Your legacy is defined by vision and commitment. We’re defined by students like you. Take your junior- and senior-level credits at Ole Miss-Grenada and earn your bachelor’s degree in one of 6 programs offered on campus.
Students who have successfully completed undergraduate course work at another university or who have earned an associate’s degree intended to transfer to a four-year school are a perfect fit for Ole Miss-Grenada.
Review our program list and curriculum sheets to confirm your previous course work will apply. These sheets will give you an idea of what a bachelor’s program will require. Our admissions counselors can also review your previous transcripts to confirm what course work will transfer.
Our 2021 Transfer Guide might also be helpful. It includes information about scholarships and student services, as well as details students have told us are important for them to know before applying to our programs.
Fall semester is right around the corner. If you’re ready to go, submit an online application and review available scholarships today. Once your application is submitted, one of our admissions counselors will be in touch to walk you through some follow-up steps.
If you’re not sure about starting in Fall 2021 or want to have your previous transcripts reviewed before paying an application fee, you can fill out our form to request more information or contact our admissions counselor to set up a meeting.
We understand that sometimes it’s helpful to have a conversation before jumping into such a big decision. Our advising team is here to help you through the process. Depending on your question, there is a staff member ready with an answer.
We’re close, affordable, and flexible, but according to our students and alumni, earning a degree at the Ole Miss-Grenada campus is more than just a transaction. Discover your why in their stories.
LaTosha Whaley (Multi-Disciplinary Studies, 2022) values a location that “has given me the flexibility I needed to maintain that delicate balance between school, work, and family.”
Allyssa Cook (Education, 2022) values the people she met along the way “who have all made sure I never felt along in this journey. There is always someone to help you.”
Ryan Melton (Education, 2010) had a group of classmates that “walked through the program together. It truly is like a family.”