Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College President Mary Graham, here in 2013, will accept a check Wednesday for a new fund to help adult students with the extra costs that come with raising a family and going to college for a GED or work force development.
Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College President Mary Graham, here in 2013, will accept a check Wednesday for a new fund to help adult students with the extra costs that come with raising a family and going to college for a GED or work force development. John Fitzhugh jcfitzhugh@sunherald.com file
Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College President Mary Graham, here in 2013, will accept a check Wednesday for a new fund to help adult students with the extra costs that come with raising a family and going to college for a GED or work force development. John Fitzhugh jcfitzhugh@sunherald.com file

Whether it’s gas money or a ride to class, they want to help MGCCC students succeed

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