Bookstore's Holiday Open House has begun

Holiday Open HouseIt begins today! The MDCC Bookstore has its Holiday Open House Tuesday, Nov. 13 thru Thursday, Nov. 15. There will be refreshments, a free gift with every purchase and a 10 percent discount on everything. Doors are open from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

13 Nov 2018

Homecoming game approaches after big win

By Bryan Davis/The Enterprise-Tocsin

With just three games left in the regular season, the Mississippi Delta Community College Trojans (2-4) seemed to have found their groove. 

Head Coach Jeff Tatum’s bunch, which includes a mostly freshman roster, took down the Northeast Mississippi Community College football team last Friday night by a 41-11 score. 

“Most of it is the maturity of our freshmen and them understanding what we’re asking of them,” Tatum said of the recent turnaround that includes a two-game win streak. “They have been playing hard all along.” 

MDCC will hit the field for its 2018 homecoming game this Saturday against Itawamba Community College (4-2). Kickoff is at 2:30 that afternoon. 

As for last Thursday’s gridiron match, the Trojans’ offense showed a good mix from its passer, Tyrique McAfee and its rushing game. 

McAfee threw the ball 21 times on the night and completed 12 passes for 201 yards and two touchdowns. His longest pass was for 37 yards, according to stats from MDCC. 

Leading in the receiving game was Marquise McCoy with 50 yards on four receptions. 

Raheem Moore and Zion Washington both had 64 yards and one touchdown on three catches. 

On the rushing side, Patrick Jackson rushed 22 times for 50 yards and a touchdown, while McAfee had 11 keepers for 34 yards and a touchdown on the ground. 

Daniel Peppers also had a 20-yard touchdown on a punt return. 

On the defensive side, Antonio James had nine total tackles, including five assists. 

Antonio Boyd had seven tackles, six solo. Jaylan Woods also had seven total tackles, and Peppers recorded five. 

Meanwhile, the Trojans will face a 4-2 Itawamba team, which is coming off a 37-34 win over a strong Holmes Community College program. 

Itawamba’s two losses came against No. 1 East Mississippi Community College (56-26) and East Central Community College (34-28). 

Aside from Holmes, Itawamba has defeated Pearl River Community College (34-30), Coahoma Community College (49-28) and Northeast Community College. 

Tatum said he expects the Indians defense to pose the biggest threat to MDCC. 

“They are one of the top junior college teams in the north,” Tatum said. 

The Trojans coach said that his team’s success will depend on execution on offense and defense. 

He said he hopes the progress of the last two games will carry over into homecoming Saturday. 

10 Oct 2018

MDCC reveals 2018 homecoming court

HC court 2018
Moorhead - Mississippi Delta is proud to announce its 2018 Homecoming Court. Four freshman and four sophomore maids were selected by their peers.

Pictured from left are Alexus Richardson, of Greenville, Bree Ferguson, of Brandon, Aundria Williams, of Greenville, Daphne Woods, of Rolling Fork, Tibreshia Jones, of Isola, Olivia Whatley, of Tutwiler and M’Priss Lott, of Greenville. Not pictured is Ny’Asija Williams, of Greenwood.

The queen will be crowned Wednesday, Oct. 10 during the Homecoming Assembly at 10:00 a.m. in the J.T. Hall Coliseum. This event is open to the public. 

03 Oct 2018

MDCC baseball alumni weekend

baseball alumni

Moorhead – Mississippi Delta Community College is hosting a baseball alumni weekend to coincide with the college’s homecoming activities. On Friday, October 12, the current 2019 Trojan Baseball squad will showcase their talents during a 2:00 p.m. first pitch scrimmage game at Jimmy Bellipanni Baseball Complex in Moorhead. 

Former alumni are invited to the game and encouraged to hang out for dinner and drinks at 6:00 p.m. courtesy of MDCC at Hometown in Inverness. Come reminisce and relive the good ole days with former teammates and coaches. 

On Saturday, October 13, everyone is invited to the MDCC Alumni Association Breakfast at 9:00 a.m. at the Vandiver Student Union before heading to the Alumni Home Run Derby at the field at 10:30. 

Be sure to stick around for the 2:30 homecoming football game kickoff against Itawamba Community College. The court will be presented prior to kickoff. 

MDCC ranked No. 2 community college in Mississippi

Moorhead - A recent ranking of community colleges nationwide by gave Mississippi top standings, with five of its schools slotted in the top 100 and two in the top 15. 

Mississippi Delta Community College ranked 2nd, coming in just a few points behind Southwest Mississippi Community College.

The state’s two-year schools are also ranked as some of the more affordable. Students pay less than the national average for two-year tuition and fees.

24 Sep 2018

MDCC announces presidential search

The Mississippi Delta Community College Board of Trustees has officially launched its search for the college’s next president, with applications due by Jan. 31, 2019.

The board is seeking a successor for MDCC President Dr. Larry Nabors. “The board deeply appreciates President Nabors for his loyalty, dedication and service to the college,” said MDCC Board Chairman Paula Sykes.

The college’s eighth president, Nabors will retire June 30, 2019, having led the institution since 2013. Nabors said he and his wife, Tonya, have cherished their time with the college.

For more information, visit our Employment Opportunities page and click “Presidential Vacancy Announcement”. Nominations and inquiries regarding the vacancy may be made by contacting Dr. E.E. Caston, presidential search consultant, via email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by phone at (662) 843-3259 or (662) 719-9820. 

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