We are committed to developing HEALTHY, CONNECTED, and LEARNING-FOCUSED students and communities.
Powerful images of our Southern Miss community standing together in solidarity with the Black community during a peaceful protest, Wednesday, June 3. This demonstration was organized by our Black Student Leaders (presidents of the Afro-American Student Organization, I.D.E.A.L. Women, NAACP, National Pan-Hellenic Council, Men of Excellence and Women's Empowerment Association). #BlackLivesMatter #StrongerTogether
Photos by Kelly Dunn, Southern Miss Image Center
The Southern Miss Creed
Developing HEALTHY students and communities require a focus on physical and mental health as well as risk and crisis management. Our goal is to energize all members of the campus community to learn about and adopt healthy lifestyles.
CONNECTED students and communities produce a positive educational environment and a strong affinity toward Southern Miss. Our goal is to galvanize students’ connections to Southern Miss and with their peers, faculty, staff, and local communities.
Developing LEARNING-FOCUSED students and communities is a primary concern for the Division of Student Affairs. Our goal is to inspire and empower students to capitalize on their learning experiences through the utilization of academic support resources.
Code of Student Conduct