Student Housing

The University of Mississippi

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The Early Entry Pharmacy Living-Learning Community (LLC) offers a residential component for first-year students admitted to the Early Entry Pharmacy program.

The University of Mississippi’s Early Entry Pharmacy program provides highly-qualified students with guaranteed seats in the professional pharmacy program upon completion of three years of pre-pharmacy coursework. The Early Entry Pharmacy LLC adds additional support and sense of community to the robust program initiatives already in place to help Early Entry Pharmacy students succeed.

The Early Entry Pharmacy LLC requires no additional housing application. All students accepted to the Early Entry Pharmacy are strongly encouraged to participate in the Early Entry Pharmacy LLC. Students will choose bedspaces in the LLC during room selection. LLC members must have roommates who are also members of the Early Entry Pharmacy LLC. Spaces will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. 

Early Entry meetings, group study sessions, academic advising, and other programming will be conducted in this space. Bedspaces are limited to those students in the Early Entry program, as the LLC is designed to encourage relationships between Early Entry students with the same general academic schedule and rigor and who participate in many of the same out-of-classroom experiences. From the moment early entry students first step foot on campus until the day they receive their white coats, Early Entry students truly become a close-knit “phamily.”

Residence Hall for 2017-18: Residence Hall 3 



Early Entry Pharmacy LLC Opportunities

First-year Early Entry Pharmacy students will engage in a variety of activities and events designed by faculty and staff in the School of Pharmacy and Student Housing. Programming is intended to:

  • Build relationships among students, staff, and faculty within and beyond the classroom
  • Encourage engagement in campus and community life
  • Develop key skills for those pursuing a career in pharmacy, such as leadership, professionalism, and accountability
  • Create study and peer mentor groups related to common goals and coursework
  • Foster a healthy balance between academic pursuits and social engagement


Faculty Contact Information

Faculty leader for Early Entry Pharmacy LLC:

Chelsea W. Bennett, Ph.D.

Assistant Dean of Student Services

Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Administration

The University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy



To learn more about the Early Entry Pharmacy Program, please visit