April 29 – May 2, 10am – 4pm
The Pavilion Main Entrance
What do I need to bring?
Your student ID
Is it free?
Yes, to students who were enrolled for both semesters
What if I wasn’t enrolled for both semesters?
Faculty members, law school students, and non-students can pay $50. Students who were only enrolled for one semester can pay $25
How do I pay?
We can take card, cash or check at the Student Media Center. We can only take cash or check at the Pavilion.
What if I can’t come?
You may come to Bishop 201 anytime between 8am-5pm beginning Monday, May 6 to pick up the 2019 book.
Can someone else pick up my yearbook for me?
Yes, but they must have your student ID.
What if I missed last year?
You may come to Bishop 201 anytime between 8am-5pm beginning Monday, May 6 with your student ID to pick up yearbooks you may have missed in past years. Inventory may be limited.
Am I in it?
Yearbook portraits were taken in the fall by an outside company called Lifetouch. If you showed up for our portrait sign-ups, you will be pictured in that section. We also have a Sponsor Section, and you may be pictured with an organization. The rest of the book is filled with stories about the year, so it is not exclusively a book full of portraits.
I never got an email to pick my portrait!
That’s ok! If you took a picture for the portrait section, you should have gotten an email to pick your favorite. If you didn’t, it may have gone to your spam. Lifetouch picked the best photos of each person, so even if you didn’t pick your photo, you are still pictured in the book.
I worked on my high school yearbook. Can I work on it next year?
You may contact our 2020 editor-in-chief, Megan Suttles, about information for next year. The email is email@example.com
How can I look at yearbooks from before I went here?
Every yearbook is in the Library, and can also be found in a digital archive through the Library’s database. You can access that link on theolemissyearbook.com in the About section.
More content is available on www.theolemissyearbook.com.