University of Mississippi Summer College for High School Students



Academically gifted high school upperclassmen get a head start on their college careers by choosing two courses from a full complement of University of Mississippi offerings. In most cases, these courses, which are taught by university faculty and which result in an average of six hours of transferable college credit, also include current Ole Miss underclassmen. An accompanying noncredit class helps students explore their academic and career interests while also learning about the college selection process. Boys and girls devote some afternoon time to creative, academic and athletic activities, and weekends provide opportunities for various excursions and entertainment options.

General Info

Name University of Mississippi Summer College for High School Students
Location University, MS
Year-round Contacts 662-915-7621
Program Focuses & Features Business/Finance, Computer Science, Engineering, English, Law, Medicine/Healthcare, Spanish, Studio Art, Writing/Journalism
Grade Range (rising grades) 11-12
Age Range Residential — Coed Ages 16-17
Application Deadline May
Director Jason E. Wilkins, Director
Residential Fee $2050-2400 (+$400), 4 weeks. College credit.
Year Established 1980
Dates & Sessions May-July; 2 sessions, 4 weeks long


Jason E. Wilkins, Director