Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College consists of four campuses and four centers: the main campus, located in Perkinston, Mississippi; the Jackson County Campus, in Gautier; the Jefferson Davis Campus, in Gulfport; the Community Campus, a non-traditional campus without walls; the George County Center in Lucedale; the West Harrison County Center in Long Beach; the Applied Technology and Development Center in Gulfport; and the Keesler Center at Keesler Air Force Base in Biloxi.
The college's athletic teams are known as the Bulldogs. They compete in the Mississippi Community College Athletic Conference in football, basketball, baseball, soccer, softball, golf and tennis. MGCCC won the National Junior College Athletic Association Football Championship in 1971, 1984 and was co-national champion in 2007. The Bulldogs football team is led by head coach Steve Campbell.
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