At Mizzou, we understand that a good education is a lot more than courses and homework. That’s why we offer support to help keep you happy, healthy, successful and thriving — on campus and beyond.
Health and Safety
Need to talk? The Counseling Center will help you sort through a range of concerns, including stress, grief, anxiety and family issues.
Along with programs promoting wellness, the Student Health Center offers clinical services, such as medical diagnoses, allergy treatments and immunizations.
The Wellness Resource Center supports prevention programs and services in fitness, nutrition, sleep, stress, addiction and mental health.
The Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention Center works to decrease violence through advocacy and awareness-building.
The MU Police Department provides crime-prevention services and self-defense courses.
Community and Culture
The Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center is a place where the contributions of black people are explored, celebrated, taught and shared.
The MU International Center coordinates and promotes the internationalization of Mizzou, offering services for international students and students who study abroad.
The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer Resource Center provides support, training and literature as well as programming and leadership opportunities for students.
The Women’s Center is a place where you can hang out in a comfortable lounge; check out a book or DVD from a diverse library; and learn about gender equality, social justice, body image and more by attending one of their many programs.
Access and Mobility
The Disability Center coordinates academic accommodations and support services for students with disabilities.
MU Parking and Transportation Services provides shuttle bus services and parking assignments.