To connect with an undergraduate or a graduate program advisor, click request info and choose your program of interest.
We believe in equal educational opportunities and a welcoming academic, physical and social environment for all students with disabilities. Student Disability Services (SDS) assists the University in fulfilling its commitment to educate and serve students with disabilities.
To request services and learn what documentation you will need to provide, visit the Student Disability Services website or call 662-915-7218 (voice) or 662-638-0379 (video phone). You can also email SDS at firstname.lastname@example.org. Once you have registered for services, the Disability Resource Center will ensure that the necessary technology and accommodations are made for you.
The Career Center’s website contains information on upcoming events like career fairs and networking opportunities that may be of interest.
UM Library Access
Online learners needing to access electronic resources off campus should use the University of Mississippi Libraries Website. You will need to use your Ole Miss Web ID and password to access databases and other e-resources. More information is available at Library Online Learning Resources.
How to Schedule an Exam
Some instructors may require their online students to take proctored exams. If this is the case, students close to a UM campus are encouraged to schedule an appointment for a proctored exam at the Oxford or regional campuses.
Students will need to contact their instructor about alternate testing options available to them if they live outside the area or cannot take the exam during the times available. The use of Respondus LockDown Browser or ProctorU is at the discretion of the instructor as a means of alternate proctored testing. Students are responsible for any fees associated when using the ProctorU platform for testing.
Contact the Distance Education Testing Lab staff at email@example.com for more information about testing.
The University of Mississippi seeks to resolve concerns and complaints in a fair and prompt manner. Current or future UM students who have a complaint may submit their concerns to the appropriate department. Before pursuing external options, students should exhaust internal avenues of complaint resolution.
The university’s IT services keep an updated list of computer recommendations and special technical considerations for online learners.