Stephens College President Dianne Lynch blogs about her personal experiences at Stephens to connect with students she wouldn't normally be able to speak to.
MU professor Larry Brown has decided to try incorporating Facebook into his teaching, but is wary of it's ability to replace in-person conversation.
New MU journalism faculty member Jim Macmillan has more than 50,000 Twitter followers. He thinks journalism students will need to know how to use social networking.
Starting in the fall, student teachers at Columbia College can work directly with seven schools in the Columbia Public School District. Previously, they had to secure placement by going through MU's program.
Day two of the school safety and security conference featured Aaron Richman, co-director of the Institute of Terrorism Research and Response and a former police officer from Israel.
At Cleveland State University, John Schupp is helping veterans feel comfortable on campus using all-veteran classes. Now programs are popping up at other universities using Cleveland State as a model.
The new GI Bill will go into effect on Aug. 1, and in some ways, it's the most generous version of the bill yet, but only in certain states. In other states, such as California, the bill's benefits will hardly be felt at all.
An introduction to Collegetown.
Three upper-class students relive a typical day from their freshman year in hopes of preparing incoming freshmen for their first year of college.
The MU Student Recreation Center was chosen by Sports Illustrated as the No. 1 campus recreation facility in America.
Finding clothes on a college student's budget can be difficult, but a number of retailers in Columbia make the task much easier.
Summer Welcome staff provide answers to some of the most frequently asked questions from incoming freshman.
The Missourian offers tips for students seeking textbooks.
Finding your way around Ellis Library is an essential first step after arriving at Mizzou.
Find out how to get your tickets to MU sporting events.
Credit cards can be dangerous, but with planning, they can also be helpful. College is a good time for students to learn smart credit skills.
Biking, walking, driving — all of these options and more are available for students at MU.
There are many misconceptions regarding alcohol abuse on campus, and, although it occurs, it may not be as prevalent as expected.
Students going back to school these days need more than books, pens and paper.
More about the Student Recreation Complex at Rollins Avenue and Hitt Street.