the university of mississippi 2015-16 Facebook Thumbs Up CMYK / .eps FB: Ole Miss Orientation Twitter: @umorientation Instagram: @olemissadmissions freshman Orientation Schedule 1 FRESHMAN SCHEDULE Get Your Student ID: Monday – Friday 8:15 a.m.-4:45 p.m. ID Center located in the Paul B. Johnson Commons Building Blue–Student Sessions Red–Family & Guest Sessions Green–Combined Student/Family & Guest Sessions Freshman Schedule Day 1 Time 7:45-8:40 a.m. Student and Family/Guest Check-in (Residential College Courtyard) 8:45-9:45 a.m. Welcome to the University of Mississippi (Fulton Chapel) 9:45-10:40 a.m. Rebel to Rebel: Family & Guest Orientation Overview (Fulton Chapel) 9:55-10:40 a.m. Rebel to Rebel: Freshman Discussion Group No. 1 (Various campus locations) 10:40-10:55 a.m. Student Break (Student Union Plaza) 11 a.m.-noon Student Panel (Fulton Chapel) Lunch Rebel Market (Paul B. Johnson Commons) Noon-1 p.m. Lunch Rebel Market (Paul B. Johnson Commons) Is It Really Time to Say Goodbye? (Fulton Chapel) 1:05-1:30 p.m. Health Professions Advising Information Meeting (Fulton Chapel) Veterans and Military Services (not ROTC) (Student Union Ballroom) 1:35-2:20 p.m. Respect the M (Fulton Chapel - Grove Group) Financial Aid & Bursar (The Inn at Ole Miss - Lyceum Group) 2:30-3:20 p.m. Financial Aid & Bursar (Fulton Chapel - Grove Group) Respect the M (The Inn at Ole Miss - Lyceum Group) 3:20-3:30 p.m. Student and Family/Guest Break (Fulton Chapel Plaza & The Inn at Ole Miss Foyer) 3:35-4:25 p.m. Get Involved (Fulton Chapel) Responsible Rebel (The Inn at Ole Miss Ballroom) 4:30-5:20 p.m. Responsible Rebel (Fulton Chapel) Ask the Experts: Orientation Leader Panel (The Inn at Ole Miss Ballroom) 5:20-6:30 p.m. Dinner on the Grounds & Rebel Roundup (University Circle) 6:30-7:45 p.m. Family and Guest Reception & Campus Tours (Bryant Hall Lobby & Steps) 6:30-7:25 p.m. Rebel to Rebel: Freshman Discussion Group No. 2 (Fulton Chapel & various locations) 7:30-9 p.m. 2 Session & Location Orientation Block Party (Student Union Plaza) Group Name: Orientation Leader: Freshman Schedule Day 2 Time 6:45-7:50 a.m. 8:05-9 a.m. 9:15 a.m.-12:30 p.m. 9:20-9:55 a.m. Session & Location Breakfast Rebel Market (Paul B. Johnson Commons) ACADEMIC SCHOOL MEETINGS: Accountancy, Applied Sciences, Business, Education, Engineering, Journalism & New Media, Liberal Arts, Pharmacy, Undeclared/General Studies (Various locations – Meet at the Quadrangle outside Rebel Market) Academic Advising & Course Registration Various campus locations – Advising times/location will be distributed at the end of the Block Party or breakfast CAMPUS NETWORKING SESSION A Dining Services/Ole Miss Bookstore – Fulton Chapel Campus Safety – Student Union Ballroom University Libraries – Library Lobby (Starbucks) FASTrack (Student Union 405) 10-10:35 a.m. CAMPUS NETWORKING SESSION B Technology @ Ole Miss – Fulton Chapel Campus Employment – Student Union Ballroom Student Disability Services – Student Union 405 Writing Center - Lamar Hall, Suite B 10:40-11 a.m. Break (Student Union Plaza) 11:05-11:40 a.m. CAMPUS NETWORKING SESSION C Transportation/Parking Services – Fulton Chapel Getting to Know Your College Professors – Student Union Ballroom Career Center – Student Union 405 11:45 a.m.12:20 p.m. CAMPUS NETWORKING SESSION D All about Athletics Tickets – Fulton Chapel Diversity on Campus – Student Union 405 12:30-1 p.m. Student Housing (Fulton Chapel) 1-1:30 p.m. Ole Miss Send-off (Fulton Chapel) 1:30-3 p.m. Model Residence Hall Rooms Open for Viewing (Various buildings) We respectfully ask that all cell phones be turned off or set on silent or vibrating mode while you are in session. If you must make or receive a call, we ask that you leave the room or building during sessions and presentations to do so. Thank you for your cooperation! 3 ORIENTATION DETAILS Blue–Student Sessions Red–Family & Guest Sessions Green–Combined Student/Family & Guest Sessions DAY ONE 7:45-8:40 a.m. Student and Family/Guest Check-in 8:45-9:45 a.m. Welcome to the University of Mississippi Residential College Courtyard Pick up your orientation materials. Housing check-in: If you have decided to stay in the residence hall during orientation, make sure you check in at the lobby of the Residential College. Remember to check out prior to breakfast on the second day. Students: If you are planning to stay with a friend, make sure you both check in at the same time. Fulton Chapel You will be welcomed to the university by members of our student orientation staff and university administration, and will hear an overview of the day’s events. 9:45-10:40 a.m. Rebel to Rebel: Family Member Orientation Overview Fulton Chapel Members of the orientation staff will review the orientation schedule and answer questions, so hopefully you’ll feel a little bit more at ease with the process. 9:55-10:40 a.m. Rebel to Rebel: Freshman Discussion Group 1 Various campus locations (Find your group number outside Fulton Chapel.) Members of our student orientation staff will meet with you in a small group of students. Your leader will discuss student-support services and university resources. In addition, he or she will go over the orientation schedule, student handbook and other details of your session. This is your opportunity to ask important questions about your student transition to the University of Mississippi. 10:40-10:55 a.m. Student Break Student Union Plaza Take a break from the summer heat, and enjoy a refreshing beverage. 11 a.m.-noon Transition to Tradition: Student Panel Fulton Chapel Got questions for Ole Miss students? Want to hear about the REAL Ole Miss experience? Interested in learning how to get more involved? In this session, upper-class students will answer questions about involvement, leadership and service opportunities, and what it’s like to be a student on campus. *Session is MANDATORY. Your leader will be taking attendance. 4 Lunch Noon-1 p.m. Is It Really Time to Say Goodbye? Rebel Market (Paul B. Johnson Commons) Enjoy lunch in our Rebel Market, an all-you-can-eat dining facility. Fulton Chapel This session offers advice on helping your students make a successful transition to college. Topics covered include tips on how to make those “difficult” conversations with your student go more smoothly and how to help your student make the transition from dependent living at home to life as an independent college student. Even if you have older students in college, this is a session you don’t want to miss. This has been our top rated session by previous orientation parents. Lunch Rebel Market (Paul B. Johnson Commons) Enjoy lunch in our Rebel Market, an all-you-can-eat dining facility. 1:05-1:30 p.m. Health Professions Advising Information Meeting Veterans & Military Services (not ROTC) Fulton Chapel Learn about the UM Health Professions Advising Office, and hear more about preparing to enter a health-related profession such as medicine, nursing or physical therapy. This meeting is open to students from all majors who are interested in any health-related profession, excluding pharmacy. Student Union Ballroom Ole Miss Veterans and Military Services is designed to enhance growth at Ole Miss by reaching out to veterans, service members and dependents, and provide them with assistance, advocacy and counseling while they obtain a degree at Ole Miss. Topics covered are VA and TA educational processes, services on campus, student veteran organizations and upcoming events for fall. 1:35-2:20 p.m. Respect the M: How to Maximize Your College Experience (Grove Group) The Way to Pay at Ole Miss – Financial Aid and Bursar (Lyceum Group) 2:30-3:20 p.m. The Way to Pay at Ole Miss – Financial Aid and Bursar (Grove Group) Fulton Chapel Interested in how to effectively navigate college and maximize your experience while you are here? This session details the many benefits of being a college student here at the University of Mississippi, outlines expectations for college students, and reveals the different and diverse opportunities open to students. You do not have to figure this out alone. Secrets will be revealed! The Inn at Ole Miss Ballroom In this session, representatives from the Bursar and Financial Aid offices will discuss everything you need to know about scholarships, loans, grants, work-study opportunities, MESG, prepaid tuition plans (from all states), billing, full costs of attendance, the monthly bursar bill students receive and more. Fulton Chapel In this session, representatives from the Bursar and Financial Aid offices will discuss everything you need to know about scholarships, loans, grants, work-study opportunities, MESG, prepaid tuition plans (from all states), billing, full costs of attendance, the monthly bursar bill students receive and more. Respect the M: How to Maximize Your College Experience (Lyceum Group) The Inn at Ole Miss Ballroom Interested in how to effectively navigate college and maximize your experience while you are here? This session details the many benefits of being a college student here at the University of Mississippi, outlines expectations for college students, and reveals the different and diverse opportunities open to students. You do not have to figure this out alone. Secrets will be revealed! 3:20-3:30 p.m. Student and Family/Guest Break 3:35-4:25 p.m. Get Involved Fulton Chapel Plaza & The Inn at Ole Miss Foyer Join us to enjoy a refreshing beverage and snack, and cool down from the summer heat. Fulton Chapel Campus involvement is critically important to your success as a student. Come learn about the many ways to be involved through our 250+ student organizations and the three Greek life councils. Representatives from the Office of the Dean of Students will share why students who are involved are better students (as in higher grades). *Session is MANDATORY. Your leader will be taking attendance. 5 Responsible Rebel 4:30-5:20 p.m. Responsible Rebel The Inn at Ole Miss Ballroom During this interactive session, representatives from the Office of Conflict Resolution and Student Conduct, Oxford Police Department and Violence Prevention Office will share some of Ole Miss’ cultural realities regarding alcohol/drug use and violence prevention. Topics covered include UM policies on alcohol; the Two-Strike/Minimum Sanction disciplinary policy; making appropriate choices and reducing harmful outcomes; the GREEN DOT bystander intervention program, Title IX, and the importance of having a parent/student conversation after orientation about related behaviors before coming to college. Fulton Chapel During this interactive session, representatives from the Office of Conflict Resolution and Student Conduct, Oxford Police Department and Violence Prevention Office will share some of Ole Miss’ cultural realities regarding alcohol/drug use and violence prevention. Topics covered include UM policies on alcohol; the Two-Strike/Minimum Sanction disciplinary policy; making appropriate choices and reducing harmful outcomes; the GREEN DOT bystander intervention program, Title IX, and the importance of having a parent/student conversation after orientation about related behaviors before coming to college. Ask the Experts: Orientation Leader Panel The Inn at Ole Miss Ballroom Year after year, this is another of our top rated sessions for parents. This session features a panel of several orientation leaders and gives you the chance to ask any questions you want about the student experience at Ole Miss. This is an uncensored panel, and you’ll get the truth from our students about what life here is really like. It’s fun, informative, eye-opening, and you’ll be glad you went. 5:20-6:30 p.m. Dinner on the Grounds & Rebel Roundup 6:30-7:45 p.m. Family and Guest Reception & Campus Tours 6:30-7:25 p.m. Rebel to Rebel: Freshman Discussion Group No. 2 University Circle Come enjoy dinner on the grounds as we dine under the majestic oaks in the Circle. Join Ole Miss students, faculty and staff for great food and conversation. During and after dinner, stop by some of the many tables set up by campus clubs and organizations, and find out how you can get involved at Ole Miss from day one! Bryant Hall Lobby. Tours will depart from the front steps of Bryant Hall. Enjoy dessert and coffee, and meet with administrators, student affairs directors and staff, orientation leaders and other parents in the beautiful lobby of Bryant Hall. This is your opportunity to ask any unanswered questions and just relax. We also offer a walking tour of campus. Various locations & Fulton Chapel Get back into your small group in the Circle, review the day, go over how to register for classes, and participate in some activities with other orientation leaders and their groups. *Session is MANDATORY. Your leader will be taking attendance. 7:30-9 p.m. 6 Orientation Block Party Student Union Plaza Come enjoy a snow cone and music hosted by a DJ, and take some pictures in our photo booth. Even if you are not in the mood for a snow cone or pictures, this is a great way to socialize with the orientation leaders and new students. DAY TWO 6:45-7:50 a.m. Breakfast 8:05-9 a.m. Academic School Meetings 9:15a.m.- 12:30 p.m. Academic Advising & Course Registration 9:20-9:55 a.m. Campus Networking Session A Dining Services/Ole Miss Bookstore – Fulton Chapel Rebel Market Breakfast is offered in the Rebel Market dining facility and features hot and continental options. Good food, great atmosphere and time to read the morning paper. Various locations – Meet in the Quadrangle outside Rebel Market (You will be escorted by the student orientation staff.) This is your first opportunity to meet with officials from your academic school and hear about the academic requirements specific to your department. This includes the types of classes you need for your degree, number of hours required to graduate and the advising process. Various locations (Your advising time will be distributed at the end of the Block Party or breakfast.) Academic advisers have been hand selected to work with students during orientation. Our advisers are specifically trained to work with new students to help them select the right type and number of classes toward a four-year graduation goal. Adviser meetings typically last about 30 minutes and may be conducted in a one-on-one or group setting. After advising, you will move to the next phase of orientation – class schedule input at Weir Hall or FedEx computer labs. Various locations – Please select one of the interest sessions below to attend. In this session, you will learn the ins and outs of the required freshman meal plan, Flex and Express dollars. Campus Safety – Student Union Ballroom One of the hallmarks of our university is its ranking as the ninth safest campus in the nation by The Daily Beast online newspaper. At Ole Miss, campus safety begins with the relationship our police officers seek to develop with students. You will learn about how we keep one another safe. University Libraries – Library Lobby next to Starbucks Think the library is a boring place that no one uses? Think again! Our librarians help students at every stage of the research process. You can even get a latte in the library! This fun tour will show you what makes the library unique while also showing you firsthand why it is anything but boring. FASTTrack – Student Union 405 10-10:35 a.m. Campus Networking Session B Various locations – Please select one of the interest sessions below to attend. Technology @ Ole Miss – Fulton Chapel Laptop or desktop? PC or Mac? Software, hardware, connectivity, email, appropriate policies, Blackboard and much more. Come learn everything you’ve ever wanted to know about technology on the Ole Miss campus. Campus Employment – Student Union Ballroom It is no secret that many students at Ole Miss work. Come learn about the various opportunities to work on campus that you probably don’t even know exist! Gain valuable experience, meet people, and earn spending money while you are here. 7 Student Disability Services – Student Union 405 In this session, students and parents will learn about the accommodations that are provided to approved students with disabilities and the procedure to use when applying for accommodations. Participants will also have the opportunity to meet with SDS staff members and ask specific questions related to disability access at the University of Mississippi. Writing Center – Lamar Hall, Suite B The University of Mississippi Writing Center exists to help foster the improvement of student writing across UM’s campuses. Whether you are brainstorming for your first paper in Writing 101 or completing your senior Honors thesis, writing center consultants are here with open ears and open minds. Come visit us to learn more. 10:40-11 a.m. BREAK Student Union Plaza Take a break from the summer heat, and enjoy a refreshing beverage. 11:05-11:40 a.m. Campus Networking Session C Various locations – Please select one of the interest sessions below to attend. Transportation/Parking Services – Fulton Chapel In this session, you will learn about all issues related to parking and transportation on campus. This includes vehicle registration, parking-rules enforcement, bicycles, campus shuttle service, and the ZipCar and ZimRide programs. Getting to Know Your College Professors – Student Union Ballroom In this session, we will go way beyond “meeting your professors,” which, when you think about it, is not much beyond a handshake and introduction. Come learn how to facilitate positive interaction between you and the most important contacts you will have in college. Come with questions, and be prepared to be asked questions as well. We will discuss faculty expectations, how to be successful in building relationships, and what YOU should expect and demand from your professors. Career Center – Student Union 405 Do you think the Career Center is a place for seniors seeking jobs? Well, you are right, but it offers much more. The Career Center works with freshmen too, helping them to discover their interests, choose a major and find a job or internship. Additionally, its staff helps build your resume and will even take you through mock interviews so that you are prepared when the actual interview day arrives. Come learn how to enhance your college experience with the Career Center professionals. 11:45 a.m.- 12:20 p.m. Campus Networking Session D Various locations – Please select one of the interest sessions below to attend. All about Athletics Tickets – Fulton Chapel In this session, you will learn how to buy your athletics tickets, learn about the new incentives program and much more! Diversity on Campus – Student Union 405 Hear from student leaders about opportunities to meet students from diverse backgrounds and the numerous multicultural organizations and social opportunities available on the Ole Miss campus. This is also a great time to talk to student leaders from multicultural organizations and ask them questions about their campus experience at Ole Miss. 8 12:30-1 p.m. Student Housing 1-1:30 p.m. Ole Miss Send-off 1:30-3 p.m. Model Residence Hall Rooms Open for Viewing – (only opportunity available during orientation) Various locations Check out a room in the building that will be your home in fall 2015. The rooms shown are examples of the most common floor plans in each residence hall. Because we have elementary through college-age students living in our halls in the summer, we ask that you don’t enter our community bathrooms or other parts of the buildings. Don’t worry about measuring while you’re visiting. We have all room and furniture measurements online! Fulton Chapel In this session, you’ll learn everything you’ve wanted to know about living on campus. We’ll discuss preparing for move-in, the actual move-in event and life in our residential communities. Fulton Chapel We hope you enjoyed your orientation! Come to our send-off for an official goodbye from the orientation leaders and staff members. Residence Hall Showrooms: Brown 111 Crosby 149, 150 Deaton 108 Kincannon 122 Minor 114 (Burns and Pittman rooms are the same) Luckyday RC 250 Stewart 217 Hefley 105 Martin 201, 202, 203 9 campus map 10 No. n ding Locatio Building Name Buil 23 D-6 Accelerator (Physics and Astronomy) 40 F-9 Alumni Center, Triplett 9 D-7 Anderson Hall (Electrical, Chemical Engineering) 47 D-8 Athletic Ticket Office 44 D-8 Athletics Office, Intercollegiate; UMAA Foundation 35 F-7 Barnard Hall (ROTC) 37 F-8 Barnard Observatory (Center for the Study of Southern Culture) 96 E-5 Barr Hall (Research and Sponsored Programs) 192 C-10 Baseball Stadium (Swayze Field, Oxford/University Stadium) 219 A-3 Basketball Practice Facility and Offices 86 E-3 Baxter Hall (Telecommunications) 85 D-5 Bishop Hall (History, Student Media Center) 26 D-5 Bondurant Hall (English, Modern Languages) 121 E-11 Brandt Memory House (The University of Mississippi Foundation) 10 D-7 Brevard Hall (School of Engineering) 3 E-7 Bryant Hall (Classics, Philosophy and Religion) 204 D-12 Carriage House 8 D-7 Carrier Hall (Civil, Mechanical, Geological Engineering) 55 D-5 Center for Intelligence and Security Studies 221 D-7 Center for Manufacturing Excellence 51 D-8 Central Heating Plant 71 D-2 Chancellor’s Residence/Carrier House 83 E-5 Chapel, Paris-Yates 42 E-6 Civil Rights Monument 18 E-6 Conner Hall (Accountancy/Business) 14 D-9 Coulter Hall (Chemistry) 59 D-5 Counseling Center 4 E-7 Croft Building (Croft Institute for International Studies) 211 F-1 Daily Mississippian Printing Plant 125 G-10Depot 31 E-6 Deupree Hall (Political Science) 7 D-7 Engineering Science 97 E-5 Falkner Hall 38 F-8 Farley Hall (School of Journalism and New Media) 12 D-8 Faser Hall (School of Pharmacy) 45 D-7 FedEx Academic Support Center 126 E-10 Ford Center for the Performing Arts 214 B-1 Fuel Station 16 E-7 Fulton Chapel 82 E-4 Garland Hall 99 F-5 George Hall (Communication Sciences and Disorders) 21 D-6 George Street University House (School of Applied Sciences) 190 A-4 Gerald Turner Hall (National Food Service Management Institute) 88 E-4 Gerard Hall (University Communications) 191 A-3 Gillom Sports Center 19 E-6 Graduate House (Graduate School, Institutional Research) 193 E-8 Grove Pavilion 74 E-3 Guyton Hall (School of Education) 218 E-3 Guyton Hall Annex 33 F-6 Harrison, V.B., Health Center (Student and Employee Health Services) 137 B-8 Health and Safety 212, 213 B-8 Health and Safety Warehouses 81 E-4 Hedleston Hall 94 E-5 Hill Hall 17 E-6 Holman Hall (Accountancy/Business) 119 F-8 Honors College (Sally McDonnell Barksdale Honors College) 102 G-5 Housing Service Building 98 E-5 Howry Hall (Employment, Student/Faculty/Staff) 6 D-6 Hume Hall (Mathematics) 206 B-7Indoor Practice Facility (Olivia and Archie Manning Athletics Performance Center) 134 F-9 Inn at Ole Miss 222 A-1 Insight Park (University & Public Events) 36 F-7 Isom Hall (Theatre Arts) 223 F-1Jackson Avenue Center (Center for Mathematics and Science Education) 205 B-8 Johnny Williams Generation Plant 27 E-5Johnson Commons, Paul B., East 84 E-5Johnson Commons, Paul B., West (Rebel Market, ID Center) 24 D-6 Kennon Observatory (Physics and Astronomy) 220 C-3,4 Khayat Law Center (School of Law ) 89 F-4 Kinard Hall (Nursery School, University Police, Media and Documentary Projects, Mississippi Judicial College) 30 E-6 LaBauve Hall (Lott Leadership Institute) 138 B-8 Landscaping Services Building 140 B-8 Landscaping Services Storage 39 F-9Lamar Hall (Center for Writing and Rhetoric, Sociology and Anthropology, William Winter Institute for Racial Reconciliation) 95 E-5 Leavell Hall 115 G-8 Lenoir Hall (Nutrition and Hospitality Management) 87 E-4Lester Hall (Human Resources, Parking & Transportation) 22 D-6 Lewis Hall (Physics and Astronomy) No. n ding Locatio Building Name Buil 43 D-9, D-8 Library Annex 20 E-6 Library, John Davis Williams 93 E-5 Longstreet Hall (African American Studies, Social Work) 1 E-6 Lyceum (Administrative Offices, Sarah Isom Center for Women) 25 D-6 Martindale (Student Services Center) 80 E-4 Mayes Hall 32 F-6 Meek Hall (Art) 121 E-11 Memory House, Brandt 136 C-10 Merkel Building (Baseball Hitting Facility) 100 F-5 Minor Hall (Student Housing) 120 E-10 Music Building (Music) 201, 202 A-5 National Center for Computational Hydroscience and Engineering Annexes 1 and 2 188 B-4 National Center for Physical Acoustics (NCPA) 200 E-6 North Hall (Accountancy/Business) 124 D-11 Nutt Auditorium 29 E-6 Odom Hall (Legal Studies, Public Policy Leadership) 50 D-8 Old Power Plant 555 F-8 Overby Center for Southern Journalism and Politics 192 C-10 Oxford/University Stadium 79 E-4 Palmer/Saloum Tennis Facility 83 E-5 Paris-Yates Chapel, Bell Tower 193 E-8 Pavilion, Grove 2 E-7 Peabody Building (Psychology) 215 B-2 Physical Plant 139 A-8 Physical Plant Maintenance 208 B-1 Physical Plant Shops and Stores 78 E-4 Powers Hall (Information Technology) 196 A-5 Procurement Services Building 52 D-7 Rebel Shop 199 C-12 Rowan Oak 75 E-4 Sam Hall (University Communications) 11 D-8 Shoemaker Hall (Biology) 203 A-4 Small Business Development Center 187 A-2 Soccer Field 189 A-2 Softball Field 34 F-7 Somerville Hall 48 D-8 Starnes, Michael S., Athletics Center 209 C-1 Storage, University 15 F-7 Student Union (Food Court, Bookstore) 77 E-3 Supercomputer Center 192 C-10 Swayze Field Oxford/University Stadium 58 C-5 Tad Smith Coliseum 13 D-8 Thad Cochran Research Center (National Center for Natural Products Research, School of Pharmacy) 57 A-6 Track Facility 197 B-6 Track Offices 135 C-10 Trehern Building (Baseball Offices) 54 D-6 Turner Center (Campus Recreation; Health, Exercise Science and Recreation Management) 15 F-7 Union, Student (Food Court, Bookstore) 123 E-12 University Museum 92 E-4 Vardaman Hall 53 C-8 Vaught-Hemingway Stadium 5 E-8 Ventress Hall (College of Liberal Arts) 210 B-2 Waller Laboratory Married Student Housing 122 E-12 Walton-Young House 164-169B-3,C-3 28 E-6 Weir Memorial (Computer and Information Sororities Science, Academic Computing Center, 113 F-8 Phi Mu IT Helpdesk) 114 F-8 Delta Gamma 118 F-8 Kappa Delta 207 B-2 White, John W., Building (Physical Plant, 117 F-8 Delta Delta Delta Facilities Planning) 116 G-8 Kappa Kappa Gamma 20 E-6 Williams Library, John Davis 107 G-6 Alpha Omicron Pi 41 E-9 Yerby, E.F., Conference Center (Outreach and 106 G-6 Kappa Alpha Theta Continuing Education) 105 H-6 Pi Beta Phi 104 H-6 Chi Omega Residence Halls Fraternities 112G-7 Brown 60 D-5 Sigma Alpha Epsilon 110 G-7 Crosby (PakMail) 194 D-4 Delta Psi 109F-7 Deaton 67 D-4 Pi Kappa Phi 90F-4Guess-North 63 D-4 Phi Kappa Psi 68 D-3 Sigma Pi 91F-5Guess-East 69 D-3 Phi Delta Theta 111F-7 Hefley 62 D-5 Alpha Tau Omega 101G-5 Kincannon 198 D-4 Beta Theta Pi 103G-5 Martin 195 D-4 Sigma Chi 100 F-5 Pittman Hall, Burns Hall, Minor Hall 64 D-4 Pi Kappa Alpha 66 D-3 Sigma Nu 108G-6 Stewart 70 D-3 Kappa Sigma 103G-5 Stockard 72 E-2 Phi Kappa Tau 216 G-8,9 Residential College 76 E-3 Kappa Alpha 217 G-9Luckyday Residential College Student Apartments (Luckyday Support Program) 127-133 G&H-7&8 Northgate Apartments 11 Academic School Meeting Locations Accountancy: Conner 13 Applied Sciences: Student Union 405 Business: Holman 30 Education: Guyton 214 Engineering: Brevard 134 Journalism & New Media: Farley 123 Liberal Arts: Fulton Chapel Pharmacy: Thad Cochran Research Center 1044 Undeclared/General Studies: Union Ballroom Alma Mater Way down South in Mississippi There’s a spot that ever calls Where among the hills enfolded Stand old Alma Mater’s halls Where the trees lift high their branches To the whispering Southern breeze There Ole Miss is calling, calling To our hearts fond memories. The Creed of the University of Mississippi The University of Mississippi is a community of learning dedicated to nurturing excellence in intellectual inquiry and personal character in an open and diverse environment. As a voluntary member of this community: 12 I believe in respect for the dignity of each person. I believe in fairness and civility. I believe in personal and professional integrity. I believe in academic honesty. I believe in academic freedom. I believe in good stewardship of our resources. I pledge to uphold these values and encourage others to follow my example.
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