Ole Miss Financial Aid
DID YOU KNOW?
Mississippi passed a law in April 2012 that allows the University to waive the Out-of-State tuition fee – this would begin in the Fall of 2013. The criteria to waive this fee is defined by the leadership of each institution.
Undergraduate Student Enrolled Full-time
Tuition (and Fees) - $6,282
Housing/Food - $9,200
Books - $1,200
Personal & Travel - $4,844
Additional fee for Non-Residents - $9,984
Total for Residents - $21,526
Total for Nonresidents - $31,510
SCHOLARSHIPS FOR NON-RESIDENTS
The current freshman class at Ole Miss has almost 50% out-of-state students. The school admission policy does not waive the out-of-state fee, however, students can receive scholarships to cover a part or all of the out-of-state fee. Partial scholarships are available for admitted students who receive some Academic
Excellence Scholarships; service scholarships from the chorus and orchestra; and for students who receive departmental scholarships to major in art, music and theatre.
Children of Ole Miss graduates who are living out of state receive up to $3,000 a year toward out-of-state tuition.
Ole Miss has several scholarships available for incoming freshmen. Those planning to attend Ole Miss in Fall 2013 must file a University of Mississippi Admission Application and submit an online Special Programs & Scholarship Application by March 1, 2013. A full list of available scholarships can be found here: http://www.olemiss.edu/depts/financial_aid/scholarshiptypes.html
Other Types of Aid
Other types of aid available are Grants, Work Programs (including Federal Work-Study Programs, Student Employment and Job Location and Development Programs) and Undergraduate Loans. More information regarding financial aid can be found here http://www.olemiss.edu/depts/financial_aid/index.html.