From your first contact with PRCC, our top priority is your success! You will find counselors, advisors, instructors and office personnel who care about helping you reach your educational goal.
The guidance and counseling professionals at PRCC educate students about issues so they can make informed decisions regarding their lives. The following services are available to all PRCC students:
- Educational Counseling and Advisement
- Career Counseling and Advisement
- Interest Inventories
- Transfer Assistance
Whitney Chambers, Director of Advisement
Hannah Morris, Academic Advisor
Hannah Torchia, Academic Advisor
Mallory Lee, Advising Support Specialist
Irene Morton, Advising Support Specialist
Lisa Wall, Director of First-Year Experience
Emily Sheckells, FYE Orientation (ROAR) Coordinator
Student Support Services – Jefferson Davis Hall, Room 101
Main Number: 601-403-1266
Georgia Field, Director of Student Support Services
Disability Services -Ted J. Alexander Administration Bldg.
Main Number: 601-403-1215
Eddie Sandifer, ADA/VA Coordinator
VA Services – Ted J. Alexander Administration Bldg.
Main Number: 601-403-1211
Gloria Wasmund, VA Certifying Official
Office of eLearning – Poplarville Campus, Garvin H Johnston Library
Main Number: 601-403-1110
Michele Mitchell, Dean of eLearning
Blair Davis, eLearning Support Specialist
Amy Stevens, eLearning Support Specialist
Rebekah Hovermale, eLearning Support Specialist
Destiny Golden, eLearning Support Specialist
Student Support Services
The Student Support Services office provides free tutoring for eligible students*, study skills assistance, assistance for the physically handicapped, general counseling, and assistance in transferring to a four-year college or university. Student Support Services (601-403-1266) is located on the Poplarville Campus, Jefferson Davis Hall, Room 101.
*Student Support Services qualifications – full time student plus one or more of the following: first-generation college student; individuals from economically disadvantaged families; individuals with disabilities.
Sessions conducted by counselors are kept confidential. Information of a confidential nature is released only upon a client’s written request, in circumstances which could result in a clear danger to the client or others, or as may be required by law.
Pearl River Community College offers career assistance and advisement to all students and potential students of the college. The college does not discriminate on the basis of race, national origin, gender, age or disability.