Important Dates and Deadlines
Regular Application and Paperwork Due: April 1, 2024
Supplemental Paperwork Due: April 1, 2024
Move-In: May 27, 2024
Classes begin: May 28, 2024
Final Exams: June 24 and June 25, 2024
Move Out: June 25, 2024 by 3 p.m. CST
The University of Mississippi is committed to making summer collegiate experiences affordable for students and their families. All admitted Summer College students receive full tuition scholarships from the university to encourage their participation in summer programs we know will have a positive impact on their later success.
In addition, all students selected for the Summer Language Institutes receive Outreach Scholarships of $1000 to assist with their program fees.
Program costs below are estimates and may not reflect actual costs. The following are based on 2023 costs.
|Primary Expenses||Typical Cost||What You Would Pay|
|UM Undergraduate Application Fee (one-time fee)||$40 (MS resident)
$60 (Non-MS resident)
|$40 (MS resident)
$60 (Non-MS resident)
|Capital Improvement Fee||$30||$30|
|TOTAL||$5,333-$7,666||$1,970 - $1,990|
- Estimated discretionary spending: $300
International fees and additional costs:
- International registration and program fee: $500
- Medical insurance and TB testing: $350
All students participating in Summer College are automatically awarded a UM Outreach Tuition Scholarship that fully covers tuition and non-resident fees (and international fees). All Summer Language Institute students receive an addition $1,000 Outreach Scholarship to assist in covering their program fee.
In addition to the UM Outreach Tuition Scholarship, we offer other types of aid.
Need-Based Financial Aid
Need-based financial aid is based on the parent/guardian income tax return as well as the student's achievements. Students interested in need-based aid should complete the Pre-College Financial Aid Application and return required documents (latest tax return and personal statement) after applying for admission.
ACT/SAT scholarships are awarded based on standardized test scores (see chart below). Students must take the ACT or SAT and have their scores reported on their high school transcripts (or send a copy of their official score report to our office) in order to receive an ACT/SAT scholarship. Students eligible for an ACT/SAT scholarship are not required to complete the financial aid application unless seeking additional need-based aid. This scholarship is only available to students in the residential program.
|ACT Scores||SAT Scores*||Scholarship Award|
|33-36||1490-1600||$2,000 off program costs|
|30-32||1390-1480||$1,500 off program costs|
|27-29||1280-1380||$1,000 off program costs|
*Only Math and Verbal sections will be considered for scholarships on the SAT.
Limited funding is available for first-generation students from the Mississippi Delta. This fund is reserved to help students who are the first in their family to attend a college or university. Students interested in first-generation scholars’ aid should complete the Pre-College Financial Aid Application after applying for admission. This funding is highly competitive.
Academic Competition Scholarships
The University of Mississippi offers a variety of academic competitions run by the Office of Pre-College Programs during the Fall and Spring semesters. First, Second, and Third place winners in qualifying competitions receive scholarships to Summer College and other summer programs offered by the Office of Pre-College Programs. These scholarships cannot be combined with other need-based aid or ACT/SAT awards. This scholarship is only available to students in the residential program.
To redeem a competition scholarship, students should email or mail the Competition Scholarship Application form received at a competition to the Office of Pre-College Programs.
What Students are Saying
Former participants have shared their feedback with us. Take a look!
“The tutor-counselors were excellent, always eager to answer whatever questions or concerns I may have had. They were also brilliant tutors and encouraged me as I learned the language.”
“I enjoyed having a teacher that didn't underestimate us. He would tell us anything we needed to know! I found it refreshing and engaging”
“I was floored by how friendly everyone was. My instructor was so patient and positive with everyone in our class and the cultural events were really entertaining. My thanks to the University for being so generous with scholarships, too.”