MU has venues and events, at discount prices, to entertain students year round.
Financial aid is available to students who take the time to find it.
A sampling of places to eat – and some good deals – downtown near MU.
Parents can be involved in their child's college experience and give them space.
There are a number of markets on campus and off that are both convenient and cheap. Here's how to find the best option for you.
Many food options are available at or near MU.
From MU chancellor to student leaders, a comprehensive list of the most important people to know on campus.
Inexpensive dates around town might include dining out or listening to music.
The work study program at MU has more money to give out this year because of stimulus funds and more awards have been offered. But Financial Aid Director Jim Brooks said he thinks a greater proportion of students will accept them this fall.
The College of Veterinary Medicine's care for a golden retriever prompted the dog's owners, David and Gloria Lowell, to pledge $1 million for scholarships for veterinary students.
A Web site that directed visitors from mizzou.us to the University of Kansas' home page disappeared Tuesday afternoon after the Collegiate Licensing Company sent a letter asking the owner to deactivate the account.
A Columbia man is one of five Missouri students returning from Nigeria, where violence has broken out in several parts of the country.
To help accomadate veterans, colleges accross the country are offering new classes and programs to help ease the transition from the battelfield to the classroom.
The UM System Board of Curators met Friday and unanimously approved capital and operations funding requests to the state. The money would help the UM System address increasing student enrollment as well as fund building rehabilitation and construction.
The Missouri Senate has formed a committee that aims to improve education in the state and better prepare students for the job market.
MU's Basic 3-D Design class created a menagerie of animal sculptures, which have been placed at the corner of Hitt Street and University Avenue.
For the second year, MU's Residential Life will lease housing from Campus View and Campus Lodge apartments this fall.
The schools will make a variety of service providers available through the school, creating community hubs for families and individuals.
Missouri Department of Higher Education employees have noted that campuses need an infusion of money to meet their building needs, and Gov. Jay Nixon has encouraged lawmakers to consider a state bonding proposal.
Several local projects will benefit from the $332 million in bonds issued by the university.