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Study USA

 
Whether students are capturing biological field samples in nature or capturing the essence of a culture, the eye-opening experience of experiential learning will be on full display through the University of Mississippi’s Study USA wintersession 2018 classes. Read more. | See our latest Kudos
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Open for Dining

All food-service locations in the new portion of the Ole Miss Student Union – including Chick-fil-A, Panda Express, Qdoba, Which Wich and McAlister’s Deli – opened Aug. 30 to the University of Mississippi community.

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Get on the FASTrack

Will you be attending Ole Miss next fall? If so, consider applying to FASTrack! Foundations for Academic Success Track, or FASTrack, is a first-year learning community that helps students make a successful transition from high school to college. FASTrack students benefit from smaller and enhanced classes, individualized advising and mentoring, and a community of supportive peers. Check out this video to see what FASTrack students have to say about the program.

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Save the Date

Mississippi Outreach to Scholastic Talent, aka MOST, Conference 2017 participants returned to campus on Nov. 14 for an opportunity to reconnect with one another, mentors, and faculty and staff. They also heard from currently enrolled MOST 2015 and 2016 participants, met with representatives to learn more about their intended academic majors, attended a networking luncheon and toured Vaught-Hemingway Stadium. Rising high school seniors (Class of 2019), save the date for MOST 2018 … July 15-17! The application process will open in April 2018. More info coming soon! Check out highlights from the 2017 conference here.

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‘Do Uncomfortable Things’

Sharing moving true stories and stunning statistics, best-selling author and social justice activist Bryan Stevenson challenged University of Mississippi students to change the world around them during Fall Convocation on Aug. 22.

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BSU Turns 50

The Black Student Union, one of the oldest student organizations at the University of Mississippi, is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a series of special promotions and events scheduled through March 2018.

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Disabilities Welcomed

Before Valentine’s Day 2011, Rhett Unbehagen did not consider himself to be a person with a disability. But while running on his high school campus that day, the University of Mississippi student experienced a 70 percent loss in his lung capacity.

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State Flagship Stats

The University of Mississippi has registered 23,780 students across all its campuses, the state’s largest total enrollment, for the fall semester. This includes a freshman class with a larger proportion of Mississippi residents than last year’s.

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