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University of Missouri - Columbia

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About

History

The University of Missouri was founded in 1839 in Columbia as the first public university west of the Mississippi River. 

Education

  • Undergraduate Majors - Choose from 97 majors…or create your own.
  • Graduate Majors - Dive deep into a speciality you love.
  • Online Programs - Get the education you want in the way that works best for you.
  • Continuing Professional Education - Wherever you are in life, Mizzou makes it easy to learn.

Research

  • MU has the nation’s most powerful University research reactor and is the largest U.S. producer of radioisotopes for diagnosing and treating cancer.
  • The University has 17 research farms, research centers and forests covering more than 14,500 acres.
  • Student Training for Advancing Research (S.T.A.R.) is a recognition program created by the Office of Undergraduate Research. If you earn your S.T.A.R., that means you have completed a series of Undergraduate Research Workshops and/or online compliance trainings.

Career

The MU Career Center is a member of the MU Career Services Council, a network comprised of career services offices at the University of Missouri and their professional staff. The Council serves as a gateway for students to experiential education, post-graduate employment and advanced degree work. The network is a coordinated body addressing policy and practice in matters of career service, employment and post-graduate opportunities.

The Career Center is ready to assist you!  Our staff members are available to connect with you the following ways:

  • Online drop-in hours
  • By appointment
  • By phone
  • Or by e-mail

Services

Student services

The International Center supports MU’s international community and Mizzou students studying abroad.

Housing services

  • Manor House
  • Mizzou At Campus Lodge
  • Mizzou At The Rise
  • Tara Apartments

Library services

  • Ellis Library
  • Digital Collections
  • National & Worldwide Libraries
  • Specialized Libraries
  • Law Library
  • Freedom of Information Center
  • Anthropology Library
  • Grayson Archery Library
  • Leadership Library
  • LGBTQ Resource Center Library
  • State Historical Society of Missouri
  • Women's Center Library

ICT services

As the central information technology organization for the University of Missouri, the Division of Information Technology (DoIT) is here for you, your department and your project support. We collaborate with the University leadership and committees to determine organizational IT strategies, policies, priorities, and resource allocations. 

Medical services

Student Health Center

  • Acute illnesses and injuries
  • Ongoing and chronic medical and mental health conditions
  • Minor procedures including skin biopsies, lesion removal, toe nail removal and laceration repair
  • Co-managed with home town providers and specialists
  • Health maintenance and preventive services
  • Systematic screening for depression, anxiety, alcohol and substance use

Student Life

Campus life

All Residential Life residence halls and apartments help you stay connected to the campus resources you need to succeed at Mizzou. 

  • Apartments
  • College Crossing
  • Park View
  • Southwest Village
  • Truman Central

Sports facilities

  • Facility Rentals & Tour Requests
  • Memorial Stadium/Faurot Field
  • Mizzou Football South End Zone Facility
  • Mizzou Arena
  • Taylor Stadium
  • Hearnes Center (VB)
  • Hearnes Center (WR)
  • Hearnes Center (T&F)
  • Hearnes Center (GYM)
  • Audrey J. Walton Soccer Stadium
  • Audrey J. Walton (T&F)
  • Mizzou Softball Stadium
  • Mizzou Aquatic Center
  • The Club at Old Hawthorne
  • Gans Creek Cross Country Course
  • Mizzou Athletics Training Complex
  • Mizzou Tennis Complex
  • Devine Pavilion
  • Tiger Performance Complex (GYM)
  • Tiger Performance Complex (Golden Girls)

Student clubs

  • The Greek community at MU is home to thousands of undergraduate students. Our organizations provide a support system that makes the campus community seem much smaller.
  • Representing thousands of undergraduates at Mizzou, our students build a unique community atmosphere that has thrived at Mizzou for years. Members of the Fraternity & Sorority Life community are exposed to many different personalities, interests, and challenges beneficial for social growth, while forming lifelong friendships. The bonds you develop with other members in your chapter are more than just friendships.

Columbia, Missouri, United States

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