Ole Miss Women’s Council for Philanthropy

The University of Mississippi
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    2015-2016 OMWC Scholars


    2015 OMWC Graduates


    15th Anniversary Celebration


    Scholar Trip to Chicago

    Emily R. at Legacy, Legends, and Lyrics

    Legacy, Legends, and Lyrics with Rivers Rutherford

    Emily Richmond


    Scholars with Edith Kelly-Green and Karen Moore

    Hadassah Strong, Olivia Morgan, Morgan Woodard, Debra Whitley, Maggie Hovan


    OMWC Scholars participating in Color My College

    BreAnna Faust, Hadassah Strong, Morgan Woodard


    Scholars with Athletic Director Ross Bjork


    Senior Scholars

  • Welcome

    The Ole Miss Women’s Council for Philanthropy (OMWC) is an innovative and groundbreaking program at the University of Mississippi that provides scholarships and counsel for students destined to be leaders.

    Helmed by an accomplished cadre of female leaders and philanthropists, the OMWC provides scholarships for tuition and books for young men and women, as well as guidance and training in leadership skills, career development, and personal growth throughout the students’ tenure at the university.

    Scholars are guided by career mentors and sitting members of the OMWC and participate in leadership training, mentoring, community service projects, cultural enrichment activities and alumni networking.

    Featured Spotlight

    Robert Khayat to Receive the 2016 Legacy Award

    Robert C. Khayat – Chancellor of the University of Mississippi from 1995 to 2009 and leader of what has been aptly described as a “renaissance at Ole Miss” – has been chosen the 2016 Legacy Award recipient by the Ole Miss Women’s Council for Philanthropy. Read more…


    Join the Rose Society


    An annual gift of $1,000 for a Rose Society membership may be designated for yourself or as a gift to honor a special woman in your life. 100 percent of your contribution directly impacts student programming. Members will be invited to all OMWC events, as well as an annual signature event limited to Rose Society membership. Read More…