The school is back, and the ribbon-cutting ceremony of the new dormitory is a great way to start the semester at the Gulf Coast Community College in Mississippi.
15 million US dollars in dormitories are reserved for female students. Located in the center between the bookstore and the student union cafeteria, each floor has its own hall and study room.
The dormitory is now open for residents to move in in the spring semester of 2021. Mary Graham, President of MGCCC Community College, said: “Our band is here, there are many student organizations, so students really want to have a traditional living environment, so we have provided a waiting list, so we provide this again. Knowing that we need to expand our footprint. The dormitory is funded by our four county supervisors Harrison, Jackson, Stone and George. We will provide 203 beds; we will have students coming today and tomorrow."
Students will adjust to the new dormitory before school starts on Monday. MGCCC plans to continue to renovate and build a 110-year-old campus.
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