Online College Courses Available in Mississippi (MS)

The 20th state admitted to the Union, Mississippi was named for the Mississippi River. Its Gulf coastline is known as a popular vacation spot. The state of Mississippi has 63 colleges and universities, the public institutions of which are managed by a Board of Trustees. Of those 63, about half provide students with the opportunity to take online courses in Mississippi.

Jackson. Jackson was founded in 1821. It is the capital of Mississippi and boasts a higher population than any other city in the state. It has multiple opportunities for higher education.

Hattiesburg. The third-largest city in Mississippi, Hattiesburg was founded in 1882 and incorporated in 1884. It is known for being a diverse city both in population and economics.

Starkville. Known for being a college town, Starkville is home to the Mississippi State University, the largest university in the state. Starkville is also filled with recreational activities, from hunting to golfing.

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