The SGSHS accepts applications throughout the calendar year. However, applications for a specific academic terms must be received by the Office of Enrollment Management by the deadlines below:
Students wishing to be considered for a graduate stipend for the upcoming Fall semester should apply for admission as early as possible, but no later than April 1. Stipends are assigned on a competitive basis. An applicant is considered for the enrollment period designated on the application. If the applicant is accepted and fails to enroll, or is not accepted, a new application must be submitted if consideration for a subsequent enrollment date is desired.
A nonrefundable fee of $25 must accompany the initial application.
Registration for classes is not permitted unless the applicant has received notification of acceptance toa specific graduate program from the School of Graduate Studies in the Health Sciences. Registration for coursesmust be approved by the graduate program director and advisor. No credit is given for any course for which a student is not officially registered. All students and advisors must complete the required Registration Approval Form before each semester.
UMMC employees who wish to take graduate courses but are not members of a University of Mississippi Medical Center graduate program may apply as nondegree seeking students. Applicants must first complete an Approval to Register Form. The form and instructions for the NonDegree Student are located on the Graduate School website. Nondegree students may not earn more than 9 semester hours. Furthermore, successful completion of courses taken does not in itself qualify the individual for subsequent admission to a graduate program.
Tuition and fees for the academic year can be found on the institutional website. Nonresident PhD students will pay instate tuition. Tuition is subject to change pending information from the Institutions of Higher Learning (IHL).
If problems are encountered when applying for Graduate School, please contact the graduate school office for assistance (601-984-1195). All transcripts and documents submitted in support of an application become the property of UMMC and will not be returned to an applicant or forwarded to another school or individual.
Transcripts and documents should be submitted to:
The Office of Enrollment Management provides the highest quality of administrative service related to the admission, registration and graduation of students at UMMC and its six schools. The office applies continuous quality improvement to ensure that state-of-the-art technologies and enrollment management models deliver excellent service to all stakeholders in their individual and collective missions and vision to train committed health care professionals and researchers for the state of Mississippi.
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