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Top 3 things to know
1. Looking for the Spring 2021 class schedule?
The Spring 2021 class schedule is OPEN online. Students can select favorite courses before registration opens next week. If you haven’t already, get in touch with your advisor to make sure you’re ready for registration or to ask questions. See who your advisor is in the Academics section of myOleMiss. Course formats will be final on Oct. 30 and room assignments will be complete by Dec. 11. More info about course registration is available here. Class registration dates listed below:
- Nov. 2: special groups
- Nov. 3: graduate students, honors, pharmacy
- Nov. 4: seniors, provost scholars, unclassified
- Nov. 5: juniors, sophomores
- Nov. 6: freshmen, special, visiting
- Law students: check your myOleMiss for registration times
2. Looking to learn more about class formats?
If you have questions about the different class formats, these videos on the Keep Learning site cover what to expect from each delivery method.
3. Looking how to stay updated about campus activities?
Be sure to check out the weekly student newsletter, The Powder Blue. This new publication provides student-focused updates, tips, events, resources and more. It is delivered to students’ email each Thursday. If you aren’t receiving it, you can subscribe here. Students can also check out this quick guide of resources for how to stay engaged in and informed about campus life.
- Covid-19 testing, symptoms, what to do with a positive result for yourself or a close contact, quarantine/isolation and mask-wearing
- Class attendance after a positive Covid-19 test, face masks in the classroom and remote classes
- Chapter facilities, meetings, social events, recruitment, and safety precautions
- Roommates, fees, guests and safety precautions. For specifics about quarantine and isolation, visit the quarantine/isolation page.
- Tuition, fees and textbooks
- Quick guide to staying engaged and staying informed
- Mask-wearing, social distancing, how to clean personal space within a classroom and use the Daily Symptom Checker
- Information about how guidelines related to Covid-19 will be enforced
- Dining facility hours and safety precautions
- Support and information for students taking remote or hybrid classes
- List of local clinics offering tests. Any student or employee who tests positive for Covid-19 must report the test to University Health Services.
- Best practices and information from Dr. Charlotte Fant Pegues, Interim Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs
- Checklist and information for students before the start of the semester from Dr. Charlotte Fant Pegues, Interim Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs
- Information about how the university will resume daily operations and return to instruction on campus for the Fall 2020 semester
- Basic health measures for preventing the spread of Covid-19
- Overview of changes to student services and student engagement activities
- Regulations for in-person events, as directed by Governor Tate Reeves
- Links to detailed information about how to stay healthy