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    Northeast Mississippi Community College
   
 
  Dec 17, 2017
 
 
    
Student Catalog 2017-2018

Locations & Facilities


Locations

Booneville (Main Campus)
101 Cunningham Blvd
Booneville, Mississippi 38829
662.728.7751

800.555.2154

Northeast at Corinth (Off-Campus Site)
2759 South Harper Road
Corinth, Mississippi 38834
662.696.2352

Northeast at New Albany (Off-Campus Site)
301 North Street
New Albany, Mississippi 38652
662.692.1501

Facilities

Buildings

  • Judge William H. Anderson Hall

    • This two-story facility houses the disciplines of English, Fine Arts, and Modern Languages and includes a lecture auditorium with approximately 125-150 seating capacity. The building is named in honor of a former member of the Board of Trustees.
  • Bonner Arnold Coliseum

    • The Bonner Arnold Coliseum contains three basketball courts, six dressing rooms, faculty offices, and equipment rooms. It has a seating capacity for 3,000 spectators. The building is named in honor of a former athletic director of the college.
  • Buildings and Grounds Facility

    • This facility houses the office of the Director of Facilities and Maintenance.
  • Bratton C. Burgess Student Activity Center

    • The Burgess Activity Center serves as a full service fitness facility available to Northeast students, faculty, staff and is open to the community. This facility includes cardiovascular and weight training equipment, basketball, volleyball, fitness classes, and locker rooms.
  • Gaye Roden Carr Aquatic Center

    • Constructed in 1983, this 7600 square foot facility contains offices and dressing rooms for the Olympic-sized swimming pool. The eight lane pool is maintained to serve institutional purposes, as well as for student recreational use. The facility is named in memory of a former Northeast student whose family donated funds for the center.
  • Merril T. Cartwright Hall

    • This facility houses the College’s bookstore, the Writing Center and e-Learning Department. This building is named in honor of a former member of the Board of Trustees.
  • Joe M. Childers Hall

    • This modern three-and-a-half story structure, constructed in 2000, is the nucleus for health related instruction. The building contains classrooms, laboratories, conference rooms, student lounge, computer laboratory, offices, an auditorium, and a dental hygiene clinic. The division of Health Sciences main office, the Associate Degree Nursing Program, and the Dental Hygiene Program are housed in this facility.
  • H. H. Daws Hall

    • This facility adjoins McCoy Hall and houses laboratories and classrooms for chemistry, computer science, physical science, and mathematics. This facility is named in honor of a former faculty member and a former chairman of the Science Department.
  • James P. Dean Hall, B. T. (Tice) Moore Hall, and Career & Technical-Education Complex

    • The Career and Technical Education complex consists of five masonry structures which make up approximately 90,000 square feet of classrooms, laboratories, and offices. Building Number 1 in this complex is named James P. Dean Hall in honor of a former member of the Board of Trustees. Building Number 5 in this complex is named B. T. (Tice) Moore Hall in memory of a former member of the Board of Supervisors in Prentiss County. The facility accommodates some twenty career and technical programs.
  • Libraries

    • Eula Dees Memorial Library

      • Constructed in 1962 and named in honor of a former member of the Board of Trustees, the Eula Dees Memorial Library on the Booneville campus features different areas to service the many needs of its patrons. A quiet study area provides for individual study needs, and three study rooms provide opportunities for groups to study together. Two spaces, designated “leisure reading areas,” feature sofas and padded chairs for relaxed reading. Students have access to 45 computers for school work or personal use in the Reference Room, and a computer lab provides a space for formal instruction on an additional 20 computers. Library resources to support all educational, research, and leisure needs of patrons are varied, including books, periodicals, DVDs, CDs, slides, software, kits, and approximately fifty online databases that provide access to over 145,000 unique electronic books as well as hundreds of thousands of periodical articles.
      • The purpose of the library is to serve as a catalyst by providing information in various formats to support the instructional programs of the community college, to promote information literacy by providing instruction in the skills needed to seek, evaluate, and use information effectively, and to provide assistance to the community beyond the confines of the College.
      • Northeast at Corinth Library

        • The Northeast at Corinth library houses materials that support courses taught at each of these centers and provide leisure reading materials. A librarian is available to assist students and faculty before and after hours that classes are taught. In addition to their collections which supports the curriculum, these libraries provide networked computer access to required databases used for college courses as well as all Microsoft Office products, providing opportunities for researching and typing assignments. Patrons for all Northeast libraries have access to Ask a Librarian 24-7 Reference Service, a service that provides chatroom interaction with a professional librarian 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
  • Charles M. Gordon Hall

    • This two-story facility houses a portion the Division of Business and Engineering Technology. The building is named in honor of a former Prentiss County supervisor. A sunlit court garden enhances the interior of the building.
  • Frank and Audrey Haney Union

    • This building houses the cafeteria and the Campus Police, and provides a variety of food service, recreational and conference facilities. It is the center for conducting and promoting social, recreational, cultural, and educational activities for students, faculty, administration, alumni and guests. The building is named in honor of a former member of the Board of Trustees and his spouse.
  • Earl F. Hargett Hall

    • This facility houses health occupation programs of Medical Assisting, Respiratory Therapy, Radiologic Technology, and Medical Laboratory Technology. The facility includes a lecture auditorium of approximately 150 seating capacity. The building is named in honor of a former president of the college.
  • G. W. “Buster” Hines Hall

    • This facility houses the Division of Fine Arts and contains a 299 seat recital hall-auditorium and specially designed rehearsal rooms for band, chorus, classrooms, practice rooms, and staff offices. The building is named in honor of a former member of the Board of Trustees.
  • Troy Holliday Hall

    • This facility houses the Division of Workforce Training and Economic Development. This building also houses Civil Engineering Technology, Computer-Aided Drafting and Design Technology, Developmental Education (Learning Laboratory), Start-Up Training, administrative offices, Continuing Education, and an industrial training area. The facility contains a lecture auditorium with a seating capacity of 117. The building is named in honor of the late Troy Holliday, member of the Board of Trustees.
  • Elmer E. McCoy Hall

    • Completed in 1993, this three-story 57,000 square-foot complex contains a full botanic atrium specifically designed for air and water filtration. It is designed to be energy efficient and is state-of-the-art in design technology as well as technology for classroom use. It houses the disciplines of mathematics, biology, chemistry, physics, physical science, agriculture, and computer science. Classrooms, laboratories, faculty offices, and a conference room are provided. The building is named in honor of a former member of the Board of Trustees.
  • Holley Patterson Hall

    • This facility houses the disciplines of social science, psychology, education, health and physical education and a learning lab. Also located in this building are the NE Development Foundation offices and a lecture auditorium. The building is named in honor of a former member of the Board of Trustees.
  • T. Jack Ramsey Hall (Student Services Building)

    • This two-story, 37,000-square foot facility, completed in December 2012, houses the offices of Recruiting, Admissions and Records, Financial Aid, Housing, and the Counseling Center, as well as the Business Office all in one location to serve students in a more efficient manner. In addition, the building is home to the College’s Office of the President and Board of Trustees, the offices of the Executive Vice President, Vice President of Student Services, Vice President of Instruction, Director of Finance, Institutional Research, Human Resources, as well as the Computer Center, Institutional Printing, the Nzone, and Mail room. The building is named in honor of long-time Board of Trustee and current Board Chairman.
  • Seth Pounds Auditorium

    • This facility was built in 1948 and has since been extensively remodeled. It seats 700 people and has a stage fully equipped for dramatic and musical productions. The building is named in honor of a former member of the Board of Trustees.
  • Tiger Fieldhouse

    • The Tiger Fieldhouse began construction in 2013 and officially opened for the fall 2014 football season. It houses both home and visiting locker rooms, training facilities, weight room, and an equipment room. The facility is located on the north end zone of the field.
  • Tiger Stadium

    • The stadium, made of rust-free aluminum with galvanized under structure, features a closed-deck grandstand. Seating capacity for the facility is 5,200. The stadium stretches 26 rows high giving a good viewing position for the Tiger fans. Atop the home side is a 72-foot long press box. The stadium was completed in 1981. A modern concession area and restroom facility was added in 1994.
  • William L. Waller Technical Center

    • This three-story facility houses Child Care Development Technology, Culinary Arts Technology, Hotel-Restaurant Management Technology, and houses some members of the coaching staff. The building is named in honor of former Governor William L. Waller.
  • B. Ellis Wright Hall

    • This facility houses Paralegal Technology, Practical Nursing Education and the Prentiss County Law Library. The building is named in honor of a former member of the Board of Trustees.
  • Northeast at Corinth

    • This 40,000 square foot facility is located within a newly renovated 75,000 square foot former industrial building. Construction and renovation of Phase I of the center was completed in 2006. Phase I of the facility houses the WIN/WIOA Center, Adult Basic Education classes, Mississippi Department of Employment Services for the Alcorn County area, academic classes, and workforce training. The facility is composed of classrooms, computer lab, offices, and multi-purpose conference and training rooms. Phase II construction was completed in 2009 and includes classrooms, a science laboratory, and a library.
  • Northeast at New Albany

    • This instructional facility houses the WIN/WIOA Center for Union County, Adult Basic Education Classes, LPN Classes, Dual Enrollment Classes, Day & Evening College Classes, Proctored Exams and Workforce Training Classes. The facility contains classrooms, a science laboratory, computer lab, and offices.
  • Other Buildings

    • Other buildings on campus include the president’s home, residences for administrative personnel, faculty apartments, transportation maintenance terminal, storage-building, and field houses.

Dormitories

  • Mississippi Hall

    • This three-story facility was completed in 1990. Expansion and renovation in 2003 brings total capacity to 222 women students.
  • Nelwyn M. Murphy Hall

    • This three-story facility provides accommodations for 168 women students. It is named in honor of a former member of the Board of Trustees.
  • Harold T. White Hall

    • This three-story facility provides accommodations for 204 men students and is named in honor of the late Harold T. White, President of the College from 1965-1987.
  • Hoyt B. Wood Hall

    • This three-story facility provides 28 units for men and 30 units for women. This facility is divided by a lobby, TV room, laundry room and resident hall supervisor’s quarters. Each resident’s entry points are equipped with card readers.
  • Bob Yarber Hall

    • This three-story facility provides 58 units designed to house 116 men students. The dormitory is a walk-up style structure and is constructed with exterior balconies. The residence hall is named in honor of a former member of the Board of Trustees.