Center for Academic Success and Excellence (CASE)

110 Student Success Center

CASE promotes the success of students from the time of acceptance into MU through graduation by providing opportunities related to academic enrichment, career development, financial literacy, sense of belonging, and wellness to help students transition to and persist at MU. CASE serves as a support for underrepresented minority students, but its services are open to all Mizzou students.

Discovery Center

M110 Student Success Center

Discovery Center offers advising for undecided majors and students from across campus considering a change in major or in need of assistance in determining new options. Discovery Center works collaboratively with students to find the best fit between the student’s interest ­and abilities and what the university has to offer, and helps students navigate through college.

Writing Center

100 Student Success Center

Writing Center supports anyone with a pawprint (including faculty, postdocs, and distanced-students) completely free of charge throughout their time at Mizzou via in-person appointments at the Columbia campus, Zoom appointments, and asynchronous responses through the Online Writery. Writers of all levels can expect detailed feedback and revision options focused on “Higher Order Concerns” and “later order concerns” for any stage of the writing process, regardless of the modality in which they utilize the Writing Center services.

Career Center

Student Success Center, Lower Level

The MU Career Center serves all MU students with their career exploration and development needs. We offer daily appointments and drop-in services to help you:
Explore majors and careers paths
Write résumés, CVs and cover letters
Search for jobs and internships
Prepare for interviews
And much more!
We meet with students in person or online via Zoom. Our services are free of charge with the exception of the CliftonStrengths assessment (which costs $15).

Learning Center

100 Student Success Center

The Learning Center offers free academic services and tutoring through student-centered, interactive and effective academic support. Peer and professional instruction is offered through tutoring, help sessions, exam reviews and study plan consultations.

MU Connect

M121 Student Success Center

MU Connect is student tracking, early alert, appointment scheduling and retention online application that supports student success and engagement. It allows instructors to communicate concerns or kudos and refer students to resources, while also providing an online scheduling feature to set up appointments or group meetings.


165 McReynolds Hall

Service-Learning provides opportunities and academic credit for experience-based learning to promote lifelong commitment to social responsibility and public service. Service-Learning at MU strives to develop civic, corporate and social responsibility while enhancing the students’ personal growth and enriching the lives of persons within the community.

Transfer Center

Mezzanine level of the Student Success Center

The Transfer Center is a space where the transfer student community comes together at all stages of the transfer process. The Transfer Center provides admissions coordinators to navigate your transition to Mizzou, advisors to guide you in your academics, and programming to keep you engaged in the Mizzou community.

Undergraduate Research

150 Bond Life Sciences Center

Undergraduate research facilitates, promotes and encourages research opportunities for undergraduate students to explore the unknown through hands-on work with faculty mentors. The office organizes several forums and poster sessions for students to share their work on campus and provides opportunities for students to travel and present at conferences across the U.S. and around the world.

TRiO Student Support Services

100 Student Success Center

The TRiO program is actively and collaboratively expanding services to better support a population that is constantly changing. The TRiO program is is a strong advocate for meeting the needs of students who are currently in, or have aged out of the foster care program, as well as students who have or are currently experiencing challenges meeting basic housing and food needs.

Freshman Interest Groups (FIGs)

The University of Missouri’s FIG Renewal Working Group aims to improve upon the FIG program’s efficiency and effectiveness. Mizzou’s FIG program helps first-time college students acclimate academically and socially by living near one another in residence halls with roommates who have similar academic interests and take similar classes.