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The Schools of Nursing and Pharmacy operate on both the Oxford and Jackson campuses. The Schools of Dentistry, Health Related Professionals and Medicine, and the Health Sciences Graduate School, are based in Jackson only. (Additional healthcare programs are available through the School of Applied Sciences on the Oxford campus.) Other than these exceptions, the schools above are on the Oxford campus.

Campus Announcements

The following announcements and events were submitted through UM Today and may be of interest to a broad audience.


Register Now for April 26 UM/UMMC Research Day

Priority registration is open through April 5 for the 5th annual UM/UMMC Research Day, to be held at the JAC in Oxford, Friday, April 26.

Campus Recreation

The Great Egg Hunt - April 16

The second annual Great Egg Hunt consists of two events: a team relay race (ages 8 and up) and a traditional egg hunt (ages 7 and under).


Take Back The Night

Join us to march in solidarity with survivors of sexual assault & reclaim public spaces as safe spaces!


Army ROTC Scholarships Available ($10,000 / Year)

Army ROTC Scholarships are currently available for qualified students (both Undergraduate and Graduate students).

Campus Recreation

Campus Recreation Student Employment Job Fair

Campus Recreation is hiring for the Summer and Fall of 2019!

Campus Recreation

Disrupt the Culture Workshop

Workshops are now offered for registered student organizations to explore and analyze their culture regarding a specific health behavior.


Frist Student Service Award nominations

UM seeks nominations of faculty and staff who deserve special recognition for outstanding service to students. Submit nominations by 4/5/19.


College of Liberal Arts Teaching Award nominations

Nominations sought for CLA Teaching Awards. Deadline for nominations Fri. April 5th.


'Succeed with Hearing Loss' Support Group Session

Support group sessions are available for individuals with hearing loss and their significant others (partners, children, siblings).

Campus News

STEM Summer Research Experience for Undergraduates

Apply Now - STEMS REU Program will provide educational science research opportunities to undergraduates.

Campus Recreation

Group Fitness Pass SALE - now $10 off!

Download the OleMissCR app and use code 10OFF to save $10!


8 reasons to sign up for Summer School

Check out 8 reasons to consider taking a class this summer. Priority Registration begins April 1.


School of Nursing's Research Poster Presentation

The School of Nursing invites you to Martindale Student Services lobby on May 7th for our annual research poster presentation.


Driving for Spring Break? Enter Zimride Sweepstakes!

Enter to win a $50 Amazon E-Gift Card from Zimride by Enterprise. Just post a new ride, either as a driver or passenger March 1 - 31.


SMBHC competition for 2019 Faculty Summer Stipends

The SMBHC announces a competition for Faculty Summer Stipends to support faculty in designing honors courses


Student Survey Regarding Entrepreneurship

The Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CIE) is conducting a survey of undergraduate students on the Oxford campus.


March Workshops in the IDEAlab

Join us for free workshops in the IDEAlab (located on the 1st Floor of the J.D. Williams Library).


The I'Mpossible Project

Learn to Live Mentally Well in College with Broadway Actor Josh Rivedal. Wednesday, March 27, 7PM Bryant Hall, 209


Fall 2019 Intern Applications NOW OPEN!

The Office of Sustainability is seeking motivated students for the upcoming semester. Interns work 8-10 hours /week, starting at $9/hour.


Classics/AIA lecture on Bronze Age excavation in Israel

Eric Cline (George Washington U.) will speak about his excavation of a Bronze Age palace at Tel Kabri. See event link for details!

Global Engagement

Nepal Night 2019

The Nepalese Students Association at Ole Miss presents Nepal Night 2019 at the Ford Center on Sunday, March 24, 2019.

Public Service Announcement

Extended Campus Power Outage Planned for Sunday

Outage will impact dozens of buildings, residential buildings starting at 6:30 a.m. Sunday and last up to 12 hours


Classical saxophonist Nikita Zimin, Saturday 3/23, 4pm

Renowned classical saxophonist Nikita Zimin travels from Russia to perform in Nutt Auditorium Saturday the 23rd at 4:00 pm. Free admission.


LOU Symphony and Mississippians Jazz Ensemble, Sat 7:30

Concert featuring the LOU Symphony, the Mississippians Jazz Ensemble, Assembly Quartet, and special guest artists.


Jazz saxophone great Chad Lefkowitz-Brown performs

Chad Lefkowitz-Brown, one of the most in-demand jazz saxophonists working today, performs free concert Saturday at 1:30 in Nutt Auditorium.

UM Memo

Graduate Instructor/Assistant Teaching Awards

Reminder: CETL is accepting nominations for the Graduate Instructor Excellence in Teaching Award and the Graduate Teaching Assistant Award.

Campus News

Free screenings for those who may have G6PD deficiency

UM is providing free screenings for those who may have a deficiency of G6PD, an enzyme that protects red blood cells.


SEC Faculty Travel Grants 2019-20

UM Faculty may apply by April 30 for funds to visit other Southeastern Conference campuses in the 2019-20 academic year.