It has been said that educators affect eternity -- their influence may have no end. At Southern Miss Gulf Coast, the College of Education and Psychology understands the powerful connections between education and success, relationship skills and quality of life, and research and practice.

Southern Miss Gulf Coast’s College of Education and Psychology provides the talent, experience, expertise and tools to make the most of those connections. Students in the program use the latest, most innovative technology to develop meaningful knowledge and professional skills that yield positive change in their own lives and the lives of others.

The college prepares and develops educators, researchers, and mental health professionals equipped for success in a culturally diverse, global community. Our students develop essential knowledge and skills through exposure to exemplary teaching, research, and professional service.

When our students venture into their careers, they are solidly prepared to perform at a level that demonstrates our commitment to improve the educational attainment of the citizens of Mississippi and, in turn, the economic development of the state.

We are proud to congratulate Joel Coutu, Felicia Gray, and Aaron White as recipients of Fall 2015 Eagle Scholars Program for Undergraduate Research (SPUR) award funds. Under the supervision of faculty affiliates, Drs. Michael Mong and Hans Stadthagen, Joel, Felicia, and Aaron will conduct independent research and present project findings to a scholarly audience.






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The Teacher Education Scholars Loan/Scholarship Program provides a $15,000 per year award to cover educational expenses for highly qualified students for up to four years.

This program is one of many that will enable Southern Miss Gulf Coast students to Stay Here.  Go Far.

If you would like to take additional semester credit hours, but do not have room in your schedule, consider enrolling in a mini session.  Mini session courses are intensive two-week courses that meet prior to the beginning of the semester.

Ask your advisor about a mini session today!