The School of Music and Department of Theatre can provide non-majors with a creative outlet and dozens of ways to get involved on campus.
Budgeting and even building a solid credit history for your future can be difficult to do, but MU's Office of Financial Success can help you get started.
For fans of Missouri Athletics, the various student organizations provide an opportunity for students to meet new people and come together in their shared passion for MU Tiger pride.
MU offers students the ability to buy nearly anything sold on campus with just a swipe of their IDs thanks to student charge and E.Z. Charge. Here's how and where to use them.
If you don't know what "knockout" or "gold rush" mean, you need to go back to the books. Find the chants, clothes and conduct to get your game face on.
The Student Health Center offers medical, mental and wellness programs. Students can typically get appointments for the same day or the next day.
Looking for some cheap and interesting additions for your new space? Go out and check out these cool secondhand stores.
The Women's Center, Multicultural Center, RSVP Center, Wellness Resource Center, LGBTQ Resource Center and Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center are open to students looking for support, information and ways to get involved on campus.
Learn how to navigate the Mizzou Store's bookstore and where to find cheapest textbooks for your classes.
Finding the best deals on food near campus can be a struggle. Here are some highlights of happy hour specials that can't be missed.
Under 21? No problem. There are still plenty of fun on- and off-campus activities that you can enjoy on Friday and Saturday nights.
Taking one of these classes is all but guaranteed to put some fun into your schedule.
There are different strategies for success when attacking a full day of exams. Until you figure out what works for you, check out the outline of this plan for taking more than three exams in one day.
These MU students prove that those embarrassing moments that don't kill you only make you stronger.
After you memorize the pattern of the menu in the dining hall, it might be time to consider more creative options.
Here you'll find advice to help you get acclimated to the first weeks of school.
Obtaining residency can save you thousands of dollars over the course of your academic career.
MU students are not drinking as much as their peers think. The university's Wellness Resource Center is working to break down those misperceptions and educate students, so they won't feel as pressured to over-consume alcohol and drugs.
Moving away from home and into a residence hall can be a tricky transition. Here are some tips on how to make the best of your dorm experience.
No matter what your style of workout is, the MU Student Recreation Center has the right program for you.