Frequently Asked Questions
How long will construction last the Ole Miss Student Union?
The second phase of the project (the expansion) will be completed in time for the 2017-2018 fall semester. The expansion will feature the Food Court, Transit Center, receiving, and the Transit Center. The third phase (renovation of existing building) began in January 2017. It is schedule to be completed in late 2018. It will house meeting spaces, administrative offices, the Center for Inclusion and Cross Cultural Engagement, the Student Leadership and Organization Suite, and expanded lobby spaces.
How do I reserve a tables on campus?
Our office reserves tables on a first come/first served basis, and they must be reserved through our office in Lester 210. The table reservation form can be found on our website as well. Any student organization, solicitor, vendor or campus department must reserve tables through our office. All tables must be set up by the Ole Miss Student Union and are located between Weir Hall and the Lott Leadership Institute.
How do I reserve a room on campus?
How do I host a Union Unplugged on campus?
The Student Activities Association sponsors the weekly Union Unplugged series on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12:15 p.m.-1:00 p.m. You can stop by the SAA office in 210 Lester or reach them at email@example.com.
What ATMs are located while the Union is under construction?
ATMs are located on the first floor of Rebel Market. Currently, the banks servicing the campus include BancorpSouth, Mississippi Federal Credit Union, Renasant, and Regions.
Where can I park when visiting the Ole Miss campus?
Visitors to campus can purchase a parking pass online from the Department of Parking and Transportation (parking.olemiss.edu) or at the Welcome Center located on University Avenue. Faculty, staff and students with a hangtag must parking in their respective parking zones. Additionally, ADA parking is available on the Circle.
How does someone get involved in the Student Activities Association?
Applications for the Student Activities Association Committee are available in 419 Student Union at the beginning of each academic year and are typically due in early September. The available committees are Special Events, Entertainment and Pageants. Of course, you can always attend SAA events throughout the year!
What dining options are available on the Ole Miss campus since the Union is closed?
There are many dining options available on campus that range from Cane’s and Steak & Shake to Dodo’s Pizza in Weir Hall and the Chick-fil-A Food Truck on Galtney-Lott Plaza. There are larger food venues at Rebel Market, the Residential College, and the Grill at 1810, too. For more information, visit olemiss.campusdish.com.
Where can I hold a wedding ceremony or reception on campus?
The university has strict policies regarding the use of facilities for weddings and/or receptions. You can visit olemiss.edu/weddings for more information. The only spaces available for such activities overseen by the Student Union are The Grove and Student Union Plaza.
If I have a comment or complaint about the building, who do I contact?
Please contact the Director of the Student Union at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If I don’t see my question listed, how can I find an answer?
Please call us at (662)915-1044, stop by our office in 419 Student Union, or e-mail email@example.com.