The sprawling college campus at Memphis has all the state of the art facilities including a well stocked library, multimedia rooms, office space and food service areas. The workforce Technology Center ensures hands on experience for the students in various courses like Diesel Maintenance Technology. MSCC has partnered with Franklin University, University of Arkansas- Fayetteville and University of Central Arkansas to enhance its excellence and presence in the higher education field. It has over 125 full-time faculty, staff and administrators on its rolls.
From undergraduate associate programs to higher part time two year courses and exclusive undergraduate two year courses apart from distant learning facilities, there is a range of courses to suit the various needs of the students. The maximum duration of the course is 2 to 4 years and the highest degree offered by ASCC is the Associate’s degree.
Some of the popular courses in ASCC include radio and television broadcasting, liberal arts and science courses, management information system, Medical transcription, agriculture, Criminal Justice and many other courses, which are always in demand in the employment sector.
ASCC follow an open admissions scheme, which ensures maximum enrollment. The students can make use of various counseling and guidance programs like career counseling, library facility, remedial services and many others.
The students seeking admission at Mid South Community College should have completed Graduation or General Educational Development (GED) exam. The students should produce the High School transcripts and records of immunization at the time of admission and all new students are offered an orientation program. Eligible students are provided scholarships, which cover the tuition fees for 15 hours for each semester only and fees and books are not included.
Mid South Community College has a number of literary and sports clubs in the college including MSCC book club and writers anonymous apart from a full fledged food service for the benefit of the students.