Our Purpose

The Division of Student Affairs is committed to designing exceptional out-of-classroom experiences to help Mizzou students succeed on campus and after graduation. Our priorities are student success, emotional well-being, diversity and inclusion, and healthy organization. Our work stands on the pillars of trust, compassion, stability, hope and growth.

Resource Guide

Download this guide to resources for academic support, campus life, health and wellness, and more.

RESOURCE GUIDE FOR STUDENTS (PDF)
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Here to Help

Physical and mental health are vital to student success. The University of Missouri is committed to supporting student health and well-being through a collaborative approach to well-being that includes the Counseling Center, Student Health Center and Wellness Resource Center.

Student Health & Well-Being
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Student Affairs Student Assessment Board

The Student Affairs Student Assessment Board (SAAB) brings together student perspectives in the collection, interpretation, and dissemination of assessment data. Learn how you can join SAAB. Apply by Oct. 19.

Strategic Initiatives & Assessment
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Reporting Concerns

The University of Missouri is committed to providing a safe, inclusive and ethical learning environment in which our campus community can live out our values of respect, responsibility, discovery and excellence. Anyone — staff, faculty, alumni, community members, parents and other family members — can help by reporting many types of concerns about a student.

COVID-19

The Latest

We encourage practices that help keep the campus community healthy and safe. Because COVID-19 continues to infect Missourians, the CDC recommends that people remain up to date with their vaccines. Self-monitoring for symptoms and staying home while sick are extremely effective strategies for reducing the spread of infectious diseases

COVID-19 INFORMATION
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