Meridian, MS - The process of adapting to new information related to the Coronavirus is constant. We strongly encourage you to continuously check our webpage www.meridiancc.edu/coronavirus, which is devoted to sharing updated information related to the COVID-19. Please also regularly check MCC's social media accounts.
Please continue to monitor the college website, your college email, canvas and text messaging alerts for updates and information.
Meridian Community College continues to monitor information associated with the Coronavirus. After reviewing information shared by the Mississippi State Department of Health, the Centers for Disease Control, and higher education colleagues from across the state, MCC has made the following decisions in an effort to be proactive in reducing the transmission of the virus on campus and to the community we serve.
All campus activities and events at MCC are canceled through the Spring semester, resuming in the Fall. This includes but is not limited to: Arts and Letters, Athletics, Campus Life Activities, Continuing Education, and Lifetime Quest events.
All rental agreements for events scheduled to be held through May 31st will be canceled, at which time future events will be reevaluated.
The NJCAA announced the cancellation of all spring competitions, including practices, regular season, postseason and national championship play.
The NJCAA also announced updates for spring eligibility, recruiting and allowable Letters of Intent for spring sports.
Spring Commencement scheduled for May 8 will be canceled. Students will be conferred degrees at the time of completion and allowed to participate in the August or December graduation ceremonies.
Awards Night scheduled for April 28 will be canceled. MCC will work toward presenting all awards through a digital album through social media.
Decisions concerning student residence halls are still being considered. As of now, residence halls will be open for students to return on March 22 and computer labs and student support will be made available for students who need them beginning on March 23. Students living on campus will receive additional information prior to March 22.
All campus-related meetings and alternative class instruction will be limited to small groups, with no more than 10 total attendees.