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What is the CPC in mississippi?

What is the CPC in mississippi?

Effective summer 2012, the Mississippi Institutions of Higher Learning universities will admit Mississippi High School graduates under both a required and recommended College Preparatory Curriculum (CPC). The CPC is aligned with current Mississippi high school graduation requirements and course offerings.

What is the minimum ACT score required for admission into any public university in Mississippi?

Mississippi Residents Completing the College Preparatory Curriculum (CPC) with a minimum 3.20 high school GPA. Completing the CPC with a minimum 2.50 high school GPA on the CPC and a minimum score of 16 on the composite ACT (or 770 on the old SAT critical reading/mathematics or 880 on the new SAT).

How do I contact IHL?

If you’re interested in learning more about IHL and its programs, please call or email us and we’ll get you all the information you need! Call us at 212.889. 8378 or 734.623. 8378.

What is CPC for college?

College Planning Council
The College Planning Council (CPC) supports and advances the mission, vision and values of the college by providing guidance and recommendations to the college president on the development of institutional policies, planning, processes and all participatory governance matters.

What kind of accreditation is needed for Nursing in Mississippi?

The Board recognizes that ACEN and/or CCNE accreditation for Mississippi nursing programs is desirable because of the quality of standards, emphasis placed on outcomes, and importance in the national marketplace for recruiting faculty and students.

Is there a nursing Stipend Program in Mississippi?

Nursing Teacher Stipend Program is available to NELS participants who are pursuing an advanced degree in nursing and who contractually agree that upon degree completion will teach at an accredited school of nursing in the State of Mississippi:

How to get a covid-19 vaccination in Mississippi?

Mississippi Coronavirus Hotline (7 days a week, 7 a.m.–7 p.m.): 877-978-6453 Vaccination is the best protection against COVID-19 infection and transmission.