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Most schoolchildren become familiar with the state of Mississippi at an early age; its difficult spelling is used as an example by elementary school teachers from Dallas to Duluth.
It may be a bit of a challenge to spell, but Mississippi is certainly an easy place to live and attend college. This Southern state joined the union in 1817, and has Jackson as its capital city. Mississippi's state flower is that quintessential Southern bloomer, the magnolia, which happens to do double duty as the state's official tree, as well.
And the state even has its own state shell, the oyster shell. The official bird is the cheerful mockingbird, which can be found in all regions of Mississippi. The state song is the boisterous, "Go, Mississippi," with a chorus that chants, "Go, Mississippi, keep rolling along, Go, Mississippi, you cannot go wrong, Go, Mississippi, we're singing your song, M-I-S-S-I-S-S-I-P-P-I."
Schools in Mississippi
- AAS-Network Engineering
- DIP - Pharmacy Technician
- Instructors are typically real-world professionals with many years of experience in their career fields.
- Ranked #3 in Best for Vets: Career & Technical Colleges 2014 by Military Times.
- Presents the full tuition cost up front. In most cases, even textbooks are included in the total price.
- Provides career services associates to help students review their resume, provide career counseling, help with job searches, and more.
- Has 27 campus locations across the southern United States, plus offers online degree programs.
- Flexible Scheduling
- Financial Aid