There are a number of programs available through the MU Offices of Service-Learning and Community Involvement to engage you in volunteer and service learning.
So you've made the move to Columbia. Now you need to figure out how to move around the city to get where you need to go. Here are some helpful tips for drivers, bike riders and bus passengers.
There is good reason to get a seat in Memorial Stadium for the 2008 football season. With last year's Border Showdown victory over rival Kansas, the Tigers were No. 1 for the first time in 47 years.
In the summer of 2007, Janai Norman, 19, learned about a relatively unknown leadership class at MU called the Chancellor's Leadership class.
To help combat drunken driving among students, the CHEERS and STRIPES programs were created.
Intramural sports offer students the chance to be college athletes without the time commitment
Federal Work Study is federally funded and designed to give part-time employment to undergraduate and graduate students who need the income to help them meet the costs incurred during their education.
Campus community offers student organizations for many different faiths.
Students have until the end of their sophomore year to decide
Discipline is key while managing money
Bleeding colors giving you the blues? These tips should squelch any washer woes.
One thing people don't usually consider until it's too late is: Who's going to cut/color my hair now that you're away from home?
Homesickness is a major issue for students starting college.
A Way With Words began in 1996 as a community literacy program in response to President Clinton's America Reads Challenge.
The curators approved the request Friday, which amounts to a 19 percent increase over this year.
William Crist, who is a candidate for a new position in the Health Affairs department at the University of Arizona, will visit the Tucson campus on Thursday to take part in a forum.
Randy Pausch, a Carnegie Mellon University computer scientist whose "last lecture" about facing terminal cancer became an Internet sensation and a best-selling book, died Friday. He was 47.
Gary Forsee appointed nine people, two of them students, to a committee to figure out who will be the system’s next vice president for academic and student affairs.