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Congratulations to Emily Crace on being accepted into the Shackouls Honors College at MSU!

 

Congratulations to SCA’s Emily Crace on being accepted into the Shackouls Honors College at Mississippi State University.

Emily has been dedicated to her education and career goal all of her life. As a young child, Emily took on the roll of teaching her young brother to read using her own creative way. Hard work and dedication paid off for Emily’s college career. As a Sophomore at Simpson Academy, Emily began enrolling in dual classes at Copiah Lincoln Junior College. Pursuing this goal along with her regular class schedule at Simpson Academy, plus playing basketball and softball became a challenge that Emily disciplined herself to accomplish. Emily’s mom has played a lifetime roll in her career decision.
“Love what you do and you will never work a day in your life” is the advice she hears from her mother. Emily plans to pursue her career in Education to give back to the kids and the state that she loves so well, Mississippi.

It is an honor to be accepted to the Shackouls Honors College at Mississippi State University.

The Shackouls Honors College is a university-wide program that reports to the Provost. It serves all undergraduate majors and cooperates with academic departments in tailoring programs for talented students. The Shackouls Honors College allows many undergraduate students throughout the University to enrich their academic experiences.

 

Students who show promise of meeting the high academic standards of the Shackouls Honors College will be admitted. Students are admitted based on several criteria: high school GPA, class rank, standardized test scores, a record of academic and extracurricular involvement as shown on the MSU online scholarship resume, and an application essay. No one factor alone is sufficient for admission. The typical Honors College freshman achieved approximately a 30 ACT composite score and a 3.8 high school GPA.

 

We congratulate you, Emily Crace. A job well done.

 

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