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SCHS FAQ
SCHS 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 a college campus is like
  • discover what professors expect of students
  • explore the campus
  • learn to manage free time and study hours
  • build leadership and team skills
  • make new friends and contacts both in your area of interest and on campus
  • see and be seen by the Regional Admissions Counselor for your high school

Admission for SCHS is done on a rolling basis

Admission to SCHS

Who May Apply?

Students wishing to attend the Summer College for High School Students at the University of Mississippi must meet or exceed the following admissions criteria:

  • Applicant must be a student in good academic and conduct standing in the tenth or eleventh grade (Senior Classes of 2015 and 2016) at the time of admission. The school can be public, private, parochial or even home-educated.
  • Applicant must have permission to attend from his/her principal.
  • Applicants must satisfy one of the two admission options listed below:

    Option 1: have 14 CPC high school credits* (by the end of the current school year) and a minimum 3.0 GPA
    Option 2: at least a 30 ACT or equivalent SAT score and a minimum 3.0 GPA

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How Do I Apply?

For for the SCHS application click here. 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. The first round of acceptances is usually made at the end of February. Students will continue to be accepted on a first-come basis as long as there is space available. Each Program/Institute has a pre-set enrollment limit.

Application Deadlines
Session U.S. Applicant International Applicant
First Session
(May 27 - June 25)
May 1, 2014 April 1, 2014
Second Session
(June 25 - July 25)
June 1, 2014 April 15, 2014

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.

*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