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Student Information & Services
Applications for admission to Mississippi Delta Community College can be submitted in three ways:
- Mailed to:
PO Box 668
Moorhead, MS 38761
- Delivered to the MDCC office at the GHEC
- Submitted electronically. Click here to complete the online application.
Students should have their official high school and/or college transcripts mailed or hand-delivered in a sealed envelope with other documents required for admission.
Applications and other forms are available from the GHEC Counselors: Mrs. Cassandra Atley (662) 332-8250 or Mrs. Pam Venton (662)332-8205. The forms can also be printed from the MDCC website.
MDCC is an approved institution for providing educational training for veterans and GI Bill students. For more information, click here.
For complete admissions information click here.
Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act
The method with which Mississippi Delta Community College governs the distribution of student information is based on the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 or FERPA. This Act, as amended, established the requirements governing the privacy of student educational records in regards to the release of those records and access to those records. This Act is also known as the Buckley Amendment.
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Academic advising is provided by GHEC counselors and instructors. Following advising, students will be given a check sheet/degree plan with graduation and transfer to a four-year institution as the end goal.
Student placement in English and Math classes is based on the following ACT sub scores:
Beginning English and Reading 1-13
Intermediate English and Reading 14-16
English Composition I 17+
Beginning Algebra 1-15
Intermediate Algebra 16-18
College Algebra 19+
Regular class attendance is expected of all students. Exceeding the allotted number of absences will result in a student being cut out of class. Students are allowed four absences in classes that meet twice a week and two in classes that meet once a week.
The Business Office is responsible for billing 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. GHEC students can contact the Business Office by calling (662)246-6516 Monday -Thursday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
For a complete fee schedule/payment listing, click here. Students can make online payments by logging in to their "My Banner" account.
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.
Students should go to the following website to apply for financial aid:
For help with completing your FAFSA or general information about Financial Aid, contact Mrs. Cassandra Atley (662) 332-8250 or Mrs. Pam Venton (662)332-8205.
For complete information click here.
MDCC Alerts is the college notification system that sends instant alerts and time-sensitive messages via email and/or text to inform students of emergencies and campus closings. Registration is free and only takes seconds to complete. To register for campus alerts, text MDCCALERTS to the number 79516. To register online or if you need technical support for MDCC Alerts, click here.
There are a wide variety of activities available for students at the GHEC. Cookouts and ice cream socials are held at the opening of school, during Homecoming week and Spring Fest week. Certified Nursing Assistant students conduct an annual health fair for students, faculty, and staff. Phi Theta Kappa sponsors blood drives and programs on breast cancer and heart awareness. GHEC students may participate in all activities on the Moorhead campus also including sporting events, SGA events, homecoming activities, etc.
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.
While the College attempts to give students proper advice, the individual student is responsible for knowing and following the rules and regulations of the College, as well as her or his program of study.
Students may not withdraw from class until the announced 60% date. After that date, students should see their instructor for withdrawal procedures.
Those not completing proper withdrawal procedures will receive a failing grade.