Frequently Asked Questions

Please refer to our FAQs below for information on current information for Admissions, Cares Act Funding, eLearning, Housing, and more.


We're glad you've chosen to pursue your higher education at Northeast Mississippi Community College. Many of the questions we receive about the admissions process are on the Admissions FAQ page. If you still have questions or still need help, please don't hesitate to give us a call.

Cares Act Funding

As a result of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (VCRS), and the American Rescue Plan (ARP) Act, NEMCC received a total of $8,715,293.00 in relief funding. If you have questions about how Northeast distributes the funds, check out the Care Act Funding Distribution page.

eLearning (Canvas)

Distance Learning delivers courses through an Internet-based learning system called Canvas. When you register for online classes, your course materials will become available on the first day of class. You will need to log in and complete weekly assignments. These assignments will be your attendance records for your course. You will also be required to complete 2-3 proctored exams. Students can find support resources on the Help and Support page for the eLearning Office.


The Office of Housing and Student Planning fields questions about housing offerings and what is needed to make the dorms fun and enjoyable. Check out the Housing FAQ. If you do not find your answers, please contact us to help you find your answer.


With its campus-wide initiative, Northeast Mississippi Community College has become a national leader in using technology in the classroom. If you need assistance, you can check out the Technology FAQ o the Smart Campus page. They have plenty of resources to keep you in control of your technology.


The Veteran Services Office located in the Office of Admissions and Records at Northeast Mississippi Community College provides Veterans, Reservists, and their dependents assistance in obtaining educational benefits. Check out the Veterans FAQ for answers.

Win Job Center

The WIN Job Center offers many services for people laid off or those who want to change careers. If you are interested in working, we can help you prepare a resume. We also share tips on filling out job applications, hints for interviewing, and your job search. Training opportunities are available to those who qualify through NEMCC and many sole proprietors.