Learn About the Admissions Process

Learn how to apply for admission to the UofM.

Schedule a Visit

Tours offered weekdays at 9:30 am & 1:30 pm.

True Blue Tiger

We want YOU to be a Tiger.

Scholarships and Financial Aid

Apply for assistance and academic scholarships.

Undergraduate Applications

Fall Deadline: Dec 31

Get an early start on your application.

Graduate Applications

Step Up: Start a Masters or PhD today.

Law Applications

Fall Deadline: Dec 31

Experience Memphis Law.

International Applications

Fall Deadline: Dec 31

Receive a world-class education.

"Continue to positively impact American education so every student recieves optimal teaching and learning, every day."

READ MORE
Photo of Laura Jane Link

Registration

Register for classes or edit your schedule.

Student Services

Experience college life beyond the classroom.

Student Organizations

Get engaged. Get involved. Experience more.

Majors and Minors

Find your calling with over 50 degree programs.

Course Schedule

View class offerings for the current and upcoming terms.

Academic Calendars

Mark your calendar for start days, breaks and final exams.

Academic Support Services

Improve your academic success.

Lambuth Campus

Advancing the University's mission in West Tennessee.

"Being the first one in my family to attend college."

READ MORE
Photo of Lucas Keenan Hefner

eNews and Signup

Stay up-to-date with the UofM.

Parent and Family Events

Join us for events held just for you!

FAQs

Have a question? We have answers!

Connect With Us

We are here to help you help your student.

Scholarships & Financial Aid

We can help your student attend the UofM.

Student Services

Resources to help your student succeed.

Campus Card

Add money to your student's card for books and food.

Give to UofM

Your gift to the Parent Fund makes the UofM a better place.

"Continue to positively impact American education so every student recieves optimal teaching and learning, every day."

READ MORE
Photo of Laura Jane Link

Join Now

Be True Blue and join the Alumni Association.

Update Your Information

Receive University updates and the Memphis magazine.

Clubs and Chapters

Get involved and stay connected to the UofM.

Make a Gift

Your contribution can make a difference.

Lambuth Chapter

Lambuth Graduates: Reconnect with fellow alumni.

Upcoming Events

Mark your calendar for these upcoming events.

Photo Gallery

View annual collections of the Alumni Association Photo Gallery.

News

Stay up-to-date with Memphis Matters.

"Most proud of my accomplishment of graduating with a degree in accounting in three years with Summa Cum Laude and Honors."

READ MORE
Photo of Rachel Prince

Veterans Resource Center

Supporting the transition from military life to civilian life.

Benefits and Certifications

Learn about VA educational benefits.

Get Credits Toward your Degree

Receive college credit for military experience, skills, and training.

Online Degree Programs

Top provider of more than 50 online degree programs.

U of M
U of M
U of M

Named for a pioneering leader.

Inspiring More minority STEM innovators.

Louis Stokes was a pivotal leader in the quest for civil rights, equality, and social and economic justice throughout his lifetime as a public servant in the United States Congress. In his honor, the National Science Foundation established the Louis Stokes Alliances for Minority Participation (LSAMP) Program in 1991 to increase the number of under-represented minority students with degrees in STEM related fields (science, technology, engineering and mathematics). This critical program encourages minority students to achieve Baccalaureate degrees and to not stop there — but to push further for a graduate education in STEM fields.  

Today, there are 34 Louis Stokes Alliances with more than 450 participating institutions involved in this program. The University of Memphis is proud to be one of six institutions of higher education partnered in Tennessee's Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (TLSAMP).

At the UofM our goal is to increase the number of minorities pursuing STEM degrees by at least 100% within a five-year period through heavy recruitment and a stronger focus on support given to minority students, including:

  • Tutorial programs
  • Mentoring programs
  • Supplemental instructions
  • Student support
  • Undergraduate research opportunities

If you are student majoring in a STEM area (science, technology, engineering, or mathematics) feel free to fill out an application or contact us for more information.