Congratulations! You’ve received an offer of admission from the University of Memphis, so it’s time to claim your spot as a Memphis Tiger. Use this handy to-do list as your guide to confirm enrollment and prepare for your arrival on our beautiful campus in the fall.
That tingly feeling you have right now? That’s your Tiger pride kicking in. Take a selfie with your admissions packet and tag it on Twitter or Instagram with #MEMbound. We’ll be looking for you!
Let’s get your Me + Memphis journey going.
Now that you're admitted, be sure to complete these steps:
Access Your @memphis.edu Email
Confirm Your Enrollment
Set Up Your MyMemphis Account
After initializing your account, you will need to set up your university email. It’s important to check your email daily as this is how the UofM will communicate with you. Set up your email from your phone so you never miss any notifications about your classes or campus activities.
Log into your Tiger Tracks portal and confirm your enrollment. Upon confirmation, we request a deposit that secures your spot in New Student Orientation. Receive swag, priority access and next steps for enrollment confirmation.
Initialize your account by using the 20-digit code found in your acceptance letter.
Apply in Tiger Scholarship Manager. Submit GPA and test score information for academic scholarships before Dec. 1 for priority consideration and by March 1 for final consideration. Check your Financial Aid status in your MyMemphis account, submit outstanding documentation and accept your awards.
Apply for On-Campus Housing and Consider Meal Plan Options
Home at Last – UofM housing has become a popular demand for students over the past decade! These aren’t your parents’ dorms. You’ll discover a contemporary and cool vibe. Living on campus is a feeling that’s unmatched – full of energy, friendships, independence, spirit and fun. Studies show that students who choose to stay in on-campus housing graduate in four years and have higher GPAs.
Dining – You will find great eats scattered throughout campus. The main hubs for dining are centrally located in the middle of campus and include an all-you-can-eat cafeteria with take-out options, coffee shops, markets, sit-down restaurants and popular fast-food chains. Lots of students sign up for meal plans, and you can also add flex bucks to your account to use between meals at popular spots around campus.
NSO prepares you for life as a Tiger. Attend solo or bring a parent/guest to begin the college transition together. Get answers to burning questions about college life, financial aid, getting involved, student services and more. Starting in March, confirmed students can select their summer NSO date.
Submit the 2024-2025 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), available in winter 2024, using UofM’s school code on your application: 003509. Check your Financial Aid status in your MyMemphis account, submit outstanding documentation and accept your awards.
The Helen Hardin Honors College is a top-notch program that brings high-achieving and academically motivated students together for smaller class settings, research opportunities, in-depth discussions and the option to live in the honors living-learning community. Learn more about the Honors College >
ENERGY + SOUL
More than music and BBQ, Memphis offers something for everyone. Explore the city from the banks of the Mighty Mississippi to the vast green space of Shelby Farms and find what the city means to you.
Our faculty and staff go beyond the classroom to help you adapt to college life, face new challenges and pursue your passions to develop to your full potential.
ARRIVE + THRIVE
Health & Accessibility
Diversity & Inclusion
Center for Academic Retention and Enrichment Services (CARES) CARES assists with identifying and overcoming personal concerns, academic deficiencies and life difficulties that could impair chances of succeeding in college, while helping develop good study habits, self-management and decision-making skills that increase retention and graduation rates for college students.
Disability Resources Disability Resources for Students (DRS) arranges, coordinates and provides academic accommodations and support services for qualified students with disabilities.
Recognizing that diversity and inclusion are key components to our students' learning experience, we offer a wide range of opportunities for leadership development, programs, events, scholarships, travel and guest lectures to help you embrace the diversity around you. Additionally, OMA challenges you to think critically and lead the way in finding solutions to society's toughest issues.
Student Health Center Student Health Center is an accessible, cost effective health care facility that emphasizes campus-wide health promotion, disease prevention and acute episodic outpatient medical care.
First Generation Student Success The UofM offers multiple programs that are geared to helping first generation college students succeed, and we provide opportunities for them to receive mentoring and holistic development.
Stonewall Tigers & LGBTQ+ Resources Access resources and learn more about Stonewall Tigers, our student-led group that aims to create an inclusive space on campus for students, staff and faculty.
Counseling Center The Counseling Center provides free counseling, wellness and psychiatric services for University of Memphis students.
The University of Memphis does not discriminate against students, employees, or applicants for admission or employment on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, disability, age, status as a protected veteran, genetic information, or any other legally protected class with respect to all employment, programs and activities sponsored by the University of Memphis. The Office for Institutional Equity has been designated to handle inquiries regarding non-discrimination policies. For more information, visit The University of Memphis Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action.