Pearl River Community College is making it easier than ever to start your education on your timeline. With multiple start dates and flexible class offerings throughout the semester, it’s never too late to start an educational journey at The River.
Online four-week classes beginning Feb. 15 allow students to get a head start on required courses. On campus second eight week courses begin March 4 and online second eight week courses start March 15. Online four week courses starting April 12 also offer students the opportunity to finish a course in a shorter period of time and two week on campus classes starting May 3 give an even quicker option.
Pearl River’s commitment to educate students on their time makes an education accessible to a wide range of students. Academic and Career and Technical degree plans open a variety of post-graduation career opportunities for both traditional and non-traditional Pearl River students. Whether you are looking to go back to school after a long hiatus, wanting to change career paths or are just starting your educational career, Pearl River has a schedule that fits those needs.
In person classes beginning in March include Art Appreciation, English Composition II, Film as Literature, Public Speaking, World Civilization II, General Psychology and more. In person classes beginning in May include English Composition II, World Literature, Film as Literature, Human Growth and Development and First Aid/CPR.
Online four-week courses beginning Feb. 15 include Computer Concepts and Orientation. Online Classes beginning in March Include Principles of A&P I and Lab, A&P I and Lab, English Composition I, World Geography, World Civilization I, College Life, Orientation, Intermediate Algebra, Algebra, and much more.
Pearl River Community College offers equal education and employment opportunities. The College does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, national origin, veteran status, or disability. For inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies or to request accommodations, special assistance, or alternate format publication please contact Tonia M. Seal, Director of Admissions and Records/ ADA/Civil Rights Coordinator at P.O. Box 5559, Poplarville, MS 39470 or 601-403-1060 or Maghan James, Assistant Vice President of Student Services/Title IX Coordinator at P.O. Box 5805, Poplarville, MS 39470 or 601-403-1132.