Class changes during a semester can be stressful, and we are offering this guide to students to support your success during any transition of your classes out of the face-to-face environment. The University is committed to finding creative ways to ensure that you can complete your classes, regardless of whether they can meet in person or not.
First, be sure that you have sufficient access to internet so that you can use Canvas and complete online classes. If you are on campus and well, the existing computer labs will remain open. You also may use your personal computer, tablet or phone. Take time to ensure that whatever device you have is functional and ready to be used for classwork.
First, be sure that you have sufficient access to internet so that you can use Canvas and complete online classes. Take time to ensure that whatever device you have is functional and ready to be used for classwork.
Learn about the Z, P, PS, and NP grades that can be requested in place of letter grades at the end of the current semester only.
In an effort to assist students in processing their degree applications, The University of Southern Mississippi will accept degree applications from students through email submission for the 2020 calendar year. Learn more.
The Writing Center and Speaking Center are operating remotely, and students can meet individually in online conferences for support with writing and speaking projects. Instructions for making an online appointment can be found here. For more information, email the Writing Center at writingcenterFREEMississippi or the Speaking Center at speakingcenterFREEMississippi.
Career Services welcomes virtual student appointments to discuss internships, resume writing, job searches, or any other dimension of career planning or job seeking. We offer a variety of tools online for students, and you can schedule a virtual appointment through the Career Services website. For more information, call 601-266-4153.
The University’s Advisement Center is open for remote appointments via videoconferencing, and advisors are also available to talk with students by phone about any questions they may have. Please refer to our list of advisors and book an appointment with any of them, or call, if you’d like to talk about your academic plans. We also have many resources available online for students to review, and an Ask-an-Advisor form if you’d just like to submit a question. While you are out and working remotely, don’t let time pass by without planning for your summer and fall classes and ensuring that you stay on track for your degree!
NSRP’s Success Library is designed to provide access to success materials on demand. Topics covered include improving study and note taking habits, learning how to improve time management, thinking critically for college level courses, and setting goals to keep yourself motivated.
We encourage you to use these resources on your own but to make the most of them consider making a virtual appointment with a staff member!
The History Lab is operating remotely and seeing students online. The process of scheduling an appointment is very similar to before. Students who wish to make an appointment can do so by using the link https://historylab.as.me/ (this is the same link as before). Students who wish to have a virtual session should then choose the "Skype 101-102 Online ONLY" options. They will receive a confirmation email with the instructions on how to reach us via Skype. If students have a written draft of an assignment they would like us to look over before the session, they should send it to historylabFREEMississippi. If students do not wish to have a virtual session but want us to look over a draft, they can choose the "Primary Source or EWC Exercise" option, send their draft to historylabFREEMississippi in a word document, and we will comment on that document and send it back.
Students MUST make an appointment online. Virtual sessions and draft revisions will be held by appointment only. Virtual "walk-ins" will not be accepted.
Psychology PSY 360 Statistics Tutoring has moved online!
All Mathematics, Chemistry, and Physics tutoring is continuing and available to support students remotely. Appointments will be available online starting Monday, March 30th, and students can access them through WC Online: http://usm.mywconline.com Through this platform, students will be able to share document text, draw, chat live, and/or use webcams.