Work Toward A Career Path While Earning Your GED

Continue your education in 2015 at Mississippi Delta Community College. Mississippi Delta is gearing up to begin Adult Basic Education/GED class registration for new students on Monday, January 5, 2015. To register for these tuition free classes you must be 18 years old or older and not enrolled in school.  Student must have a current Mississippi government ID (driver’s license or state ID).     Adult Basic Education/GED offers qualifying adults the opportunity to prepare for the GED exam while earning college credit.  We are excited to be able to offer the new GED computer based tests. Enroll in ABE/GED classes to refresh your academic skills and go online to and register to take the GED tests at Mississippi Delta Community College.

Classes and registration dates are listed below.

Class Registration Registration Time Class Meets Class Times

Cleveland WIN Job
119 Commerce
Cleveland, MS

January 5, 2015
April 2

8:00a.m. M, Th 8:00a.m. - 12:00p.m.

Friends of Children
803 MLK Jr Street
Belzoni, MS

February 3, 2015 1:00p.m. T, W 1:00p.m. – 4:00p.m.

MDCC Greenwood Cntr.
207 West Park Avenue
Greenwood, MS

January 5-8, 2015
April 6-9

8:00a.m. M – Th 8:00a.m. – 3:00p.m.

MDCC Greenwood Cntr.
Night Class

March 4, 2015 5:00p.m. T, Th 5:00p.m. – 8:00p.m.

Hwy 3
Moorhead, MS

January 5-8, 2015
April 6-9

8:00a.m. M – Th 8:00a.m. – 12:00p.m.

Charlie Capps Center
920 Hwy 82W
Indianola, MS

February 3, 2015 5:30p.m. T, Th 5:30p.m. – 8:30p.m.

Greenville WIN Job
Delta Plaza
Hwy 1 South
Greenville, MS

February 3, 2015
April 2

8:00a.m. T, Th 8:00a.m. – 2:00p.m.

Greenville Higher Ed. Cntr
Hwy 1 South
Greenville, MS

February 3, 2015 5:00p.m. T, W 5:00p.m. – 8:00p.m.

For more information about these classes call 662-246-6524.

10 Dec 2014

Nursing Students Inducted


Inducted into the Alpha Delta Nu Nursing Honor Society were (l. to r.) Director of Health Sciences Patti Livingston, Tyler Love, Julie Glenn, Anecia DeVillier, Katie Brower, Laura Baker Mabus, Catie Turner and Nursing Instructor Melissa Barrett.

Six Mississippi Delta Community College students were recently inducted into the Alpha Delta Nu Nursing Honor Society.

The students, who were required to complete a Capstone project before induction, include: Katie Brower of Carrollton, Miss., Anecia DeVillier of Louise, Miss., Julie Glenn of Greenville, Miss., Tyler Love, of Inverness, Miss., Laura Baker Mabus of Greenville, Miss., and Catie Turner of Leland, Miss.

In the spring of 2012, the National Organization for Associate Degree Nursing approved the formation of a national honor society for Associate Degree Nursing programs, Alpha Delta Nu Nursing Honor Society.

Mississippi Delta Community College was chartered as the Alpha Iota Chapter, and in the spring of 2013, inducted the first students into the chapter. To be considered for membership, the student must have attained a 3.0 overall GPA, maintained a 3.0 GPA in all nursing courses, and demonstrated conduct on campus and in the clinical areas that reflects integrity and professionalism. Participation in the nursing honor society gives recognition for academic excellence, potential scholarships for continued education, and quality addition to professional portfolio.

11 Dec 2014

Nursing Students Host Blood Drive


MDCC student Sydney Woodard, a sophomore dental hygiene major from Inverness, Miss., donates blood with the help of Mississippi Blood Services phlebotomist Cynethia Coleman.

MDCC’s Associate Degree Nursing Program recently hosted a blood drive on the college’s Moorhead, Miss., campus. 

MDCC’s nursing program sponsored the blood drive to assist in the statewide blood shortage. According to Mississippi Blood Services, there is currently a critical need for donations of O negative, O positive, B negative, B positive and AB negative blood.

In partnership with Mississippi Blood Services, several student groups sponsor blood drives on all MDCC campuses throughout the year. “We are proud that our campus community takes a few minutes of their time throughout the semester to donate blood,” says Dr. Edward Rice, vice president of student services. “A few minutes out of our daily schedule can mean a lifetime for patients, their families and friends.”

To find a blood drive near you, visit or call (888) 90-BLOOD.

11 Dec 2014

Williams Winter Scholars Named


Mississippi Delta Community College will have two representatives at the 26th annual Natchez Literary and Cinema Celebration, as both an instructor and a student at the school were recently named William Winter Scholars.

Jorene Pettiet, an English instructor at MDCC’s Greenville Higher Education Center, is this year’s William Winter Faculty Scholar. Shelby Ballinger, a sophomore attending MDCC’s Greenville campus, is being recognized as a William Winter Student Scholar.

Pettiet and Ballinger were chosen by MDCC as the humanities division’s most outstanding student and faculty member.

Outstanding humanities division students, faculty members, and professionals from Mississippi’s universities, colleges, and community colleges are honored each year by being named William Winter Scholars at the Natchez Literary and Cinema Celebration. At the Feb. 26-28, 2015 event, "Bigger Than Life: Extraordinary Mississippians," Pettiet and Ballinger will be honored during the opening and closing sessions, in the printed materials, and in publicity.

William Winter Scholars also are photographed with former Mississippi Governor William F.Winter, after whom the scholarship is named. Winter has served as director of proceedings for the Natchez Literary and Cinema Celebration each year since the event began in 1990.

11 Dec 2014

Buchanan named Staff Member of the Month

Mary Ellen Buchanan

Mary Ellen Buchanan of Belzoni, Miss., was selected by her co-workers as Mississippi Delta Community College’s December 2014 Staff Member of the Month. Buchanan serves MDCC’s CAPPS Center as data entry/clerical assistant.

“The most enjoyable part of my job at MDCC is the interaction with my co-workers and customers both internal and external,” says Buchanan.

An MDCC employee since 2007, Buchanan’s daily responsibilities include entering training data for the workforce division, coordinating career readiness certification, and assisting in all areas at MDCC’s Capps Technology Center in Indianola, Miss.

The Capps Technology Center houses MDCC’s Workforce Education division, which serves as a local forum for economic development and a resource for all local industrial development groups to meet and promote regional economic development. The Capps Center primarily focuses on the training, education, and skills improvement needs of business and industry. 

The MDCC Development Foundation, Inc. and Sodexo (MDCC Cafeteria) sponsor the Staff Employee of the Month Award. The staff appreciation committee is comprised of staff members representing different areas of the college. This committee randomly selects a department each month, and the employees working in that department select the award recipient. For more information about the selection process, contact Felecia Nash at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

For more information, visit MDCC’s website at or call 662-246-6322.

11 Dec 2014

Trojans Named To All-State Football Team

Seven Mississippi Delta Community College football players have been named to the All-State first and second teams for the 2014 season.

Named to the first team All-State Offense for the North was sophomore defensive back/returner Cedric Poole (5-10, 192 of Birmingham, AL). Poole had 43 tackles, 32 solo, during the 2014 season and averaged 17 yards per kickoff return.

Named to the second team All-State Offense North was wide receiver Derrick Jenkins (5-9, 180 of Benoit), running back Roshard Burney (5-11, 219 of West Palm Beach, FL), and linemen Josh Cooper (6-1, 315 of Yazoo City) and Edrick Thigpen (6-3, 325 of Drew). Derrick Jenkins had 29 receptions for 317 yards (10.0 average) and four touchdowns. Roshard Burney had 614 yards on 111 carries (6.6 yard average).

Named to the second team All-State Defense North was defensive lineman Jordan Washington (6-3, 265 of Atlanta, GA) and defensive back Denarius Howard (6-1, 190 of Greenwood). Howard had 53 tackles, 34 solo, and four interceptions.

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