The University of Mississippi!

Dear Parents,

Carolina Orrego

Carolina Orrego

Spring is here, which means students are spending more time in the Grove, enjoying warm, Southern breezes, and flowers and trees are starting to bloom all over campus. Hopefully, all of your students will have a relaxing spring break and will be refreshed and ready to finish out the semester.

I am keeping my letter short this newsletter since we have a few extra features in this issue, including an article about the great work Mississippi Teacher Corps graduates are doing, a profile of a geological engineering student and a reprint of an article that ran in U.S. News & World Report, which provides steps parents can take when their students fail a class.

As always, call us, write us, and give us your feedback. We love hearing from you, and so do your students!

Warmest regards,

Carolina Orrego
Assistant Director of Enrollment Services

3 Steps to Take if Your College Student Fails a Class

Parents can be supportive when grades aren’t up to par but should avoid overstepping, experts say. Read More…

From ‘Failing’ to ‘Successful’

A Mississippi high school’s progress is rewarding for students, Teacher Corps trainees. Read More…

Student Profile

Geological engineering major aims for life outside the office. Read More…

Parents Leadership Circle Donors

View Parents Leadership Circle donors. Read More…

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