1156 College Dr, Summit, MS 39666
Southwest Mississippi Community College is a two-year community college and trade school in Summit, MS. It has open to everyone admissions, as the acceptance rate is 100%. It is a small college with 1,643 full-time students in attendance. 45% of its graduates obtain an Associate's degree in Liberal Arts and Humanities. Additional popular picks include Licensed Practical Nurse Training (LPN), Medical Records Technician, and Nursing Assistant, but there are 23 different majors to choose from. It ranks 16th in the USA for its cosmetology program, and first in Mississippi for its building and construction program. In addition, Southwest Mississippi Community College ranked 1st in MS according to our best community colleges, best online colleges, best trade schools, best value 2-year colleges, and top online community colleges lists. For students who are paying sticker price, in-state tuition runs $3,444 a year, but if you're based elsewhere, tuition runs $5,681. It is worth noting that a huge majority of Southwest Mississippi undergrads procures some scholarship or grant funding. 58% of Southwest Mississippi Community College students make it through to graduation day, heading into the labor market prepared to make a salary. On average, alumni make a yearly salary of $21,600 a couple years after receiving their degrees. After four additional years working, the alumni's average income climbs 14.8% to $24,800; however, that is still 38.2% south of the national median income. Many of you may also want to be informed that it does not have early decision. Additionally, undergrads are able to take a semester abroad. Respecting finances, be aware that 70% of undergraduates secure state grants. With respect to demographics, 1% of students at Southwest Mississippi come from homes with an income of $110k or more and 97% of students are from Mississippi. To conclude, the highest-earning fourth of graduates rake in a minimum starting salary of $35,100 and no grad misses payments on their student debt.
Average Aid Awarded
Students Recieving Financial Aid
Liberal Arts and Humanities
Licensed Practical Nurse Training (LPN)
Medical Records Technician
Child Care Provider