University of Mississippi Reviews
The University of Mississippi was a great experience in my student career. When I attended this university I was very focused because I was already married with a baby. The faculty was always very supportive of me. I believe that I was taught what was needed to be a successful professional. One of my best memories was a very well-dressed teacher coming to our classroom to show us how a professional should always look like a professional because you are respected more when you are professional from the inside out. I take the advice from this professional daily and I try my best to behave in a professional manner, react professional, and look professional. These seem like small things but they make a big difference in how coworkers, parents, and students perceive you. On top of the "small" things I learned at the University of Mississippi, I also learned how to differentiate instruction for my students, adequately plan lessons, and how to guide a student-led classroom. The classroom started to change from whole group instruction and teacher-led instruction, which is what I was raised in, to individualized instruction and student-led activities. I am highly satisfied that the institution gave me an education that has been considered advanced instruction since 2003.
University of Mississippi has a very competitive professional pharmacy school. Be prepared to study hard. The professors are very thorough in lectures. The program includes experience in clinical settings as well as retail. It is located in Oxford, a great little city for dining and shopping.
The University of Mississippi is an amazing school with a faculty and staff that is ready to help you in any way possible. The professors within the Classics department were particularly helpful and attentive. They helped me realize my dream of graduate school and working in a museum to help preserve our history for future generations. I was able to complete an amazing internship with a recommendation from the staff as well as getting into the graduate school of my dreams (The University of the Arts). I will begin there this fall in the Museum Communications graduate program. The campus is also beautiful and has many places to study outside when the weather is nice. I would recommend this university to anyone wanting an amazing staff, beautiful place, and the experience of living in a small college town.
The University of Mississippi is more than just a world class education. It is a life-changing, eye-opening experience that a graduate cannot forget. The level of diversity in and out of the classroom truly makes Ole Miss the ideal university choice. Upon choosing Ole Miss, I knew I was choosing to further my education at a school with a beautiful campus, but what I did not know is that I would make the connections and the friends that will last me a lifetime, while gaining an education that has prepared me well for my future. I highly recommend The University of Mississippi for its campus, its professors, its game day experiences, and the overall good feeling you get when you are there.
Ole Miss is an amazing campus in it self. You wont see man campuses as large, with the scenic landscaping. Also the buildings. You can definitely feel the history when you are there, the Tradition. The University is continually growing, you will have some of the newest dorms that are extremely nice and walking distance to the grove, and all your classes. the two cafeterias have a awesome variety of main franchise foods, and also healthy choice meals. there is always something to do, or a event to interact with at OLE Miss, not to mention one of the best tail gating schools of all time no matter what sport, but lets face it football is always better. the curriculum itself whatever your studying will be a challenge as every professor is a expert in their field and have PHD, from all over the country. professors from china, japan, korea, and germany all of which are highly challenging and intelligent.
University of Mississippi is a wonderful school to attend. Starting with orientation, they make sure you are aware of important dates and programs. They offer many ways for Freshmen to adjust to college life and to find programs in their major that will allow them to succeed. As you progress in your college career, the professors and administration are always willing to help. The Career Center provides great resources for your future or even for current endeavors like internships or study abroad programs. There are many opportunities for student employment as well. I have had a very positive experience as a student here and would recommend it to anyone looking for a mid-sized university in the South.
The University of Mississippi offers a pristine and safe environment. Not once did I feel threatened on campus. The students are friendly and amiable. On school days, it is very relaxed and easy going. Football, however, is a different story: we go to football games in cocktail dresses and suits and ties. We also have the largest tailgating party in the states. It is fun, yet classy. You will not see trash spewed all over the campus, like some colleges. While I loved the Ole Miss community, I was not prepared to enter the workforce. My major was English. Upon graduating, I realized there arent many opportunities available with an English degree, unless you build upon it with other majors, like law or linguistics. I am grateful for the time I spent at Ole Miss, but I am ready to increase my education, network, and build a career for myself.
The accounting program at Ole Miss is great and the professors are there to propel your future. There are many firms (including the Big 4) that come down to Ole Miss to recruit for their companies and the classes set you up to succeed should you land a job with one of the firms. While the curriculum is rigorous, it sets you above and beyond some of your peers from other programs and gives you both the technical and personal capabilities to take your degree anywhere you want.
I went into the University of Mississippi where i Major into General Studies. I love the school because it taught me alot. The school helped me mature and helped me into furthering my education. It also helped me research and do better on my career planning.
My Paralegal Studies degree is a great degree to have if you plan on working in a law firm or going to law school If you're going to law school, you will be well prepared for the course work if you have the degree and experience. Ole Miss was a great school to receive the degree because the professors were very experienced in the field of law.