Campus Recreation and Intramural Services:
Campus Recreation Intramural Services will serve the wellness and recreational needs
of students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends of The University of Memphis. Services
will include exercise classes, fitness programs, leisure counseling, informal recreation,
competitive intramural sports, special programs/ events, club sports, equipment purchase/
rental and a variety of courses/ clinics focusing on our increasing leisure time.
Career Services works with students during all phases of the career development process.
Our services include individual career planning, resume critiquing, mock interviewing,
and internship and job search preparation. We also seek to build strong partnerships
with the university and Memphis community at-large.
The Commencement Office plans and implements five ceremonies on three dates each year,
provides diplomas, and provides significant support to the President’s Honors Assembly,
Freshmen Convocation, and other university-wide ceremonies.
Disability Resources for Students:
Disability Resources for Students provides information and support services to enable
students to take full advantage of the educational opportunities at the University
First Scholars Program:
The First Scholars® Program supports first-generation college students and enhance
their ability to successfully graduate. The 4-year program is open to incoming first-time,
full-time freshmen whose parents did not attend college.
Future You Program
What if your future self could tell you what's important now? That's the premise behind
the new "Future You" program. Like Future You on Facebook at facebook.com/uofmfutureyou
or follow on Twitter @uofmfutureyou to get messages from your future self. Find out
how what you do today will lead to you in your future.
The SafeZone Program at the U of M exists to support gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender,
intersexed, and questioning U of M students, faculty and staff, to improve the overall
U of M campus environment and to educate the entire campus community on concerns relating
to GLBTIQ issues.
Student Affairs Learning and Assessment:
Student Affairs Learning and Assessment provides support to Student Affairs departments
and programs by assisting in assessment design, including finding or developing appropriate
instruments; assisting in the analysis and interpretation of assessment data so that
it can be used effectively; and assisting in the creation or clarification of learning
Student Health and Counseling Services:
The Student Health and Counseling Services department, made up of the Counseling Center,
the Student Health Center and the Testing Center, is a comprehensive student development
agency committed to providing a seamless set of services to assist students in actualizing
their maximum potential.
Student Success Programs (TRiO):
The Student Success Programs (SSP) at the University of Memphis provides assistance
to students who are first-generation and/or low-income and/or have a disability to
successfully obtain their bachelor’s degree. Services are designed to promote retention,
persistence, loan debt minimization and timely graduation of participants.
Tutoring @ ESP (Educational Support Program):
ESP provides academic assistance including workshops, personalized learning assessments,
supplemental instruction, and tutoring in ten Learning Centers on the main campus,
U of M Lambuth, Millington and Collierville.
The Testing Center assists students in fulfilling educational goals by providing a
variety of testing services by certified personnel in a pleasant, technologically
U of M Lambuth:
With the exception of First Scholars and Student Success Programs, all of the above
services are available to students at the U of M Lambuth campus.
Need to access services while off-campus? Please visit Student Affairs’ one-stop
site for online services: www.memphis.edu/sao