The UM-DeSoto campus hosts an annual Career Fair in March of each year. Numerous employers from the area attend to meet with graduating students.
Information concerning resumes and interviewing skills as well as internship and job opportunities are located in the UM-DeSoto Writing Center located on the 3rd floor near the student lobby.
Contact Person: Christy Babb
The UM Counseling Center offers services designed to complement the University's academic mission by assisting students with their personal and educational development through a variety of psychological services.
A UM Counseling Center representative is available to meet with students, faculty, and staff free-of-charge at the DeSoto Center. Please contact UM student services coordinator Christy Babb for times and locations to make an appointment.
Contact Person: Christy Babb
The University of Mississippi is committed to ensuring equal access to an education for enrolled or admitted students who have verified disabilities under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA). The Office of Student Disability Services (SDS) provides reasonable classroom accommodations to verified students with physical and nonphysical disorders.
University policy calls for accommodations to be provided on an individual and flexible basis. It is the responsibility of students with disabilities to seek available assistance from the University by contacting SDS in a timely manner.
University of Mississippi students currently enrolled at the UM-DeSoto campus enjoy identical borrowing privileges and access to electronic resources as students currently enrolled on the main UM campus at Oxford. Included are books, music scores, DVD's, government documents, CDs, films, maps, etc. and online access to over 170 electronic databases, e-books, thousands of full text articles, online subject guides and research help.
Books needed from the UM-Oxford library are delivered by shuttle to the DeSoto campus each week (Monday- Thursday). Articles not available online but held in print or microform, can be scanned and emailed to UM-DeSoto students. Please visit the Interlibrary Loan program’s "Information for Distance Learners," web site and register for these services. An Ole Miss Photo ID with valid barcode is required.
Contact Person: Melissa Dennis
Math tutoring for finance, statistics, and other courses that require a strong knowledge of mathematics is available at the UM-DeSoto campus. Please contact the UM-DeSoto office for math tutoring hours and locations: 662-342-4765.
Printing to the UM Southaven student printer from your personal computer is easy using the Pharos Uniprint software.
In order to print from your own computer to the campus printer, you will need to install the "Pharos" pop-up software and printer driver. The same printing charges apply whether printing remotely from your own machine, or in the one of the student labs.
To install the printer on your computer, choose your operating system from the list below and follow the directions to complete the installation
Located on the 3rd floor of the DeSoto Center, the UM-DeSoto Writing Center is open to all UM students who need help with general writing skills as well as specific writing assignments. The Center is staffed by experienced consultants who have been trained to help others with their writing. Please visit the UM-DeSoto Writing Center Web site located here: www.outreach.olemiss.edu/desoto/current/writingcenter.html .
Contact Person: Jeanine Rauch, Director UM-DeSoto Writing Center
Though emailing in class is generally frowned upon, McKinley McCarty hoped for an exception when she learned that she had won the Columbus B. Hopper Scholarship.MORE
Come to the DeSoto Center lobby on May 10 and 12 from 3-6:30 p.m. to sell your unwanted textbooks.