Online Courses

MCC offers a variety of courses available online. The policies and procedures for admission and registration to online students is the same as that for traditional students and courses.

To see a schedule of courses provided by MCC for a specific term,  please visit our online course schedule.

Mississippi Virtual Community College (MSVCC)

Meridian Community College is a member of the Mississippi Virtual Community College (MSVCC), which provides internet-based courses statewide. MSVCC is a consortium of Mississippi's community colleges. 

Through the MSVCC, students may take courses from one of the other community colleges while getting support services from MCC. 

An MCC student can take (pull) a course from one of the other community colleges if the course is not offered that term either online or on-campus and as long as the course is listed in the course catalog. Pulled courses must receive approval from the respective Dean and Division Chair. As the local or host college, MCC provides on-campus support with student services, including but not limited to advisement and counseling, financial aid, and learning resources.

The remote college provides the course and instruction while the local college awards the credit for the course.

View the Course Offerings list (Pulled courses must be listed in the MCC course catalog)

MSVCC Student Profile
If you are an MCC student registered for an MSVCC/MCC online course, you may view your student profile by clicking here. Your student profile will provide you with course information such as: syllabus, textbook information, required course materials, grading policy, and much more. Since online attendance is based on logging into the course site, MCC highly recommends that all MSVCC/MCC students review their student profile prior to the first day of class. Once you log into the course site, you will be charged according to MCC policy.

History and Accreditation
The beginnings of the Mississippi Virtual Community College (MSVCC) can be traced back to the mid 1990’s when advanced internet and video conferencing technologies began to emerge within the public two-year institutions of the state. After extensive research and planning between 1997 – 1999, the MSVCC became a reality in January 2000 with its initial course offerings and a duplicated enrollment of 1,382.