Mississippi College, affiliated with the Mississippi Baptist Convention, is a private, co-educational, Christian university of liberal arts and sciences.
Our main campus in Clinton, MS (population 26,000), is located just fifteen minutes from the capital city of Jackson.
The Mississippi College Flowood Center is a professional meeting center that offers classes in MC's Accelerated Degree Program for working adults.
The Mississippi College School of Law is located in downtown Jackson, Mississippi's capital city and the heart of the state's legal community.
Mississippi College was founded in 1826 and is the oldest institution of higher learning in Mississippi. It is also the first co-educational institution in the U.S. to grant a degree to a woman. Since 1850, MC has been affiliated with the Mississippi Baptist Convention.Learn More
undergraduate areas of study, covering every area of a comprehensive liberal arts curriculum
graduate degrees, ranging from Business to Medical Sciences to Art and more
doctorates in jurisprudence, educational leadership, and professional counseling
full-time faculty members
faculty members holding terminal degrees
With more than 40 chartered student organizations, ranging from academic societies to campus ministries, MC offers ways for everyone to get involved.
One of the best ways to get involved in social life at MC is through our men's service clubs and women's social tribes. These organizations provide social opportunities and encourage service to the community and character development. MC is home to 4 men's services clubs and 4 women's social tribes.
Tuition for the 2013-2014 academic year. For more information, see our Financial Aid site.
full-time undergraduate per semester
undergraduate per hour
graduate per hour
Are you interested in attending Mississippi College? Fill out our request information form to receive more information about MC and get connected to an admissions counselor, or visit http://apply.mc.edu to fill out our online application.