The New International Encyclopædia/Mississippi College
MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE. An institution of learning at Clinton, Miss., founded in 1826. It has a preparatory and a collegiate department with an attendance in 1902 of 292 students and a faculty of nine instructors. The library contained about 3000 volumes. The college buildings were valued at $40,000, and the property of the institution at about $110,000. The endowment was $62,000, and the gross income $12,000.