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Transferring?

Use this guide to help you along with the process of transferring from another school. We'll guide you through the process.

why ole miss?

As a transfer student, your move to the Ole Miss family will be one of the most important in your life — and also one of the smoothest. Here are just a few of the reasons why transferring to Ole Miss is the right move:

  • Your academic course work during your first two years will plug right into our bachelor’s degree programs and allow you to stay on track for graduation.
  • Average junior-level and senior-level classes at Ole Miss have 20-30 students and are probably smaller than some of the classes you are taking now.
  • Because of smaller classes, our excellent teachers are able to take a personal interest in their students.
  • Transfer Leadership Organization is a student organization and programming board that works to provide transfer students the opportunity to fully transition into the University of Mississippi student body. More info: tlo.olemiss.edu
  • Our Phi Theta Kappa scholarship is worth $8,000 ($4,000 per year for two years). Nonresident recipients receive an additional $4,000 per year for two years toward the nonresident fee.
  • Students with a 3.0 GPA on 48 transferrable community college hours receive $6,000 ($3,000/year for two years). PTK students with a 3.5 GPA on 48 transferrable community college hours receive two scholarships valued at $16,000 ($8,000/year for two years).

“The University of Mississippi makes strides every day to give every transfer student a welcoming place to network and grow. We have numerous transfer specific organizations such as the Transfer Leadership Organization and Phi Theta Kappa Alumni, as well as many nonspecific transfer organizations. Getting involved is the easiest way to make the transition process the smoothest. So put yourself out there, and see what all Ole Miss has to offer!”

— Justin Mills, Vancleave, Mississippi, senior, business management; Transferred from Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College



Quick Facts
Undergraduate student population 18,517
Total student population 24,250
Student-to-faculty ratio 19:1
Mississippi residents 56%
Minority representation 23%
Male-to-female ratio 45:55
Greek system involvement 42%
Based on fall 2016-17 enrollment
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applying for admission

Transfer Admission Requirements

Transfer students may be admitted under one of the following conditions:

  • Earn an associate’s degree intended for transfer to a four-year school from an accredited community college with a minimum 2.0 cumulative grade-point average (GPA) as calculated by the University of Mississippi.
  • Have a 2.0 cumulative GPA as calculated by the University of Mississippi on all transferrable credit AND have successfully completed the following 30 semester hours with a 2.0 GPA at a regionally accredited school:
    • 6 semester hours of English Composition
    • 3 semester hours of College Algebra, Quantitative Reasoning or a higher level math
    • 6 semester hours of Laboratory Science
    • 9 semester hours of Humanities and Fine Arts
    • 6 semester hours of Social or Behavioral Sciences
  • Meet resident freshman admissions requirements and have at least a 2.0 cumulative GPA as calculated by the University of Mississippi on transferrable credit from a regionally accredited college or university.

Application Checklist and Deadlines

  • Submit an online application by visiting olemiss.edu/applynow and clicking Undergraduate Admission. A $40 application fee for Mississippi residents or $60 application fee for nonresidents is required.
  • Submit official transcripts from all colleges previously attended. If you are to be admitted under freshman admissions criteria, please submit an official high school transcript in addition to official transcripts from all colleges previously attended.
  • If you are to be admitted under freshman admissions criteria, have official ACT/SAT scores sent electronically by the testing agency.

All applicants should submit required materials well in advance of the term for which they intend to enroll. Applications received after April 1 are evaluated on a competitive, space-available basis.

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schedule a visit

Come see us! Schedule a visit today, and experience Ole Miss firsthand. Ole Miss offers weekday visits that give you the best glimpse of everyday life as an Ole Miss student. For those who find it difficult to visit on a weekday, we offer Saturday Special Events on select Saturdays to provide more opportunities to visit campus. Registration for Saturday Special Events opens eight weeks prior to each event.

Go to admissions.olemiss.edu/visit and learn more!

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Readmission

Former University of Mississippi students who have had a break in enrollment of one or more semesters must apply for readmission. Official copies of transcripts are required from all colleges attended since the last UM enrollment. Students who were academically dismissed from the university may not be eligible for automatic readmission. Readmission will be to the school or department in which the student was enrolled when he or she last attended UM. Students wishing to change majors first must be admitted and then may meet with an adviser from the program in which they wish to enroll. If you would like to apply for readmission, please contact the Office of the Registrar at 662-915-7792.

Immunization Requirement

All students born after Jan. 1, 1957, must submit proof of two immunizations for measles, mumps and rubella prior to registering for classes. Medical history forms are available online at the Student Health Center website: healthcenter.olemiss.edu/health-requirements-and-forms.

Applying for Housing

Students must gain admission to the university before applying for housing. Admission for housing is offered throughout the year on a rolling basis (beginning in mid-September for summer or fall applicants). Students with at least 30 transferrable hours may choose to live on or off campus as space allows. On-campus housing for transfer students is limited at the University of Mississippi. Student Housing applications are available online for admitted and enrolled students. All housing-related questions and concerns should be directed to the Department of Student Housing by calling 662-915-7328 or by visiting studenthousing.olemiss.edu.

Orientation

All transfer students must attend an orientation session to prepare for enrollment at the university. At Ole Miss, orientation includes academic advising and registration for classes, so it is an essential part of starting your college career. Each admitted student receives orientation registration information during the semester prior to his or her declared term of enrollment. For more information, please visit orientation.olemiss.edu.

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World Education Services Course-by-Course Evaluation

Required for Undergraduate Transfer Credit

A World Education Services (WES) evaluation is required of students who wish to receive undergraduate transfer credit at the University of Mississippi for any courses previously completed at a college/university (postsecondary education) outside the U.S. You will find all the information you need at wes.org.

In addition to submitting official transcripts of all course work completed at the higher educational level to the University of Mississippi, students must also arrange for their official transcripts from colleges/universities outside the U.S. to be submitted to WES.

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It is critical that you read and follow the “Required Documents” information specific to your country of study to ensure that your evaluation is completed as quickly as possible.

If your transcripts and diplomas are in languages other than English, you must provide a translation. Please make sure that University of Mississippi is listed as one of the recipients of the WES evaluation. Once all the required documentation has been received by WES, the evaluation usually takes from seven to 10 days.

contact names, numbers and URLs

Division of Student Affairs

Campus Recreation

662-915-5591

campusrec.olemiss.edu

Career Center

662-915-7174

career.olemiss.edu

Center for Inclusion and Cross-Cultural Engagement

662-915-1689

inclusion.olemiss.edu

Center for Student Success & First-Year Experience

662-915-5970

cssfye.olemiss.edu

Luckyday Program

662-915-1592

luckydayscholarship.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 Financial Aid

800-891-4596

finaid.olemiss.edu

Office of the Dean of Students

662-915-7247

dos.olemiss.edu

Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs

662-915-7705

studentaffairs.olemiss.edu

Ole Miss Student Union

662-915-1044

saa.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

 

Hallmark Academic Programs

Center for Manufacturing Excellence

662-915-2633

cme.olemiss.edu

Center for the Study of Southern Culture

662-915-5993

southernstudies.olemiss.edu

Chinese Language Flagship Program

662-915-3773

olemiss.edu/chinese

Croft Institute for International Studies

662-915-1500

croft.olemiss.edu

Lott Leadership Institute

662-915-3189

lottinst.olemiss.edu

Sally McDonnell Barksdale Honors College

662-915-7294

honors.olemiss.edu

 

Extracurricular Activities

Air Force ROTC

662-915-7357

olemiss.edu/orgs/afrotc

Army ROTC

662-915-7085

armyrotc.com/edu/univms

Athletics

662-915-7241

olemisssports.com

Cheerleading and Dance Team

662-915-1806

spirit.olemissrebels.com

Choral Activities

662-915-5115

choral.olemiss.edu

Club Sports and Intramurals

662-915-5591

campusrec.olemiss.edu

Forensics and Debate Team

662-915-7621

outreach.olemiss.edu/depts/forensics

Fraternity & Sorority Life

662-915-7609

greeks.olemiss.edu

Navy ROTC

662-915-5831

nrotc.olemiss.edu

Student Media

662-915-5503

smc.olemiss.edu

Study Abroad

662-915-1508

outreach.olemiss.edu/study_abroad

University Band

662-915-7390

band.olemiss.edu

 

Scholarships and financial aid

The university offers a wide array of financial aid opportunities including grants, loans and work-study. The staff at the Office of Financial Aid works diligently to help you achieve your educational goals. We want to recognize your achievements and needs by putting together a strong financial aid package. For additional information, please visit our website at finaid.olemiss.edu or call 800-891-4596.

All students must be admitted to the University of Mississippi to be considered for scholarships. Transfer students must be transferring directly from a community college, plan to enroll full time (unless otherwise indicated) and submit a transcript that includes three semesters of grades. The transfer GPA, as calculated by the University of Mississippi, will include grades from all prior colleges attended. Any additional requirements are mentioned below.

Some scholarships are awarded through academic departments. To be considered for these awards, students must be admitted into the school or have listed the specific major on their admission application.

Community College Academic Excellence 1 Scholarship

  • Award Amount: $6,000 ($3,000 per year for two years).
  • Eligibility: Awarded to community college transfer students with a 3.0–3.49 overall transfer GPA and 48 transferrable community college credit hours. Students must be enrolled full time to receive this award.
  • How to Apply: Students must complete the University of Mississippi admissions application. No additional application is required.
  • May be stacked with PTK scholarship.

Community College Academic Excellence 2 Scholarship

  • Award Amount: $8,000 ($4,000 per year for two years).
  • Eligibility: Awarded to community college transfer students with a 3.5 or higher overall transfer GPA and 48 transferrable community college credit hours. Students must be enrolled full time to receive this award. Nonresidents will receive an additional $3,000 per year for two years toward the nonresident fee.
  • How to Apply: Students must complete the University of Mississippi admissions application. No additional application is required.
  • May be stacked with PTK scholarship.

Phi Theta Kappa President

  • Award Amount: $2,000 ($1,000 per year for two years).
  • Eligibility: Community college transfer students who served as president of Phi Theta Kappa at their community college. These scholarships are awarded to community college transfer students with a 3.25 or higher overall transfer GPA and 48 transferrable community college credit hours. Students must be enrolled full time to receive this award.
  • How to Apply: Provide documentation of status to the Office of Financial Aid within the first term of enrollment. Documentation may be faxed to 662-915-1164.

Phi Theta Kappa Scholarships

  • Award Amount: $8,000 ($4,000 per year for two years).
  • Eligibility: Transfer students with a 3.25 GPA on at least 48 transferrable community college credit hours and membership in Phi Theta Kappa. Members of the All-State Team receive an additional one-time-only $1,000 scholarship, and an additional $1,000 one-time-only scholarship is awarded to those students who become members of the All-USA Team. Nonresidents receive an additional $4,000 per year for two years toward the nonresident fee.
  • How to Apply: Provide documentation of status to the Office of Financial Aid within the first term of enrollment.

Community College Chancellor’s Leadership Class

  • Award Amount: $1,000 (first year only).
  • Eligibility: Students demonstrating strong leadership; must be selected by university committee.
  • How to Apply: Complete the Community College Transfer Scholarship Application by April 1.
  • For More Information: Contact the Office of Admissions, 662-915-7226, admissions@olemiss.edu.

Community College Student Body President

  • Award Amount: $3,000 ($1,500 per year for two years).
  • Eligibility: Community college transfer students who served in the top elected position at their community college. These scholarships are awarded to community college transfer students with 48 transferrable community college credit hours. Students must be enrolled full time to receive this award.
  • How to Apply: Provide documentation of status to the Office of Financial Aid within the first term of enrollment. Documentation may be faxed to 662-915-1164.

Community College Leadership Scholarship

  • Award Amount: $6,000 ($3,000 per year for two years).
  • Eligibility: Transfer students with at least a 3.0 GPA and 48 transferrable community college credit hours and an exemplary record of leadership and service. Must be selected by university committee.
  • How to Apply: Complete the Community College Transfer Scholarship Application by April 1.
  • For More Information: Contact the Office of Admissions, 662-915-7226, admissions@olemiss.edu.

Eagle Scout/Gold Award

  • Award Amount: $3,000 ($1,500 per year for two years).
  • Eligibility: Community College students who have achieved the levels of Eagle Scout or Gold Award.
  • How to Apply: Provide documentation of status to the Office of Financial Aid within the first term of enrollment.

Luckyday University Scholarships

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  • Award Amount: $9,200 (up to $4,600 per year).
  • Eligibility: Awarded to a select group of 25 community college transfer students with a 2.5 or higher overall GPA on at least 48 transferrable community college credit hours. Students receiving this award must be Mississippi residents and must be transferring from a Mississippi community college. In addition, students selected must have remaining financial need as determined by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) after other scholarships and grants have been awarded.
  • How to Apply: To be considered for this scholarship, transfer students must file the FAFSA by March 1 and should complete the Luckyday University tab on the Community College Transfer Scholarship Application by April 1.

Lyceum Scholars Awards

  • Award Amount: Full resident tuition per year for two years (fall and spring semesters).
  • Eligibility: Transfer students with at least a 3.0 GPA and 48 transferrable community college credit hours and an exemplary record of leadership and service. Must be selected by university committee.
  • How to Apply: Complete the Community College Transfer Scholarship Application by April 1.
  • For More Information: Contact the Office of Admissions, 662-915-7226, admissions@olemiss.edu.

Mississippi Community College Advantage Scholarship

  • Award Amount: $10,000 ($5,000 per year for two years)
  • Eligibility: Community college transfer students who are Mississippi residents with at least 48 transferrable community college credit hours and a 2.5 or higher overall transfer GPA. Students must be eligible for a federal Pell Grant and have a family adjusted gross income of $30,000 or less. This is a competitive scholarship, and 25 awards are offered each year.
  • How to Apply: Complete the Community College Transfer Scholarship Application by April 1 and the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by the priority date of April 1.

New Century Scholarship

  • Award Amount: Full resident tuition for two years (fall and spring semesters).
  • Eligibility: Transfer students with at least a 3.0 GPA and 48 transferrable community college credit hours and named a New Century Scholar. Nonresident students will receive an additional scholarship to cover their full nonresident fee for two years (fall and spring semesters).
  • How to Apply: No separate application required; Student must provide documentation of status to the Office of Financial Aid or fax a copy to 662-915-1164

Osher Reentry Scholarship

  • Award Amount: Up to $2,500 per year ($1,250 per semester).
  • Eligibility: Students who are pursuing their first baccalaureate degree; have experienced a cumulative gap in their education of five or more years since high school graduation or attainment of GED; are enrolled at least half time, are U.S. citizens between 25 and 50 years old, and have demonstrated financial need as determined by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
  • How to Apply: Complete the University of Mississippi admissions application and the online Osher Reentry Scholarship Application.
  • Deadline: July 1 to complete the Osher Reentry Scholarship Application, and students must have a completed FAFSA on file with the Office of Financial Aid. Priority date is June 1.

Sumner’s Grant

  • Award Amount: Up to $5,000 per year ($2,500 per semester).
  • Eligibility: Must be a resident of Attala, Carroll, Choctaw, Montgomery or Webster counties in Mississippi and enrolled in a degree program. Part-time students are eligible. Student does not have to be transferring from a community college.
  • How to Apply: Complete application online at finaid.olemiss.edu.
  • Deadline: Must apply before the end of the semester in which you would like to receive the award.

Nonresident Alumni Scholarship Award #1

  • Award Amount: $3,000 per year, per alumnus, toward out-of-state tuition
  • Eligibility: Nonresident students whose parent(s) received a degree from the university. Student does not have to be transferring from a community college. 2.5-3.49 GPA
  • How to Apply: Complete the Nonresident Alumni Award Application.

Nonresident Alumni Scholarship Award #2

  • Award Amount: $4,000 per year, per alumnus, toward out-of-state tuition.
  • Eligibility: Nonresident students whose parent(s) received a degree from the university. Student does not have to be transferring from a community college. 3.5+ GPA.
  • How to Apply: Complete the Nonresident Alumni Award Application.

Veterans Nonresident Scholarship

  • Award Amount: Pays for the full nonresident fee. Part-time students are eligible.
  • Eligibility: Awarded to students who have been engaged in and honorably discharged from active duty, for other than training purposes, in the U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines or Coast Guard. (Please note - Qualifying students will receive a Yellow Ribbon Nonresident Scholarship in lieu of the Veteran Nonresident Scholarship.) Student does not have to be transferring from a community college.
  • How to Apply: Contact UM’s coordinator of veteran and military services, 662-915-5021.

Military Benefit Nonresident Scholarship

  • Award Amount: Pays for the full nonresident fee. Part-time students are eligible.
  • Eligibility: Awarded to nonveteran students who receive veterans education benefits (as defined by the U.S. Code, Title 38) as service members or because they are an eligible family member with transferred benefits. These individuals will qualify for a scholarship that pays the full nonresident fee. (Please note - Qualifying students will receive a Yellow Ribbon Nonresident Scholarship in lieu of the Military Benefit Nonresident Scholarship.) Student does not have to be transferring from a community college.
  • How to Apply: Contact UM’s coordinator of veteran and military services, 662-915-5021.

Performance and Service-based Scholarships

For more information about performance and service-based scholarships, please contact the specific department of interest:

Music/Theatre/Art Scholarships

Department of Music: 662-915-7268
music.olemiss.edu

Department of Bands: 662-915-7390
band.olemiss.edu

Choral Department: 662-915-5115
choral.olemiss.edu

Department of Theatre Arts: 662-915-5816
theatre.olemiss.edu

Department of Art: 662-915-7193
art.olemiss.edu

Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) Scholarships

Department of Air Force/Aerospace Studies: 662-915-7357
Department of Military Science: 662-915-7085
Department of Naval Science: 662-915-5831

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Grants, Loans, Work-Study

Federal student financial aid eligibility is determined by the information from a processed Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Financial aid advisors are trained to review your eligibility and make the puzzle pieces fit as well as possible! These funds are meant to support your educational goals, so please make sure you consider all your school-related expenses, and budget accordingly. It’s important to plan ahead and develop your financial plan now.

State of Mississippi Financial Aid: Application available online at riseupms.com/state-aid beginning Oct. 1, 2016. Listed deadlines are subject to change. For more information, contact the Mississippi Office of Student Financial Aid at 601-432-6997 or 800-327-2980.

Grant Award Amount Eligibility Deadline
Mississippi Resident Tuition Assistance Grant (MTAG) Up to $500 per year for freshmen and sophomores and up to $1,000 per year for juniors and seniors Undergraduate Mississippi residents who are enrolled full time at an eligible Mississippi college or university.Cumulative GPA of 2.5 and 15 ACT (or 720 old SAT or 810 on the new SAT.) Must be enrolled in a minimum of 15 hours each semester. Sept. 15, 2017

Federal Grants: A form of gift aid, federal grants do not have to be repaid. They are awarded to students who have financial need as determined by a processed FAFSA and who have not earned a bachelor’s or a professional degree. Please see finaid.olemiss.edu for details.

Grant Award Amount Eligibility Deadline
Pell Grant The maximum award for 2017-18 is $5,970. Students may receive this grant for no more than the equivalent of six years of full-time enrollment. This award is an entitlement if you qualify. Any student working on his/her first undergraduate degree. The Office of Financial Aid determines the actual award amount based on enrollment status and expected family contribution (EFC). May submit 2017-18 FAFSA before June 30, but to receive funds for fall/spring, must submit it before the end of the spring semester.
Federal Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant (FSEOG) Grant amount varies; it is typically no more than $650 per year. The allocation is limited. Undergraduate students with exceptional need (lowest EFCs). May submit 2017-18 FAFSA before June 30, but to receive funds for fall/spring, must submit it before end of the spring semester. Due to limited funding, the fall/spring awards are typically expended by April 1.

Loans: Some families may need to consider student and/or parent loans to help meet the cost of attending the university. It’s important to understand how all types of loans work and what steps you can take now to plan ahead when it comes time to repay these loans. Always come to us with questions or to talk things through before taking out a loan. Please see finaid.olemiss.edu for details.

There are two types of Federal Direct student loans: subsidized and unsubsidized. They are both made possible through the U.S. Department of Education. Annual borrowing limits vary according to classification and dependency status, and are limited to the cost of attendance minus other financial aid the student receives. Students must be enrolled at least half time to qualify. Repayment begins six months after the student leaves school or becomes enrolled less than half-time. The interest rate has been fixed at 3.76 percent for 2016-17. Completing Loan Entrance Counseling and electronically signing a Master Promissory Note for these loans are required.

Federal Direct Subsidized Stafford Loan: Eligibility is based on a student’s financial need determined by the FAFSA. The federal government pays the interest for students while they have the status of at least half-time enrollment in school.

Federal Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Loan: Available to students regardless of income or need, but the student is responsible for the interest charges that begin to accrue immediately.

Annual Direct Loan borrowing limits for dependent and independent students (for definition of dependency status, please see finaid.olemiss.edu):

DEPENDENT STUDENT

  Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior
Subsidized $3,500 $4,500 $5,500 $5,500
Unsubsidized $2,000 $2,000 $2,000 $2,000
Total $5,500 $6,500 $7,500 $7,500

INDEPENDENT STUDENT

  Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior
Subsidized $3,500 $4,500 $5,500 $5,500
Unsubsidized $6,000 $6,000 $7,000 $7,000
Total $9,500 $10,500 $12,500 $12,500

Federal Direct Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students (PLUS): Parents have the opportunity to submit an application for a PLUS loan. If a parent is denied the loan, then the dependent student may be eligible to borrow up to an additional $4,000 in Direct Unsubsidized loans if a freshman or sophomore and $5,000 if a junior or senior. Students must be enrolled at least half time to be eligible. If a parent is approved for the loan, then the parent may borrow up to the student’s total cost of attendance less other financial aid received such as grants and scholarships. Please note that if one parent is approved and another parent denied for the same student, then the dependent student is ineligible for the additional Direct Unsubsidized loans per federal regulations.

Federal Perkins Loan: Long-term, low-interest loans are available to undergraduates who demonstrate exceptional financial need. Students must be enrolled at least half time to be eligible. Because funds are limited, award amounts usually do not exceed $2,000 per year. The interest rate is fixed at 5.0 percent, and does not accrue until repayment begins. Students must accept their Federal Direct Loans before they are eligible for this loan.

Federal Health Professions Student Loan: Loans of up to the cost of attendance are available to eligible pharmacy students who demonstrate financial need. The interest rate is fixed at 5.0 percent and does not accrue until repayment begins.

Nonfederal Private Loans: Private loans are available to students who are ineligible for federal student loans or who need more loan funds than the federal program can supply. Being approved for a private loan depends largely on the credit score of the borrower (and co-signer, if applicable). Private loan products vary significantly, and students should consider the terms and conditions carefully when selecting a private loan program.

Student Employment: Working on or off campus while enrolled in college will not only expose you to different people, build your resume, help you with time-management skills and provide you with leadership opportunities, but it could also help pay for your education.

Federal Work Study: Part-time employment of 10-15 hours per week may be available to students who demonstrate financial need as determined by a processed FAFSA. Jobs are available in campus departments and at approved off-campus sites. Please see our website for details: finaid.olemiss.edu.

Part-time Employment on Campus: Part-time jobs on campus are coordinated through the Student Employment Office. Financial need is not required for these employment opportunities.

Job Location and Development Program: This program assists students in finding jobs in the community. Financial need is not required to participate in this program that is administered by the Career Center.

Contact Us:
Office of Financial Aid
Monday–Friday, 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m. No appointment necessary.
257 Martindale
800-891-4596finaid@olemiss.edu
The Ole Miss Student Financial Services Help Line
(1-800-891-4596) accepts phone calls until 5 p.m. Monday-Friday.

Estimated Cost of Attendance 2017-18 Undergraduate • Full-time enrollment
Expense Amount
Tuition $7,950*
Capital Improvements Fee $100
Housing $6,079**
Food $4,422***
Books & Supplies $1,200
Personal & Travel $4,660
Total for Mississippi Residents $24,411
Additional Fee for Nonresidents $15,384*
Total for Nonresidents $39,795

* Pharmacy/Pre-Pharm tuition is higher. Please see our website for details.

** Double occupancy in a standard residence hall will be $5,042 in 2017-18.

*** Minimum meal/food plan is expected to be $3,029 in 2017-18, plus $500 for FLEX credits. Meal plans are not required for transfer students.

Note: These amounts are estimated and subject to change without notice. Please see our website for the latest cost estimates.

COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS

  • African American Studies
  • Anthropology
  • 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
    • Arabic
    • Chinese
    • French
    • German
    • Linguistics
    • Spanish
  • Music
  • Philosophy
  • Physics
  • Political Science
  • Pre-health Professions
    • Dental Hygiene
    • Health Information & Information Management
    • Medical Laboratory Science
    • 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 and Corporate Relations
  • 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
    • Biomedical Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Computer Science
  • Electrical Engineering
    • Computer Engineering
    • RF/Wireless
    • Telecommunications
  • General Engineering
  • Geological Engineering
  • Geology
  • Mechanical Engineering

MEEK SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM AND NEW MEDIA

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

SCHOOL OF PHARMACY

  • Pharmaceutical Sciences
  • Pharmacy

PRE-PROFESSIONAL AREAS

  • Pre-dental
  • Pre-law
  • Pre-medical
  • Pre-optometry
  • Pre-pharmacy
  • Pre-physical therapy
  • Pre-theology
  • Pre-veterinary medicine

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