• October 04, 2023

    Columbia Southern University is pleased to have Professional Firefighters Association of Mississippi as a Learning Partner. As a member, this partnership provides a reduced tuition, plus many additional benefits. And, for your convenience, all programs are offered in an online format.

    The Learning Partner Program provides exclusive benefits to the employees/members of your organization, as well as all spouses and children. Benefits of the partnership include:

    • 10% tuition discount on all classes and waiver of the Application Fee.
    • Textbooks provided at no cost.
    • Exclusive Scholarship Opportunities for Learning Partner employees/members. Click here for more information.
    • A complimentary evaluation of previously earned college credits and training/professional certifications for consideration of transfer credit.
    • Complimentary access to our Writing and Math specialists through the Student Success Center.
    • A dedicated landing page for Learning Partners on the CSU website for prospective students and student enrollments.

    About CSU

    Columbia Southern University is a completely online university offering associate, bachelor and master degree programs in a wide variety of disciplines. For program information please contact Natasha Willett at Natasha.Willett@ColumbiaSouthern.edu.

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  • The First Responder Legislative Caucus met at the State Capital on March 3, 2022 to discuss important issues with Senators and Representatives
    Updated On: Mar 08, 2022

    First Responders met with Senators on Thursday, March 3, to discuss current issues with firefighters, EMS, and law enforcement. Senate Caucus Chairman Brice Wiggins led a successful meeting in bringing attention to our issues. President of the Caucus Bubba Carpenter and House Caucus Chairman Jeff Hale echoed Wiggins's sentiments. Senator Angela Hill talked about supporting first responders at the state legislature. 

    Attendees discussed funding the First Responder Health and Safety Act of 2019.  Lt. Ryker Halsden of Gulfport Fire Department spoke during the meeting about his recent battle with cancer and how funding this ACT would help him and other first responders like him.  

    State legislators passed significant bills this year, including COVID-19 LODD funding for first responders and COVID-19 premium pay for first responders, and are working on additional measures before the session ends.   

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