DELTA STATE UNIVERSITY
Delta State University is a public institution providing a comprehensive undergraduate and graduate curriculum to over 4,000 students representing all of the states and more than 20 countries. Dozens of degree programs on the undergraduate level provide educational opportunities in the Colleges of Arts and Sciences, Business, and Education and in the Robert E. Smith School of Nursing. Graduate programs on the master’s, educational specialist, and doctoral levels provide advanced training in a broad range of disciplines.
Acknowledging its beginnings as a teacher’s college, the University sustains excellence in teacher education while continuing to expand offerings in traditional as well as unique programs of study. From the core disciplines such as arts, humanities, and sciences, to unique programs such as Commercial Aviation, the Delta Music Institute, and the nationally-recognized Geospatial Information Technology program, the University is committed to meeting the evolving needs of the students it serves.
COAHOMA COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Industrial training has a three-fold Mission:
Customized Pre-employment training, which will assure a capable and well-trained workforce for new and expanding industries.
Post-employment training for new and existing industries.
Retraining or upgrading employees for existing industries.
Customized pre-employment training is provided to applications before they are hired. This training is to prepare trainees for immediate placement in new jobs.
Customized on-the-job training (COJT) programs are conducted after the employees have been hired. This training provides job specific training.
RETRAINING AND UPGRADE TRAINING
Customized retraining is developed for existing company employees to meet changing skill requirements caused by new technology. Upgrade training consists of courses designed to assist industry employees in advancing from one job level to another.
MISSISSIPPI DELTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Mississippi Delta is a comprehensive community college which offers a wide variety of academic, career, and technical courses in day, evening, and on-line classes. We also offer workforce training, ABE/GED classes, and continuing education courses for local citizens.
Mississippi Delta supports its students with a full range of student services including financial aid, counseling, career placement, and on-campus housing. Mississippi Delta instructors are well-trained professionals who are truly dedicated to the success of their students, both in the classroom and in their future careers. We offer quality, collegiate level courses in small classes with individualized instruction.
In addition to the main campus at Moorhead, Mississippi Delta Community College also offers classes at its off-campus sites in Greenville and Greenwood, as well as workforce training at the Charles W. Capps, Jr. Technology Center in Indianola. At the Greenville Higher Education Center Mississippi Delta partners with Delta State University and Mississippi Valley State University to offer students the opportunity to complete their four-year degree in one location. The Greenville Center also offers conference facilities for the use of business and industry in the Delta region.
Mississippi Delta is fully accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. We have a statewide articulation agreement which guarantees the transfer of academic courses to all public institutions of higher learning in the state of Mississippi. I invite you to explore this web-site as you make your educational plans and please feel free to contact us if you need any additional information.
MDCC President Dr. Larry Nabors invites you to visit one of our campuses to see how the college can meet your needs. Visit our website msdelta.edu to schedule a campus tour or get more information.
THE CAPPS CENTER
Mississippi Delta Community College’s (MDCC) Charles W. Capps, Jr. Technology Center, is located in Indianola, Mississippi on U.S. Highway 82 midway between Greenwood and Greenville, 8 miles west of Moorhead, the home of the College’s main campus. The Capps Center houses the Workforce Education Division of MDCC and is strategically located at the geographical center of the seven counties service area of MDCC. For economic development, the Capps Center is a local forum and resource for all local industrial development groups to meet and promote regional economic development. Its primary purpose is to focus on the training, education, and skills improvement needs of businesses and industries. The Center offers short-term classes, customized training for business and industry, nationally recognized certifications, and job readiness training for those entering the work force. Through subsidies offered by the Mississippi Community College Board, the Center offers high quality training at a reduced cost. To arrange training for your business, call Dru Morgan, Director of Workforce Education, at 662-887-2876, extension 19. Visit The Capps Center at www.thecappscenter.com.
Making education a priority has been a tradition in Bolivar County for more than a century. In fact, Bolivar County, Mississippi had one of the first consolidated school systems in the nation. Today there are six consolidated school districts in the County, with programs that are considered to be some of the strongest and most progressive among public school systems in the region. One such example is Hayes Cooper Center for Math, Science and Technology, a K-6 magnet school in Merigold that is a break-the-mold, state-of-the-art school with an accelerated academic program. In 1998-1999, it was one of only seven Mississippi schools recognized as a Blue Ribbon School of Excellence. Two parochial schools and one private academy with excellent academic and athletic programs are also located in the County.
NORTH BOLIVAR SCHOOL DISTRICT
Central Office- Jesse King, Superintendent (662) 398-7832
Northside High School- Tommy Molden, Principal (662) 398-7003