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Lactation Station Locations

In addition to two new Mamava Lactation Pods—one located in the Student Union, the other in the Pavilion, download the free Mamava app for iPhone or Android to access—the University has a network of lactation spaces across campus. Any nursing parent, whether student, faculty, staff, or visitor, is welcome.

Guyton HallRoom 204Kim Chrestman
(662) 915-7069
Insight ParkEast Break RoomWilliam Nicholas
(662) 915-2526
Jackson Avenue CenterRoom 139Chris Cavolo
(662) 915-7283
Lamar HallRoom 324Glenn Schove
(662) 915-3434
LyceumSecond Floor, across from elevatorJohnette Taylor
(662) 915-7200
School of Applied Sciences
Garland-Heddleston-Mayes Hall
Garland 206Aurelia Poe
(662) 915-7199
School of LawLaw LibraryKris Gilliland
(662) 915-6824
School of Pharmacy Clinical FacilityBarbara Neyses
(662) 915-5937
Shoemaker HallRoom 400Cindy Rimoldi
(662) 915-7203
South Campus Recreation CenterWilliam Magee Center for Wellness EducationErin Cromeans
South Oxford Campus (old hospital)Room 119 NW
(near School of Nursing)
John Howard
(662) 915-1819
Student UnionMamava Nursing Pod, located on first floor, next to bookstore's downstairs entranceCarole Webb
(662) 915-1044
The Pavilion
762 All-American Drive
Mamava Nursing Pod, located at the southwest corner of the main level, by the All-American ClubAlex Plate
University LibraryA10Stan Whitehorn
(662) 915-7935
V. B. Harrison Health CenterRoom 126Laura Woods


Need help purchasing a breast pump?

UM employees covered by BCBS State & School Employees’ Health Insurance may qualify for breastfeeding equipment at reduced or no cost. Send BCBS your breast pump purchase receipt along with a medical claim form and they will refund 100% up to $100—or, order a pump through an approved durable medical equipment supply company (such as Edgepark Medical at 1-800-321-0591, or Better Living Now at 1-800-854-5729) and the company will handle your claim.

Call 1-800-709-7881 with any questions.


Break Policy for Nursing Moms

In compliance with the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (“PPACA”), which took effect when the PPACA was signed into law on March 23, 2010, the University of Mississippi provides reasonable break time and an appropriate location for an employee to express breast milk.  more