MDCC Campus Police

  • Thursday, 05 November 2015 20:49

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CAMPUS POLICE

Henry Manuel, Sr.
Chief of Police
662-246-6462
Lillie Nash
Administrative Support
662-246-6470
Captain Clifton King
Lieutenant Jeffery Oswalt
Sergeant Arthur V. Richardson  

Campus Police Emergency Line:  662.246.8011

Publications and Notices

Applying for Benefits

  • Wednesday, 21 October 2015 19:32

Mississippi Delta Community College is an approved institution for the verification of veteran education benefits. More information regarding eligibility, entitlement and types of programs authorized for benefits may be obtained by calling the Veterans Administration Regional Office or by visiting the Veterans Administration Website.

Once you have submitted all required documents to the Office of Veterans Affairs on the main campus, the VA Certifying Official will verify your enrollment. After verification, adding or dropping courses from your class schedule will affect your certification and eligibility status.

 

To receive benefits, follow the steps below:

  • Step 1   Complete all documentation in the VA Application Packet.
  • Step 2   Request official transcripts from ALL previous institutions attended. Have them sent to the campus Admission and Records office.
  • Step 3   Register for classes
  • Step 4   Collect all required documents (see below for required documents)
  • Step 5   Turn in completed packet and required documentation to the Office Of Veterans Affairs, located in the Admissions Office on the main campus.

 

Required Documentation

Chapter 30, 31, 33

  • DD 214   (Certificate of release from active duty)
  • Application 22 – 1990  (Application for GI Bill)
  • Certificate of Eligibility Letter from Veterans Affairs Administration

 

Chapter 1606 1607 Selected Reservists

 For entering freshmen:

  • DD 214   (Certificate of release from active duty)
  • NOBE2384   (Notice of Basic Eligibility from Reserve Unit)
  • Application 22 – 1990  (Application for GI Bill)
  • Certificate of Eligibility Letter from Veterans Affairs Administration

 Additionally for transfer students*:

 

Chapter 35 Dependents

 For entering freshmen:

  • Application 22 – 5490 (Dependents’ Educational Assistance benefits)
  • Certificate of Eligibility Letter from Veterans Affairs Administration

 Additionally for transfer students*:

 

 *All transfer students will require a degree evaluation from a VA Certifying Official once official transcripts from all previous colleges have been received by MDCC.

 

Benefit Rate Information

  • Monday, 26 October 2015 20:28
Education Rates
As of October 1, 2015
  CH 30 - 3 OR MORE
year obligation
CH 30 - LESS THAN
3 year obligation
CH 1606
Selected Reserve
CH 35
Survivor & Dependents

Full Time
12 Credits or more

$1,789.00 $1,454.00 $368.00 $1021.00

3/4 Time
9-11 Credits

$1,341.75 $1,090.50 $275.00 $765.00

1/2 Time
6-8 Credits

$894.50 $727.00 $183.00 $508.00

Less than 1/2 Time,
 more than 1/4 Time

Tuition & fees not to exceed $894.50 Tuition & fees not to exceed $727.00 $92.00 Tuition & fees not to exceed $508.00

1/4 Time or less

 Tuition & fees not to exceed $447.25 Tuition & fees not to exceed $363.50 --- Tuition & fees not to exceed $255.25

App/OJT
1st 6 Months
75%

$1,341.75 $1,090.50 $276.00 $745.00

App/OJT
2nd 6 Months
55%

$983.95 $799.70 $202.40 $559.00

App/OJT
Remainder
35%

$626.15 $508.90 $128.80

3rd 6 mo - $368.00; Remainder - $187.00

 

Chapter 1607 (REAP)
  90 days but less than 1 year Service of 1 year + Service of 2 years +

Full Time

$715.60 $1,073.40 $1,431.20

3/4 Time

$536.70 $805.05 $1,073.40

1/2 Time

$357.80 $536.70 $715.60

Less than 1/2 Time,
more than 1/4 Time

Tuition & fees not to exceed $357.80 Tuition & fees not to exceed $536.70 Tuition & fees not to exceed $715.60

1/4 Time or less

 Tuition & fees not to exceed $178.90 Tuition & fees not to exceed $268.35 Tuition & fees not to exceed $357.80

 

Additional Benefit Rate Information

Chapter 30 MGIB Rates for Three Years or More of Service

  • Correspondence and Vocational Flight: Entitlement charged at the rate of one month for each $1,789.00 paid.
  • NOTE:  Refer to GI Bill web site for Chapter 34/30 monthly benefit rates.

 

Chapter 1606 Rates

  • Correspondence and Vocational Flight: Entitlement charged at the rate of one month for each $368.00 paid.
  • NOTE:  Reimbursement will be 55% of the approved charges for Correspondence training and 60% of the approved charges for Vocational Flight training.

 

Chapter 1607 Rates

Correspondence Training is reimbursed at:

  • 40% level – 22% of the approved cost of course
  • 60% level – 33% of the approved cost of course
  • 80% level – 44% of the approved cost of course
    • Entitlement is charged based on the rate of one month for a benefit amount equal to the full time institutional rate

Vocational Flight Training is reimbursed at:

  • 40% level – 24% of the approved cost of course
  • 60% level – 36% of the approved cost of course
  • 80% level – 48% of the approved cost of course
    • Entitlement is charged based on the rate of one month for a benefit amount equal to the full time institutional rate

Apprenticeship and On-the-Job Training:

Training Period Service of 90 days but less than 1 year Service of 1 year + Service of 2 years +
First six months of training - 75% $536.70 $805.05 $1,073.40

Second six months of training - 55%

$393.58 $590.37 $787.16

Remaining pursuit of training - 35%

$250.46 $375.69 $500.92
(Rates are proportionally reduced if less than 120 hours is worked.)

 

Chapter 35 Rates

  • Correspondence - Entitlement charged at the rate of one month for each $1,021.00 paid.

 

**Subject to change, always check www.benefits.va.gov/gibill for current rates and eligibility and entitlement information.**

Office of Veterans Affairs

  • Tuesday, 20 October 2015 21:07

The VA Office at Mississippi Delta Community College provides Veterans, Reservists, and their dependents assistance in obtaining the educational benefits to which they are entitled.

The office is responsible for submitting enrollment certifications for new and continuing students to the United States Department of Veterans Affairs, as well as answering questions veteran students or dependents may have concerning their educational benefits.

 

Benefit Information

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) provides education benefits to eligible Service Members, Veterans, and certain dependents and survivors.  You may receive financial support through the VA for undergraduate, vocational and technical training, licensing and certifications available at Mississippi Delta Community College.

 

Chapter 33: POST – 9/11 GI BILL

The Post-9/11 GI Bill provides to eligible Service Members and Veterans up to 36 months of education benefits which may include financial support for school tuition and fees, books and supplies, and housing. You may also receive reimbursement for License or certification tests (SAT, ACT, etc). You may be eligible for Post-9/11 GI Bill benefits if you:

  • Have at least 90 aggregate days of qualifying active service after September 10, 2001 or
  • Were honorably discharged from active duty for a service-connected disability after serving at least 30 continuous days after September 10, 2001

If you are in the Armed Forces, you may be able to transfer your Post-9/11 GI Bill benefits to your spouse and child(ren). Generally, you must use your Post-9/11 GI Bill benefits within 15 years from your last period of active service of at least 90 days.

 

Chapter 30: MONTGOMERY GI BILL – ACTIVE DUTY

Chapter 30 provides up to 36 months of financial assistance for educational pursuits, including college, vocational/technical training. These benefits are paid directly to you on a monthly basis. 

You may be eligible for Chapter 30 benefits while you are on or after you separate from active duty. At a minimum, you must have a high school diploma or GED. To receive benefits after separating, you must have received an honorable discharge. You generally have 10 years from your last date of separation from active duty to use your Montgomery GI Bill – Active Duty benefits.

 

Chapter 1606: MONTGOMERY GI BILL – SELECTED RESERVE

Montgomery GI Bill-Selected Reserve or Chapter 1606 provides up to 36 months of financial assistance for educational pursuits, including college and vocational / technical training. Chapter 1606 benefits are available to members of the Selected Reserve of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, or Coast Guard, or the Army or Air National Guard. Generally these benefits are paid directly to you on a monthly basis.

You may be eligible for Chapter 1606 benefits if you have a 6-year obligation to serve in the Selected Reserve, complete your Initial Active Duty for Training, serve in a drilling unit and remain in good standing, and obtain a high school diploma or equivalency. The Guard and Reserves decide if you are eligible, while VA makes the payments for the program. Generally, your benefits for this chapter end on the day you leave the Selected Reserve.

 

Chapter 1607: RESERVE EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (REAP)

REAP or Chapter 1607 is an education benefit that provides up to 36 months of educational assistance to obtain undergraduate degrees or vocational/technical training at MDCC. REAP benefits are available to members of a reserve component call or ordered to active duty or full-time National Guard duty in response to a war or national emergency, as declared by the President or Congress. Eligible reserve components include: the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, and the Coast Guard Reserve; the Army National Guard and Air National Guard, and Marine Corps Individual Ready Reserves (IRR).

You may be eligible for REAP benefits if you are a member of a reserve component and served on active duty on or after September 11, 2001, for at least 90 consecutive days under a contingency operation. The allowance payable under REAP is a percentage rate based on the number of days you serve on active duty.

 

 Chapter 32: POST-VIETNAM ERA EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (VEAP)

The Post-Vietnam Era Educational Assistance Program or Chapter 32 is an education benefit available to you if you made contributions from your military pay before April 1, 1987, to participate in this program. Your contributions are matched on a $2 for $1 basis by the Government.

Benefit entitlement is 1 to 36 months depending on the number of contributions you made to VEAP. You have 10 years from your release from active duty to use your VEAP benefits. If you have not completely used your entitlement after 10 years, your remaining contributions will automatically be refunded.

 

 Chapter 35: SURVIVORS AND DEPENDENTS EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANCE

Chapter 35 provides assistance for degree and certificate programs available at MDCC. You must be the son, daughter, or spouse of:

  • A Veteran who died or is permanently and totally disabled as the result of a service-connected disability. The disability must arise from active service in the Armed Forces.
  • A Veteran who died from any cause while such permanent and total service-connected disability existed.
  • A Service member who died during active military service.
  • A Service member missing in action or captured in the line of duty by a foreign government or power.
  • A Service member forcibly detained or interned in the line of duty by a foreign government or power.
  • A Service member who is hospitalized or receiving outpatient treatment for a service-connected permanent and total disability and is likely to be discharged for that disability.

This program offers up to 45 months of education benefits. If you are the child, you generally must use your benefits between the ages of 18 and 26. If you are the spouse, your benefits end 10 years from the date VA finds you eligible or from the date of the death of your spouse.

A surviving spouse who meets the criteria below may be eligible for benefits for 20 years from the date of death:

  • VA rated your spouse permanently and totally disabled with an effective date within three years from discharge, or
  • Your spouse died on active duty

 

 Chapter 31: VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION

Chapter 31 offers eligible Veterans education benefits if he or she received or aggravated a service-connected disability on or after September 16, 1940, which entitles him or her to DVA disability compensation and who is in need of vocational rehabilitation because his or her disability creates an employment handicap.  Benefits may be provided for up to 48 months and are available for 12 years from the date when the veteran is notified of entitlement.

 

**Eligibility for these benefits is determined by a VA Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor.

 

MDCC Alerts

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Dual Enrollment Student Information & Services

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ADMISSIONS CRITERIA

Application for admission to Mississippi Delta Community College should be coordinated through the student’s high school counselor or designated dual enrollment liaison in cooperation with MDCC’s Dual Enrollment Coordinator. The counselor will submit an official high school transcript, counselor verification form, a completed MDCC application for admission, and ACT scores if the student has requested College Algebra or English Composition.

The following are criteria for admission into the dual enrollment program:

  • Fourteen (14) core High School units
  • Minimum grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
  • Recommendation by the high school principal and/or guidance counselor
  • ACT sub-score of 17 in English to qualify for English Comp I (ENG 1113)
  • ACT sub-score of 19 in Mathematics to qualify for College Algebra (MAT 1313)
  • If a student has not completed 14 core high school units, admission will be granted with a 3.0 GPA on all high school courses AND a minimum ACT score of 30 or the equivalent SAT score.

ADVISING/COUNSELING

Academic advising and counseling is provided in coordination with the high school counselor and the dual enrollment coordinator.

ATTENDANCE/WITHDRAWAL INFORMATION

Students wishing to withdraw from a class should contact their school counselor about using the correct process. Those not completing proper withdrawal procedures will receive an F in the course.

BOOKSTORE SERVICES

Students may acquire their textbooks through the MDCC campus bookstore.

MDCC Campus Bookstore
Tanner Building, Room 103
Moorhead Campus
Hours of Operation: Monday through Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Contact: Jeri Kay Jones, Manager
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662-246-6446

BUSINESS OFFICE/FEES FOR COURSES

The Business Office is the financial hub of Mississippi Delta Community College. This office is responsible for billings and processing of tuition and fee payments, third party billings, and the disbursement of excess financial aid and other funds.

The Business Office is located in the Boggs-Scroggins Student Center on the Moorhead campus. Office hours are Monday-Thursday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Tuition charges and other costs for college courses are the responsibility of the parents or legal guardians of participating students unless these costs are covered by grants, scholarships, or the school district. Regardless of the source of payment, all levied charges and fees must be paid directly to the college. Student grades will not be released to the school district until all student debts are paid in full. Tuition charges for students participating in this program will be reviewed annually and, if changes are made, notice will be given to the school district before classes begin. Students are responsible for acquisition of textbooks through the campus bookstore or through other means.

For a complete fee schedule/payment listing, click here.

CALENDARS/IMPORTANT DATES

For all events and dates, click here to visit the web calendar.  Subscribe to the calendar, so you won't miss an event or important date!

CATALOG/STUDENT HANDBOOK

Click here for the catalog/student handbook. This book contains complete information on policies regarding academics, programs, courses, grievance procedures, history of the institution, disciplinary action, and many other policies and procedures.

COMPUTER SERVICES

For help with logging in to your student e-mail account, Banner, or Canvas, click here for the Computer Services section of the MDCC website. Instructions for setting up your phone to receive your school email may be found at this location also.

COURSE OFFERINGS

Students participating in MDCC dual enrollment through their high school with their high school instructor, will be limited to taking MDCC core courses unless approved by the Vice President of Instruction.

A student may be enrolled in other courses through MDCC’s eLearning provided the student meets the necessary requirements and with the permission of the MDCC Dual Enrollment Coordinator and the Vice President of Instruction.

*All courses and programs offered by the college will meet the standards established as part of the institution’s SACSCOC accreditations as well as any other specialized accreditations that may apply.

DISABILITY SERVICES

If a student has a disability that qualifies under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and requires accommodations, he/she should contact the Office of Student Disabilities Services for information on appropriate policies and procedures.

Contact information
Frances Williams
Phone: 662-246-6251
Fax: 662-246-8627
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eLEARNING

eLearning courses are taught through Canvas. The web address for Canvas is msdelta.instructure.com. For help navigating your eLearning course, contact the Office of eLearning at 662-246-6319.

For complete information click here.

LIBRARY

MDCC’s Library grants access to many online resources and databases. Database log in information may be found within a student’s course in Canvas. Click here to visit the MDCC library web page.

STUDENT COMPLAINTS/GRIEVANCES

MDCC is committed to creating and maintaining a community where students, faculty, administration, and staff can work together in an atmosphere of mutual respect, functioning in one accord, with institutional policies and procedures. A student may use the procedures as outlined in the Catalog/Student Handbook for instructional and non-instructional complaints.

To submit a complaint, click here to complete the online Student Complaint Form.

TRANSCRIPT (HIGH SCHOOL)

Once a senior graduates, a final high school transcript with the graduation date must be mailed to Admissions, PO Box 668, Moorhead, MS 38761 as soon as possible. This is a requirement in which to participate in dual enrollment.

TRANSPORTATION

Students, their parents or legal guardians are responsible for arranging transportation for courses taught at sites away from the high school campus.

TUTORING SERVICES

Dual Enrollment students have access to NetTutor, which is an online service offered to students free of charge through their Canvas account. Just click on the course with which help is needed, click on NetTutor, and get the help you need from a credentialed professional.  Click here for tutorials and more information about NetTutor.

Dual Enrollment Instructors

  • Thursday, 29 September 2016 16:22

INSTRUCTOR LISTING
FALL 2017

Name Courses Taught School
Bell, Laura MAT 1313 College Algebra Washington
Chunn, Ryan K. SOC 2113 Intro to Sociology Washington
Crawford, Jane HIS 2213 American US History I Washington
Deangelo, Celeste MAT 1313 College Algebra St. Joseph
Kelly, Catherine BIO 1111 Principles of Biology I Lab
BIO 1113 Principles of Biology I Lec
Washington
Makamson, Naomi PHY 2241 Physical Science I Lab
PHY 2243 Physical Science I Lecture
Indianola Academy
McCluney, Larry HIS 2213 American US History I Greenwood High School
Moore, Renee ENG 1113 Eng. Comp I St. Joseph
Nallani, Sriram MAT 1313 College Algebra Greenwood High School
Nokes, Joe ENG 1113 Eng. Comp I Greenwood High School
Riser, Emily ENG 1113 Eng. Comp I Pillow Academy
Sharma, Varsha MAT 1313 College Algebra Leland High School
Snowden, Allen MAT 1323 Trigonometry Indianola Academy
Stephens, Jane E. PHY 2241 Physical Science I Lab
PHY 2243 Physical Science I Lecture
Washington
Young, Thomas GEO 1113 World Geography Greenwood High School

 

Dual Enrollment

  • Monday, 27 July 2015 19:11

Welcome to the Dual Enrollment Program with
Mississippi Delta Community College!

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Mississippi Delta Community College has a dual enrollment program that will allow current high school students to be enrolled at their high school and with MDCC simultaneously. Application for admission into this program should be coordinated through the student’s high school counselor or designated dual enrollment liaison in cooperation with MDCC’s Dual Enrollment Coordinator.

View our brochure for more information about MDCC's Dual Enrollment program.

Claire Green
Dual Enrollment Coordinator
College Prep Instructor

Mississippi Delta Community College
P.O. Box 668
Moorhead, MS 38761

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office: (662) 246-6399
fax: (662) 246-6363

 

 

Students must know how to log on to Student Email and MyBanner and should be checking them frequently. Student email is how instructors communicate with students, how campus-wide announcements are communicated with students, where they will be contacted regarding debit cards for financial aid refunds, etc. MyBanner is where they can check their financial aid status, check their student accounts, see what their student email address is, make payments online, etc.

 

How to log in to MyBanner

  1. Click the My Banner link on the MDCC website (www.msdelta.edu)
  2. Click Enter Secure Area.
  3. Log on with your Banner user ID and password. If you do not know your Banner ID number, you can use your SSN (do not key the dashes). Your initial password is set to your six digit date of birth (MMDDYY format). Upon logging on the first time, your password will expire and you will be forced to change it to something more secure. Passwords may contain letters and numbers, and must be at least 6 positions but not more than 15 positions in length.
  4. Click the Login button.
  5. Upon logging in the first time, it is highly recommended that you set a security question in case you ever need to use the "Forgot PIN?" function.
    • To set up your security question, click the Personal Information tab.
    • Click Change Security Question.
    • Enter your current PIN number in the box that says Please Confirm Your Pin.
    • You can either select an existing question and supply an answer, or you can enter your own question and answer.
    • Click Submit button.

**If you don’t remember your MyBanner password/PIN or you can’t log on to MyBanner, please enter your ID # (or SSN) & then click the “Forgot PIN?” link. You will be prompted to answer your security question and reset your own password/PIN.

 

How to find your Banner ID number

1. Click the My Banner log-in link on the MDCC (www.msdelta.edu)
2. Click Enter Secure Area
3. Log on with your SSN and Password (default is your six digit DOB in MMDDYY format)
4. Click the Login button
5. Click on Student
6. Click on Registration
7. Click on Registration Status
8. Your Banner ID # is located to the left of your name at the top right corner of the page. Example: D00012345

 

How to find & verify your Student Email Address

  1. Log in to My Banner using your student ID number and password.
  2. Click on the Personal Information tab and then click the View Email Addresses link.
  3. Your student email account should be displayed. Student email accounts consist of a user name followed by "@student.msdelta.edu"

 

How to Access Your Email Account

Students can check their email from our web site (www.msdelta.edu) by clicking the Student Email link. The default password is set to the student’s six digit date of birth. (MMDDYY format)

 

How to log in to Canvas

  1. Go to the MDCC main website at www.msdelta.edu
  2. Click on Canvas under Shortcuts on the left side of the screen.
  3. Log in to Canvas using the following:
    • Username: Your Banner ID # (you cannot use your SSN for Canvas)
    • Password: Your six digit date of birth (MMDDYY format)

 

Have problems or questions?

If you have problems or questions related to your admission status, grades, or transcripts, please contact the Office of Admissions & Records at 662.246.6306.

If you have problems or questions about your Financial Aid, please contact the Office of Financial Aid at 662.246.6263 or 662.246.6310.

If you have problems or questions about your student account, financial aid refunds, please contact the Business Office at 662.246.6312.

If you have problems or questions concerning online classes or Canvas, please contact the Office of eLearning at 662.246.6319 or 662.246.6341 or email vccdlc@msdelta.edu.

If you have technical problems with MyBanner or Student Email, contact Computer Services at 662.246.6330 or by emailing computerservices@msdelta.edu. You MUST provide your Banner ID number, last four digits of your SSN, DOB, full name and a thorough description of your problem or what you need assistance with.

 

 

Click here for the Dual Enrollment Policies and Procedures Manual

  1. All students taking dual enrollment must meet the requirements: minimum overall 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale on all high school courses and with successful completion of 14 core high school units and/or junior status. The 14 core high school units are listed and defined in Appendix B of the Mississippi Public School Accountability Standards. Students who have not completed 14 core high school units or achieved junior status may be admitted to the dual enrollment/credit program with a minimum of an overall 3.0 GPA on all high school courses and a minimum composite ACT score of 30 or the equivalent SAT score. An English sub score of 17 on the ACT is required to take Comp I and a 19 math sub score in order to take college algebra or a score of 80 or higher on the SREB Literacy/Math courses.
  2. Students participating in MDCC dual enrollment through their high school with their high school instructor will be limited to taking MDCC core courses unless approved by the Vice President of Instruction.
  3. A student may be enrolled in other courses through MDCC’s e-Learning provided the student meets the necessary requirements and with the permission of the MDCC Dual Enrollment Coordinator and the Vice President of Instruction.
  4. All necessary documentation from the respective high school counselor must be submitted one week prior to the start of each semester. The MDCC Dual Enrollment Coordinator will notify the proper person in charge at the high school of the exact date each semester.
  5. MDCC textbooks will need to be purchased for the courses prior to the beginning of each semester. However, no textbooks should be purchased early as there are times when the textbook changes between semesters. MDCC typically does not change textbooks between semesters unless mandated by the publisher.  *Click here for the textbook information site.*
  6. Once a senior graduates a final high school transcript with the graduation date must be mailed to Admissions, MDCC, P.O. Box 668, Moorhead, MS 38761 as soon as possible. This is a requirement.
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