In June 2021, the Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges (COPLAC) Executive Committee voted and officially approved Mississippi University for Women as a provisional member.
In launching the historic campaign, the university seeks to build on and grow its loyal base of alumni and friends to position The W and its students for continued success in an ever-changing environment.
Thanks to the Ina E. Gordy Honors College’s Summer Community Engagement Program, 12 students from The W assisted local nonprofit partners in a five-week program over the summer.
The W's new MFA in Theatre Education that is the first of its kind in the United States, one that meets the needs of students and allows them to keep their jobs or to stay near family to take care of other obligations while pursuing their degree.
The creation of the Diversity Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Council has been an integral component of The W’s commitment to promoting diversity and inclusion on campus through increasing self-awareness and facilitating intercultural competence.
Totaling over 40,000 square feet and two stories, the new Culinary Arts facility will feature multiple kitchens, equipped with the latest commercial-grade equipment.