Each type of residential community offers a unique residential experience. Community events and activities align with students’ interests and needs as Ole Miss students and campus residents.
Freshman General Communities
Members of our general communities enjoy a residence hall life that offers enrichment connecting to common general interests.
Through partnerships with faculty, living-learning communities (LLCs) give freshman students opportunities to enhance their residential experiences by connecting with their peers through events and activities designed for participants in specific academic programs.
Members of our living groups enjoy residential experiences that offer enrichment outside of the classroom that is tailored to their interests. Living among peers who share common interests as well as participating in events and activities led by campus staff helps community members to develop skills that bring success during and after their undergraduate years.
Provost Scholars Living Group (Freshmen)
Ole Miss Opportunity Scholars Living Group (Sophomores – Seniors)
Sophomore & Upperclassman Living Group (Sophomores – Seniors)
Transfer Student Living Group (Sophomores – Seniors)
The residential colleges (RCs) offer unique residential experiences to undergraduate students of all classifications. Faculty fellows live in the RCs and contribute to community life by planning events and providing enrichment opportunities to residents. Members of the RCs are committed to academic excellence, community service, and leadership development.