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Degree-Seeking Graduate Students

Students interested in seeking a graduate degree need to apply directly to the academic program in which they are interested. The School will provide you with University and degree admission requirements. A complete listing of Schools offering degree programs through Ole Miss Online is available in Degrees and Programs. Application and capital improvements fees will apply.

Notes:

Transcript Requirements
Ask the degree-granting institution to send transcripts to:

The University of Mississippi
Graduate School
100 Graduate House
University, MS 38677

Enrollment forms will be processed after the transcript is received.

If the undergraduate degree is from UM, or if an official copy of the bachelor's degree transcript is already on file, additional information is not necessary.

Degree-Seeking Undergraduate Students

Students interested in seeking an undergraduate degree apply directly to the academic program of interest. The School will provide you with University and program admission requirements. For a list of Schools offering undergraduate degree programs through Ole Miss Online visit Degrees and Programs. Application and capital improvements fees will apply.

Notes:

Transcript Requirements
To receive undergraduate credit at the University of Mississippi, students are required to provide transcripts from all accredited high schools and regionally accredited institutions attended. Ask the degree- or credit-granting institution to send transcripts to:

Office of Admissions and Enrollment Services
145 Martindale
The University of Mississippi
University, MS 38677

All transcripts must include the official degree or credit conferred and the date awarded. Enrollment forms will be processed after transcripts are received.

Non/Degree-Seeking Graduate Students

Students interested in taking individual university-level graduate (OSW) semester-based online courses (not part of an online degree program) must apply to the University to be admitted as a non/degree-seeking student.

Notes:

Transcript Requirements
Ask the degree-granting institution to send transcripts to:

The University of Mississippi
Graduate School
100 Graduate House
University, MS 38677

Enrollment forms will be processed after the transcript is received.

If the undergraduate degree is from UM, or if an official copy of the bachelor's degree transcript is already on file, additional information is not necessary.

Non/Degree-Seeking Undergraduate Students

Students interested in taking individual university-level (OSW) semester-based online courses (not part of an online degree program) must apply to the University to be admitted as a non/degree-seeking student.

Notes:

Transcript Requirements
Non/degree-seeking students are required to provide transcripts from all accredited high schools and regionally accredited institutions attended. Ask the degree- or credit-granting institution to send transcripts to:

Office of Admissions and Enrollment Services
145 Martindale
The University of Mississippi
University, MS 38677

All transcripts must include the official degree or credit conferred and the date awarded. Enrollment forms will be processed after transcripts are received.

Self-Paced iStudy Courses

You do not have to be admitted to the University of Mississippi to enroll in a self-paced iStudy course. Just access the iStudy Course Application Form, complete ALL pages and sign it. If you are an Ole Miss student, you must have your Academic Dean's office approve and sign your application. Once you have the appropriate signatures, deliver your application to the iStudy office in one of the following ways:

Degrees and Courses

Ole Miss Online houses all accredited online degrees and courses offered through the University of Mississippi. The online format is accessible and flexible, offering students the same quality educational experience as the University's on-campus programs. Learn More »

Online Bulletin

The School of Education's Child Advocacy and Play Therapy Institute offers the nation's first degree program in play therapy—a specialist's degree for mental health professionals and school counselors who have already earned a master's degree. Learn more »