Everybody's Formal is exactly what it sounds like... a formal for EVERYBODY! Celebrate Homecoming Week with your Ole Miss family!
Stop by our tent at Carrier Hall lawn on Saturday 3 hours before kickoff. Grab a fan, water, and print your tickets for free!
Join the NHM students on M, T, Th, & F at 11:30 and 12:30 for a lunch of classic home-style favorites. Reservations: lenoirdining.com
Check out our series for lifelong learners like you. If you would like a copy of the brochure, contact Sandra Sulton at 662-915-7158.
Looking for professional development opportunities? Check out our social media marketing classes with Vanessa Cook.
Mississippi has no shortage of natural materials to create outdoor holiday containers. Join us for this noon hour brown bag. Nov. 9. $10.
StudyUSA Wintersession Hawaiian STEAM: Microbes, Symbiosis, and Culture for education, science, pharm. majors. Deadline to apply: Sept. 30
Our university is committed to maintaining a safe, welcoming environment. Please click on the above link to find out how you can help.
The UM University Counseling Center is excited about our expanded group counseling offerings.
Dr. Myers will talk on Vergilian themes in Ovid's Metamorphoses on Monday 10/3. See flier for details.
The Art of Making the Invisible Visible
The Gilman Scholarship supports Pell Grant recipients for fall, spring, and summer! The Spring and Early Summer deadline is October 4!
Come see The Ford Center, Communiversity, & other local businesses at Coleman Funeral Home- Oxford (Tuesday, 10.04).
Learn how to keep your child safe on social media. UM Communiversity is offering a free class on Tuesday, Oct. 4 from 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Rita and William Bender discuss the history of John C. Satterfield and the Satterfield/American Bar Association Coll.
The Modern Languages and Croft Film Festival kicks off with 'La Cour de Babel / School of Babel'
Medieval Studies is screening this film at 6PM in Bryant 200 as part of this fall's 'Medieval after Dark' series.
Brown Bag Lecture: 'The Wilmington Ten: Violence, Injustice, and the Rise of Black Politics in the 1970s'
Suzanne Marrs (Welty Scholar) and Annette Trefzer (English Professor) discuss literary and familial connections.
Celebrate real food at the Food Day Festival & Farmers Market on Oct. 6! The event will take place from 12 pm-3:30 pm on the Union Plaza.
A celebration of real food featuring a farmers market, free samples, educational displays and more!
Faculty and Staff are invited to enjoy a fun-filled night with your family at the pool!
Pre-College Programs is offering a 2-day ACT prep on 10/11 and 10/18 from 5-6:30 p.m. Deadline to register is 10/10. Details on website.
Campus Recreation offers swim lessons for all ages and abilities all year! Please visit campusrec.olemiss.edu or Turner 214.
Travel grants of $500 toward the cost of airfare are available for students studying at select universities in Spring 2017!
The Winter 2017 and Spring Semester 2017 application deadline is approaching! Submit your application online by October 12!
We're looking for a few good tutors at the FedEx Student Athlete Success Center! Please see attached for full details!
Abstracts due October 15 for innovative ideas to curb childhood obesity in Mississippi. Could lead to invited proposals and $25K awards.
The Department of Modern Languages and the Croft Institute host a French Film Festival during the month of October.
63 photos: Ole Miss sorority members walk to raise funds for breast cancer awareness, research and eradication during CARE Walk 2016.
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