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“Pearl River Community College blends our rich traditions with state of the art facilities and timeless curriculums.
I am honored to welcome you to our beloved institution and encourage you to embrace our fundamental philosophy during your time on our campus:

Pride, Respect, Class and Character…The Wildcat Way!”


— Dr. Adam Breerwood, PRCC President

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The annual Alumni Awards Banquet and Foundation Scholarships were the main topics discussed by Delana Harris, Executive Director of the PRCC Development Foundation and Alumni Services, and Wildcat Radio host Chuck Abadie. Listen to the entire episode here⬇ #ROARwithCHAMPIONS🐾🏆


Math excitement took center stage as we hosted the Mississippi Council of Teachers of Mathematics (MCTM) Middle School Math Tournament for 7th and 8th graders! From challenging tests to outdoor adventures, these students showcased their skills and had a blast. Participating schools were Jefferson Middle School, Petal Middle School, Sacred Heart School, Saint Stanislaus, and Sumrall Middle School. Seventh Grade Winners First Place: Noah Grimes from Petal Middle School Second Place: Fisher Lee from Sumrall Middle School Eighth Grade Winners First Place: Grayson Hinnant from Petal Middle School Second Place: Christian Bingham from Petal Middle School The winners will participate in the state tournament to be held on the campus of Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science (MSMS) in April. Congratulations to the winners, and a big thank you to all the participating schools and students. Can't wait to do it again in 2025! 🏅🎓


Hey, future Phi Theta Kappa members! 🌟 Great news – the regional portion of the registration fee is waived for PTK Awareness Week in the Mississippi/Louisiana Region. 🚀 Don't miss this chance to join and enjoy a $5 discount, ending Sunday, March 3rd! Invest in your future with one-time registration for access to transfer scholarships, leadership development, and more! #ROARwithCHAMPIONS🐾🏆


Celebrating the retirement of a legend! 🏆 Congratulations, Robert 'Scooter' Parris, on your well-earned retirement. The Wildcat Family came out in force to show appreciation for your years of hard work and commitment. Wishing you an amazing retirement journey! 🎓🎉


Do you know how to recognize a gas leak? Natural gas is one of the safest, most reliable, efficient, and environmentally friendly fuels in use today delivering natural gas for heating, water heating and cooking as well as other natural gas appliances. Pearl River Community College owns and operates the jurisdictional master meter natural gas distribution system on the school's campus. The pipeline system has the capacity to reliably deliver natural gas to the buildings on campus. Like any form of energy, though, it must be handled responsibly. Always remember safety first when operating natural gas appliances of any kind. For more information contact Pearl River Community College at 601-403-1155/601-403-1300.


Congratulations to the students inducted into Mu Alpha Theta! The mathematics honor society provides students with opportunities to further their mathematics careers. Inductees are Clayton Cothern of Oak Grove, Cori Jeffers of Poplarville, Rebecca Madden of Purvis, Cayden Robertson of Petal, and Kaycee Tanner of Lucedale. Not pictured are Sydney Smith of Hattiesburg and Mya Votano of Picayune. Instructors Sharon Clark and Lisa Cothern serve as co-sponsors. Madden serves as chapter president, Anthony Gibson as vice president, Kaeden Thigpen as secretary, and Tanner as advertisement. If you are interested in joining Mu Alpha Theta, contact sponsors:, or #ROARwithCHAMPIONS🐾🏆


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