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Ole Miss is a flagship public university with academic programs that lead the nation, an honors college ranked among the very best, and first-year support programs that ensure any student committed to the hard work of a great college can be successful.

Ole Miss is a flagship public university with academic programs that lead the nation, an honors college ranked among the very best, and first-year support programs that ensure any student committed to the hard work of a great college can be successful (85.6 percent freshman retention rate in 2013). It’s been rated among the best college values in America, and the range of available majors opens the door to an amazing array of careers. Just ask the many nationally recognized leaders in business, health care, law, the arts and education who claim Ole Miss as their alma mater.

Do you feel the spirit?
More than 2,300 freshmen charged the length of the football field last year during the annual “Rebel Run,” a spirit-filled tradition that opens the first home game. Regrouping after America’s best tailgating experience in the Grove, freshmen enter a packed stadium of 60,000 upperclassmen, alumni and fans who are sure to chant the university’s one-of-a-kind Hotty Toddy cheer. What a start to a lifelong tradition!

 

 

 

We’re holding your spot on the field!

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We have the majors you need for the career you want.

The list of Ole Miss alumni who have built exciting careers in business, health care, law, the arts, public service, higher education and many other specialties is long, with many reaching the very top of their fields. That adds up to much more than a long list of contacts for your job search; it’s evidence that passion-filled careers begin at Ole Miss. And when you are energized by your career choice, you will excel. Maybe your future begins at one of our more recent additions, such as the new Center for Manufacturing Excellence (CME), an interdisciplinary program of engineering, accountancy, business and liberal arts. CME is graduating students who are well-grounded and well-rounded in the business of manufacturing and educated to see manufacturing as the CEO sees it.

Find a career that matters.

Ole Miss offers many different choices in the schools of Medicine, Law, Accountancy, Business, Nursing, Health-Related Professions, Pharmacy, Dentistry, Education, Engineering, Journalism and New Media, Applied Sciences and the College of Liberal Arts, with program specialties that could lead you to a career running a restaurant or hotel, gathering data as an analyst for the CIA, building your own business or even becoming an author or a poet. The university’s commitment to excellence is reflected in the national rankings of its programs; the 662 professors with Ph.D.s (83 percent with terminal degrees in their fields) who arrive here from leading programs at Harvard, Yale, Princeton and other top institutions. That commitment to excellence is also evident in our nationally acclaimed and rapidly growing Honors College; the number of top student scholars (Rhodes-25, Truman-7, Goldwater-10, Fulbright-12); and our open-enrollment policy, which creates access to higher education supported by extensive first-year programs.

imageHands-on research opportunities abound for motivated undergraduate students at UM, which is home to ongoing research in a variety of unique disciplines. The university’s School of Pharmacy, for instance, is home to the only legal medical marijuana field in the country and is a world leader in researching all types of natural products.
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“The CME offered a way to differentiate myself from other accountancy students nationwide, while also providing a home environment for long days on campus. The structure of CME classes and the program’s co-op division will allow me to graduate with real-world experiences that can be applied to virtually any accounting career I choose to pursue.” — Madison, accounting major, Jackson, Missouri
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Step outside the traditional classroom.

Ole Miss offers opportunities for hands-on experience

Step outside the traditional classroom. Ole Miss offers opportunities for hands-on experience

With each freshman class, we hear students say they never imagined they’d have such extraordinary learning opportunities both inside and outside the classroom. Trips to Washington, D.C., or New York City are commonplace for our students, who gain invaluable internships at some of the top organizations in dozens of professional fields. Others study or participate in service projects in London, Barcelona and Johannesburg, or in impoverished areas of Belize, the Mississippi Delta and other regions around the globe. Members of the UM chapter of Engineers Without Borders have traveled to Togo since 2012 to help improve the infrastructure of the impoverished African nation. UM journalism students have gone along to document the project.

Among the more rigorous opportunities is Ole Miss’ Chinese Language Flagship Program, one of only nine Chinese Flagship programs in the United States. Graduates spend extensive time in China and are language proficient at the end of the program, a highly valued skill in an increasingly global economy.

The Sally McDonnell Barksdale Honors College and Center for Intelligence and Security Studies (CISS) also draw top students, offering small classes more typical of graduate school, all taught by top faculty scholars. Students participate in groundbreaking on-site research, including the Lazarus Project, which took three students to Italy to restore ancient manuscripts. Students at CISS are offered real- world opportunities to analyze data from around the globe and draw insights for policy making, just as analysts do in the CIA.

Your chance of meeting and questioning some of the world’s most brilliant and famous people is very high in our little college town. The list of people you might meet at the town square or in a campus lecture is too long for this page, but it includes stars in the fields of business, arts, science, news, politics – and even space travel.

Here’s a sampling of well-known visitors from recent years:

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Tom Friedman, Tom Brokaw, Judy Woodruff, Dan Rather,Bob Schieffer, David Halberstam and Al Neuharth, all successful journalists.

At least 16 Pulitzer Prize winners, as well as recent Nobel Prize winners Elie Wiesel and Roald Hoffmann.

National leaders, including President Barack Obama (while a candidate), Bill Clinton, John McCain, Colin Powell, Janet Reno and Eric Holder.

Musicians Grace Potter, Nelly, Harry Belafonte, Art Garfunkel, Marvin Hamlisch and Chuck Mangione.

Actors and entertainers, including James Earl Jones and Spike Lee.

Civil rights era notables, including Myrlie Evers-Williams, James Meredith, Nicholas Katzenbach, Angela Davis and Bobby Seale.

And the list could go on and on...

Discover what makes us different.

Can a university be as passionate about its mission in life as you’ll be about yours?

We think so, and we’ve defined the essence of who we are in four words: accessibility, leadership, excellence and service.

Accessibility: Ole Miss offers classes and programs to support students with a wide range of academic backgrounds. Programs vary from a top Honors College for students ready for undergraduate studies at a graduate level to an open- access track offering customized freshman support that increases the likelihood of success for any student willing to do the work. Specialized programs showing remarkable results include FASTrack, created for students who need academic support, and First-Year Experience, a 3-hour course that focuses on skills development for college success. Also contributing to freshman success are team-building programs that quickly build friends and reduce homesickness.

Leadership: Our graduates are leaders at global communications firms, pharmaceutical companies, accounting firms, technology companies, in journalism and in many other fields. In fact, health care breakthroughs, which have established the university’s international reputation for leadership in medicine, include America’s first successful heart and liver transplants at the University of Mississippi Medical Center. Leadership in literature was established with one of America’s greatest authors, Nobel Prize-winning writer William Faulkner, but scores of acclaimed writers hail from Ole Miss, including Willie Morris, John Grisham, and current Oxford residents Ace Atkins and Tom Franklin. We’re very good at developing the inner leader in our students and creating future leaders for government service, engineering, communicative disorders and other areas, touching communities nearby and all over the world.

Excellence: Today, Ole Miss is a destination university that draws as many students from other states as from Mississippi. The university’s excellence in research draws government and private funds for study in everything from the medicinal properties of plants to sound reduction of jet engines. Centers of excellence offer highly specialized fields of study and public service, including the Croft Institute for International Studies, Lott Leadership Institute, Center for Manufacturing Excellence, Center for the Study of Southern Culture, Center for Intelligence and Security Studies, McLean Institute for Partnerships and Community Engagement, National Food Service Management Institute, National Institute for Undersea Science and Technology, Research Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences and William Winter Institute for Racial Reconciliation.

Service: Ask Ole Miss students whether they’ve been involved in a service project, and it’s likely they’ll raise both hands. You, too, will have opportunities to be involved in a variety of projects before graduation, and they can be the most fulfilling and emotional moments you’ll experience. Our students learn the service attitude early with the annual Big Event, which sends thousands of students into the Oxford community to serve. Service is a part of the DNA of this university, and we want to help our students find opportunities to make our university and our nation a better place.

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Live a life of exciting diversity.

The University of Mississippi offers an extraordinarily diverse student body and faculty, with students from all 50 states, Washington, D.C., and 90 countries. Our open enrollment policy, balanced with a top Honors College and tuition rated among America’s best values in higher education, draws the poor, the wealthy and the middle class. You’ll start lifetime friendships with students who are African-American, Asian, Latino and Caucasian, and from such places as Sweden, Israel, Nigeria, Japan and Australia. But even with our extraordinary growth, we’re a modest-sized, easy-to-manage university, with enrollment for fall 2013 reaching an all-time record of 22,291 (Oxford and four regional campuses), the largest in the state. For the 2013-14 academic year, 24 percent of UM students were minorities, and 15.4 percent were African-American.

Build your own world view.

You’ll be amazed at your personal growth in the years at Ole Miss, and that comes from more than books, tests and career development. Being a part of the Ole Miss community means meeting new people and learning leadership skills that reach across the human differences in this country and everywhere. Students from various backgrounds find many opportunities to mingle, study, debate and socialize, forming bonds that last.

Ole Miss students contribute thousands of hours of volunteer work to the Oxford and Lafayette County communities each spring through the Big Event, a campus- wide day of service.

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The Oxford life is both cosmopolitan and provincial.

Touted as the “Cultural Mecca of the South,” Oxford has the amenities of a big-city borough without the hassles. Musicians, artists and writers alike find inspiration in its rich history, small-town charm and creative community. William Faulkner’s home, Rowan Oak, is a short walk from the Square, where many of Oxford’s unique shops, galleries and first-class restaurants are located. In addition to many area parks, bike paths and running trails, nearby Sardis Lake offers a popular gathering place for students.

Hear the Oxford soundtrack.

Oxford culture is entwined with music, and you’ll find live music being performed on the Square or nearby most days of the week. Whether it’s one of the many local acts performing, a national band coming through on tour or an artist recording at the famed Sweet Tea Recording Studio, the eclectic sounds of Oxford’s music scene are sure to draw you in.

Oxford’s quality of life is evident by its unique vibe.

The city of Oxford has received numerous distinctions over the years. Smithsonian magazine listed Oxford as one of the “20 Best Small Towns in America,” praising the town’s arts, culture and social life. American Express singled out Oxford as one of the 10 “Best Small Towns for Business in America,” noting its literary history, thriving retail and dining businesses, and strong population growth over the past decade. Livability.com also called Oxford the second best college town in the nation. For more, check out visitoxfordms.com.

Oxford locals have been known to say, “Just stay in Oxford. People will come to you.” There’s a draw to this famous college town that has made it a gathering place for students, parents, alumni, visitors and tourists year-round. The center of all that activity is “the Square,” which is also home to the Double Decker Arts Festival, an annual celebration of food, music and the arts. Vendors and patrons from across the nation enjoy two days of great music and Southern hospitality.
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I discovered that my own little postage stamp of native soil was worth writing about and that I would never live long enough to exhaust it, and by sublimating the actual into apocryphal I would have complete liberty to use whatever talent I might have to its absolute top.”
— William Faulkner, Nobel Prize-winning author
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Oxford’s diverse culinary establish- ments are acclaimed nationwide. From gourmet fare at one of award- winning chef John Currence’s five restaurants to comfort food at Ajax Diner or the famous chicken-on- a-stick at 4-Corners Chevron, you can’t go wrong dining in Oxford.

Find your fit.

With more than 250 student organizations and clubs, UM provides a wide range of opportunities for students to get involved on campus and develop their own leadership skills. Organizations range from academic, cultural, religious, special interest, professional and social to elected office in student government. So find a cause to champion or create your own adventure while you develop your inner leader. If an organization doesn’t exist on campus, you can create your own with the help of 10 fellow students and one faculty/staff adviser.

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Establish a healthy lifestyle.

Students can find challenging activities and incorporate healthy habits through the university’s recreational programs and services. The Department of Campus Recreation offers facilities where students can participate in sport clubs, intramural sports, swimming, group fitness as well as personal training. Ole Miss Outdoors offers exciting off-campus adventures that include rock climbing, hiking and white-water rafting.

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Activities provide support for students.

The Student Activities Association (SAA) promotes the activities of student life though special events, pageants and musical entertainment. The SAA is composed of a diverse group of student leaders who are committed to serving the Ole Miss student body and enhancing the college experience by providing more than 125 events each year, such as Pet a Puppy during Stress Less Week in preparation for exams.

saa.olemiss.edu

To Greek or not to Greek?

About 32 percent of Ole Miss students participate in Greek life. Ole Miss offers 34 national fraternities and sororities, which consist of three councils: National Pan- Hellenic Council, Interfraternity Council, Panhellenic Council.

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To Greek or not to Greek?

About 32 percent of Ole Miss students participate in Greek life. Ole Miss offers 34 national fraternities and sororities, which consist of three councils: National Pan- Hellenic Council, Interfraternity Council, Panhellenic Council.

dos.orgsync.com/org/umgreeks

The University of Mississippi Concert Singers recently made a guest appearance at the White House, singing for President Obama, and the UM Gospel Choir is the first college gospel choir to sign with a major gospel record label. The Ole Miss African Drum and Dance Ensemble, in addition to other groups such as these, performs for various events, enhancing intercultural communication, diversity and inclusion for the campus and community.
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Every freshman participates in the Common Reading Experience and is provided with a copy of the selected book to read before the school year begins. Instructors from the Center for Writing and Rhetoric, First-Year Experience, School of Nursing and others use the text to introduce concepts and promote discussion in their classes.

 

Just ask. We’re here to make the transition easier.

The Center for Student Success and First-Year Experience (CSSFYE) is dedicated to facilitating each student’s successful transition to the university through comprehensive academic advising, first-year experience programming and support, and veteran and military support services.

The CSSFYE coordinates the First-Year Experience course that’s helped thousands of Ole Miss freshmen make a positive transition from high school to college, develop a better understanding of the learning process, enhance their academic skills and acquire essential life skills that have helped ensure their success.

During the semester, students are introduced to the mission, values and constituencies of the University of Mississippi and the ethical and social concerns that they may face as members of this community.

cssfye.olemiss.edu

Where else do you get a personal adviser?

At Ole Miss, we have invested in people who are devoted to the success of each student. That means they get to know you, your goals and your dreams. And their mission is to help you achieve them. The professional advisers at the Center for Student Success and First-Year Experience serve about 80 percent of the freshman class. Our experienced financial aid counselors are waiting to help you explore the many scholarships and other financial options available to help you achieve your college degree.

Calculate your investment.

We know that cost matters. At Ole Miss, we offer an exceptional education at a great value. For any student looking for support, our staff in the Office of Financial Aid is eager to provide assistance to you, whatever your financial circumstances. Students can be considered for scholarships by submitting an application for admission as early as possible, as well as the Special Programs & Scholarships application. In addition to merit-based, foundation and departmental scholarships, the university offers a financial package to qualifying students that includes grants, loans and work-study opportunities. For this type of need-based assistance, students should complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), including necessary documentation.

Get more details, such as application information, cost of attendance, important dates and deadlines at finaid.olemiss.edu/scholarships.

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Find your home on campus.

Contemporary Halls

Our contemporary halls – Minor Hall, Ridge North and Burns Hall – opened in August 2012. These buildings feature in-room bathrooms, study rooms on each floor, conference rooms, community kitchens and lounges with TVs on each floor. Each room includes a microwave/fridge. Members of living-learning communities (LLCs), freshman interest groups (FIGs) and general communities reside in these halls.

Residential Colleges

The residential colleges – Residential College South and the Luckyday Residential College – offer contemporary housing for undergraduates and are based on the University of Oxford model, which includes faculty living in the residence halls with the students. Students living in the residential colleges are selected through an application process. Freshman members live in double rooms, while sophomores and upperclassmen have the opportunity to live in singles or quads.

Traditional Halls

Most freshmen on our campus are members of general communities and reside in one of our eight traditional residence halls. Students in these halls generally live in double rooms. Community bathrooms are conveniently located on all floors. All halls are located within walking distance of classrooms.

For more information, check out studenthousing.olemiss.edu.

The focus in student housing is to prepare residents to meet life’s challenges as independent, contributing global citizens. Our residents gain the skills to maintain healthy relationships, make ethical decisions and participate as leaders in their respective communities. You will be part of the Ole Miss family from day one, and you will never need to look far for help. From students and community volunteers helping you carry boxes during move-in to faculty and staff who can help you navigate campus locations and activities, everyone at Ole Miss wants to help you get the most of your college experience.

 

Live and learn with your peers.

Members of our LLCs and FIGs enjoy a residence hall life that offers enrichment connecting to their academics or extra curricular interest (or both!) during freshman year. By living among peers who share common interests and participating in programming led by campus faculty, students build skills for success during college and after graduation.

FIGs include

  • Foundations
  • The Well

Current LLCs are

  • Business
  • Education
  • FASTrack
  • Global Perspectives
  • Honors College
  • Provost Scholars
  • STEM

For more information on FIGs and LLCs, please visit the Department of Student Housing website at studenthousing.olemiss.edu.

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“Upon visiting the Ole Miss campus, I immediately felt at home in a town I’d never visited and on a campus where I only knew strangers. Ole Miss felt more like a community than an institution and one that would offer many opportunities for leadership and success. I was offered incomparable scholarship resources and felt the university offered the perfect balance of a close-knit community and the opportunities offered by a large, flagship university.”
— Kelly, broadcast journalism and integrated marketing communications major, Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida

Before you register for orientation, take these few simple steps:

  • Make sure you have a valid WebID that was provided to you at the time of your acceptance to the university. A WebID is required to access certain online applications. If you have lost your password, contact our IT Helpdesk at helpdesk@olemiss.edu or 662-915-5222.
  • Apply for housing. For questions related to housing, visit studenthousing.olemiss.edu.

That’s it! Sign in to the myOleMiss portal (my.olemiss.edu) and select the Orientation tab. Then select the new registration request link from the left-hand side.

Fill out the form, and click submit.

“The most incredible part about my experience is the fact that Ole Miss allowed me to do it all. No matter how crazy my ideas were, there was always someone to encourage me. If it wasn’t the Honors College, then it was Croft or the accounting school. In my five years, I was able to spend three months in Uruguay researching, to spend six months in Germany, to intern twice in New York City, to write a thesis on a topic that inspired me, and to, throughout it all, be surrounded by encouraging and inspiring people.” — Martina, accounting, German and international studies major, Uruguay
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Orientation leaders are current undergraduate students at the University of Mississippi who were selected through a competitive application process and trained as campus experts to assist you with your transition to college.
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We hope you’ll be joining us soon!

Orientation helps students begin a successful transition to college and assists family members in understanding their students’ experience during this exciting time. While at orientation, you will register for classes, receive a student ID, become more familiar with campus and meet new friends and faculty. In sessions with parents and on your own, you’ll participate in informative presentations, small-group discussions, academic advising and class registration.

Freshmen and first-time students transferring from other colleges and universities choose from different orientation sessions beginning in late May through June, with two sessions also offered in August. Signup begins in February, so be sure to apply for housing (requires a $75 nonrefundable housing deposit) and submit health forms before registering.

The Office of Admissions works hard to make this an exciting experience as you join the Ole Miss family.

Visit Campus!

2014-15 Saturday Special Events

Sept. 6 - Open House
Oct. 11 - Fall Visit Day
Dec. 6 - Open House
Jan. 24 - Open House
Feb. 21 - Open House
Mar. 28 - Junior Preview Day

Please visit admissions.olemiss.edu in summer 2015 for 2015-16 dates.

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Are you ready?

Ole Miss offers an education fit for a lifetime!

With outstanding professors, a wide variety of majors, a diverse student body, unique opportunities and memorable events, an education at Ole Miss can be a wonderful, life-changing experience, maybe the most enjoyable time of your life!

Ole Miss ranks first in Mississippi among public colleges and universities in terms of student completion, measured by four- and six-year graduation rates. The university’s graduation rates also best the regional and national averages.

At Ole Miss, the opportunities for developing personal and professional friendships with faculty, staff and students are abundant. The Ole Miss alumni network also provides invaluable professional and social links, and alumni take pride in the support and mentorship of fellow alums.
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There is a valid distinction between The University and Ole Miss, even though the separate threads are closely interwoven. The University is buildings, trees and people. Ole Miss is mood, emotion and personality. One is physical, and the other is spiritual. One is tangible and the other intangible. The University is respected, but Ole Miss is loved. The University gives a diploma and regretfully terminates tenure, but one never graduates from Ole Miss.” – Frank Everett (BA 32, LLB 34)

COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS

  • African American Studies
  • Anthropology
  • Art
  • Art (Studio)
    • Ceramics
    • Graphic/Web Design
    • Imaging Arts
    • Painting
    • Printmaking
    • Sculpture
  • Art History
  • Biochemistry
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Classics
  • Computer Science
  • Economics
  • English
  • Forensic Chemistry
  • Geology
  • History
  • International Studies
  • Liberal Studies (3 minors)
  • Mathematics
  • Modern Languages
    • Chinese
    • French
    • German
    • Linguistics
    • Spanish
  • Music
  • Philosophy
  • Physics
  • Political Science
  • Pre-health Professions
    • Clinical Laboratory Science
    • Cytotechnology
    • Dental Hygiene
    • Health Information & Information Management
    • Medical Technology
    • Occupational Therapy
    • Nursing
    • Radiological Science
  • Psychology
  • Public Policy Leadership
  • Religious Studies
  • Sociology
  • Southern Studies
  • Theatre Arts
    • Acting
    • Design/Theatre Production
    • Musical Theatre

GENERAL STUDIES PROGRAM

  • General Studies

PATTERSON SCHOOL OF ACCOUNTANCY

  • Accountancy

SCHOOL OF APPLIED SCIENCES

  • Communication Sciences and Disorders
  • Criminal Justice
    • Corrections
    • Homeland Security
    • Law Enforcement
  • Dietetics and Nutrition
  • Exercise Science
  • Hospitality Management
  • Paralegal Studies
  • Park and Recreation Management
    • Therapeutic Recreation
  • Social Work

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

  • Banking and Finance
  • Economics
  • Managerial Finance
  • Management
  • Management Information Systems
  • Marketing
  • Marketing Communications
  • Real Estate
  • Risk Management and Insurance

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

  • Elementary Education
  • English Education
  • Mathematics Education
  • Science Education
    • Biology
    • Chemistry
    • Physics
  • Social Studies Education
  • Special Education

SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING

  • Chemical Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Computer Science
  • Electrical Engineering
    • Computer Engineering
    • RF/Wireless
    • Telecommunications
  • General Engineering
  • Geological Engineering
  • Geology
  • Mechanical Engineering

SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM AND NEW MEDIA

  • Integrated Marketing Communications
  • Journalism
    • News-editorial
    • Broadcast

SCHOOL OF PHARMACY

  • Pharmaceutical Sciences
  • Pharmacy

Campus Recreation
662-915-5591
campusrec.olemiss.edu

Career Center
662-915-7174
career.olemiss.edu

Center for Inclusion and Cross-Cultural Engagement
662-915-7705
studentaffairs.olemiss.edu

Center for Student Success & First-Year Experience
662-915-5970
cssfye.olemiss.edu

Luckyday Program
662-915-1592
luckydayscholarship.olemiss.edu

Ole Miss Student Union
662-915-1044
saa.olemiss.edu

Office of Admissions
662-915-7226
admissions.olemiss.edu

Office of Conflict Resolution and Student Conduct
662-915-1387
conflictresolution.olemiss.edu

Office of the Dean of Students
662-915-7247
dos.olemiss.edu

Office of Financial Aid
800-891-4596
finaid.olemiss.edu

Student Disability Services
662-915-7128
sds.olemiss.edu

Student Health Services
662-915-7274
healthcenter.olemiss.edu

Student Housing
662-915-7328
studenthousing.olemiss.edu

University Counseling Center
662-915-3784
counseling.olemiss.edu

University Police and Campus Safety
662-915-7234
upd.olemiss.edu

Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs
662-915-7705
studentaffairs.olemiss.edu

For more information, visit catalog.olemiss.edu.

In partnership with the main campus in Oxford, the University of Mississippi operates four regional campuses: DeSoto, Tupelo, Booneville and Grenada.

For more information, visit outreach.olemiss.edu/regional.
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At Ole Miss, the opportunities for developing personal and professional friendships with faculty, staff and students are abundant. The Ole Miss alumni network also provides invaluable professional and social links, and alumni take pride in the support and mentorship of fellow alums.

 

 

 

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