Full-time undergraduates can apply for textbook scholarships through the Center for
Student Success. Priority is given to students with financial need.
The Eagle’s Nest Food Pantry provides free food, hygiene supplies, and school supplies
to students and staff in need.
Visit Eagles Nest
Loaner laptops are available to students on both Hattiesburg and Gulf Park campuses.
Priority is given to students who have no off-campus technology available.
Career Services is your source for on- and off-campus jobs! Make an appointment today to get started.
The Office of Undergraduate Scholarships in Kennard-Washington Hall has all the information you need, including a financial
calendar, information on how to appeal a scholarship, and FAQs. And with the Southern Miss GO! System, you can search, review requirements, apply and accept University scholarships in
one web portal!
Seymour’s Career Closet allows students to shop for FREE clothing in preparation for job interviews, internships, networking events, etc.
Managing finances can be stressful, especially if you're new to saving money, managing additional expenses such as textbooks and a weekly food budget, and paying rent for your first apartment! However, being purposeful in your spending, and setting a defined budget can help to relieve some of that stress.
The Center for Child Development (CCD) provides high-quality education and care services
to children 8 weeks to 5 years old. Degree-seeking students at USM may be eligible
for CCAMPIS (Child Care Access Means Parents In School) which provides families subsidies
towards their children’s childcare costs.
iGrad is an interactive, online platform designed to provide students with knowledge on financial topics, including budgeting, financial aid, banking, investing and more. There are videos, calculators, articles, recommendations, games and other resources. iGrad is free to all currently enrolled Southern Miss students!