The Missourian's special publication "Collegetown" takes a look at what students will need to know before moving to Columbia and transitioning to college life.
Having a roommate is nothing to be afraid of. No matter the situation, there are ways to work around any type of issue.
A first-year student's guide to packing for college.
If you are looking for shoes, clothing, books or accessories, you can find them in multiple shops all under one roof.
Check out these college friendly, cheap and high-end clothing stores that'll send you to class looking great.
For some incoming freshmen, laundry can be a scary factor of living on your own. Here are all the ins and outs of doing laundry on campus.
Student staff members live and interact with students in the residence halls every day. They act as resources for the students, answering questions, offering guidance and helping them adjust to college life.
Students can receive help managing their finances while at MU through the Tigers Credit Union and Office for Financial Success.
By following certain steps outlined by the state, out-of-state students can save about $12,000 on their tuitions by becoming Missouri residents.
With more than 280 degree programs available at MU, you can choose the major or minor that perfectly suits you.
Missourian staff finish the phrase, "When I was a freshman, I wish I would have known ..."
This step-by-step guide gives the basics on adding classes and managing myZou.
Organized cheering sections are available for football, volleyball, men's basketball and baseball teams.
The rock M was made from leftover bricks from the building of Memorial Stadium in 1927, and each August incoming freshman paint it.
While choosing classes can be stressful, there are ways to narrow down your choices based on your personal interests, preferences and requirements.
If you're looking for a schedule that includes classes a bit more exciting than English 1000, check out the strange variety of courses the university offers.
Munish Goyal, an assistant professor of neurology at MU, gives some answers about not getting enough sleep.
MU offers many on-campus resources that can help students succeed in their classes.
Students who have a drive for success and a passion for learning may consider joining MU's Honors College.
There are more than 700 organizations for MU students to join on campus.