, Administration Building
Fender Bender/Key Locked in Car, etc. Campus Police, Building A
Financial Aid Director of Financial Aid, Student Services Building
First Aid/Emergency Services Campus Police, Building A
Food/Beverages/Snacks Cafeteria, Student Center located beside Commons Area, City Line Café located in the Hospitality Resort Management Building (HRM)
Grade Appeals Dean of Teaching and Learning, Administration Building
Grades, Mid-Term, Final Available through the college website, www.mgccc.edu
Graduation Available through the college website, www.mgccc.edu
Identification Cards (ID's) Campus Police, Building A
Intramural Activities Physical Education Dept., Instructors, gymnasium
Lost & Found Campus Police, Building A
Parking Permits Campus Police, Building A
Student Activities (Clubs/Organizations) Student Activities Coordinator, Building I
Student Government Student Activities Coordinator, Building I-114
Student Grievances (Non-classroom) Dean of Student Services and Enrollment Management, Student Services Building
Student Grievances (Classroom) Dean of Teaching and Learning, Administrative Building
Textbooks/Supplies Campus bookstore east of the Gymnasium
Transcript Copies Available through the college website, www.mgccc.edu
Tutorial Assistance Learning Skills Center, "G" Building
Veterans Services V.A. Certifying Official, Student Services Building

 

Bookstore

The campus bookstore is located east of the Gymnasium. Its main function is to provide textbooks for students as part of the college textbook rental system. In addition, the bookstore sells various supplies, supplementary course materials and novelty items. Hours of operation are:

7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday – Thursday
7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Friday

Fundraising / Solicitation

  • No student organizations or students can solicit money from the community in the name of MGCCC.
  • No fundraising activities are to be duplicated except on designated days that are approved by the SAC. Example: Fall Bash and Valentine's Day Sale
  • No raffles are allowed under any circumstances.

Emergencies

Any emergency arising on campus should be immediately reported to the Campus Police Department, 2516 or 228-896-2516.

Student Center

The Student Center is located west of the Commons Area and is provided for student enjoyment. A variety of drink, snack and sandwich machines are provided.

Cyber Café

The Cyber Café is located next to the Student Center for student use. The purpose of this area is for students with laptops to be able to connect to the internet. All users must comply with the MGCCC Internet Acceptable Use Policy and Code of Student Conduct. No inappropriate language, web pages or music is allowed while using the Café'. Students are asked to respect others, including students who may be in the Café', snack area or students walking in the hallway.

Learning Resources Center

The Learning Resources Center (LRC) on each campus includes the library, the media center, and the learning skills center. The LRC provides services and resources that support the aims and objectives of the college, the individual needs of the students, and the courses and teaching methods of the faculty.

The library provides a well-selected collection of print and non-print materials to support the educational program of the college, a professional staff to assist in the use of these resources, and all facilities conducive to study and research.

The media center is involved in all phases of audio-visual production and circulation. Its main function is to provide a support service for the entire instructional program.

The Learning Skills Center is available to help students improve their skills in English, math, reading, study skills, accounting and science. One-on-one contact with caring instructors, computer-assisted and video instructions, and a variety of audio-visual materials support this effort.

Lost and Found

A" Lost and Found" is located in the Campus Police Department located in Building A. Students who find items left on campus should turn them in to the dispatcher.

Harrison County Campus Map

Click here to view the Harrison County Campus Map .