Lavender Graduation recognizes LGBTQ undergraduate and graduate students at The University of Mississippi.
Urban development leader, Joel Kotkin, will address the Ole Miss/Oxford community on May 6 at 11:30 a.m. Free admission & open to public.
Provide input on the daily commute to campus and enter to win prizes, such as Lyric tickets or local produce, in a 5-7 minute survey.
Join Library Ambassadors and Oxford Therapets in Room 106D in the library to de-stress with dogs!
Astronomy open house to watch the transit of Mercury on Monday May 9th.
Free Ice Cream Tuesday, May 10, 11AM- 1PM Carrier Lobby Sponsored by the Society or Women Engineers
Check out numerous overnight & day camp options from the UM Division of Outreach. Fun, academic learning experiences for Grades K-12.
Here is your chance to become an official member of the Allies Program and support the University's LGBTQIA community.
Linen rental will be unavailable until June 1.
Location: Mississippi Small Business Development Center Boardroom, 122 Jeanette Phillips Drive.
This seminar is designed to assist in preparing a business plan.
Please complete this short survey about the J.D. Williams Library's digital collections to help us improve. Survey ends 5/13/2016.
Please take this survey to aid UM in its efforts to take effective steps to promote a campus free of sexual harassment.
Starting in fall of 2016, the business school is offering a practical entrepreneurship/management course open to all UM students.
Anthropology 101 is now being offered during the 2016 Maymester term. NO TEXTBOOKS; NO EXAMS; DAILY FIELD TRIPS.
44 photos: Brittany Watson and Kay P Maye pose for Alex Lindstrom during a photo shoot of the SAA Executive Council.
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