Communication, Media Requests

All media requests, including campus photography, videos, or student, faculty, or staff interviews must be sent to the director of communications at (901) 260-1357. Photographers, videographers, and media personnel must be accompanied by a member of the Communications Office.

Owls on Social Media


    List of 5 items.

    • Alumni Magazine

      MUS Today, the school alumni magazine, includes feature alumni profiles, faculty and board accolades, and class news.

      Please click here to view our full digital archive of back issues.

    • Student and Parent Magazine

      Inside MUS, published three times a year, covers current school, student, and faculty news.

      Please click here to view our full digital archive of back issues.

    • Sports Media Guide

      The media guide is an annual publication for our sports families, advertisers, and local news/media.

      Please click here to view our full digital archive of back issues.

    • Annual Report

      Please click here to view our full digital archive of back issues.

    • Community Impact Report

      Founded in 1893, MUS has remained steadfast in its primary mission – developing well-rounded young men of strong moral character. Faculty, staff, and students ascribe to the Community Creed, which outlines ideals and virtues that have governed behavior and attitudes since the inception of the school, based on the principles of service, respect, leadership, and involvement. The school positively impacts the city through strategic partnerships, economic contributions, community service initiatives, and alumni endeavors.
      MUS receives funds from tuition, annual gifts, endowment income, and grants. The 2015-16 operating budget was approximately $16.7 million, including salaries, purchases, and contracts for services, which have a significant economic impact. Additionally, the school contributes to the community through facility usage, community service projects, college internship positions, and philanthropic projects with local organizations. Alumni also invest meaningful economic, intellectual, and philanthropic capital in the city. More than 60 percent of the school’s alumni currently live in the Memphis area.
      Please click here to review our annual Community Impact Report.

    School Policies

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    • School Handbook

      The MUS U Book is a comprehensive annual handbook of policies and contact information. It is provided to current MUS families, and may not be used for solicitation or commercial purpose. For confidentiality reasons only policies are provided here.
    • Social Media/School Identity Policy

      This document briefly outlines school policy about social media, use of school identity, and publishing guidelines. Contact the Communications Office with any questions.


    • 2016-17 Admissions - The Mom

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    • 2016-17 Admissions - The Senior

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    • 2016-17 Admissions - The Teacher

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    • "U" Marks the Spot

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