College can be tricky: new relationships, deadlines and financial stresses. Mental health services can help students deal with old and new issues that hold them back. Here, the process of getting help is demystified.
The yoga studio's old space at the back of The Tiger Hotel will become a nightclub, the hotel's owner says.
A university-sponsored tailgating program has been revamped to encourage attendance.
The Missourian presents its Collegetown section to help students avoid the pitfalls of the uneasy first stages of the college experience at MU. Read the stories online, or click the link in this story to download a pdf of the entire section.
Good study habits and a balanced life that reduces stress will go a long way toward finding academic success in college, experts say.
Mizzou has a variety of study spots available, so we broke them up into categories to make finding the ideal study spot easy.
College friendships often last a lifetime, and they start by getting out of your room and getting involved. MU offers numerous ways to meet new people.
Mizzou studnets offers advice on keeping your relationships alive while at college.
Find out where and when you can cure your hunger on the MU campus.
With access to a microwave, you needn't worry about midnight munchies this school year.
Downtown Columbia has several choices for vegan and vegetarian dining, including drinks, snacks, meals and desserts.
MizzouRec is a 300,000-square-foot complex housing a 50-meter indoor pool, climbing tower, extensive cardiovascular fitness center, weight training facilities and more.
MU students can use their student ID to pay for things around campus. They can also add E.Z. Charge, which allows students to swipe in and be served at any campus dining location and some vending machines.
No alcohol or illegal drugs are allowed in the residence halls.
A select group of MU students are inducted into one of six secret societies on Tap Day every April.
Outlets and resources across MU provide a comfortable environment for members and supporters of the LGBTQ community.
MU students have a variety of opportunities to get involved athletically.
Learn all about MU's sports teams, know the notable Tiger alumni and rehearse the fight songs.
This year is expected to be a big one for MU athletics, and there are lots of options for students who want to go to home games.
Tiger Tailgate Recycling, a part of Sustain Mizzou, is a student volunteer effort with a goal of reducing waste during the MU football season.