Academic Resources and Student Services
The Center for Inclusion and Cross Cultural Engagement is committed to supporting students during the transition to online learning. On this page you will find useful academic resources as well as information regarding campus and community services that may be beneficial to you as you navigate online learning.
The University of Mississippi has created the Keep Learning webpage to provide the most update to date information surrounding academic resources and support services. Please check the website often for the latest information.
Academic Success Workshops
Academic Support Programs within the Center for Student Success and First Year Experience has created a series of online workshops that cover a variety of topics. The workshops are designed to help students in developing techniques for more effective and efficient learning. No registration is required to view workshops. To view workshops, please click the links below.
Supplemental Instruction Schedule
The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning coordinates Supplemental Instruction (SI Sessions). Please click here to see the Spring 2020 Supplement Instruction schedule. Please note that all SI sessions will be conducted via Zoom unless otherwise indicated.
The University Writing Center is prepared to continue meeting the needs of our students through our online services. Please visit the Writing Centers website for more information and step by step instructions for reserving an appointment.
The Student Health Center is open for regular hours, but they are not seeing walk-in clients. Call 662-915-7274 to make an appointment.
The Counseling Center continues to treat students within our scope of practice to provide mental health services. Please visit the Counseling Center website and the UCC’s social media sites (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter) for updated information mental health services.
UMatter – Support for Every Student
UMatter finds resources and information on caring for yourself and your peers. You may review the UMatter Resource List online. If you or someone you know is suffering distress, contact us for help at firstname.lastname@example.org.