Assisting Students in Distress
Our No. 1 goal is to ensure a safe and healthy environment for living, learning and working. Mizzou faculty and staff are in a unique position to demonstrate compassion for students.
If your student is showing signs of distress, say something: They are more likely to receive assistance if you expresses concern. Below are some resources to help you take action.
|Immediate threat, emergency or after-hours crisis||MU Police Department
9-1-1 or 573-882-7201
|Students needing immediate mental health support, including after hours||Counseling Center
|Students needing non-emergent mental health support||Student Health Center
|Students needing additional campus support or exhibiting concerning behavior||At-Risk Committee
Dean of Students
|Students reporting discrimination, harassment or retaliation, as well as sexual violence||Office for Civil Rights & Title IX
|Students struggling with academic or health issues or other conflicts||Care Coordinator, Office of Student Accountability & Support
|Additional options||Mizzou Cares Crisis Resource Line