The University of Memphis ecosystem is vibrant and ever growing - we are a community of centered around a desire to lead, learn, and engage. We want to foster that growth in all of our Tigers and are creating pathways to success that start in early childhood learning and carry through high school and higher education opportunities. University Schools enrollment is for faculty and staff of the University of Memphis as well as community members.
Our University Schools include the Early Learning & Research Center, Campus School, and University Middle. The Early Learning & Research Center serves Tigers ages 2-5 through three classroom demonstrations. Campus School, a nationally recognized Blue Ribbon School, serves Tigers in Kindergarten- 5th grade. University Middle currently serves Tigers in 6th and 7th grade through a project based learning instructional model.
Plans are underway for additional educational programs and partnerships to launch in the coming years including an infant and toddler program, a high school, and a partnership program to provide early childhood education to children with special needs.
The mission of University Schools is to provide the children of our community with educational experiences that enhance their development from birth to graduation and promote dynamic research, collaborative partnerships and innovative practices.
Center for Service, Learning & Volunteerism
The Center for Service, Learning & Volunteerism aims to engage students, faculty and staff in community service and action. Over 3,000 Tigers serve over 31,000 hours annually and we aim to grow that number each year!