Largest Graduate Schools in Mississippi

In Mississippi, University of Mississippi has the most enrolled graduate students of 4,449 students. Mississippi State University and University of Southern Mississippi have the large number of graduate students followed by University of Mississippi. Next table shows the top 10 largest graduate schools by graduate enrollment with tuition and number of offered programs in Mississippi. We exclude the online completely schools that all programs are offered only online and all students have enrolled online exclusively.
Largest Graduate Schools in Mississippi (2019-2020)
School NameGraduate Student PopulationTuition & FeesNumber of Programs
TotalStudents Enroll Only exclusivelyMenWomenIn-StateOut-of-StateTotalOnline Programs
1University of MississippiPublic, 4 yearsUniversity 4,449529
(11.89%)
1,8712,578 $8,300$23,564 9716
2Mississippi State UniversityPublic, 4 yearsMississippi State 3,484973
(27.93%)
1,6981,786 $8,910$23,950 10016
3University of Southern MississippiPublic, 4 yearsHattiesburg 2,589959
(37.04%)
8921,697 $8,896$10,896 8735
4Jackson State UniversityPublic, 4 yearsJackson 1,919656
(34.18%)
4731,446 $7,621$8,445 4910
5Belhaven UniversityPrivate, 4 yearsJackson 1,8981,328
(69.97%)
4891,409 $10,620 2219
6Mississippi CollegePrivate, 4 yearsClinton 1,871520
(27.79%)
6571,214 $12,130 8830
7William Carey UniversityPrivate, 4 yearsHattiesburg 1,793808
(45.06%)
5711,222 $9,900 4510
8Delta State UniversityPublic, 4 yearsCleveland 640466
(72.81%)
190450 $6,859$7,671 2114
9Alcorn State UniversityPublic, 4 yearsAlcorn State 485269
(55.46%)
135350 $6,888$7,290 124
10Mississippi Valley State UniversityPublic, 4 yearsItta Bena 355148
(41.69%)
119236 $7,220$7,220 112
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