Mississippi University for Women has modified the Spring 2021 Academic Calendar to the reduce spread of COVID-19 associated with travel.
Mississippi University for Women’s chapter of the National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA) is helping give a voice to the potentially voiceless in the Golden Triangle.
A community-based collaboration between the Rotary Club of Columbus and Mississippi University for Women’s School of Education will prepare children to start school happy, healthy and equipped to succeed.
Men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s tennis, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s soccer and volleyball won’t be playing this fall for the Owls.
Mississippi State University, Mississippi University for Women and East Mississippi Community College all plan on utilizing a hybrid method of in-person and online courses this fall.
Classes for all three schools are scheduled to begin on Aug. 17.
The crafty combo guard picked the Owls over Mississippi State and East Mississippi, Itawamba and Northwest Mississippi community colleges.
Beginning Fall 2020, Mississippi University for Women will offer a new business concentration in sports management.
Marty Hatton has been named dean of the School of Education at Mississippi University for Women.
Basketball player Branden Stevenson and tennis player Jacob Davis will be continuing their athletic careers.
Neither the Owls nor the Lions have any plans to discontinue athletic programs due to COVID-19, a step taken by several Division I schools in the past two weeks.