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University of Mississippi (Ole Miss)
Admissions Information

SAT & ACT Scores for Ole Miss

Top 25%
The middle 50% of freshmen scored in this range
Bottom 25%
ACT
26
Composite
20
d
SAT
580
Reading
460
600
Math
460
N/A
Writing
N/A
Subject Tests Not Required

Application Details

Fall Application Deadlines

Regular Decision: July 20
Early Decision: N/A
Early Action: N/A

Acceptance & Graduation Rates

80%
Acceptance Rate
37%
Enrollment Rate
30%
4-Year Graduation Rate
53%
6-Year Graduation Rate

International Students

International Application Deadline: June 15
TOEFL Required (International Only): Yes
Minimum Recommended TOEFL (iBT): 79
International Student Aid Offered
1.1%
International
Students

Ole Miss Campus Facts

Established 1848
Type Public
Location University, MS
Undergrads 11,972
Student Faculty Ratio 17:1
Calendar Semester
Colors Harvard Crimson & Yale Blue
Mascot Rebels
Football Southeastern Conference
Basketball Southeastern Conference
Programs
  • ROTC
  • Study Abroad
  • Remedial Services

Tuition and Financial Aid

$5K
$5K
$5K
This College
MS In-state Tuition Avg.
National Avg.
$13K
$11K
$13K
This College
State Avg.
National Avg.
Tuition $13,050
Room & Board $13,860
Total $26,910
Tuition $5,106
Room & Board $13,860
Total $18,966

Financial Aid

76%
Receiving Any Financial Aid
$5,392
Average Grant Aid Received

Alumni Salary Information

 
Rank
$40,300
Starting Median Salary
Third Quartile
$77,600
Mid-Career Median Salary
Top 50%
Salaries provided by Payscale

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47%
Men
53%
Women

Ole Miss Student Body

White:80.6%
African American:13%
Latino/Hispanic:1.2%
Asian:1.4%
Native American:0.4%
International:1.1%
Unknown/Other:2.3%