COLUMBUS, MS – Courtesy of the Starkville Daily News
The final preparations are underway for the Communiversity to accept its first students this August – Machinery is being put into place, endless rows of boxes are getting opened, and tools the students are to use are finding their proper homes.
“We’re so ready to have students start in the fall,” said EMCC Dean and Workforce Director Joe Cook. “We hope to fill up classrooms and start the education process.”
He went on to say that the programs the Communiversity offers will include precision machining, engineering, drafting and design, electrical technology, systems-based automation, mechatronics, and industrial maintenance.