Start the semester off right with the Missourian's annual guide for incoming freshmen and transfer students. Here's a list of what you'll find in the 2014 Collegetown edition.
Fun activities on and off campus that are sure to fit into a college student's budget.
Use your Twitter feed to get ahead of the game even before you start your first day of classes.
Running can be a good way to reduce your stress and keep fit. There are clubs for all levels of runners and plenty of upcoming races.
Stages in and around Columbia will feature a variety of musicals and non-musicals this fall.
The Zoutrition website allows students to see the nutrition information for food items at every dining hall, cafe and restaurant on campus.
College can become stressful and overwhelming, but the MU Counseling Center can help.
Except for football and basketball, all MU athletic events are free for students who present a valid student ID at the gate on game day.
During its 175-year history, MU has acquired traditions that include its mascot, Truman the Tiger, and a long-held rivalry with Kansas.
Ever wondered what your professor was thinking, or why he or she was so unhelpful? Get some advice from a graduate student who also teaches a class at MU.
College is about to begin, and getting in the habit of being organized this year will not only help this semester's grades, but next year's, too.
Naps are an inevitable part of college. Whether they are on purpose or accidental, naps will happen, senior Charlie Koors said. Current MU students suggest finding a comfortable couch in the MU Student Center or one of the many lounges on campus.
Registering for classes? Making a payment? Finding your schedule? At MU, it's all done on myZou. Take a tour of the website to get a leg up on other incoming students.
MU's new chancellor, R. Bowen Loftin, has made a name for himself wearing bow ties at all of the university's events. But there are a few other things to know about the chancellor before setting foot on campus.
Choosing the right student loans can save you time, money and peace of mind.
The perfect study location is hard to find, but maybe this will help. We've included coffee shops, classrooms, cafes and university study rooms, all of which provide students with access to specific features such as charging stations, peace and quiet and refreshments.
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.
There are a lot of different dining plans and dining options at MU. Figure out which ones will be the best fit for you.
A guide to staying entertained in Columbia without breaking the bank.
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.