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Summer 2024 Application Opens December 1, 2023

Student Application: https://reg.extension.msstate.edu/reg/event_page.aspx?ek=0081-0004-e159018a97274d72945a338d99ddec1a

Highschool Counselor Transcript & ACT Upload Link: https://reg.extension.msstate.edu/reg/event_page.aspx?ek=0081-0004-075a2decab8749acbae05393dc7f2cc6

Application Deadline: April 15, 2024

An individual’s financial situation should not prevent a student from applying to the program; limited scholarships are available (Details for applying are available on the application). 

Refer questions to the following:
Jasmine Harris-Speight, jrh667@msstate.edu or 662-325-6640
Mmesoma Okafor, mio23@msstate.edu or 662-325-6761
Ann Sansing, Advisor, asansing@ext.mstate.edu or 662-325-4043

Do I Qualify?

  • Currently completing your junior year of high school
  • Minimum composite score of 20 on the ACT
  • High school grades in line with ACT scores
  • Desire to learn about a career in health or science
  • Mississippi resident

 

Issue retrieving ACT scores and transcripts from your school?

Please email the school counselor's contact information to jrh667@msstate.edu.

Counselor Name:

School Name:

Email:

Phone number:

Our staff can reach out to this person for a transcript and ACT Scores.

 

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Publications

Publication Number: M1917
Publication Number: M0980
Publication Number: P2298

News

Filed Under: Food and Health, AIM for CHangE, Rural Health December 11, 2023

JACKSON, Miss. -- For five years, AIM for CHangE has turned federal dollars into park updates, playgrounds, food pantries, ride-sharing programs and community produce gardens for underserved areas in Mississippi.

Man leads room full of teenagers in dance exercise.
Filed Under: 4-H, Health and Wellness, Food and Health, Health, Rural Health April 25, 2023

STARKVILLE, Miss. -- Community improvement starts with a volunteer spirit and a desire to serve as a role model for positive change.

A group photo of the Rural Medical and Science Scholars Class of 2022.
Filed Under: Food and Health, Rural Health March 8, 2023

MISSISSIPPI STATE, Miss. -- High school juniors can explore health and science careers and get a jump on college during the Rural Medical and Science Scholars program this summer at Mississippi State University. The June 10-29 program is now accepting applications until April 1.

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Contacts

Portrait of Ms. Jasmine Raniece Harris-Speight
Extension Instructor