The Study Abroad Office is an authorized Passport Acceptance Facility.
On-site services include:
- Accepting and mailing United States passport book and passport card applications
- Taking passport-sized photos ($10)
In order to accept your application, please bring in the following items:
- Passport Application
- There are several different applications. The US Department of State has a list of applications that are necessary depending on age, whether you are a new applicant or have had a passport in the past, etc. Please visit the US Department of State website to find the appropriate application.
- Supporting documents
- See the US Department of State website for the list of supporting documents
- You can take your photo on-site at the Study Abroad Office! Passport photos are $10.
- Other acceptable photo locations are CVS and Walgreen's. The photo must be a passport-sized photo (2" x 2"), in color, and on photo paper. Other requirements apply. Visit the US Department of State's website for guidelines on passport photos.
- Passport Fees
- These fees are determined by the US Department of State. Current passport fees are noted on its website.
- The passport fee must be submitted as a check or money order. One check or money order is made out to the US Department of State to be sent with your application, and the fee is based on the service you have requested. One check or money order is made out to the University of Mississippi for the execution fee ($35) and ID photo fee ($10 if applicable).
- Checks cannot be temporary checks.
- We cannot bill to the Bursar Account.
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- Applications for passport renewals are often able to be done by mail. To check eligibility for renewal by mail, visit the US Department of State website regarding renewal by mail.
- If you are traveling within 3 weeks of application, you should apply at a National Passport Center. Expedited applications can be made at the Study Abroad Office; however, if you are departing less than 3 weeks from application, to be safe we recommend that you make in-person arrangements at a National Passport Center.