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Student Consumer Information

For Prospective and Current Students

The intent of the Higher Education Opportunity Act - 2008 (HEOA) is to provide consumers (prospective students, current students, parents, etc.) with comparable information from all institutions of higher education.  HEOA's required disclosures are mandated to give consumers easy access to information that can be used in making sound decisions about their education. 

Northeast Mississippi Community College is pleased to provide this summary of consumer information, consistent with the HEOA.  Simply click on the link to access the information:

Consumer Information on College Navigator Website

Academics

Selecting the right college can come down to having all the necessary information.  Gathering and evaluating this information is a critical step in making this very important decision. 

For complaints violating State law, including laws related to fraud or false advertising, students may follow the State complaint process from the Mississippi Commission on College Accreditation (MCCA). The MCCA will not respond to complaints until the student has exhausted all grievance procedures provided by the institution.

Financial Aid

The Higher Education Opportunity Act specifies the following information be disclosed concerning financial aid services available to Northeast Mississippi Community College students:

General Information

The information below lists many services offered to Northeast Mississippi Community College students.

Health and Safety

Awareness of health, safety and security on the Northeast Mississippi Community College campus is important for all students.  The annual security report below provides crime statistics for our campus as well as other important safety information for students.

Student Outcomes

Student retention and completion information show the trends in how Northeast Mississippi Community College students progress towards their education goals. This information can be helpful to prospective students in evaluating their expectations regarding the typical amount of time to completion.



Contact List

Student Consumer Information Contacts
Contact Topics
Business Office
662.720.7196
Cost of Attendance
Refund Policy
Campus Bookstore
662.720.7243
Textbook Information
Campus Police Department
Anthony Anderson, Chief of Police
662.720.6687
Annual Security Report
Financial Aid
Greg Windham, Director of Financial Aid
662.720.7205

Assistance Available from Federal, State, Local, and Institutional Program
Notice of Availability of Financial Information
Penalties for Drug law Violation Under Financial Aid Programs
Requirements for Withdrawal and Return of Title IV Financial Aid

Information Technology
Greg Smith, Director of the Computer Center
662.720.7164

Copyright Infringement Polices and Sanction

Office of Enrollment Services
Chassie Kelly, Director of Enrollment Services
662.720.7405
Articulation Agreements
Immunization Polices
Privacy of Student Records - FERPA
Transfer of Credit Polices
Institutional Planning and Research
Dr. Kelli Hefner, Director of Institutional Research
662.720.7411
College Navigator Website
Net Price Calculator
Complete/Graduation Rates
Retention Rate
Student Body Diversity
Transfer Rates
Office of Student Activities
662.720.7772
Student Activities
Voter Registration
Office of Instruction
Dr. Michelle A. Baragona, Vice President of Instruction
662.720.7375
Accreditation, Approval, and Licensure of Programs
Academic Programs
Faculty
Instructional Facilities
Student Success Center
662.720.7192
Facilities Services Available to Students with Disabilities
Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Programs