Spring 2013 Advising begins October 29.
Who We Are
MUW is a public university that feels like a private college. Founded in 1884 as the first public college for women in the United States, MUW is a tradition-rich university that has educated men for more than 20 years.
U.S.News & World Report has consistently ranked MUW among the top Southern public master's universities. MUW also has been prominently ranked in other leading publications such as Kiplinger's Personal Finance and Consumer's Digest magazines.
Mississippi University for Women is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS)
Our four colleges feature more than 50 outstanding majors and concentrations,
and with more than 75 campus organizations, it is almost impossible not to find a perfect fit.
With a 13:1 student-faculty ratio, our dedicated instructors and staff, as well as talented alumni and friends, are here to help you excel!
Flexible Learning Options
At MUW we believe that the cost of a college education should not be a deterrent
to your pursuit of earning a college degree. One of the Financial Aid Center's goals
is to provide quality service and financial assistance to all our eligible students –
new entering freshmen, transfer, continuing and graduate students. Learn More
Apply for Admission
Our online application is free and it’s easy to use! Once you have submitted an application, your high school transcript, and your ACT scores, you should have an admissions decision within two weeks. Learn More
Applying for graduate studies may seem overwhelming at first glance. However,
we've made the process easy for you. Below you will find links to application
materials for all our graduate programs. In addition to the information below,
consult the Catalog. Keep in mind that individual programs use different forms
and that not all forms will apply to all programs. We've provided to the right links
to admissions requirements. If you experience any problems in the application process, don't hesitate to contact us. Learn More
Professional Learning Courses
(Professional Learning Academy, Ed2Go, and JER Online courses)
The Center for Creative Learning offers a wide range of highly interactive courses
that you can take entirely over the Internet. All of our courses are led by expert instructors. Our online courses are affordable, fun, fast, and convenient. You may
want to enhance your resume by earning a certificate or just take a course for fun. Whatever the case may be, there is something for everyone. Learn More
Meet with an Advisor
The Advising Center is an academic resource center for Mississippi University for Women faculty members, staff, and students. The Advising Center also is a
resource for newly admitted and other prospective students. The Center is
governed by Academic Affairs and is charged with providing advising services. The Advising Center staff is knowledgeable regarding general academic policies and procedures and university core curriculum requirements. Learn More
Register for Classes
(Before beginning the registration process, you must see your assigned advisor
to approve your schedule and get your registration access pin (RAP)
Log onto MUW homepage (http://www.muw.edu) and click on BANNER WEB.
Deadlines -- Courses may be added or dropped without penalty during the first days
of classes in a semester via Banner Web. Students should check the academic calendar for all important dates concerning dropping a course, adding a course, or changing the status of a course. Deadlines are enforced.
Drop Procedure -- Students may drop classes via Banner Web through the last day
to add a class. After that date (consult the Academic Calendar) the drop process
begins with the advisor, and procedures are printed on the drop form. The drop transaction is not final until the form is submitted to the Registrar's Office. Failure to complete the process may result in loss of credit (if the course is not added properly)
or receipt of a failing grade (if course is not dropped properly).