There will be changes to residential halls and dining facilities starting in the fall of 2014.
The University of Missouri System Board of Curators is scheduled to consider two medical building upgrades on the MU campus Thursday at its meeting.
Columbia College's participation in the Coast Guard Degree Pathways Program will allow service members to get the most out of their service when working toward a degree.
The latest Missouri Hunger Atlas says an average of 16 percent of Missouri households experienced "food insecurity" from 2009 through 2011.
To combat stormwater pollution and contamination exacerbated by rapid development during the past 43 years, MU is ramping up its treatment effort across its 1,440-acre main campus.
Students will be able to use the software to learn more about Internet security. The company has plans to create on-campus internships.
The Stephens College Historic Costume Gallery will exhibit "Bohemian Rhapsody," which features counterculture from the 1920s and 1970s.
MU is introducing a new in-state scholarship and increasing the scholarship value of two others for eligible, first-time college students enrolling at the university in the fall of 2014.
Three state legislators debated House Bill 253's potential effects on Missouri higher education in a forum Thursday. University of Missouri System President Tim Wolfe spoke against the bill.
Ted Noelker, editor-in-chief of The Maneater student newspaper, made the decision to cut back on publication. He explains his excitement over having a weekly newspaper.
Douglas Kennedy, of Poplar Bluff, was appointed for a term that would run through June 2015, if he is confirmed by the Senate.
A.T. Still University said its Missouri School of Dentistry & Oral Health has received initial accreditation from the Commission on Dental Accreditation.
The legislature is expected to vote Sept. 11 on the governor's veto, potentially granting more than $22 million to the University of Missouri System.
Becking's talk was the focus of the Stephens College annual Academic Opening Convocation.
The goal of the event was to help students relax and to destigmatize campus services that students are sometimes reluctant or embarrassed to use, Counseling Center outreach coordinator Christy Hutton said.
The "Revealing Place" art exhibit, on display Sept. 2 to 26, showcases people and places that are hidden from the mainstream view. The traveling exhibit includes photos from 36 photographers, including 13 MU students.
A representative for the Campus Planning Committee told Faculty Council he was not involved at all in the decision to relocate MU's Museum of Anthropology and Museum of Art and Archaeology.
"Will Power" is a finalist in Canon's "Project Imaginat10n" short film contest. The contest is run by Academy Award winner Ron Howard.
The MU student-run independentnewspaper will now publish once a week on Wednesdays, in addition to keeping a continual online presence
As vice president for adult higher education, David "Mike" Randerson is proud of the college's online campus and the accessibility to higher education it provides.