Frequently Asked Questions > General Questions about Mississippi Virtual Community College (15 entries)

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  • Mississippi Virtual Community College brings together the resources of the state's fifteen community and junior colleges to provide students with greater educational options. Students get the same high-quality instruction and course ...
  • MSVCC course tuition costs are the same as traditional courses. Books and materials are additional and there may be additional fees for some courses. Tuition rates are more for non-Mississippi ...
  • You can find a list of available courses on the course offerings page .
  • No, in most cases you will not have to be online at a specific time. You choose the hour of the day (or night) to attend classes. Except for turning ...
  • Yes. Your host college will administer your financial aid.
  • You should not have to go to campus when taking Mississippi Virtual Community College courses, with the exception of the required proctored exam. However, if you are taking a course that ...
  • Yes, you can take on-campus and online courses at the same time. However, please remember that online courses are as rigorous as on campus courses, and you should expect the same ...
  • Mississippi Virtual Community College allows students to register in person at one of our colleges and taking courses online . Students are only required to visit a campus once during ...
  • Mississippi Virtual Community College is a consortium of colleges and therefore is not eligible for accreditation. However, all of our participating colleges are accredited by their national and/or regional accrediting agency. ...
  • MSVCC spring and fall courses are 15 weeks long. Summer courses are 8 weeks long. The course structure will require that you keep to these schedules in order to ...
  • Courses begin in the Spring, Summer, and Fall semesters. Check the calendar for dates.
  • Students select their host college from among Mississippi's participating two-year colleges. If you are already a student at one of the participating colleges, then you can take courses through Mississippi Virtual ...
  • We currently offer hundreds of online courses. Yet we are always looking to add more courses. You should check the web site periodically to look for new courses.
  • You can take up to the maximum number of courses allowed by your host college. However, these courses are as rigorous as on- campus courses, and you should expect ...
  • You can find your host collegec contact information on their website. Select Your College Coahoma Community College Co-Lin CC East Central CC East Mississippi CC Hinds CC Holmes CC Jones JC ...