Mississippi College provides information about the diversity of its student body, including percentages of students broken down by gender, race/ethnicity, age, place of residence, and religious affiliation.
Facilities and Services for Students with Disabilities
In accordance with the Rehabilitation Act and The Americans with Disabilities Act, Mississippi College is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for disabled students who are otherwise qualified to pursue college level work.
A student desiring to withdraw from the University should initiate the withdrawal by accessing the Complete Withdrawal link in the the MyMC student portal. It is necessary for the correct procedure to be followed as discontinuance of class attendance without official withdrawal earns a grade of F in each course. See Refund Policies in the online catalog for withdrawal/refund schedule.
Any claims for refunds of tuition will be based on the date on which the student files a completed withdrawal form with the Bursar's Office.
If students are living on campus, it will be necessary for them to notify the Director of Residence Life regarding their moving out of the residence hall.
For more information regarding withdrawing from the University, please contact the Office of the Registrar at 601.925.3210.
Peer-to-Peer File Sharing Policy
In accordance with the Higher Education Opportunity Act Mississippi College has defined procedures and plans needed to comply with the Information Technology portions of the HEOA including the prevention illegal peer-to-peer file sharing in our Illegal File Sharing Policy.
The Office of Career Services surveys students with the purpose of gathering information regarding post-graduate employment and continuation of education.
In the event that an active service member of the uniformed services attending Mississippi College is unable to attend for reasons related to military service, the service member may readmit with the same "academic status" as the student had when he or she last attended or was accepted to Mississippi College. Contact the Office of the Registrar to notify us of your military service leave, as well as your intention to return to MC.
Retention and Graduation Rates
Mississippi College calculates the percentage of first-time, full-time, bachelor's degree-seeking, freshmen that return for the fall of their second year. This information, referred to as the retention rate, may be found on our Institutional Data webpage.
Mississippi College provides information on undergraduate graduation/completion rates. The graduation rate cohorts began their education six years prior to the most recently completed academic year. Information about the 6-year graduation cohorts can be found in the Common Data Set.
Voter Registration Information
Mississippi residents should visit the Mississippi Secretary of State's Office to access a voter registration application for voting in Mississippi. Out-of-state students wishing to vote in your home state should visit the Secretary of State's website in your respective state for information about registering to vote.