- Members of the community can donate to the Rebel Relief campaign to support the university in helping members of the Ole Miss community, including mental health services, emergency funds and academic support. Donate here: https://ignite.olemiss.edu/project/20389
- The Student Health Center will continue operating for urgent care and sick visits only. Students should call ahead to schedule an appointment.
- Several centers are offering telemental health services to students and to the community, including the University Counseling Center, the Wellness Center of Oxford, the Right Track Medical Group, Open Path Collective and iHope Network.
- Grab-n-Go bags of food are available while supplies last outside of the food bank entrance at 213 Kinard Hall.
- Volunteers at The Pantry will bring items to cars on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9-11 a.m. The Pantry is located at 713 Molly Barr Rd.
- More Than A Meal is offering to-go meals on Tuesdays from 5-6 p.m. at the Stone Center.
- For those who have lost jobs because of COVID-19, been quarantined under doctor’s orders or been diagnosed with COVID-19, Move On Up Mississippi can help with access to food.
- Comcast is offering free access to WiFi hotspots and free internet for 60 days for new customers.
- AT&T is also giving access to WiFi hotspots.
- New customers can also receive 60 days of free internet from Altice USA and Charter Communications.
UMatter, a university program for the university community, supports students in many ways beyond this list. Visit their website for more information.