Mississippi University for Women is a public, 4-year institution established in the city of Columbus. Despite the college’s name, MUW has been admitting both men and women since 1982. The college features a variety of facilities for on-campus students to visit, such as the Marie Charlotte Stark Recreational Building and the Hogarth Student Union. Eligible students can enroll in the Gordy Honors College, which includes opportunities for undergraduate research grants, regional and national conferences, a forum series, and the chance to enter the Residential Honors Program.
A close-knit community where people get to know each other in common fields of study. The professors know your name and call you by it when they see you in the hallway. Beautiful campus full of activities and things of interest.
Danielle from Macon, MS
The W is known for it's small size, historic campus, caring teachers, and great academic programs. I chose to go there because of its small classrooms, many awards, and the multiple wonderful teachers I met before I made my decision. On the W's campus you never meet a stranger, and you will learn more than just information from books: you will learn about who you are.