1806 University Crescent, Oxford, Mississippi, USA | Public University | Established 1848
Founded in 1848, the University of Mississippi, affectionately known to alumni, students and friends as Ole Miss, is Mississippi's flagship university. Included in the elite group of R-1: Doctoral Universities - Highest Research Activity by the Carnegie Classification, it has a long history of producing leaders in public service, academics and business. With more than 24,000 students, Ole Miss is the state's largest university and is ranked among the nation's fastest-growing institutions. Its 15 academic divisions include a major medical school, nationally recognized schools of accountancy, law and pharmacy, and the Sally McDonnell Barksdale Honors College, renowned for a blend of academic rigor, experiential learning and opportunities for community action.
At the University of Mississippi, we are committed to producing well-rounded individuals who are committed to scholarship and leadership of others. To get the most out of your time on campus, we encourage you to get involved with campus life and throughout the Oxford and Lafayette County communities. From cheering on the Rebels in Vaught-Hemingway Stadium on Saturday afternoons to serving those in need at the Ole Miss Food Bank, the social programs and service opportunities available to our students are unparalleled.
Why The University of Mississippi
Web-based services provide instant, 24/7 access to vital information, enabling students to apply for admission, register for classes, check grades, pay bills and submit class assignments online. Students and faculty have access to millions of library materials via the Internet. Each residence hall room includes a direct connection to the campus network as well as wireless service, and many public areas on campus provide wireless service. The University of Mississippi libraries, which include the main J.D. Williams Library and the Science Library, house nearly 4.43 million volumes of books and journals. They also provide access to more than 214 electronic databases, 135,210 electronic journals and 814,143 electronic books. The J.D. Williams Library boasts several noteworthy features: for example a world-renowned Special Collections Department which includes the papers of significant Southern authors, Mississippi Civil Rights Movement leaders, the Blues Archive, Modern Political Archive and Southern Media Archive, as well as the national library of the accountancy profession.
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