Community College Debt For Graduating Students in Mississippi

  • The Mississippi average community college debt for graduating students is approximately $7,500 (2020-21).
  • For public community colleges in Mississippi, the average community college debt for graduating students is approximately $6,946.
  • For private community colleges in Mississippi, the average community college debt for graduating students is approximately $9,500.

Community College Debt For Graduating Students in Mississippi (2020-21)

  • College Completed Debt Location
  • Rank: #11.$5,500
    1001 Co-Lin Lane
    Wesson MS  39191
    (601) 643-5101
  • Rank: #22.
    Holmes Community College
    Public
    $5,515
    #1 Hill St
    Goodman MS  39079
    (662) 472-2312
  • Rank: #33.
    Jones County Junior College
    Public
    $5,584
    900 South Court Street
    Ellisville MS  39437
    (601) 477-4000
  • Rank: #44.
    Meridian Community College
    Public
    $6,000
    910 Hwy 19 N
    Meridian MS  39307
    (601) 483-8241
  • Rank: #55.$6,500
    101 Cunningham Blvd
    Booneville MS  38829
    (662) 728-7751
  • Rank: #66.
    East Central Community College
    Public
    $6,599
    15738 Highway 15
    Decatur MS  39327
    (601) 635-2111
  • Rank: #77.
    Hinds Community College
    Public
    $6,957
    505 East Main Street
    Raymond MS  39154
    (601) 857-5261
  • Rank: #88.$7,300
    4975 Hwy 51 N
    Senatobia MS  38668
    (662) 562-3200
  • Rank: #99.
    Itawamba Community College
    Public
    $7,500
    602 W Hill Street
    Fulton MS  38843
    (601) 862-8000
  • Rank: #1010.
    Pearl River Community College
    Public
    $7,989
    101 Hwy 11 N
    Poplarville MS  39470
    (601) 403-1000
  • Rank: #1111.$8,902
    1512 Kemper Street
    Scooba MS  39358
    (662) 476-5000
  • Rank: #1212.$9,007
    51 Main Street
    Perkinston MS  39573
    (866) 735-1122
  • Rank: #1313.
    Blue Cliff College-Gulfport
    Private, for profit
    $9,500
    12251 Bernard Pkwy
    Gulfport MS  39503
    (228) 896-9727
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