In hopes of better supporting our members, the Interfraternity Council has compiled some useful on-campus resources below.
firstname.lastname@example.org · (662) 915-7174
The Career Center is available to support students as they prepare for their future career and search for a job. The Career Center provides students with mock interviews, resume revisions, personal statement support, Handshake & LinkedIn help, a career closet, and more.
email@example.com · (662) 915-5970
firstname.lastname@example.org · (662) 915-7248
Grove Grocery is an on-campus food pantry located in Kinard Hall, Room 213. We offer groceries, toiletries, and cleaning products. It is confidential and free to all Ole Miss students, faculty, and staff. Grove Kitchen is located in the George Street House and serves as a fully equipped kitchen with a stove, microwave, crockpot, and other accessories. Grove Grocery offers grab-and-go bags, and there is also the ability to place food orders through their website.
email@example.com · (662) 915-3784
The University Counseling Center provides individual, group, and couples counseling free of charge to all enrolled students. The UCC provides crisis support during regularly staffed hours, as well as after-hours support every day. Consultations and single therapy session appointments can be utilized for students seeking very brief therapeutic support. Therapy Assistance Online (TAO) Connect is a wonderful free resource to all faculty and staff at the University of Mississippi, which can be used in conjunction or independently of therapy.
firstname.lastname@example.org · (662) 915-7248
University Health Services serves students at the University of Mississippi by meeting the health care needs of our community. University Health Services accepts walk-ins but encourages students to please call ahead at the number above to reserve an appointment time.
Violence Intervention and Prevention Services promotes awareness of the realities of sexual assault, intimate partner violence, and stalking. Staff and peer educators provide education and training for students, faculty and staff concerning these topics. The office provides confidential advocacy to assist victim-survivors of these incidents and serves as a liaison between the University and local resource groups.
Interfraternity Council is proud to stand alongside fellow campus leaders in the SEC promoting a cause that extends beyond Greek life. A recent study found that college men are aware of their important health needs but often take little action to address them, with accessibility to resources being a significant barrier. To tackle this challenge, we’ve partnered with Manual, a company specializing in providing accessible resources on nutrition, sleep, mental health, fitness, and more. These valuable tools are easily accessible from our everyday devices and available at any time. Sign up with your student email to access your free account today!