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LGBTQIA+ Programming & Initiatives
The University of Mississippi

Below are some campus partners who can support LGBTQIA+ students through life at the University of Mississippi. If you have a need that does not seem matched with an office listed below, reach out to Aileen Lambert at

All Gender Restrooms

Initiatives are in the works to bring clear and explicit “All Gender” signage to restrooms at the University of Mississippi. Please see below for current information and resources on the locations of single occupant, unisex, and accessible restrooms.

Locating Restrooms on the Online Campus Map

To currently view restrooms on the campus map, click “Services” > “Health & Safety” > “Restrooms”, and then select by building.

All Gender Restroom List

Click here to view and/or download a PDF document of current single occupant, unisex, and accessible restrooms.

Campus Climate Concern Form

While freedom of expression and the open exchange of ideas are important to the University of Mississippi, actions and behaviors that are bias-motivated, prejudiced, or otherwise disrespectful can negatively impact individuals or groups.

Members of the university community who have experienced or witnessed perceived/alleged bias incidents are encouraged to complete this reporting form. The form will give you the opportunity to share the details of the incident including the impact it has had on you and/or others. The Bias Education & Response Team (BERT) will review all submissions to determine appropriate next steps. Our priority is connecting those who have been impacted by bias incidents to the appropriate resources and support.

BERT is not an investigative, adjudicatory, or disciplinary body and does not function in lieu of any disciplinary or complaint processes within or outside of the University.

If you have questions, you may also e-mail or call the Office of Diversity and Community Engagement at 662-915-2933. For immediate assistance or emergencies, please contact the University of Mississippi’s Department of Police and Campus Safety at 662-915-7234.

Equal Opportunity & Regulatory Compliance

The University of Mississippi’s Office of Equal Opportunity & Regulatory Compliance (EORC) is responsible for compliance with federal laws and regulations pertaining to the fair treatment of faculty, staff, and students, which includes the application of Title IX and Title VII, and upholds equal employment opportunity to ensure equal access to the University. Accordingly, EORC is also responsible for investigating complaints of discrimination and serves as a liaison between the University and federal enforcement agencies concerned with equal opportunity and non-discrimination. EORC is additionally responsible for the implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of the University’s Affirmative Action Program.

Please direct any comments/questions regarding our website to: Specific questions regarding Title IX, Affirmative Action, employment discrimination or harassment (including misgendering, homophobia, or transphobia) may also be directed to You may also contact:

Kimberly DeVries – Director of EORC

Honey Ussery – Assistant Director of EORC/Title IX Coordinator

Billy Benson – Assistant Director of EORC

Grove Grocery

Grove Grocery: The UM Food Pantry seeks to end campus hunger and alleviate poverty by discreetly providing nutritious food products and hygiene products free of charge to students and employees in the Ole Miss community.

Student Health Services

Student Housing

  • UM Student Housing: To speak with someone in Student Housing regarding housing options and supportive measures, please contact Student Housing at or (662) 915-7328.
  • Break Housing OptionStudent Housing remains open during Thanksgiving Break and Spring Break at no additional cost to students.


UMatter: Student Support & Advocacy exists to support students facing a variety of challenges. Students work with our case managers to find resources and plan next steps to reach their personal and academic goals. So, whether your grades are struggling, a major life event has occurred, or you just need someone to help guide you towards resources, we are here to help!

Contact us at 662-915-7248 or We’re located in the Student Union on the 3rd floor in Suite H. Stop by to see us!

Scope of Service:

  1. Respond to concerns from the campus community about students in distress.
  2. Promote campus community health and safety through targeted outreach and education focused on student care concerns.
  3. Advocate individually and systemically for students who are experiencing challenges. Advocates connect students with partners, both on and off campus, guide them through processes, and empower them to advocate for themselves.
  4. Provides resources for responding parties involved in Title IX investigations and Title IX-related concerns.
  5. Foster resilience and self-advocacy in students through effective case management.
  6. Coordinate student reporting channels for on- and off-campus issues.

University Counseling Center

To make an appointment, call 662-915-3784 or stop by the Counseling Center located on the 3rd floor of Lester Hall, just up the hill from the Rebel Market (Johnson Commons).

Violence Intervention and Prevention

Violence Intervention and Prevention: Survivor Support Services promotes awareness of the realities of sexual assault, intimate partner violence, and stalking. Staff and peer educators provide education and training for students, faculty and staff concerning these topics. The office provides confidential advocacy to assist victim-survivors of these incidents and serves as a liaison between the University and local resource groups.