M110 Student Success Center
AEAS offers advising for pre-journalism, pre-communication, undecided majors and students in transition needing assistance in developing academic plans. AEAS 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.
505 E. Stewart Rd.
The Academic Support Center promotes and assists teaching, research and service through educational communication technologies. ASC oversees technology installations, upgrades and maintenance in campus auditoriums and classrooms. Additionally, ASC provides a host of creative resources including audio, video, photography, graphic arts and other multimedia services.
The Campus Writing Program strengthens curriculums across the board by supporting Writing Intensive courses. A leader in Writing Across the Curriculum theories and practices, the CWP supports instructors’ in educating students through principles of “writing-to-learn” and “learning-to-write” through faculty development programming.
201 Student Success Center
Career Center resources include assistance with career and major exploration, resumes, interviews and job searches. The Career Center also offers various outreach programs and career counseling. The mission is to empower students to engage in lifelong career development by encouraging purposeful experiences, personal reflection and exploration of career information.
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.
249 Heinkel Building
Educational Technologies assists instructors in integrating meaningful and innovative forms of technology into the classroom to improve teaching and learning. Services focus on pedagogical design and technology innovation and excellence, including course redesign programs and instructional design consultations.
204 Lowry Hall
The Fellowships Office assists students in identifying and applying for nationally-competitive fellowships that enhance their education and post-baccalaureate experiences. The office encourages students to combine scholarship and research with service and leadership to prepare them for meaningful experiences after they complete their degree.
211 Lowry Hall
The Honors College provides the services and engagement of a small college with the breadth of a large university through scholarship, research opportunities and service-learning. Nearly 200 unique honors courses are offered each year. Additionally, more than $1.6 million in endowed scholarships help the Honors College attract a diverse group of high-achieving students so they can excel in all facets of their education.
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.
136 Clark Hall
Mizzou Online brings more than 100 University of Missouri graduate and undergraduate degree and certificate options to the World Wide Web, with 1,000-plus online class options that deliver the same quality educational experience as MU on-campus programs.
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.
M127/M128 Student Success Center
The MCC prepares students to understand and facilitate cross-cultural interaction in their future careers as well as in their general life experiences. Students who complete 15 hours from an approved list of courses qualify for the certificate.
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.
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.
100 Student Success Center
The Writing Center offers free writing support to all MU students. Face-to-face and online assistance is available for all stages of the writing process from initial brainstorming through the final draft.