Department of Military Science & Leadership
Developing Tomorrow’s Leaders Today
Scientists and teachers, business leaders and policy makers, and officers for the US Army. The University of Southern Mississippi and its Army ROTC program prepare students to be innovators and leaders for the 21st century. We produce lieutenants for the active Army, the National Guard, and the US Army Reserves, each with a breadth of perspective who:
- Demonstrate a capacity for excellence
- Confident they will be competent Army leaders because of the rigor of the program
- Committed to the Army for the duration and open-minded about further service
When you become part of the Army ROTC, you're not just working toward a diploma, but an even brighter future as a leader alongside other motivated Cadets.
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Renowned biophysicist and DNA scientist Dr. Michelle Wang will be the featured speaker for the Fourth Annual Rayborn Lecture Series in Physics and Astronomy, set for Nov. 18 at 6:30 p.m. at The University of Southern Mississippi’s Thad Cochran Center on the Hattiesburg campus.
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The School of Music invites you to hear the second of two fantastic student recitals, in which our entire string program showcases their semester's work in chamber music. You'll hear both legendary and obscure works for all stringed instruments in about an hour's program. All groups will compete for a spot in our semesterly String Chamber Honors Recital!
Students of the School of Music’s trombone studio perform in concert.
The School of Music presents a recital featuring graduate and undergraduate pianists from the studio of Dr. Ellen Price Elder.
The Fall Repertory Dance Company concert is an exciting chance for students to continue performing in front of an audience. This concert will feature one new faculty choreographic work, as well as senior student choreographic projects.
One of the most popular romantic musical comedies of all time, Guys and Dollsbrings characters from the famous Damon Runyon stories to the stage, taking a chance on love and life! These performances are made possible by Southern Miss Theatre and in part by the generous support of Partners for the Arts.