Home to the university administrative offices, the Lyceum was the first building constructed on the Ole Miss campus
J.D. Williams Library is named in honor of the former Ole Miss Chancellor who served from 1946-1968
Gertrude Castellow Ford Center hosts numerous plays, ballets and performances on the University of Mississippi campus
Points of Pride
The University of Mississippi Medical Center collaborates with Tougaloo College and Jackson State University on the Jackson Heart Study, the world's largest long-term study of cardiovascular risk factors in African-Americans.
For the past two years, the University of Mississippi's Chinese Language Flagship Program leads the nation in sending students to the Flagship Capstone, a competitive program that allows students to study for two semesters in China.
The University of Mississippi Medical Center is home to the world’s best-selling medical physiology textbook, the Textbook of Medical Physiology, which has been translated into 18 languages.
The University of Mississippi National Center for Natural Products Research is the nation's only university-based research program devoted to the discovery, development of natural product-derived pharmaceuticals and agrochemicals to benefit human health and agricultural productivity.
With B.B. King's personal record collection as its foundation, the University of Mississippi's Blues Archive is the world's largest collection of blues music recordings, photographs and memorabilia.