To add some humor to your Twitter feed, follow these parody Twitter accounts, including @MizzouPooper and @clubellis.
Whether it is a lingering cold or mental health struggles, there are plenty of facilities available for students to get help.
The gym has something to offer everyone — hitting a cycling class or relaxing by the pool.
Here is your guide to reacting to some of the common embarrassing moments around campus.
When you are ready to move out of the dorms, there are plenty of options for student apartments in Columbia.
Across the southern edge of MU, students and alumni will be mingling, eating and playing toss games.
Here are a few essential items needed to make your first football game day a fond memory.
Here is a complete list of stores around town to help you blend in with black and gold.
The tradition to freshen up the M began in 1957. It measures 95 feet high and 90 feet wide.
Students can live-chat with a librarian to find what they're looking for.
MU has many interesting and challenging courses to offer.
Here is a dissected look at a sampling of nooks and crannies to spend some time away from home.
Students have three block plan options to use at residential dining locations. Here is a guide to the menus, hours and secrets at the various locations.
Here's a guide to what happens at a Missouri football game.
Many Columbia restaurants have developed menus to satisfy diverse dietary needs and tastes.
Looking for a Halloween costume or is vintage clothing your style? You have some shopping options in Columbia
In downtown Columbia, you will find arcades, art galleries and an independent movie theater among other things.
Students interested in gaining residency to qualify for in-state tuition must live in the state for 12 consecutive months and have a job.
Even in the most obvious places, there are hidden spots that can be a good fit for your studying needs.
Sharyn Freyermuth provides advice about getting the most out of your time with your adviser.