Orientation

The University of Mississippi!

Dear Parents,

Carolina Orrego

Carolina Orrego

Fall is definitely here. The leaves are changing color on campus, and the weather is turning chilly. This just means our students are anxious to head home for Thanksgiving and enjoy a much needed break. Hopefully, all of your students will have a relaxing time with you and be refreshed and ready to finish out the semester.

I am keeping my letter short in this newsletter since we have a few extra features in this issue, including an article about what to expect from your students as they head home for the holidays, a profile of a student who received a Presidential Scholarship at a national convention, and a letter from some of our student leaders in response to the events that took place on our campus last week.

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 for Orientation and Parent Programs


An open letter to students, faculty and alumni of the University of Mississippi:

I’m sure many of you are aware of the unfortunate incidents that took place on our campus on Nov. 6. The hateful and small-minded actions of a handful of students caused pain and fear among fellow students as well as humiliation and embarrassment for our institution. Read More…


UM student appointed to national board

Margaret Ann Morgan, a senior journalism major from McComb, has been appointed as the student board member for the Order of Omega, a Greek leadership honor society that includes more than 450 chapters nationwide. Read More…


Pharmacy student recognized at national convention

The National Community Pharmacists Association Foundation selected Samantha Arrants to receive a Presidential Scholarship and recognized her at an awards ceremony Oct. 14, during NCPA’s annual convention in San Diego. Read More…


They’re Back!

Most students are eager for an extended break from college life and look forward to time at home during the fall holidays. Students typically anticipate the comforts and privacy of their old bedrooms and baths, favorite home-cooked meals, and plenty of time for sleep and hanging out with high school friends. Read More…

 

To see the full academic calendar, go to www.olemiss.edu/depts/registrar/acal.html