Office of Records

About

The mission of the Office of Records at Millsaps College is to assist with the administration of academic programs, to serve as a liaison with the faculty, and to function as a service office for students. The Office of Records coordinates academic activities, such as creating and maintaining courses; student registration; protection of academic records; certification of students for continued enrollment and for graduation; and official transcripts. The Office maintains, interprets, and monitors academic policy and communicates procedures to faculty, students, and other constituents.

Responsibilities of the Office of Records at Millsaps College include:

  • management of the student and course information files
  • general education  audits as support for academic advisors
  • degree audits as support for academic advisors
  • transfer transcript evaluations for admitted students
  • transcript production
  • enrollment verification
  • insurance/good student verifications
  • certification of students eligible for Veteran’s benefits
  • academic room assignments
  • academic class schedule production
  • exam schedule production
  • various reports for institutional research needs
  • diploma and cap/gown orders
  • academic record maintenance
  • record retention program for academic information

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Policies

Policy for Training and Certifying Faculty to Teach Online/Distance Education Courses

All faculty planning to teach an online course for the first time are required to complete one-on-one training with the college’s Instructional Technologist. Once the training is completed, the Instructional Technologist and the appropriate Department Chair, Associate Dean, or Dean will issue a certification to the faculty member and the Dean of the College.  Any Online/Distance course must be approved by the divisional dean prior to student registration for that semester.  Advanced training will be available for topics such as video transcription, ALT Tags for images, screen readers, and other topics of interest to faculty members.

The Office of Records also follows all academic policies listed in the College Catalog.

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Forms for Students

Most tasks require formal documentation; the forms below provide the necessary formal documentation.

Use the following links to request the appropriate form via email.

The following forms may be downloaded.  These forms may be turned in via office walk-in in the Academic Complex room 142, or they may be scanned and then emailed to records@millsaps.edu.  Alternatively, they may be mailed to the Office of Records at Millsaps College at 1701 North State Street Campus Box 150436 Jackson, MS 39210.

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Forms for Faculty

Below are forms the Office of Records uses to perform processes. Forms may be turned in via office walk-in in the Academic Complex room 142; they may be faxed to 601-974-1114; they may be scanned and then emailed to records@millsaps.edu; or they may be mailed to the Office of Records at Millsaps College at 1701 North State Street Campus Box 150436 Jackson, MS 39210.

The following forms must be submitted to the Curriculum Committee. After approval, the Curriculum Committee will forward the forms to the Office of Records for implementation.

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Forms for Others

Below are forms the Office of Records uses to perform processes. Forms may be turned in via office walk-in in the Academic Complex room 142; they may be faxed to 601-974-1114; they may be scanned and then emailed to records@millsaps.edu; or they may be mailed to the Office of Records at Millsaps College at 1701 North State Street Campus Box 150436 Jackson, MS 39210.

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Getting a Transcript

Millsaps College holds transcripts from the following institutions:

  • Millsaps College (1890-current)
  • Wood College (a college in existence from 1886-2003)
  • Grenada College (a college in existence from 1882-1950)
  • Whitworth College (a college in existence from 1858-1928) – also maintained at Lincoln County Public Library

Official Transcripts for Millsaps College and Wood College:

Millsaps partners with a company called Parchment to provide transcripts, and the price for a transcript is $10. The service can accommodate attachments.

Current Millsaps students should click here to request an electronic or paper transcript from Millsaps College.  The first time you request an official transcript, you will be required to set up a username and password.  Please follow all instructions at the website linked above.

Former students of Millsaps College and Wood College should click here to request an electronic or paper transcript.  The first time you request a Millsaps or Wood official transcript, you will be required to set up a username and a password. Please follow all instructions at the website linked above.

Note: Transcripts for Grenada College and Whitworth College are available only as paper documents. To request an official transcript in paper from Whitworth College or Grenada College, please call us at 601-974-1120.

Current and former students may request a paper transcript in-person in the Office of Records at Millsaps College at 1701 North State Street Campus, Jackson, MS 39210.  Requirements for obtaining an official Millsaps, Wood, Grenada, or Whitworth College paper transcript are:

  • A picture identification is required to pick up a previously requested transcript in the office.
  • If you plan on having someone else pick up the transcript for you, please fill out this release of records form.
  • We do not fax transcripts to individuals. We can fax them to other institutions for $10 per transcript.
  • Transcripts are released only with a request by the student. This is in accordance with federal law, FERPA.
  • Processing time is normally 24-72 working hours, but may take longer if we are experiencing heavy volume during times such as registration and graduation.
  • We do not take payment over the phone.
  • If you want expedited shipping within the US or international shipping, you may use FedEx. See instructions here.
  • Students who graduated with their undergraduate degree from Millsaps College do not have to pay the $10 fee if they are applying to graduate school at Millsaps College.
  • Current Millsaps College faculty and staff who attended Millsaps College do not have to pay the $10 fee for paper transcripts.
  • All financial obligations to the college must be cleared prior to receiving an official transcript.

Unofficial Millsaps College Transcripts:

Unofficial transcripts are only available for Millsaps College alumni. Unofficial transcripts are free of charge and are printed on standard white paper with an unofficial stamp across each page. Unofficial transcripts can be faxed, mailed, emailed, or picked up in person with a photo ID. You must submit your request in writing with your signature; see request form here. Current students can access their unofficial transcript on Major Portal. Once you log in to Major Portal, click “Student Planning.” A new menu will come up. From that screen, on the top there will be a student planning menu that looks like arrows. Open it up and click “Unofficial Transcript.”

 

FAQ About Curriculum on Transcripts:

What is IDST 1000/IDST 1050/LBST 1000/LS 1000?
See letter from the Director of Writing and Teaching here.

What is IDST 1118 and IDST 1128?
See letter from the Director of the Heritage Program here.

What are IDST courses?
IDST stands for Interdisciplinary Studies. Many IDST courses were special topics during a particular section of a particular semester. Topics were in the Humanities (Ancient World, Pre-Modern World, Modern World, Contemporary World, Fine Arts, History, Literature, Philosophy, and Religion), Social/Behavioral Science, Natural Science, Mathematics, and Computer Science. For a course description of a particular IDST course during a particular semester, please contact the Office of Records.

What is FYCS/FYCSFA/FYCSOC/FYCSTEM 1010?
See letter from the Ventures Coordinator here.

What is FYCS/FYCSFA 1020?
See letter from the Connections Coordinator here.

What is TRCS 1050?
See letter from the Discovery Coordinator/Director of Writing and Teaching here.

What is FYHH 1010 and FYHH 1020?
See letter from the Our Human Heritage Coordinator here.

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Enrollment and Education Verifications

Procedure for Requests:

  • For Third Parties: The Office of Records provides enrollment/education verifications to third parties without a student’s signature, in full compliance with FERPA’s Directory Information. Companies should email records@millsaps.edu or fax their request to 601.974.1114. A signed release from the student is required if GPA information is requested.
  • For Current Students: To request an enrollment/education verification, login to Major Portal and click “Enrollment Verifications.” Once you come to the next screen, click “add new request.” Fill out the fields and click submit. The Office of Records will then process your request. See an example of a standard enrollment verification letter. If you want us to add information to the letter such as your academic standing or GPA, please write in the “comments” field what additional information you need before submitting the request. If you plan on picking up the letter yourself instead of us sending it out, please mention that as well.
  • For Previous Students: Request an enrollment/education verification by filling out this form.

Please note that it is the policy of Millsaps College to not provide pre-enrollment education verification letters for students who plan to attend Millsaps but have not yet attended. Thank you for your understanding.

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Transfer and Articulation

Transfer Credit

These policies govern how the Office of Records reviews credits for transfer:

  • Earned hour credit is normally allowed for work taken at other regionally accredited institutions.
  • Millsaps College accepts the transfer of credits earned at other institutions of higher education on the basis of course equivalency. Course equivalency is the determination that a course taken at another institution is comparable to a course offered by Millsaps College in terms of objectives, learning outcomes, and educational level. Equivalent courses are accepted and applied to meet program requirements. Non-equivalent courses may be accepted as free electives and count as earned hours toward graduation.  Some courses not regarded as consistent with a liberal arts curriculum may not be credited toward a degree.
  • Mode of delivery is not a relevant or distinguishing factor in evaluating equivalency.
  • For transfer courses not already having recognized equivalencies, the appropriate academic department determines the acceptance and application of each course.
  • Academic departments may designate a maximum age for credits to be accepted to fulfill major, minor, or concentration requirements.
  • General education and free elective credits do not expire.
  • After earning 64 semester hours at a two or four-year institution, a student may not take additional work at a community college or junior college and have it apply toward a degree from Millsaps.
  • Credits earned at another institution will be recorded on a non-graded basis.
  • Transfer credit is given only for courses in which the student earned a C- or higher.
  • In the case of a student transferring to Millsaps with partial fulfillment of a general education requirement, the Office of Records, in consultation with the Compass Council, may approve courses to substitute for the remainder of the requirement.
  • Students must be matriculated at Millsaps College to have transfer credits entered into their academic records.
Articulation Agreements
  • Dallas County Community College School District agreement; see more here.
  • An articulation guide for students transferring to Millsaps College from a Mississippi community or junior college and how those credits come into the Compass Curriculum can be found here.
  • This report shows what Millsaps College has accepted as transfer credit before by institution.

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Credit By Examination

Students entering Millsaps College may earn a waiver of certain requirements or college credit as a result of their performance on specific examinations. The amount of waiver or credit is limited to two courses in any discipline and 28 hours total. International students may also be eligible for advanced placement, depending upon the educational system completed (for example: IB, A-levels, Abiture, etc.). Scores on the appropriate Advanced Placement or International Baccalaureate examinations, CLEP subject matter examination, or CEEB achievement tests should be sent to the Office of Records for evaluation. An administrative fee will be assessed for each course so recorded. A score of 4 or 5 is ordinarily required on an AP exam and a score of 5, 6, or 7 on a higher 13 level IB exam is required to receive academic credit. For information concerning scores necessary to attain credit for any AP examination IB, or CLEP, or other exam, students should consult with the Registrar or Dean of the College. International students should contact the Director of International Recruitment with any questions about their advanced placement eligibility.

Other Policies:
  • Credit by exam can count in the total number of letter graded hours.
  • Students can only receive 28 semester hours in credit by exam.
  • Credits come in under Millsaps’ 4-credit hour currency.
Procedure:

In order for a student to receive credit for scores, the official score report must be submitted to the Office of Records for review. The student will then be notified of their status toward credit. Current recommendations from Millsaps Department Chairs are listed below regarding credit to be awarded and acceptable scores on applicable exams. This list is not all encompassing. If you have taken another examination or are interested in taking one and would like to know if you can receive course credit, please contact the Registrar.

Exams:
Test Type (AP, CLEP, IB, or Cambridge) Exam Title Score Required on Exam for Credit at Millsaps Millsaps Class it would come in as. (If no class code, TRAN means it will come in as elective credit and CMPS means it will come in as Compass credit) Amount of Credits Earned
AP

(AP.ARTS)

Art History 4, 5 ARTH CMPS 4
AP

(AP.BIOL)

Biology 4, 5 BIOL 1000: Introduction to Cell Biology with Lab 4
AP

(AP.MATH.AB)

Calculus AB 4, 5 MATH 1220: Analytic Geometry and Calculus I 4
AP

(AP.MATH.BC)

Calculus BC 4, 5 Math 1220: Analytic Geometry and Calculus I and MATH 2230: Analytic Geometry and Calculus II 8
AP

(AP.CHEM)

Chemistry 4, 5 CHEM 1213: General Inorganic Chemistry I 3
AP

(AP.CHIN)

Chinese Language and Culture 3, 4, 5 MLAN CMPS 4
AP

(AP.PLSC.CG)

Comparative Government and Politics 4, 5 PLSC 2000: Comparative Government 4
AP

(AP.CSCI)

Computer Science A 4, 5 CSCI 1010: Computer Science I 4
AP

(AP.ENGL.LG)

English Language and Composition 4, 5 ENGL TRAN 4
AP

(AP.ENGL.LT)

English Literature and Composition 4, 5 ENGL TRAN 4
AP

(AP.ENVS)

Environmental Science 4, 5 ENVS 1000: Environmental Issues 4
AP

(AP.HIST.EU)

European History 4, 5 HIST 2350: European History Since 1789 4
AP

(AP.FREN)

French Language and Culture 3, 4, 5 FREN 2000: Intermediate French 4
AP

(AP.GERM)

German Language and Culture 3, 4, 5 MLAN CMPS 4
AP

(AP.HUM.GEO)

Human Geography 4, 5 SOAN 1100: Introduction to Anthropology 4
AP

(AP.ITAL)

Italian Language and Culture 3, 4, 5 MLAN CMPS 4
AP

(AP.JAPN)

Japanese Language and Culture 3, 4, 5 MLAN CMPS 4
AP

(AP.LATN)

Latin 4, 5 LATN CMPS 4
AP

(AP.ECONMAC)

Macroeconomics 4, 5 ECON TRAN 4
AP

(AP.ECONMIC)

Microeconomics 4, 5 ECON TRAN 4
AP

(AP.MUSC)

Music Theory 4, 5 MUSC CMPS 4
AP

(AP.PHYS1)

Physics 1: Algebra-Based 4, 5 PHYS 1203 and 1201: College Physics I with Laboratory 4
AP

(AP.PHYS2)

Physics 2: Algebra-Based 4, 5 PHYS 1213 and 1211: College Physics II with Laboratory 4
AP

(AP.PHYS.C)

Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism 4, 5 PHYS 2013 and 2011: General Physics II with Laboratory 4
AP

(AP.PHYS.C2)

Physics C: Mechanics 4, 5 PHYS 2003 and 2001: General Physics I with Laboratory 4
AP

(AP.PSYC)

Psychology 4, 5 PSYC 1000: Introduction to Psychology 4
AP

(AP.SPAN)

Spanish Language and Culture 3, 4, 5 If the student scored a 3, they may earn SPAN 1000, 1010, and 2000 credit. If the student scored a 4 or 5, they may earn SPAN 3000 credit. 4-16
AP

(AP.SPANLIT)

Spanish Literature and Culture 3, 4, 5 If the student scored a 3, they may earn SPAN 1000, 1010, and 2000 credit. If the student scored a 4 or 5, they may earn SPAN 3000 credit. 4-16
AP

(AP.MATH.ST)

Statistics 4, 5 MATH 1150: Elementary Statistics 4
AP

(AP.ARTS.2)

Studio Art: 2-D Design 4, 5 ARTS CMPS 4
AP

(AP.ARTS.3)

Studio Art: 3-D Design 4, 5 ARTS CMPS 4
AP

(AP.ARTS.D)

Studio Art: Drawing 4, 5 ARTS CMPS 4
AP

(AP.PLSC.US)

United States Government and Politics 4, 5 PLSC 1000: Introduction to American Government 4
AP

(AP.HIST.US)

United States History 4, 5 HIST 2100: History of the United States to 1877 and HIST 2200: History of the United States Since 1877 8
AP

(AP.HIST.WD)

World History 4, 5 HIST TRAN 4
Cambridge A Level Exams

(CAM.ARAB)

Arabic – 9680 Pass MLAN CMPS 4
Cambridge A Level Exams

(CAM.BIOL)

Biology- 9700 A, B, or C BIOL 1000: Introduction to Cell Biology with Lab 4
Cambridge A Level Exams

(CAM.BIOBES)

Biology (BES) – 9184 A, B, or C BIOL 1000: Introduction to Cell Biology with Lab 4
Cambridge A Level Exams

(CAM.CHIN)

Chinese – 9715 Pass MLAN CMPS 4
Cambridge A Level Exams

(CAM.CLST)

Classical Studies – 9274 Pass CLSC 2000: Classical Mythology 4
Cambridge A Level Exams

(CAM.CSCI)

Computer Science – 9658 A, B, or C CSCI 1010: Computer Science I 4
Cambridge A Level Exams

(CAM.CSCI2)

Computing – 9691 A, B, or C CSCI 1010: Computer Science I 4
Cambridge A Level Exams

(CAM.FREN)

French – 9716 70% Pass; 80% Pass FREN 2000; FREN 2110 4
Cambridge A Level Exams

(CAM.GERM)

German – 9717 Pass MLAN CMPS 4
Cambridge A Level Exams

(CAM.MATH)

Mathematics – 9709 A, B, or C MATH 1000: Topics in Mathematics 4
Cambridge A Level Exams

(CAM.PORT)

Portuguese- 9718 Pass MLAN CMPS 4
Cambridge A Level Exams

(CAM.SPAN)

Spanish- 9719 Pass MLAN CMPS 4
Cambridge A Level Exams

(CAM.SPANB)

Spanish (BES) – 9282 Pass MLAN CMPS 4
CLEP

(CLEP.GERM1)

German Language Level 1 50 MLAN CMPS 4
CLEP

(CLEP.GERM2)

German Language Level 2 60 MLAN CMPS 4
CLEP

(CLEP.HUMAN)

Human Growth and Development 50 EDUC TRAN 4
CLEP

(CLEP.SPAN1)

Spanish Language Level 1 50 SPAN 1000 and SPAN 1010 8
CLEP

(CLEP.SPAN2)

Spanish Language Level 2 63 SPAN 1000, SPAN 1010, SPAN 2000, and SPAN 2110 4-16
IB Diploma Program

(IB.GREK.H)

Language Acquisition-Classical Languages Classical Greek Higher Level 5+ GREE CMPS 4
IB Diploma Program

(IB.GREK.S)

Language Acquisition-Classical Languages Classical Greek Standard Level 5+ GREE CMPS 4
IB Diploma Program

(IB.LATN.H)

Language Acquisition-Classical Languages Classical Latin Higher Level 5+ LATN CMPS 4
IB Diploma Program

(IB.LATN.S)

Language Acquisition-Classical Languages Classical Latin Standard Level 5+ LATN CMPS 4
IB Diploma Program

(IB.FREN.B)

Language Acquisition-French ab initio Standard Level 5+ FREN 2000: Intermediate French 4
IB Diploma Program

(IB.MAND.S)

Language Acquisition- Mandarin ab initio Standard Level 5+ MLAN CMPS 4
IB Diploma Program

(IB.SPAN)

Language Acquisition- Spanish ab initio Standard Level 5+ If the student scored a 5, they may earn SPAN 1000, 1010, and 2000 credit. If the student scored a 6 or 7, they may earn SPAN 3000 credit. 12-16
IB Diploma Program

(IB.SPANB.S)

Language Acquisition- Spanish B Standard Language Standard Level 5+ If the student scored a 5, they may earn SPAN 1000, 1010, and 2000 credit. If the student scored a 6 or 7, they may earn SPAN 3000 credit. 12-16
IB Diploma Program

(IB.MATHS.S)

Mathematics- Mathematical Studies Standard Level 5+ MATH 1000: Topics in Mathematics 4
IB Diploma Program

(IB.MATH.S)

Mathematics- Mathematics Standard Level 5+ MATH 1000: Topics in Mathematics 4
IB Diploma Program

(IB.BIOL.H)

Sciences- Biology Higher Level 5+ BIOL 1000: Introduction to Cell Biology with Lab 4
IB Diploma Program

(IB.BIOL)

Sciences- Biology Standard Level 5+ BIOL 1000: Introduction to Cell Biology with Lab 4
IB Diploma Program

(IB.CSCI.H)

Sciences- Computer Science Higher Level 5+ CSCI 1020: Computer Science II 4
IB Diploma Program

(IB.CSCI.S)

Sciences- Computer Science Standard Level 5+ CSCI 1010: Computer Science I 4
IB Diploma Program

(IB.ENVS.S)

Sciences- Environmental Sciences and Society Standard Level 5+ ENVS 1000: Environmental Issues 4
IB Diploma Program

(IB.PHYS.H)

Sciences- Physics Higher Level 5+ Physics 1201,1203,1211, and 1213: College Physics I and II with Laboratories 16
IB Diploma Program

(IB.PHYS.S)

Sciences- Physics Standard Level 5+ Physics 1201,1203,1211, and 1213: College Physics I and II with Laboratories 16

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FAQ from Faculty

Q: What is MajorPortal?

A: MajorPortal is the home for applications and will eventually replace functionality that has been accessible to students, advisors, and instructors in MajorAccess.

Q: How can I help students with advising and registration in MajorPortal?

From MajorPortal, advisors have access to an application called “Advising” and students have access to an application called “Student Planning.” Login to MajorPortal and click “Advising”. Here you will be able to view information about your advisees and help them plan/register for courses. Read more about what you will see in the “Advising” by reading this PDF. Once you’re ready to help students plan and register, see exactly how by watching a short video here or reading this detailed PDF.

Q: How do I know what classes meet a Compass Curriculum requirement?

A: See video here.

Q: What is FERPA, and how do I see whether a student has signed a FERPA form or not?

A: See video here.

Q: How do I know what catalog year a student is assigned to?

A: See video here.

Q: One of the students in my class is concerning me. I am not their advisor. How do I find out who their advisor is so I can contact them?

A: Go to your class roster on MajorAccess. Go to the line corresponding to the student in question and click the “Student Profile” box and then “submit”. The student’s advisor(s) will display on the profile page that comes up.

Q: From MajorPortal, how can I waive a student’s pre or corequisites so they can get into my course?

A: See PowerPoint presentation here.

Q: I teach a class that, per the college catalog, is registration by “permission of instructor” only. From MajorPortal, how can I give students permission to enroll in my course?

A: See PowerPoint presentation here.

Q: From Major Portal, how can I allow a student to register for a class that has been closed due to course capacity?

A: You can’t do this online in Major Portal. Please have the student fill out a printed change of schedule form and get your handwritten signature.

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FAQ from Students

Q: My GPA is _____ and I want it to be _____. What grades do I need to get to raise my GPA?

A: You can calculate your GPA by visiting this website.

Q: How does the registration process work from a student perspective on MajorPortal/Student Planning?

A: Watch a short video here or read this PDF.

Q: How do I know if I have a registration restriction (hold) on my account that will prevent registration?

A: There will be an alert in Student Planning in the upper right hand side of the screen.

Q: I want to petition to overload my courses for a semester. How do I do that?

A: No student may register for more than 20 hours in a semester without a cumulative GPA of 3.000 and permission of the Director of Academic Advising and Student Support. If you would like to petition for overload, email the director at advising@millsaps.edu. In your email, include why you need to overload, your GPA, and reasons why you think you will be successful despite the heavy course load.

Q: How do I know what classes meet a Compass Curriculum requirement?

A: See video here.

Q: How does the summer registration process work?

A: Summer registration occurs in the Office of Records, not online. The official process occurs in late April. For Summer 2018 it is April 16-17, 2018, however students can continue to register for courses until the session’s start date. Students do not need to meet with their advisors to register for Summer sessions. Students will visit the Office of Records in Academic Complex room 142 for registration. Students should bring their college ID. For summer tuition prices, see the Business Office.

Q: Are all classes eligible for online registration?

A: Most classes are eligible for online registration but some classes such as honors, directed studies, research, and internship classes are not available for online registration. You are also unable to register online for any class you wish to take credit/no credit or audit. In addition, you cannot register online for classes you wish to repeat.

Q: How do I register for classes that I can’t register for online?

A: Classes that you can’t register for online will be registered for in the Office of Records with a paper registration form signed by your advisor and/or instructor. You will be able take the form to the Office of Records anytime after your registration time has started.

Q: What do the building codes on my schedule mean?

A: See below.

  • AC = Academic Complex
  • BAC = Bacot Hall
  • BCCC = Boyd Campbell College Center
  • BF = Baseball Field
  • BOWL = The Bowl
  • BUIE = The Buie House
  • CAB = Cabot Lodge
  • CC = Christian Center
  • CHA = Charles Hall
  • COSH = Chi Omega House
  • EH = English Hall
  • EZE = Ezelle Hall
  • FF = Football Field
  • FRA = Franklin House
  • GAL = Galloway Hall
  • GOO = Goodman Hall
  • HAC = Hall Activities Center
  • JON = John Hall
  • JSH = John Stone Hall
  • KAH = Kappa Alpha House
  • KDSH = Kappa Delta House
  • KSH = Kappa Sigma House
  • LCAH = Lambda Chi Alpha House
  • LEG = Leggett College Center
  • LIB = Library
  • MDTN = Midtown
  • MH = Murrah Hall
  • MHA = Murrah Hall Annex
  • NHN = New South Hall North
  • NHS= New South Hall South
  • OBS = Observatory
  • OFC = Off Campus
  • OH = Olin Hall
  • PAN = Panhellenic House
  • PKAH = Pi Kappa Alpha House
  • PPS = Physical Plant Shop
  • SAEH = Sigma Alpha Epsilon House
  • SF = Soccer Field
  • SH = Sanders Hall
  • SHH = Sullivan Harrell Hall
  • SNS = Sanderson Hall North
  • SNS = Sanderson Hall South
  • SUS = Susanna Hall
  • TC = Tennis Courts
  • WEEM = Weems House
  • WELL = Wellspring Dorm
  • WH = Whitworth Hall
  • YUC = Yucatan

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Staff

Detailed staff information and duties can be found below. Staff adhere to the AACRAO Principles of Professional Ethics and Practice found here.

Ken Thompson, PhD
Registrar & Associate Dean for Data and Records
Email: ken.thompson@millsaps.edu
Phone: 601.974.1123

Quentin Ransburg, Ed.S.
Associate Registrar
Email: quentin.ransburg@millsaps.edu
Phone: 601.974.1125

Kathie Adams
Assistant Registrar
Email: adamska2@millsaps.edu
Phone: 601.974.1124

Vacant
Institutional Research Analyst
Email:
Phone: 601.974.1122
Email: IR@millsaps.edu
Phone: 601.974.1502 (Duties:

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Contact Us

The Office of Records is located on the first floor of the Gertrude C. Ford Academic Complex in suite 142. Office hours are 8am until 4:30pm Monday through Friday. For more information please contact us.

601.974.1120 (Records)
601.974.1114 (Fax)
records@millsaps.edu

601.974.1502 (Institutional Research)
IR@millsaps.edu

Mailing Address:
Millsaps College – Office of Records
Campus Box 150436
1701 North State Street
Jackson, MS 39210-0001

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