Mississippi College

Mississippi College, also known as MC, is a private, Christian university located in Clinton, Mississippi. Mississippi College comprises the main campus in Clinton, as well as satellite campuses in Brandon and Madison, Mississippi, and the Mississippi College School of Law in Jackson. It is the oldest college in the state of Mississippi and the second-oldest Baptist affiliated university in the world.

Mississippi College has been included in U.S. News & World Report's "America's Best Colleges", The New York Times' "Best Buys in College" and Barron's "Best Buys in College Education".

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American Southwest Conference - History
... Founding members of the ASC were Austin College, Hardin–Simmons University, Hardin–Simmons University, McMurry University, Mississippi College, Sul Ross State University, the University of Dallas and the ... and Schreiner University in 1998 then Concordia University Texas in 1999, and finally Louisiana College and Texas Lutheran University in 2000. 2000-01 season to become an Independent and Austin College withdrew the ASC in the 2005-06 season to join the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) ...
Millsaps Majors - Rivalries
... had a fierce football and basketball rivalry with Mississippi College in nearby Clinton through the 1950s before competition was suspended after an infamous student brawl at a basketball game ... body of Millsaps founder Major Millsaps by Mississippi College students ... The rivalry was considered by many as the best in Mississippi, featuring a prank by Mississippi College students who painted "TO HELL WITH MILSAPS" (sic ...
Mississippi College - Notable Alumni
... Banks, Mississippi state representative Ross Barnett, Mississippi Governor (1960–1964) Charles Hillman Brough, governor of Arkansas (1917-1921) also Mississippi College faculty member Albert Gallatin Brown ... Longino, Mississippi Governor (1900–1904) Fred McAfee, of the NFL's New Orleans Saints Larry Myricks, 1988 Olympic bronze-medalist in the long jump ... Ray, Executive Director of the Republican Party of Arkansas Amy Tuck, former Mississippi Lieutenant Governor Prentiss Walker, first Republican to represent Mississippi in the U ...
Backyard Brawl (Millsaps–Mississippi College)
... The Millsaps–Mississippi College rivalry is a sports rivalry between the Millsaps College Majors and the Mississippi College Choctaws ... It chiefly manifests in the college football matchup, sometimes known as the Backyard Brawl as both schools are located near to Jackson, Mississippi in the ... The colleges compete in Division III of the NCAA, Mississippi College in the American Southwest Conference (ASC) and Millsaps in the Southern Athletic ...
Chief Choc - Overview
... The original announcement named 18 colleges and universities with "hostile and abusive" mascots, including the Mississippi College Choctaws ... According to Mississippi College President Lee Royce, however, the university shares a "mutual relationship of respect and cooperation" with the ... Four schools - Chowan College, Midwestern State University, Southeastern Oklahoma State University and the University of Louisiana-Monroe - decided not to ...

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