• Photo of graduate Leah Brigance with badge graphic which reads: Phi Theta Kappa transfer students receive $14,000 - $16,000 in funding over two years.
    “I chose the University of Mississippi – DeSoto because of the location and price. Also, it
    was a priority for me to work and go to school at the same time. Being in DeSoto County
    my whole life, it was great that I could get a degree right here in Southaven.”
    Leah Brigance of Olive Branch
    UM-DeSoto Bachelor of Integrated Marketing Communications graduate
  • Photo of graduate Mia Mayes with badge graphic which reads: Caring faculty and staff on the Southaven campus to help you reach your goals.
    “There were so many opportunities for me when I transferred to UM-DeSoto; from the
    Writing Center, student organizations, financial aid, and faculty and advisors that cared.
    It was a wonderful experience that prepared me for the next step in my career.”
    Mia Mayes of Independence
    UM-DeSoto 2020 Bachelor of Social Work graduate
  • Photo of student Rodrigo Rodriquez Escutia with badge graphic which reads: Average starting salary of UM School of Business Graduates is $51,623
    “I chose finance because I love math, and I hope to become a financial manager.
    Getting a bachelor’s degree will affect my life tremendously. I believe you need to
    study and learn in order to live a fulfilling life.”
    Rodrigo Rodriquez Escutia of Southaven
    UM-DeSoto Bachelor of Finance major

Path4 Program for NWCC-DeSoto Students

Students at Northwest Community College-DeSoto can transition to Ole Miss-DeSoto seamlessly through a partnership between both campuses.
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course transferability

Course Transferability

If you have accumulated academic credit and would like to check out the transferability of a course online, visit our transfer student webpage. See where you stand!
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