University of Mississippi Reviews

  • 22 Reviews
  • Oxford (MS)
  • Annual Tuition: $24,614
100% of 22 students said this degree improved their career prospects
77% of 22 students said they would recommend this school to others
Find an Online Degree:
GradReports is supported by advertising. Schools that compensate us advertise via school search results. This does not influence our college rankings or our content.

Student & Graduate Reviews

Brittanie
  • Reviewed: 1/3/2021
  • Degree: Biology
  • Graduation Year: 2017
"Not a good experience with university of Mississippi at all. During the period of my study at OleMiss, I was always stressed out and was treated poorly by school staffs. My heart was broken every time I had an issue, especially with financial aid office because they never helped me out. I would not recommend this school to anyone."
Ashley
  • Reviewed: 10/31/2020
  • Degree: Pharmacy
  • Graduation Year: 2017
"Pharmacy school of university of Mississippi did not meet my expectation. Unfortunately, the program does not have the right curriculum for pharmacy students. I am not satisfied with their program at all and would not recommend it to anyone. if I could restart my education, I would never ever choose university of Mississippi again."
Mary Co.
  • Reviewed: 10/25/2020
  • Degree: Pharmacy
  • Graduation Year: 2015
"I did not get a good experience from University of Mississippi. Their tuition is incredibly expensive along with very little (or not at all) financial assistance. It is located in a very small and boring place and there is not that much to do. I was not happy with their educational service either."
Coley Lemons
  • Reviewed: 10/19/2020
  • Degree: Pharmacy
  • Graduation Year: 2018
"I feel sorry for whoever chooses university of Mississippi for education. I went to this school for few years and had nothing but bad memories and low class education. The school is suffering from poor and disorganized educational system, their advisors are not properly trained and treat students poorly. The town is too small and almost nothings to do. In addition, university of Mississippi fails to provide decent and proper financial aids to students, I went to financial aid office several times, but they did not assist me at all. I did not receive a good service from them at all. This is the worse school that I have ever seen in my life. Among their different departments, pharmacy school is the worst. They do not care about their students and treat them very badly. All they care is money and get it from students to fill up their packets! I would never go back there again. I strongly recommend to AVOID university of Mississippi."
Coley Lemons
  • Reviewed: 10/16/2020
  • Degree: Pharmacy
  • Graduation Year: 2018
"I feel sorry for whoever chooses this school for his/her education. University of Mississippi is the worse school that I have seen and experienced in my life. I have nothing to say but negative about this school. Their professors and teachers are doing poor jobs, their educational system is not well at all. I consider going to University of Mississippi is one of my biggest mistakes. The city is too small and boring. they have very old equipment and they are not update to date at all. Among those different departments, the worse one is Pharmacy school. They have very bad advisors. I enrolled there and started taking some pre-pharmacy courses. Unfortunately, they did not provide a good service to me and their people were not responsive at all. They did not treat their students fair at all. Among them, Dr. ziaeddin shariat-madar was the worst professor there. He was very unresponsive and disorganized, always mad with very short temper. He treated his students very poorly. I strongly recommend avoiding this school. I would never go there again."
Brecken Reeves
  • Reviewed: 12/4/2019
  • Degree: Human Resources
  • Graduation Year: 2018
"The University of Mississippi is a great college to attend. It is a well maintained campus with many classes and majors offered. I am from Mississippi, so the only thing i wish i had done differently was going to an out of state school for a more diverse group of class mates and culture. Although it was great, i knew what to expect and my overall college experience was nothing out of the ordinary. There are many out of state students that attend Ole Miss, so it allows you to meet a variety of people, though. I would suggest sticking to one major throughout your college career because it will only put you further behind, and tuition is not cheap. However, Ole Miss is one of the most affordable out of state colleges, but not changing career paths also allows you to finish on time. The atmosphere on campus is great and they are constantly renovating things to keep up with the changing designs."
Logan Williamson
  • Reviewed: 5/14/2019
  • Degree: Journalism
  • Graduation Year: 2019
"Journalism at The University of Mississippi is a tremendous program that grooms students for the workforce. It prepares them for a real-world setting in which they would be conducting quality reporting and serving the public as purveyors of information. The program offers hands-on training, in which the professor will act as editor, and the student is required to report on matters on campus and in the community. It approximates an actual newsroom experience, and it even allows the student to get published in student-run publications like Oxford Stories or The Daily Mississippian. Other requisite courses center on the student learning how to navigate certain Adobe programs like Premiere Pro (video-editing), Audition (audio-editing) and Photoshop. It also gives students a cursory knowledge of graphic design for poster, magazine and application editing through programs like InDesign. Moreover, the program offers courses that take a standard educational approach and textbook curriculum, including lecture-based classes on the laws, ethics and history of media. Overall, the program leaves the student with a well-rounded understanding of how to employ a range of storytelling tools and techniques, and it helps the student know how to operate in the present-day media environment with respect for journalisms guiding principles."
Karen
  • Reviewed: 2/7/2019
  • Degree: Exercise Science
  • Graduation Year: 2009
"I thoroughly enjoyed being a student at the University of Mississippi. I received a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science from this university. I believe that the education that I received was an excellent foundation for my Master of Athletic Training degree and Doctor of Physical Therapy degree. Fondly known as "The Harvard of the South," I know that when others learn that I graduated from the University of Mississippi, this easily sets me apart from anyone else because of the awesome reputation of my alma mater!"
Tara Felts
  • Reviewed: 12/6/2018
  • Degree: Education
  • Graduation Year: 2003
"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."
amanda
  • Reviewed: 6/28/2017
  • Degree: Pharmacy
  • Graduation Year: 1995
"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."