Quick Reference Guide
Student Support Resources at Ole Miss
Academic Support Center
* 350 Martindale * 915-5970
The ASC provides professional advising and support for students who have not chosen an academic major as well as for those students majoring in one of the University's Health Professions pre-professional and degree programs.
* 303 Martindale * 915-7174
The Career Center assists students in making a successful transition from college life to the professional world.The Center provides educational services and activities that support the careerdevelopment needs of students from the first year of college through graduation and beyond, including one-on-one career counseling and assessment.The Center offers two career courses for academic elective credit (EDLD 201 and EDLD 301).
Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning
* 105 Hill Hall * 915-1391
The purpose of this unit is to promote exemplary teaching and effective learning at the University of Mississippi. They provide Academic Success Training (AST) workshops for students: http://www.olemiss.edu/depts/cetl/AST.html.
Department of Campus Programming
*419 Student Union* 915-1044
Serving as a programming resource for the University, the Department of Campus Programming often partners with campus organizations and departments to sponsor a variety of events and activities. The Student Programming Board (SPB) provides campus entertainment and opportunities for student involvement in programming. Multicultural programs, pageants, musical entertainment, special events and the movie series are among the more than 125 events sponsored each year.
Department of Campus Recreation and Ole Miss Outdoors (OMOD)
*Turner Center - Room 214* 915-5591
The mission of the Department of Campus Recreation is to provide positive recreational opportunities that promote fun, social interaction, student leadership, competition, instruction, health and fitness which enhances the learning experience of the Ole Miss community. OMOD is a multifaceted program offered through the Department of Campus Recreation that exposes participants to the great outdoors. OMOD emphasizes adventure, environmental awareness, challenge, education, personal development, safety, and fun with a variety of exciting outdoor activities and opportunities.
Equal Opportunity and Regulatory Compliance
*217 Martindale* 915-7735
The mission of this office is to ensure the university's compliance with federal regulations regarding fair treatment of faculty, staff, and students; to ensure equal employment opportunity and to ensure equal access to a quality education for students. EO/RC is also responsible for investigating complaints of discrimination and serves as a liaison between the university and federal enforcement agencies concerned with equal opportunity and non-discrimination.
*102 Johnson Commons*915-7423
The Ole Miss ID Center produces identification cards for The University of Mississippi students, faculty, staff, and community. In this site, you will learn essential information concerning the Ole Miss One Card, the University of Mississippi's official identification card. There is also a link here to the Ole Miss Express home page at https://olemissexpress.ugrydnetwork.
* Weir Hall * 915-5222
IT (Information Technology) supports Email, Web pages, and other applications that run on the University's campus-wide systems. Staff at the Helpdesk are available to assist students regarding software, hardware and networking.
J.D. Williams Library
*1 Library Loop *915-5858
This is the main branch and centrally located library on campus.Click ASK LIBRARIAN on the library home page to IM with a librarian about any questions you have regarding research topics, subject guides, or library databases.
Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs
* 233 Lyceum * 915-7705
The Division of Student Affairs works to create and maintain a living-learning environment that promotes leadership development, academic achievement, and responsible and engaged citizenry.The Division complements and enhances the academic mission of the University by providing facilities, services and programs to support students in their intellectual, personal and vocational growth.
Office of the Dean of Students
The Office of the Dean of Students is a multifaceted operation serving students, faculty and staff, parents, alumni, and the general public as the primary resource in addressing the issues of advising and directing individual students and groups; providing extra-curricular and co-curricular educational opportunities for students; facilitating policies and programs for the maintenance of campus order and the promotion of health and safety; and serving as a liaison between students, university faculty and personnel, and the public.
Office of the Bursar
The Bursar acts as the University's banker.Responsibilities include receipting and depositing University funds; assessing student tuition and other charges; preparing, mailing, and safekeeping student loan promissory notes; and disbursing student financial aid refund direct deposits and checks.
Office of Campus Sustainability and Ole Miss Green Initiative
This office integrates sustainability principles throughout the University and collaborates with sustainability education and research programs across the campus.Contact the office to learn about volunteer and internship opportunities.
Office of Financial Aid
* 257 Martindale * 1-800-891-4596
The Office of Financial Aid is committed to helping students and their families obtain all available resources for financing the costs of attending the University.These resources include four basic types of student financial aid:scholarships, grants, loans and part-time employment.
Office of International Programs
* 331 Martindale * 915-7404
The OIP offers a wide variety of services to international students, faculty, researchers and staff.This office provides specific useful information about admissions, financial aid, international document processing and health insurance.The OIP presents a wide variety of events that introduce Ole Miss students to the richness and diversity of our international community.
Office of the Registrar
* 104 Martindale * 915-7792
The Office of the Registrar is the academic record-keeper for the University.The Registrar can provide students copies of transcripts, proof of enrollment, and letters of good standing.
Office of Student Disability Services
* 234 Martindale * 915-7128
Various services and materials are provided to eligible students for the purpose of allowing equal access to education. Eligible students must complete an intake form for verification at least two weeks prior to the first day of class.
Ole Miss Dining and Meal Plans
This site provides a wealth of information and a map showing the various locations on campus for student dining.There is additional important information on the various cost-saving meal plans that are available to our freshman resident students.
Psychological Services Center
* G-382 Kinard Hall * 915-7385
This center provides diagnostic services such as evaluation of learning difficulties, attention problems, emotional problems, developmental delay, and impairment following brain surgery. Client fees are on a sliding scale.
Student Housing and Residence Life
* Lester Hall * 915-7328
Student Housing and Residence Life serves the on-campus housing needs of students. They also offer academic tutoring (http://www.olemiss.edu/depts/stu_housing/ed_support.html) in Martin/Stockard Halls.
UM Box Office
*301-B Student Union* 915-7411
The University of Mississippi Box Office is located in the Student Union Building and provides ticketing services for non-athletic productions and events held on campus. Additionally, the Box Office processes reservation requests for many campus venues as well as offering ticketing services for off campus events.
University Counseling Center
* Corner of All American Drive and Poole Drive *915-3784
The University Counseling Center assists students, faculty and staff with many types of life stressors which interrupt day-to-day functioning.Professional services include crisis intervention, individual psychological counseling, support groups, meditation groups, substance abuse counseling, and wellness programs. Student services are free and confidential.
University Health Services
* V.B Harrison * 915-7274
The Student Health Center is staffed by Family Practice and Internal Medicine physicians and Family Nurse Practitioners.The Center provides acute care for students.
University Police Department (UPD)
*Kinard Hall, Wing C, 322*915-7234
The five divisions which compose the University Police Department-patrol, investigation, crime prevention,security staff, and traffic/support-are an integrated team striving to achieve excellence in police protection and to ensure a high quality of student-faculty life by promoting a tranquil, safe atmosphere conducive to the objectives of the University.
Violence Prevention Office and the Green Dot Strategy
*208 Odom Hall* 915-1059
The Violence Prevention Office promotes awareness of the realities of dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking. The program also provides education and training for students, faculty and staff concerning these topics. Additionally, the program serves as a resource for victims and as a liaison between university departments and local resource groups.
* John D. Williams Library, Suite 310 * 915-7689
The Writing Center is part of the Center for Writing and Rhetoric and employs more than a dozen consultants to read and critique students' written assignments.The consultants also offer undergraduate workshops and provide assistance with word processing and other software programs.