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Table of Contents 2-3

Welcome to Ole Miss

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Reasons to Visit Oxford, Mississippi

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Introduction to International High School Programs

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Summer College for High School

10-11 Summer Academy 12-13 Intensive English Program 14-15 Independent Study for High School 14-15 Dual Credit for High School Students 14-15 Academic Competitions and Special Programs 16-20 Additional Information


The Lyceum was the first building on campus.

The University of Mississippi, the flagship institution in the State of Mississippi, is a classical liberal arts institution that offers a selection of high-quality professional programs.

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Welcome to Ole Miss

re—you—ready? That’s a question that we ask a lot here at The University of Mississippi. It’s part of our school cheer, and when we ask it, we’re asking if you’re ready for something exciting—something fun— something challenging. So—are you ready? We’re ready for you! We invite you to spend an exciting summer in the heart of the American South while earning academic credit at Ole Miss. That’s right—we go by two names. The University of Mississippi is our given name, and Ole Miss is our nickname. Either way, we’re still one of the oldest public universities in the American South with a reputation for academic excellence and warm hospitality. We offer programs on campus for students from early secondary school through graduation. But you’ll not only be earning academic credit, you’ll learn about the American South as well through our cultural programs that explore the food, music, art, and history of the southeastern United States in general and Mississippi in particular. If you can’t make it to campus, check out our Independent Study High School and Dual Credit programs. In this catalog you’re sure to find a program that meets one of your academic requirements, piques your creative interest, or allows you to connect with students who share common goals. And when you’ve decided which program is the program for you, we’ll be here to guide you from application to transcript. .

Are you ready?

www.outreach.olemiss.edu/international

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W hy Oxford, Mississippi? Because there are so many places you can study in the United States, we know students often compare different U.S. summer programs. And while we know the academic portion of your program is the top priority in your program selection, spending the summer in the United States is about more than earning credit.

Why Oxford, Mississippi?

Here are some reasons we think Oxford, Mississippi, and The University of Mississippi could be the perfect fit for you. • You can’t beat our door-to-door hospitality, including airport pick up in Memphis, orientation and introduction to the UM campus, and activities planned throughout your program to share our food, art, music, and literature. • The University of Mississippi is the leader in producing leaders at state and national levels. Since 1900, Ole Miss has produced 48 Mississippi governors, 47 Mississippi Supreme Court justices, 31 U.S. representatives, and 17 U.S. senators.

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• Large trees, lush green lawns, pretty blooms, and bubbling fountains make up our lovely campus, which has received national recognition as one of the most beautiful campuses in the United States. Although the main campus comprises 640 acres, the layout of the academic buildings is compact, so you’ll have plenty of time to get from one building to another between classes. • Combining the wonderful charm and safety of a small Southern town with the multiculturalism and energy of a larger city, Oxford has been called “a cultural mecca in America.” It has also been included in “The Best 100 Small Towns” in America and is featured in the book Most Beautiful Cities in the South. • But it’s not all about small towns. Oxford is approximately 75 miles from Memphis, Tennessee, and 170 miles from Jackson, Mississippi, the state capital. The University is easily accessible from Interstate 55 and is less than a six-hour drive from such major American cities as Atlanta, Georgia; New Orleans, Louisiana; and Nashville, Tennessee.


Calendar of Sessions ** Summer College for Session 1: High School Students May 31 - June 29 Session 2: June 29 - July 30 Session 1: June 21 - July 9 Session 2: July 12 - July 30

Intensive English Program (rising 8th 11th graders)

Session 1: June 21 - July 9 Session 2: July 12 - July 30

Intensive English Program (rising 11th and 12th graders)

Session 1: May 31 - June 29 Session 2: June 29 - July 30

Independent Study High School

Fall: August - December Spring: January - May

Dual Credit

Fall: August - December Spring: January - May

Calendar of Sessions

Summer Academy

** Dates are subject to change. Check www.outreach.olemiss.edu/international for updated information. • Oxford is known as a hub of music, from honky-tonk to opera. Whether you favor blues, jazz, country, bluegrass, gospel, Southern rock, chamber, classical, or anything in between, you can find it at the Gertrude C. Ford Performing Arts Center on campus or off campus on the Square, the center of Oxford’s nightlife.

Photo left: The historic Square is the centerpoint of Oxford, where community events are hosted and locals dine and dance. Photo above: Square Books is the most famous corner-store in Oxford and one of a handful of independently owned bookstores in the United States. It also has an extensive collection of Southern literature for customers to peruse.

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International High School Programs International High School Programs at The University of Mississippi offer secondary students the opportunity to study in specialized programs in Oxford during the summer and from their own homes during the academic year. Our on-campus summer programs provide the opportunity to take top-notch academic courses for high school or college credit. And, while you’ll live with other students enrolled in your program, you’ll get your first glimpse of what life on an American college campus is really like. Through activities including sports, quiz bowl, and nights out, you’ll bond with the other students in the program and you’ll also get to see life outside of Oxford with trips to Memphis, Tennessee, and a special post-program opportunity to travel to a city outside the Southern United States. But it doesn’t stop at summer study. Secondary students have the opportunity to take classes

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Photo: The Circle on The University of Mississippi campus.

through our Independent Study for High School Students that can count as high school credits at their home institutions. We also offer online courses through Dual Credit which can count as high school credit and can be applied to a college transcript as hours toward an overall university degree. So turn the page and read about the programs we offer. Select the one that’s a perfect fit for you. We look forward to welcoming you as a student at The University of Mississippi. Program Registration Deadline for registration in Summer College for High School Students and Summer Academy is March 1. Deadlines for Independent Study for High School Students or Dual Credit vary based on the term and course. Application materials and supplemental documents required in the application must all be postmarked by the listed date.


International High School Programs

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College Sforummer High School Students Earn college credit and experience life on a traditional American college campus while meeting other high school students from around the United States and the world. Through SCHS, rising junior and senior high school students spend four weeks on the UM campus taking 6 hours of college credit in areas ranging from business and health professions to art and journalism and everything in between.

Summer College for High School

The Daily Routine

A Summer College student’s day is constructed to approximate the busy schedule of a college freshman during the regular semester. After all, learning to budget time and to meet all obligations is part of being successful in college. Most Summer College students are in class for approximately 4 hours per day, but time in class can vary based on subject and class activities. During the afternoons, students attend SCHS 101 Exploring Sessions and participate in the SCHS intramural league (creative, academic, and athletic activities). Time outside class and afternoon activities is open to students to use for studying, visiting the library, spending time in the computer center, etc. The University’s recreational facilities are also available for SCHS students to swim, play raquetball, run, lift weights, work out, play tennis, etc. Other students prefer to just hang out in the Student Union or spend time in The Grove (the 10-acre park at the center of campus) with friends. On the weekends there are activities planned to entertain as well as inform students. Past events have included trips to museums, exhibitions, and even a Memphis Redbird’s baseball game. It’s not uncommon for the group to take a trip to the Mississippi River to catch a ride on the Memphis Queen Riverboat for a dinner cruise or to stay in Oxford and go to a nearby lake for Frisbee Golf and barbeque. Summer College staff can also make arrangements for students to attend worship services of their choice at one of our local churches.

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Program Schedule ** Session 1: May 31 - June 29 Session 2: June 29 - July 30 ** Dates are subject to change. Check www.outreach.olemiss.edu/international for updated information.

Fees per Session ** Tuition For 6 hours of credit $1276.50 Other Invoiced Costs Housing $380.00 Meal Plan $400.00 Health Insurance $90.00 Textbooks $200.00 Administration Fee $200.00 Other Non-Invoiced Costs (estimated) Incidentals (meals, weekend $500.00 activities) Optional excursions $500.00 ** Costs are subject to change. Check www.outreach.olemiss.edu/international for updated information.


Registration details

Students interested in SCHS need to download an application from http://www.outreach.olemiss.edu/SCHS. After completing the application, gather the following documents:

Once completed and collected, all documents should be sent to:

Summer College for High School Students EF Yerby Conference Center Corner of University Avenue and Grove Loop PO Box 9 University, MS 38677 USA

Art Institute — ART 101 Two-Dimensional Design Business Administration Institute — BUS 250 Legal Environment of Business; SCHS elective Computer Science Program — CSCI 111 Computer Science 1; SCHS elective Engineering Program — ENGR 100 Intro to Engineering; ENGR 207 Graphics 1 Health Professions Institute — BISC 102 Inquiry Into Life: Human Biology; BISC 103 Inquiry Into Life: Laboratory 1; HP 203 First Aid and CPR Intensive Spanish Institute — SPAN 111 Intensive Elementary Spanish; SPAN 211 Intensive Intermediate Spanish Journalism Institute — JOUR 101 Intro to Mass Communications; SCHS elective Liberal Arts Institute/Program — Two courses of student’s choosing and by permission of program coordinator Pre-Law and Legal Studies Institute — LA 201 Introduction to Law; SCHS elective PACE Honors Program — HON 100 PACE Seminar; SCHS elective Intensive English Institute — IE 040 American Culture; Second IE course based on placement exam.

Housing details

Students live together in a traditional dormitory on The University of Mississippi campus. Each room is shared by two students of the same gender and bathroom facilities are shared on each wing or floor. Counselors live in housing with students and are available to assist students 24 hours a day. Approximately 40 students share bathroom facilities and each wing of the dorm is single gender. Access to dorms is granted by using the student ID card to enter the main doors — which are always locked — and using a traditional key to enter the student’s room. Guests are allowed only during certain hours and a curfew is strictly enforced for being inside the dorm for check in.

For more information: www.outreach.olemiss.edu/international

001-662-915-7621 jewilkin@olemiss.edu

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Summer College for High School

• Permission form from prinicpal (provided in application) • Two letters of recommendation from teachers (forms provided in application) • Transcript showing a cumulative GPA of 3.2 on a 4.0 scale in 5 high school credits that are part of the College Preparatory Curriculum (more information about CPC is available upon request) • ACT/SAT score reports (if available; required for “Program” modules) • Recent photograph

Modules Available


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ummer Academy

Summer Academy

Spend three weeks in the summer with rising 8th 10th graders from across the U.S. and the world on the UM campus. Courses ranging from SAT prep and creative writing to history and social studies allow you to earn high school credit in an American college setting which can count toward high school graduation requirements. Through Summer Academy, you can also make new friends and contacts, learn time management, and improve study habits.

The Daily Routine

Students attend a morning class session from 8:15 a.m. to 11:00 a.m., followed by lunch. Students attend a second session from 12:00 p.m. to 2:45 p.m. At the conclusion of the second class, students have time to work on special projects or homework assignments. After this study time, students have group recreation time in which they bond with each other, learn about campus, meet current students to learn about opportunities in college, and generally decompress from the day. Students eat dinner at 5:30 p.m. Following dinner, students have the opportunity for tutoring sessions, computer lab time, and study groups as well as some free time. Because the days are long and full, we have counselors with the students at all times and a curfew that is strictly imposed. On weekends the daily routine is broken up with trips around Oxford to see movies, go swimming, go bowling, enjoy the annual Shakespeare Festival, and relax to the town’s Summer Concert Series. One weekend will also include a service-oriented activity with a local charity organization.

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Program Schedule ** Session 1: June 21 - July 9 Session 2: July 12 - 30 ** Dates are subject to change. Check www.outreach.olemiss.edu/international for updated information.

Fees per Session ** Program Cost Includes housing, meals, $1200.00 health insurance, textbooks, program-sponsored excursions, and administrative fee Other Non-Invoiced Costs (estimated) Incidentals $500.00 Optional excursions $500.00 ** Costs are subject to change. Check www.outreach.olemiss.edu/international for updated information.


Registration details

Students interested in Summer Academy need to download an application from http://www.outreach.olemiss. edu/youth/summer_academy/. After completing the application, gather the following documents: • Transcript from the last three academic years showing a cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale in mathematics, science, social studies, and English • Achievement test scores (if available) • Recent photograph • Permission form from prinicpal (provided in application) • Two letters of recommendation from teachers (forms provided in application)

Summer Academy EF Yerby Conference Center Corner of University Avenue and Grove Loop PO Box 9 University, MS 38677 USA

Housing details

Students live together in a traditional dormitory on The University of Mississippi campus. Each room is shared by two students of the same gender and bathroom facilities are shared on each wing or floor. Counselors live in housing with students and are available to assist students 24 hours a day. Approximately 40 students share bathroom facilities and each wing of the dorm is single gender. Access to dorms is granted by using the student ID card to enter the main doors — which are always locked — and using a traditional key to enter the student’s room. Guests are not allowed and a curfew is strictly enforced for being inside the dorm for check in, as well as for “lights out.”

Learning Strategies — Helps students develop more effective ways of acquiring, integrating, storing, and retrieving English language skills. Local Culture — Investigates the cultural diversity of Mississippi through a study of its history, economics, politics, and geography. Astronomy — Includes class and time in an observatory to understand history of astronomy, technology and instruments, Kepler’s and Newton’s Law, celestial bodies, and other components of the universe. Creative Writing — Invites students to explore their worlds while they compose poems, personal descriptive and narrative essays, and short fiction. SAT/ACT Prep — Focuses on test-taking skills for standardized tests. Mythology — Introduces students to the myths and histories from several cultures, focusing especially on the epics of Homer or Virgil. Personal Finance — Teaches the basic concepts involving economics, insurance, banking, credit, stocks and bonds, and other topics through the use of of business research tools and technological resources. ** Note: Courses are subject to change. Check www.outreach.olemiss.edu/international for the most updated information.

For more information: www.outreach.olemiss.edu/international

001-662-915-7621 umsummer@olemiss.edu

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Summer Academy

Once completed and collected, all documents should be sent to:

Courses Available


I ntensive English Program

Intensive English Program

The University of Mississippi Intensive English Program (IEP) offers academic English courses from basic to advanced levels with a curriculum designed to prepare you to interact in the English-speaking academic, social, and professional world. Our faculty and staff are committed to helping you achieve your academic goals as well as providing you with an exciting international experience. No matter your language background or academic level, we have courses that will strengthen your fluency and an extracurricular program that will enrich your cultural understanding of English. Early secondary students will earn high school credit that can be transferred to their home institutions, while older secondary students will earn university credit transferable to their home institutions. Classes will be divided based on language skills entering the course and age level.

Program Schedule ** Early Secondary Students (rising 8th 11th graders)

Session 1: June 21 - July 9 Session 2: July 12 - July 30

Older Secondary Students (rising 11th and 12th graders)

Session 1: May 31 - June 29 Session 2: June 29 - July 30

** Dates are subject to change. Check www.outreach.olemiss.edu/international for updated information.

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Fees per Session ** Early Secondary Students (rising 8th - 11th graders) Program Cost Includes housing, meals, $1200.00 health insurance, textbooks, program-sponsored excursions, and administrative fee Other Non-Invoiced Costs (estimated) Incidentals $500.00 Optional excursions $500.00

Older Secondary Students (rising 11th and 12th graders) Tuition For 6 hours of credit $1276.50 Other Invoiced Costs Housing $380.00 Meal Plan $400.00 Health Insurance $90.00 Textbooks $200.00 Administration Fee $200.00 Other Non-Invoiced Costs (estimated) Incidentals (meals, weekend $500.00 activities) Optional excursions $500.00 ** Costs are subject to change. Check www.outreach.olemiss.edu/international for updated information.


Registration details

Secondary students wishing to register for IEP courses should apply through either the Summer Academy (risiing 8th - 10th graders) or SCHS (rising 11th and 12th graders). More information about these programs can be found on page 8-9 and 10-11, respectively. When applying, students should mark on the application their interest in registering for IEP courses.

Housing details

During the summer, IEP offers programs for students who would like to improve their English skills and their knowledge of the United States. Offered in June and July, the program features 20-25 hours a week of the following: Language Classes — Every morning students have formal language classes designed to help them improve their fluency in English. Students practice speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills and learn useful vocabulary and grammar. Classes are offered at the beginning through advanced levels of instruction. American Culture Classes — Each afternoon, students participate in content courses that examine topics related to U.S. society and culture such as family, education, relationships, recreation, values, and ethnic diversity. Each week group projects help students get practical speaking experience while expanding their knowledge of American culture. Classes are offered at the beginning through advanced levels of instruction. Cultural Field Trips — Throughout the program, students have the opportunity to go on outings to local points of interest and other major attractions where students observe and interact with native English speakers from a variety of backgrounds. Independent Study — Students are encouraged to spend two to three hours each day in independent study and in the University’s computer labs. During this time, they have the opportunity to work on the language skills that they need most. In addition, students can use other tools for learning English that are available on the Internet.

For more information Intensive English Program www.olemiss.edu/iep iep@olemiss.edu 001-662-915-1560

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Intensive English Program

Secondary students taking IEP courses will be housed with either Summer Academy or SCHS students, depending on their age. These programs stay in separate dormitories on the UM campus and do not integrate housing with university-level students. Students are also divided within the dorms by gender. More information on housing can be found on the Summer Academy (8-9) or SCHS (10-11) pages.

Courses Available


A cademic Year and Semester Programs Special Programs

• Independent Study High School • Dual Credit • Academic Competitions and Special Programs

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Special Programs Besides our wide variety of on-campus programs, The University of Mississippi also offers international students the opportunity to earn UM credit while studying through our semester-based high school programs. These programs are designed to give students the opportunity to benefit from the excellent academics of The University of Mississippi while studying in their home countries.

Independent Study

for High School Students

Academic Competitions and Special Programs

The Office of High School Academic Competitions and Special Programs serves as the coordinating office for competitive and non-competitive pre-college events such as The University of Mississippi Writing Competition, the UM Chess Invitational Tournament, etc. For more information, contact Justin Phillips at jtphilli@olemiss. edu or visit the ACSP web site at http://www.outreach. olemiss.edu/academic_competitions/index.html.

While some courses are offered via mail correspondence, many courses are offered online and follow a regular semester schedule. Course options include basic as well as advanced placement classes in social studies, science, mathematics, literature, art, and business. Courses vary by term, as do application deadlines. For more information on how to enroll in the program, as well as fees and deadlines, please visit http://www. outreach.olemiss.edu/hsathome/index.html.

Dual Credit The University of Mississippi also offers a program that provides students with both high school and university credit related to courses taken online. Through Dual Credit, secondary students with a 2.5 cumulative GPA on 14 high school core units can enroll in college-level online courses at the 100- or 200-level. When courses are completed, students will receive a Univerisity of Mississippi transcript listing all credits attempted and earned. Students can then submit this documentation to their high schools so that the grade can be recorded on the high school transcript. After high school graduation, students can apply their University of Mississippi transcripts toward a degree either at UM or transfer the credit to another accrediated college or university.

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Special Programs

The UM-Independent Study High School (ISHS) provides opportunities for students in various circumstances to meet their educational needs. Students come to ISHS for various reasons. International students often take classes through ISHS to earn a high school diploma from an accredited U.S. institution. Other students choose ISHS to accelerate progress at their home institution, improve their study skills, or to earn a quality education in a home-school setting.

Courses vary by term, as do application deadlines. For more information on how to enroll in the program, as well as fees and deadlines, please visit http://www. outreach.olemiss.edu/dual_credit/.


A dditional Information • Partner Benefits • Financial Aid • Deadlines for Applications • Calendar of Sessions • Visa Information • Health Insurance Information • Additional Documentation • Pre-Departure Checklist

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Partner Benefits If your institution is a partner of The University of Mississippi then certain benefits apply to you related to International High School Programs.

Placement as Part of Exchange Relationship

In order to receive this benefit, students must forward their applications to The University of Mississippi through their home institutions.

Tuition Discount for Secondary Students

For secondary students, discounts are offered to your institution through program proposals. Please check with your high school counselor for information on how to apply to UM programs and what tuition discounts might be available. There are some institutions that also have Memorandums of Understanding with the Intensive English Program at UM. Those institutions have set prices for students attending UM programs with the intention of returning to the home institution. Please see your intensive English advisor at your home institution regarding pricing and details. In order to receive tuition discounts, students must forward their applications to The University of Mississippi through their home institutions.

ATTENTION OVERSEAS ADVISORS If you would like specific information about how your university can participate in International High School Programs through a current Memorandum of Understanding or Exchange Agreement OR if you would like to be considered as a future UM partner, please contact International Outreach at 001-662-540-1818 or mmenking@olemiss.edu.

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Additional Information

Some agreements between UM and partner institutions allow students to enroll in International High School Programs as part of our exchange protocol. In that case, students would pay fees at their home institution and receive program benefits at UM without having to pay some costs. Please check with your home institution advisor to see if your university has an agreement with UM that allows for programs to count toward the exchange balance.


General Program Information

Financial Aid

Additional Information

Students interested in International High School Programs who are enrolled at UM partner institutions should refer to page 17 for information on specific scholarships related to those agreements. Students who do not attend a partner institution and wish to enroll directly in International High School Programs can also apply for aid to help defer some program costs. Financial aid availability varies by program and depends heavily on the student’s ability to show financial need and academic merit. For more information on how to apply for financial aid, please visit www.outreach.olemiss.edu/ international.

Deadlines

While semester program deadlines vary, the deadline for application to all summer programs is March 1. However, some programs are highly selective and/or fill up very quickly. We encourage interested students to submit their applications as soon as possible in order to be considered for their preferred International High School Program.

Calendar of Sessions ** Summer College for Session 1: High School Students May 31 - June 29 Session 2: June 29 - July 30 Summer Academy Session 1: June 21 - July 9 Session 2: July 12 - July 30 Intensive English Session 1: Program (rising 8th - June 21 - July 9 11th graders) Session 2: July 12 - July 30 Intensive English Session 1: Program (rising 11th May 31 - June 29 and 12th graders) Session 2: June 29 - July 30 Independent Study Fall: High School August - December Spring: January - May Dual Credit

Fall: August - December Spring: January - May

** Dates are subject to change. Check www.outreach.olemiss.edu/international for updated information.

The University of Mississippi International Outreach P.O. Box 9 University, MS 38677 USA P: 001-662-540-1818 E: mmenking@olemiss.edu W: www.outreach.olemiss.edu/international

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General Program Information

Visa Information

All international students studying at UM through International High School Programs must secure a visa in order to be enrolled in classes. The University of Mississippi will assist students in this process, but students are responsible for gathering the proper information and making all appointments to secure the visa in order to arrive on time for their desired session.

Additional Information

When applying to your desired program you will receive information about visa requirements for acceptance into that program. Should you have additional questions about obtaining a visa we recommend you consult the U.S. Department of State web site at www.travel.state.gov.

Health Insurance Information

All international students are required to enroll in the health insurance plan approved by The University of Mississippi. Proof of insurance from a home institution or other U.S. company will not be sufficient to waive this requirement. Coverage in this insurance plan provides emergency services as well as general health coverage at the Student Health Center on the UM campus. The cost of this insurance plan will be charged to students when they arrive on campus and enroll in the plan.

Additional Documentation

In most cases, international students will need to submit supporting documentation in order to complete the application process and receive the proper paperwork to secure a student visa. Because this documentation varies by student and by program we send a follow up e-mail to each student stating the required documentation and the timeline for submission. Failure to return these documents may result in students being removed from their desired program without a refund of any fees already paid. Until a letter of final acceptance, along with visa documentation, has been received, a student’s status is considered “pending.” Please pay attention to directions in all follow up e-mails and mailed packets and complete the requested documentation as soon as possible to secure your admission.

Pre-Departure Checklist • Confirm acceptance into program • Obtain student visa • Confirm housing arrangements • Confirm course enrollment list • Confirm payment of fees through MyOleMiss • Review textbook list and pre-order books

• Review program information and requirements • Read all materials sent in pre-departure packet and prepare accordingly • Review news and updates at http://www.olemiss.edu

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Extra Excursions

Though we think you’ll love Oxford, we have built excursions outside of Oxford into every International High School Program. For some students, though, we know that this taste of life in the United States may not be enough. For those students, we’re providing the following extra excursions during the upcoming summer sessions: Overnight in Clarksdale, Mississippi: Home of the Blues — $100 Includes transport to/from Clarksdale, overnight at the Shack-Up Inn, informational talk by Blues expert on the ride to Clarksdale, entrance to the Blues Museum, meal, and entertainment at Ground Zero juke joint with live music. Day trip to Memphis, Tennessee: Crossroads of Civil Rights, Crossroads of Music — $100 Includes transport to/from Memphis, Tennessee, entrance to National Civil Rights Museum, guided walk down Beale Street, lunch on Beale Street, afternoon at Stax Records, Gibson Guitar Factory, and Graceland to focus on music and the Civil Rights movement. Weekend in New Orleans, Louisiana: History and Renovation — $350 Includes transport to/from New Orleans, guided city tour, Katrina tour and participation in community service project related to hurricane damage, tour of bayou area, breakfast at Café du Monde, lunch one day, and hotel for two nights. Post-Program Excursion to Chicago, Illinois — $300 Includes transport to/from Chicago, Illinois, entrance to professional baseball game, entrance to two museums or other attractions, hotel for 3 nights, lunch one day, and dinner one day. Note: A minimum of 5 students is required in order for each excursion to be booked. Not every excursion will be available during every session. Once their initial applications have been processed, students will be sent a list of optional excursions that will be offered during their time at UM. Participation in these programs is on a first-come basis and students will be billed for each program through their UM Bursar Account.


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The University of Mississippi International High School Programs 2010