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1 Session I: May 29-June 26 Session II: June 27-July 27 SCHS Summer The University of Mississippi College for high school students offers high-achieving rising juniors and seniors a glimpse of what life on a college campus is all about plus: College Credit Hands-On Experience On-Campus Connections The Inside Track 1

2 Quick Facts LOCATION: OLE MISS in OXFORD, MISS. SCHS Student Profile: SUMMER 2011 PROGRAM TOTAL ENROLLMENT: 308 STUDENT TO FACULTY RATIO: 10:1 45% are male 55% are female ACADEMIC PROGRAMS: Art, Computer Science, Engineering, Health Professions, Integrated Marketing Communications, Intensive Spanish, Journalism, Legal Studies, Liberal Arts, PACE Honors AVERAGE ACT SCORE: 28 Total base COST: $2100 (information on page 18) 25% are from other countries 30% are from other states 46% are from Mississippi ON CAMPUS RESIDENCY: LuckyDay Residential College 19% are Hispanic 65% are Caucasian 4% are African American 2% are Asian 2 Scan this code or go to to watch a video showing what our summer college experience was like!

3 Contents Are You Ready? Invitation from the Director of the Office for Pre-College Programs... 4 One of the Coolest Travel & Leisure Magazine named Oxford one of America s 12 Coolest College Towns. Here s why So Many Choices Find a new passion, try something different, or get out of your comfort zone in one of our summer programs. Art Program... 6 Computer Science Program Engineering Program (Pre-) Health Professions Program... 9 Integrated Marketing Communications Program Intensive Spanish Program Journalism Program Legal Studies Program PACE Honors Program Liberal Arts Program Admission Who may apply? How do I apply? How am I notified of acceptance? Costs Costs include tuition, housing, books, course fees, and a required meal plan Home, Sweet Home SCHS participants call the Luckyday Residential College home Community Service Reaching out to others Calendar See how your time at Summer College will be spent

4 Are you ready?! That s a question we ask a lot here at Ole Miss. It s part of our school chant, and when we ask it, we re asking if you re ready for something exciting something fun something challenging. So are you ready? We re ready for you! On behalf of The University of Mississippi, I invite you to spend an exciting summer on campus in Oxford while earning academic credit at Ole Miss. The Summer College for High School Students (SCHS) is geared toward academically superior students graduating from high school in 2013 and As a participant in SCHS, you are admitted to Ole Miss, and most students earn between 4 and 7 hours per session of college credit in the program of their choice. In this catalog you re sure to find a program that meets one of your academic requirements, piques your creative interest, and allows you to connect with students who share common goals here in the US and from countries around the world. In 2011 we welcomed students from Greece, Venezuela, and Ecuador, as well as Mississippi, Tennessee, Alabama, Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas, and Florida. In addition, the Summer College experience enables you to get a taste of college life. Learning to live with a roommate, doing your own laundry, and managing your time are all part of going to college. Those who attend SCHS become familiar with campus life and then find the transition from high school to college much easier. Not only does this program challenge you academically, but we also have a variety of activities from which you can choose during the week and on the weekend. Your options are many, and like I said, we re ready for you. After you ve decided which program is the best fit, we ll be here to guide you through the application process. So I ll ask you one more time are you ready? Hotty Toddy! Cass Dodgen Director of Pre-College Programs 4

5 Oxford, Mississippi:One of America s Coolest College Towns Combining the wonderful charm and safety of a small Southern town with the multiculturalism and energy of a larger city, Oxford was recently named as one of America s 12 Coolest College Towns by Travel and Leisure Magazine. It has also been listed among The Best 100 Small Towns in America and is featured in the book Most Beautiful Cities in the South. Newsweek ranked the Ole Miss campus as the number 1 most beautiful campus nationwide. Here are some reasons we think Oxford and Ole Miss could be the perfect fit for you this summer. You can t beat our door-to-door hospitality, including airport pick-up in Memphis, orientation, introduction to the UM campus, and activities planned throughout your program to share our food, art, music, and literature. Large trees, lush green lawns, pretty blooms, and bubbling fountains make up our lovely campus, which has received national recognition as one of the most beautiful campuses in the country. Although the main campus comprises 640 acres, the layout of the academic buildings is compact, so you ll have plenty of time to get from one building to another between classes. Oxford is known as a hub of music, from honky-tonk to opera. Whether you favor blues, jazz, country, bluegrass, gospel, Southern rock, chamber, classical, or anything in between, you can find it at the Gertrude C. Ford Performing Arts Center on campus or off campus on the Square. Oxford is approximately 75 miles from Memphis (TN) and 170 miles from Jackson (MS), the state capital. The University is easily accessible from Interstate 55 and is less than a six-hour drive from such major American cities as Atlanta (GA), New Orleans (LA), Nashville (TN), Birmingham (AL) and St. Louis (MO). 5

6 Art Program The Art Program is for students with an aptitude or interest in art. Students that enroll in the Art Program will take one freshman-level art course and one art history course. The first course is ART 101, Two-Dimensional Design, which uses reading, discussion, and projects to introduce students to the studio method while exploring the fundamentals of two-dimensional design. The second course is AH 101, Introduction to Western Art, which is for all students interested in acquiring an understanding of the visual arts. It provides an introductory survey of painting, sculpture, and architecture in the Western World. Not all supplies used in the studio course are included in tuition. Because these courses are of an introductory nature, the Art Program welcomes experienced as well as beginning artists into the program. The program could also be a good fit for students interested in architecture, interior design, or graphic design. What You Don t Want to Miss: Visit with Art Chair Dr. Sheri Fleck Rieth Meet-and-Greet with UM faculty, staff, and students at Meek Hall Gallery Tours of Southside Gallery and the Powerhouse Memphis Art and Music Tour Did You Know? The University of Mississippi s Department of Art offers programs in art history, ceramics, graphic design, painting, photo/imaging art, and printmaking. Check out our undergraduates work at art/undergrad_artwork.html. The Mud Daubers are a group of advanced student ceramicists led by Assistant Professor Matt Long. They participate in various events such as the Double Decker Art Festival, Empty Bowls project, and Ole Miss Alumni projects throughout the year as well as host a fall and spring sale on campus. The Mud Daubers bring in many national and international visiting artists. 6

7 Computer Science Program The range of careers for students majoring in computer science continues to expand relative to the expansion of new technology. Students enroll in CSCI 111, Computer Science I, an introduction to computer science with emphasis on problem solving and algorithm development. Using a high-level, object-oriented programming language, students design, implement, debug, test, and document computer programs for various applications. For their second choice, students may select any course in the Liberal Arts Program that interests them. The program is designed for students with an interest in computers and technology. What You Don t Want to Miss Tour of the Mississippi Center for Supercomputing Research (MCSR) Visit with Dr. Dawn Wilkins, Undergraduate Program Coordinator Meet the faculty from the Computer Science Department Did You Know? A computer science education prepares graduates for some of the best jobs and careers today. CareerCast.com rated the 200 best jobs for Coming in at numbers 2 and 3 were Software Engineer and Computer Systems Analyst. Web Developer was ranked 15 and Computer Programmer 35. In the November 2009 issue of Money (see CNNMoney.com), ten of the top forty jobs are in the information technology sector. In the Computing Community Consortium blog post Where the jobs are, Ed Lazowska, after analyzing the November 2009 Bureau of Labor Statistics forecast of job growth, wrote, among all occupations in all fields of science and engineering, computer science occupations are projected to account for nearly 60% of all job growth between now and Enrollment in the undergraduate computer science programs at Ole Miss was up approximately 30% in Fall 2010 over Fall In these difficult economic times, students and their families are recognizing the value of a computer science education, said Department Chair Dr. Conrad Cunningham. Business and industry are looking to become more productive during this recession and afterward. Computing technologies are playing a large role in that effort, creating many future opportunities for computer science graduates. The UM Department of Computer and Information Science seeks to provide a friendly, supportive environment that enables all students to learn the fundamental concepts and skills of computer science. For more information on the program, visit 7

8 Engineering Program The Engineering Program is designed to expose high school students to a variety of engineering disciplines which will assist them in making informed decisions about possible college majors. Participants take ENGR 100, Introduction to Engineering, a course designed to provide students with an introduction to the problem-solving methods used by engineers to apply scientific principles in creating realistic solutions to everyday technical problems. Participants conduct experiments, learn the basics of engineering research, and complete projects (such as building a coffee maker or a trebuchet). The second course is ENGR 207, Graphics I, which covers microcomputer-based sketching and drafting, interpretation of graphics, flow-and-circuit diagrams, and graphical representation of data. The program is designed for the exemplary high school student interested in applied mathematics, science, and technology. The University Of Mississippi School Of Engineering is celebrating its 110th anniversary this year. Ole Miss Engineering is the oldest engineering school in the state. The University of Mississippi s Bachelor of Engineering (BE) degree has been restructured to give students a chance to tailor the program to their individualized career plans. A BE degree allows a high degree of flexibility for individualized interest to build upon a solid fundamental engineering foundation. Sound like something you re interested in? While you re on campus, visit with Marni Kendricks, assistant to the dean for undergraduate advising and BE program director. We ll help you make the arrangements to meet her after you get here. What You Don t Want to Miss Visit with School of Engineering faculty and staff Field trips, including Red Hills Mine and Power Plant Tour of the Center for Manufacturing Excellence Tour of the Toyota Manufacturing Plant * The ENGR 100 course fee is $100 (includes textbook) and is not included in tuition. 8

9 Did You Know? Pre-Health Professions Program The goal of the Pre-Health Professions Program is to provide a base knowledge in human biology using one of the University s freshman biology courses* and the accompanying lab. Students will also take a University health course that provides safety instruction and practice in the methods as prescribed by the American Red Cross. In addition to their coursework, students in the Pre-Health Professions Program will have the opportunity to meet local health professionals and administrators in order to ask questions and to network with people in the field. The program is designed for the exemplary high school student with a career interest in a health-related profession such as nursing, medical assisting, laboratory tech, etc. Eighty-two percent of UM students who applied to medical school in were accepted. Nursing and pre-med students enjoy exclusive advising by pre-professional staff members who know which professors have the best records of preparing students for the medical school entrance exam and the nursing evaluation exam. While on campus, SCHS Health Professions Institute participants have the opportunity to get the low down on exactly what is involved in preparing for a career in the health professions area and what is expected of those students who select this path. What You Don t Want to Miss Visit with pre-professional staff Networking with people in the field * Please note that this is NOT the biology course that students majoring in pre-med take during their freshman year at Ole Miss. 9

10 Integrated Marketing Communications Program The Meek School of Journalism and New Media is excited about its new degree in Integrated Marketing Communication. This summer SCHS is proud to add the Integrated Marketing Communications Program to our slate of offerings both sessions. Integrated Marketing Communication (IMC) is the coordination and integration of all marketing communication tools, avenues, functions, and sources within a company into a seamless program that maximizes the impact on consumers and other end users at a minimal cost. Participants will take IMC 204, Introduction to Integrated Marketing Communications, and IMC 205, Writing for Integrated Marketing Communications. The two classes will develop participants skills in accurate, forceful, vivid, and persuasive writing to Did You Know? advance a variety of IMC strategies such as advertising, sales promotion, public relations, direct marketing, database marketing, internet marketing communications, and relationship marketing. The IMC Program is a good fit for students considering journalism, public relations, business, or marketing. What You Don t Want to Miss Visit with Dean Will Norton Developing an integrated marketing communication plan for SCHS 2013 Creating video for the SCHS Web site Fieldtrips to Mid-South media outlets Two words sum up today s consumer market: unlimited choice. Over the past decade, companies have rushed to steal market share by creating an unending stream of new products to meet the desires of consumers. At the same time, media outlets have proliferated. Marketers are faced with the challenge of getting their message heard by consumers who are hard to find and even harder to influence. One thing is certain: Mass marketing no longer works. Marketers are no longer able to reach a mass market. Even if they could, there is no longer a one-product-fits-all mentality that would appeal to consumers. Marketers are shifting from mass marketing to more targeted micro-marketing because traditional marketing is much less powerful. You can t get a mass audience anymore. With thousands of print, radio, and cable outlets, the market is much more segmented. Marketers can no longer reach a mass market; they have to move toward micro-marketing. Marketing as a discipline is still very powerful, but the tools are evolving. To stay ahead of the curve, marketers are changing the way they think about doing marketing, and that shift has mandated changes in the way universities prepare students for futures in the field of marketing. That is why the Meek School of Journalism and New Media now offers a new degree in Integrated Marketing Communication. Sound interesting? Check it out this summer at Ole Miss. 10

11 Intensive Spanish Program In the age of a global economy and multinational corporations, the ability to speak more than one language drastically increases an individual s employability. To this end, SCHS has initiated the Intensive Spanish Program. The program is designed for students taking their first Spanish class as well as for students who want to improve their existing Spanish language skills. Students who have less than a 25 ACT/1130 SAT or lower and have completed less than two years of high school Spanish should enroll in SPAN 101 (3 hours): The introductory course builds reading, writing, and conversational skills for basic communication, and shares cultural and linguistic information about the Spanish-speaking world. Students will also need to enroll in a three-hour Liberal Arts elective. Students who have a 25 ACT/1130 SAT or higher are encouraged to enroll in SPAN 111 (6 hours): A hybrid class blending Spanish 101, 102, and a portion of 201 in one semester. The goal of the class is to develop proficiency in Spanish, including reading, writing, conversational skills, and to share cultural information about the Spanish-speaking world. Students who have completed two or more years of high school Spanish should enroll in SPAN 201 (3 hours): This advanced class focuses on developing proficiency in speaking, reading, writing, and understanding Spanish. Students are given cultural and linguistic information about the Spanish-speaking world. In addition to SPAN 201 students should enroll in a three-hour Liberal Arts elective. The Intensive Spanish Program is obviously a great fit for Did You Know? Through its Language Initiatives, The University of Mississippi offers incoming UM freshmen an accelerated minor in one of four languages. The Language Initiatives are offered through the Department of Modern Languages and the Study Abroad Office. Students in the program build their fluency in German, Russian, Japanese, or Korean through oncampus study and study in an international location. The program begins the summer before your freshman year at Ole Miss. Want to learn more? Plan to visit with Vanessa Cook, LI program coordinator, while you re on campus. students interested in the Croft Institute for International Studies, business, or education. However, liberal arts majors can get the first 6 of their 12 mandatory language hours. What You Don t Want to Miss Tapas on the back porch with Croft Institute and Study Abroad faculty, staff, and students An opportunity to learn more about the UM Language Initiative program The chance to room with a visiting student from a Spanish-speaking nation 11 11

12 Journalism Program It would be hard to find a better place to prepare for a career in journalism than The University of Mississippi. As one of the largest majors at Ole Miss, the School of Journalism and New Media enrolls more than 500 students each semester in classes ranging from writing to videography to design. Whether students are interested in a career in broadcast journalism, print journalism, or public relations, the School and its resources help students find their niche and excel. Students admitted to the Journalism Program enroll in JOUR 101, Introduction to Mass Communication, an introduction to traditional mass media (newspapers, magazines, television, radio, public relations, and advertising), the new media, and their importance to and impact on modern society. Students will also enroll in JOUR 102, Introduction to Multi-Media Writing, an introduction to writing for print and broadcast journalism with a major emphasis on language skills and style conventions. Do a little investigative reporting yourself this summer. In addition to their classes, participants in the SCHS Journalism Program have the opportunity to volunteer at the S. Gale Denley Student Media Center. You earn hands-on experience working with Newswatch 12 (the campus television show), Rebel Radio (the student-run regional radio station), or The Daily Mississippian (the award-winning daily campus newspaper). The Journalism Program is a good fit for students considering journalism, public relations, or marketing. What You Don t Want to Miss Visit with Dean Will Norton Developing an integrated marketing plan for SCHS 2013 Creating video for the SCHS Web site Hands-on experience working in television, radio, and print Fieldtrips to area TV and radio stations Did You Know? A University of Mississippi public relations instructor and 14 of her students competed against industry professionals and brought home the top award in a multistate competition. The campaign, called Diversity Rocks, won Best in Show from the Southern Public Relations Federation, an organization of more than 1,300 public relations professionals in Alabama, Florida, Louisiana and Mississippi. The SPRF Lantern competition, held yearly, recognizes the best work from members. 12

13 Legal Studies Program One component of the Legal Studies Program is LA 201, Introduction to Law, a course that serves as an introduction to legal terminology and reasoning along with an overview of the judicial system and its component careers. In addition to that overview course, participants enroll in PHIL 103, Logic: Critical Thinking, a course designed to instruct students in the principles and methods of sound reasoning with an emphasis on the analysis of everyday argument. PHIL 103 familiarizes students with the critical thinking process needed to prepare for and succeed in law school. The Legal Studies Program is designed for students with an interest in the law who envision attending Law School. Did You Know? prelaw Magazine lists The University of Mississippi School of Law in its top ten 2010 Best Value Law Schools. Says PLM s Rebecca Larsen, We crunched the numbers to identify the cream of the crop for value. While on campus, learn more about why we re the cream of the crop and get briefed on what you should know if you re considering a career in law. What You Don t Want to Miss Visit with Dean Richard Gershon Tour of Law School 13

14 Pace Honors Program * The granddaddy of all SCHS programs, PACE was initiated in 1980 and has helped hundred of students become critical thinkers, problem solvers, and communicators. Accepted program participants enroll in Honors 100 PACE Seminar, a 3-hour course based on Greek literature as a means for exploring the philosophical roots of Western man. By looking at Greek (and Roman) mythology, early Greek drama, and Greek philosophy, students discover the origin of most thought systems in Western culture. Participants master the factual information of the course, but they extend their learning to look at modern societal problems and to propose solutions. The skills emphasized in the course prepare students for participation in seminar courses such as those offered by the Sally McDonnell Barksdale Honors College. In addition to the PACE Seminar, PACE participants choose one other 3-hour course of their choosing from the Liberal Arts Program listing (see page 17). Students who choose to attend The University of Mississippi and are admitted to the Sally McDonnell Barksdale Honors College will be able to count the 3-hour PACE course toward their total required Honors College hours. The Pace Honors Program is an excellent choice for students interested in liberal arts, journalism, law, public policy and leadership, or social sciences. Did You Know? The Pace Honors Program also serves as an excellent prequel to Advanced Placement (AP) Literature and Composition. Think about pairing it with a philosophy, logic, or psychology course. If your high school doesn t offer Advanced Placement courses, check out our fully accredited Independent Study High School at We offer a number of AP courses including Literature and Composition. *June only 14

15 The Liberal Arts Program offers students an opportunity to explore the College of Liberal Arts and get a head start on satisfying college-level general liberal arts requirements. While the other Programs offer a specific focus, the goal of the Liberal Arts Program is to allow participants to investigate the subjects in which they are most interested. Participants in the Liberal Arts Program enroll in two 3-hour freshman-level courses*. Some courses are limited to students who have a 25 on the ACT (1130 on the SAT CR+M). The Liberal Arts Program is a good fit for anyone headed to college but is particularly attractive to the student who has not settled into one specific area of study. * Please note that some courses may have only one or two sections; this can cause a time conflict with another course with limited sections. Therefore, when making course selections on the application, participants should indicate their top 4 choices. Program Did You Know? Only 10 percent of US universities and colleges have chapters of Phi Beta Kappa, the nation s oldest and most prestigious honor society for liberal arts undergraduates. The UM College of Liberal Arts hosts the only chapter at a public university in Mississippi. Eighty-two percent of UM students who applied to medical school in were accepted. Nursing and pre-med students enjoy exclusive advising by pre-professional staff members who know which professors have the best records of preparing students for the medical school entrance exam and the nursing evaluation exam. Former politicians, including former governors, have come back to Ole Miss to teach political science classes. Several political science courses also include engaging in simulations of the US Congress and the United Nations. UM s very successful Creative Writing Program was named by The Atlantic Monthly as one of the five up-and-coming creative writing programs in the nation. The English Department attracts students from all over the South and beyond, and upon graduation English majors move on to prestigious graduate schools and law programs, into the worlds of publishing and journalism, and public service. Ten of the 14 most unique programs offered at Ole Miss are housed in the College of Liberal Arts, including Forensic Chemistry, Southern Studies, African American Studies, and Public Policy Leadership

16 Liberal Arts Offerings Participants will choose from this list if they enroll in a Program that has room for an elective (indicated in the Program description). Participants enrolling in the Liberal Arts Program will select two classes from this list. Please note that classes are available only if the Office of Summer School offers them during the appropriate SCHS term. Moreover, some courses may have only one or two sections which can cause a time conflict with another course with limited sections. All Liberal Arts Program students will receive a list of finalized courses when the University posts its Summer 2011 schedule in late March. No additional requirements to enroll in this level. HIS 105 HIS 106 MUS 103 POL 101 SPCH 102 United States to 1877 (3 hrs; offered in both terms): Political, cultural, social, and economic development. United States since 1877 (3 hrs; offered in both terms): Political, cultural, social, and economic development. Music Appreciation (3 hrs; offered in both terms): Study of elementary music elements and basic terminology; emphasis on identification of major music styles of Western civilization. Intro to American Politics (3 hrs; offered in both terms): Constitutional principles of U.S. governmental framework. Political participation, electoral processes, political institutions. Fundamentals of Public Speaking (3 hrs; offered in both terms): Fundamentals of organizing, preparing, and delivering speeches in a variety of public forums. Student must have a minimum 25 ACT (1130 SAT CR+M) or be approved by SCHS director to take this level. ECON 202 HIS 101 Principles of Microeconomics (3 hrs; offered in both terms): The nature of economics, economic concepts, and institutions; the role of the price system in directing the production of goods and services; distribution of income; and comparative economic systems. History of Europe to 1648(3 hrs; offered in both terms): Introduction to European history from the Classical era to HIS 102 History of Europe since 1648 (3 hrs; offered in both terms): Introduction to European history since MATH 121 PHIL 103 PSY 201 REL 101 SOC 101 IMC 204 College Algebra (3 hrs; offered in both terms): College algebra. Logic (3 hrs; offered in both terms): Principles and methods of sound reasoning, emphasizing analysis of everyday arguments. General Psychology (3 hrs; offered in second term only): Introduction: individual development, motivation, emotion, motor function, sensory and neural functions, intelligence, learning, perceiving, thinking, social behavior, and personality. Intro to Religion (3 hrs; offered in both terms): Survey of religion and of the major world religions. Intro to Sociology (3 hrs; offered in first term only): Concepts and methods necessary for studying society. Intro to Integrated Marketing 204 (3 hrs; offered in both terms): The basic disciplines of integrated marketing communications: advertising, sales promotion, public relations, direct marketing, database marketing, Internet marketing communication, and relationship marketing. 16

17 Admission Who may apply? Students wishing to attend the Summer College for High School OStudents at the University of Mississippi must meet or exceed the ne component of the Legal Studies Institute is LA 201, Introduction to Law, a course that serves as an introduction following admissions criteria: to Applicant legal terminology must be and a student reasoning good along academic with an overview and conduct of the judicial standing system in the and tenth its component or eleventh careers. grade (Senior In addition Classes to that of overview and course, 2014) participants at the time of enroll admission. in PHIL The 103, school Logic: can Critical be public, Think ing, private, a course parochial designed or even to instruct home-educated. students in the principles and methods Applicant of must sound have reasoning permission with to an attend emphasis from his/her on the principal. analysis of Applicants everyday argument. must satisfy PHIL one 103 of the familiarizes three admission students options with the listed critical below: thinking process needed to prepare for Option and succeed 1: have in 15 law CPC school. high school credits* (by the end of the current school year) and a minimum 3.3 GPA The Legal Option Studies 2: have Institute 10 CPC is high designed school for credit*, students at least with a an 25 interest ACT or in 1130 the law SAT who score, envision and a attending minimum Law 3.5 School. GPA Option 3: be accepted as a Dual Credit student (college credit from UM and high school credit from high school) by having at least a 2.5 GPA on 14 high school credits and permission from high school to take courses for dual credit; in order to use this method, student must complete and return the Dual Credit Application (available on the SCHS website); applicants using this option cannot enroll in a Program unless they meet the minimum ACT/SAT score. * The University of Mississippi counts high school credits that are part of the College Preparatory Curriculum (CPC). Most academic courses (including all core classes) fit this description. Examples of credits that are not counted include credit for sports and certain vocational courses. If you are unclear about what UM considers as the College Preparatory Curriculum, please visit the Admissions website for more information. How do I apply? Visit our Web site at and click Apply Now. Once admitted, there will be additional paperwork to secure a room in the residence hall, satisfy University health regulations, etc. This paperwork will be mailed to you along with your notice of acceptance. APPLICATION DEADLINES Session U.S. Applicant International Applicant First Session (May 29-June 26) May 1, 2012 April 1, 2012 Second Session (June 27-July 27) May 15, 2012 April 15, 2012 How am I notified of acceptance? When the application review process is completed, the Summer College Office will notify students of acceptance, along with instructions for completing the enrollment process. Admission is made on a rolling basis, with the first round of acceptances usually made in late February. Qualified students will continue to be accepted on a first-come basis as long as there is space available. Each program is limited in enrollment except the Liberal Arts Program, which has no limit, but individual courses may fill up. 17

18 Upon acceptance, every SCHS applicant must pay a nonrefundable registration fee of $100. This fee covers the University of Mississippi s one-time application fee and reserves a participant s place in the Summer College. Other costs include tuition, housing, books, course fees, and a required meal plan. Costs Registration Fee $ 100 Tuition 1070 Housing 500 Meals 430 Total Base Price $2100 Additional Expenses Books (Estimated) $ 200 Weekend Meals (Estimated) 200 Total with Additional Expenses $2500 Optional Expenses SAT Prep Class $ 100 Optional Excursions 100 Nashville/Graceland (2 nights)* 325 Grand Total with Additional and $3035 Optional Expenses Once accepted to The University of Mississippi, all SCHS participants receive a partial tuition scholarship valued at $ ($2,629 for non residents). Participants may be able to combine this with other academic or need-based awards. If you are interested in academic achievement or needbased scholarships, please include the application for financial aid in the application packet with your application submission. Finances should not prevent a qualified student from applying to the Summer College for High School Students. Also, if you have been offered a scholarship through the Office of Pre-College Programs, including the Office of Academic Competitions. Please notify us of this scholarship and we will be happy to honor it once we check our records. *Each session students will have the opprotunity to leave campus one Friday afternoon and head to the country music capitol of the world, Nashville, Tennessee. We will stay Friday and Saturday nights at the famous Opryland hotel and resort. Additionally, activities for the weekend will include a grounds pass at Opryland, a comedy bus tour of Nashville, a tour of the Country Music Hall of Fame, shopping at Greenhills Mall, and a Southern-style lunch at Monells on the Manor (an old plantation home). 18

19 Home Sweet Home The LuckyDay Residential College The LuckyDay Residential College opened in August Rooms are arranged in suites, each with its own bathroom. The state-of-the-art facility contains a dining room, library, computer center, and TV lounge and theatre as well as study rooms and classrooms. Situated behind the current Law School just off the Grove, the Residential College is conveniently located to the academic center of campus. Community Service within Summer College This year we are very excited to announce that Summer College students will have the opportunity to give back by volunteering with some community service projects. Students will be divided into communities according to the academic program that they enroll in. Throughout each session communities will participate in various competitions and activities. Students will have the option to participate in projects in the local Oxford community or in the surrounding counties every available Saturday and Sunday. At the end of the session each community will do a presentation on their community service projects. We are truly excited about giving back this Summer Lott I Move In 3 Oxford Community Service weekend 10 Nashville Weekend Trip 29 Summer- College I Move In 30 Classes Begin Oxford Community Service weekend Nashville Weekend Trip 9 Nashville Weekend Trip Memphis shopping, zoo, & Redbirds game Lott I to DC Lott II Move In 1 Oxford Community Service weekend 26 Session I Exams 27 Summer College II Move In SESSION II 28 Lott I back from DC Classes Begin Oxford Community Service weekend Memphis shopping, zoo, & Redbirds game Nashville Weekend Trip 15 Nashville Weekend Trip 14 Nashville Weekend Trip Lott II to DC 4 PM Dinner cruise on MS riverboat Lott II back from DC June July 27 Summer College II Move Out 28 *Details and cost information for the weekend trip to Nashville are on page

20 Summer College for High School Students (SCHS) at The University of Mississippi offers academically gifted juniors and seniors the opportunity to study in specialized programs take top-notch academic courses for college credit get a real glimpse at what life on an American college campus is like discover what university professors expect of students explore the UM campus learn to manage free time and study hours ask questions, seek answers, and make connections build leadership and team skills make new friends and contacts both in your area of interest and on campus Find us on Facebook Pre-College Programs P.O. Box 9 University, MS 38677

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