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Degree: Mass Communication/Media Studies
Graduation Year: 1995

Alcorn gave me the opportunity to enter into the word of work with a very good foundation in Mass Communication. This degree aided me in being able to go into the public health field where I specialized in STD/HIV/AIDS education, prevention and research. That degree enabled me to work contractually with federal entities specific to the HIV pandemic in surrounding states. The program at Alcorn teaches you the importance of speaking, speech and being able to present yourself on and off camera. 6 months after I finished at Alcorn in 1995 I was hired at our rival school Jackson State University. Specifically to run a STD/HIV/AIDS program for college men and women.

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Degree: Computer Networking
Graduation Year: 2010

Full of History and Beauty, Alcorn State University is a wonderful university to attend. Its the college to attend if you want to learn more, do more, and be more than they every thought the could. It also a good place to meet nice people, join many different clubs, and get to really learn from your professors.

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