Move-In Day begins at 9:00 AM. Look for signs that will direct you. As a part of your check-in, you will receive a schedule of the events for the first few days. Students will have several of activities, known as Blues Week, to keep them occupied as they adjust to new college life.
Contact Housing and Residence Life with questions: 662-329-7127.
Enjoy a relaxing evening watching a movie sponsored by the Residence Hall Association. The movie this year will be Aladdin.
Contact the Office of Housing and Residence Life for questions: 662-329-7127.
Join the Wesley Foundation and Baptist Student Union for a non-denominational worship service in Carrier Chapel.
The pick-up locations are Cochran Hall and Kincannon Hall. The shuttles will run every thirty minutes.
For more information, contact Student Life at 662-241-6974.
Grab your hat and put your boots on and come to the Wesley Barnyard Bash! There will be line dancing, square dancing, food, and more.
Contact the Wesley Foundation for any questions: 662-328-1998
Join the Wesley Foundation and Baptist Student Union for a Progressive Lunch. Students will be picked up at Kincannon Hall by a double decker bus and taken from place to place.
Join the W Leadership for an afternoon of fun with waterslides, snowballs, and more!
Contact the Office of Student Life with any questions: 662-241-6974.
Come and participate in the annual traditon of a shaving cream fight presented by the 2 Year Social Club Council.
Come and enjoy sweet treats and fun while getting to know more about some of the services offered to students by SGA and the couseling center.
Hosted by The W Counseling Center and Student Government Association
Join the W's Social and Greek organizations for a night of karaoke. There will be National Pan-Hellenic Coucil Greek performances.
Contact Student Life with questions: 662-241-6974.
Go to Common Grounds in the library and enjoy a drink for half price!
Come out and engage with over 65 student organizations that the W has to offer. Our organizations include many different categories like academics, social, and special interest.
Come meet the men of the Brotherhood of Beta Kappa Tau!
W Athletics, the Office of Development and Alumni and Campus Recreation will be hosting Late Night at the Rec featuring Meet the Owls and Glow Pound. MUW Alumni Association President, Kristi Mosley will welcome new students! There will be class demonstrations by Campus Recreation. Enjoy free food provided by the Lowndes County Alumni Chapter. Don’t miss out on an opportunity to win t-shirts and other prizes!
Contact Campus Recreation for any questions: 662-241-7494.
Sponsored by the Office of Housing and Residence and Resience Hall Association
This is a great way to meet academic contacts and get tips on how to be successful with your major.
Arts, Sciences, & Education: Painter 113
Business & Professional Studies: Shattuck Hall
Nursing and Health Sciences: Nissan Auditorium
24/7 Room Registration + Facts & Snacks
Register your Student ID for swipe access to the library’s 24/7 digital classroom. To register, you must bring your student ID card with you!
Also, there will be an exhibition of campus offices and their resources for students. Some of the offices include Department of Education, The Counseling Center, the Campus Health Center, and many more.
Wesley Wednesday is a weekly service for college students at 4:45 PM at the Wesley Foundation Building. Each week there is a meal, worship service, and a speaker.
Student Programming Board is hosting laser tag in the Pope Dining Room.
Enjoy a late night meal before classes begin.
This event is sponsored by the Office of Housing and Residence.
Sponsored by Sodexo
Come and enjoy the cuisine from local restaurants and project CHEW. There will be a novelty sposored by the Student Programming Board and inflatables.
Please contact Student Life with any questions: 662-241-6974.
Hosted by Career Services.
Get to know more about the Social organizations of The W and enjoy sweet treats.
This event is sponsored by Student Life: 662-241-6974.
Interested in learning more about the Theatre and your place in it?
Want to know more about our upcoming season?
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to perform onstage or be part of an improv group? Or perhaps your interests lie backstage: set construction, scene painting, sewing costumes or hanging stage lights.
We welcome ALL students who wish to be a part of live theatre, whether onstage, back stage or both.
Also, there are scholarships available!
Come find out more at the Theatre Interest Meeting;
Tuesday, August 27 at 3:30 PM upstairs in Cromwell 238.
(aka Second Stage)
This meeting is mandatory for Theatre majors and minors
Complimentary box lunch with Tennessee Williams's one-act "Something Unspoken". Plus, memorabilia exhibit.