The shuttle offers routes to many locations in and around both the Main and Park campuses, including routes to Kroger and Target! You can also download the Blue Line app for 24/7 access to all the information you'll need about the shuttle, including maps, routes, times, stops, etc.
You never know when emergencies could strike, and the University of Memphis is devoted to helping students meet their needs in order to achieve academic success. This page is a compiled list of the University's resources for anyone experiencing personal and financial difficulties.
Cash Course is a free financial literacy program for college students, covering subjects such as financing your education, creating a budget, what banks and other funding sources offer, and information on contracts and loans that are involved in renting an apartment or buying a car.
Temporary housing resources from single to multiple nights. Also an excellent resource list for those looking to volunteer their time or donate resources to charitable organizations.
The University's Student Financial Aid Office home page. To contact the office with more personal or detailed inquiries, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 901.678.4825.
As a University of Memphis student, you're eligible to become a member of First South Financial! This page details the student checking and savings account options available to you. Not a U of M student? That's okay! Student Checking accounts are available to all full time undergraduate and graduate students under the age of 25.
No one should go hungry. If you find yourself in need of food or other basic need items, contact the Tiger Pantry via email (email@example.com), phone (901.678.2187), or fill out this survey to receive your 14-day food box.
Located next to the Elma Roane Field House, TIGUrS (Tigers Initiative for Gardens in Urban Settings) Urban Garden provides the University of Memphis community with access to free, fresh produce, green space, and volunteer opportunity.