|First Summer||Second Summer||August Intersession||August Intersession Internationals|
|Deadline to Apply||May 15||June 15||July 15||May 30|
|Move-In*||May 28, 2018||June 27, 2018||July 29, 2018||July 28, 2018|
|Classes Begin||May 29, 2018||June 28, 2018||July 30, 2018||July 30, 2018|
|Final Exams||June 25-26, 2018||July 26-27, 2018||August 11, 2018||August 11, 2018|
|Move-Out*||June 26, 2018||July 27, 2018||August 11, 2018||August 11, 2018|
*See “Housing” section for details.
International recently admitted students are welcome to participate in JumpStart but due to visa restrictions, F1 visa holder students are only eligible to participate in the August Intersession. If a student holds a visa different from an F1, he/she may be eligible to participate in other sessions. Please contact us at email@example.com for more information.
JumpStart students are REQUIRED to live in designated residence halls during each session. JumpStart students must sign up for Summer Housing on my.olemiss.edu. This application is separate from the online JumpStart Application.
For any questions, requests, or more information on Summer Student Housing, please visit the Department of Student Housing's website at studenthousing.olemiss.edu.
Jumpstart students are automatically enrolled in a Summer Meal Plan through the ID Center and Ole Miss Dining Services. This plan will be loaded on the student's Ole Miss ID card.
The Summer Meal Plan includes:
|First and Second Summer||August Intersession|
|Meals at Rebel Market||21||10|
The above meal plan will NOT cover all of a student's meals for the summer. It is encouraged that students come with extra money available for food purchases. Meal Plans may be supplemented if the student and/or parent deems necessary through the Ole Miss ID Center.
For more information, please visit the Ole Miss ID center's website at http://idcenter.olemiss.edu/.
As University students, JumpStart students have access to the Student Health Center in the V.B. Harrison Building on campus. The Student Health Center offers a range of services to UM students. For more information, please visit healthcenter.olemiss.edu/.[an error occurred while processing this directive]
International students have to obtain two weeks of additional health insurance coverage. The cost of the extra month is about $165 USD, the student actual cost will be prorated based on arrival date
JumpStart KickOff is a program orientation that is MANDATORY for JumpStart students. During KickOff, students will learn about program expectations, meet their JumpStart Leader, and get to know other students in the program.
JumpStart KickOff is NOT Ole Miss Freshmen Orientation, which is required before starting Fall semester.
SkillStart is a series of seminars, panels, and hands-on programming design to build study, time management, leadership, and team-building skills. These sessions are led by UM faculty, staff, and student leaders.
Sessions are held every Tuesday and Thursday at 5:00 p.m. Attendance is MANDATORY.
Presenters include University Police Department (UPD), Student Health Center, Counseling Center, Greek Like, Student Leadership Organizations, and more.
Let’s face it, college is NOT high school. Study habits formed during high school will not be the same as what is required for college studies. We want all of our students to get on the right foot and start forming good study habits.
JumpStart requires students to attend a proctored study hall for five (5) hours per week.
Need Tutoring: JumpStart can arrange for a tutor is struggling in a subject.
EDHE 105 – First Year Experience*
EDHE 105 is the University of Mississippi’s freshman year experience course designed to introduce students to University history and traditions, build skills in studying and time management, and educate on the overall well-being of a college student.
Students will be automatically registered for EDHE 105.
*Not required for JumpStart students in FASTrack or intensive modern language programs
JumpStart students are able to take any college course offered by the University of Mississippi provided they meet any pre-requisites for the course. Below is a listing of courses recommended by our office. Please check with your advisor before enrolling in any class to make sure it fits with your degree program.
BISC 102/103 - Inquiry into Life (Lecture/Lab)
CHEM 105/115 - General Chemistry I (Lecture/Lab)
MATH 115 - Elementary Statistics
MATH 121 - College Algebra
MATH 123 - Trigonometry
MATH 125 - Basic Math for Science and Engineering
HIS 101 - History of Europe to 1648
HIS 102 - History of Europe since 1648
HIS 105 - The United States to 1877
HIS 106 - The United States since 1877
PHIL 101 - Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL 103 - Logic: Critical Thinking
REL 101 - Introduction to Religion
POL 101 - Introduction to American Politics
PSY 201 - General Psychology
PSY 202 - Elementary Statistics
ANTH 101 - Introduction to Anthropology
SOC 101 - Introductory Sociology I
MUS 103 - Introduction to Music
DANC 200 - Dance Appreciation
THEA 201 - Appreciation of the Theatre
AH 201 - History of Art I
AH 202 - History of Art II
ASTR - Astronomy I
LA 201 - Introduction to Law
SPCH 102 - Fundamentals of Public Speaking
SPCH 105 - Business and Professional Speech
Students that do not have a 17 ACT or 400 SAT subject area score are required to take a DS course in that subject. Students below 19 ACT or 450 SAT subject area score are recommended to enroll in a DS course
Contact the Developmental Studies Office at (662) 915-7456 for more info.
Students are assigned to a JumpStart leader that will mentor and serve as their guide throughout the program. JumpStart Leaders are student leaders specially trained to aid in the transition of our students into college life.
JumpStart Leaders organize a variety of activities for students to learn more about student life and living in Oxford.