University leaders around the state condemned "discrimination and violence," while police vowed to "treat everyone fairly."
The CC-MACC program is meant to reduce the time and cost for students to complete a bachelor’s degree at Columbia College.
MU has now laid off 66 employees and furloughed 1,043, according to its site tracking budgetary actions.
MU Adult Day Connection, which has been open for more than 25 years, will likely not reopen, according to the university.
The lawsuit says MU students "did not receive the in-person educational experience that they paid for."
Tamra Minor, chief diversity officer at State University of New York at Albany, is a finalist for the MU role.
Daniel Kissinger has been hired as Stephens College director of counseling.
Tuition is likely to increase this fall, the UM System president told curators as part of a COVID-related budget update.
NaTashua R. Davis, MU's interim vice chancellor of inclusion, diversity and equity, was the second of three finalists.
Another 29 MU Health Care workers have been laid off, and 33 MU employees will not have their contracts renewed.
"Some may have doubted you, you may have doubted yourself, but you also knew you were too legit to quit," Mun Choi said.
How MU classes will be taught this fall will probably be decided by July 15 or sooner, Mun Choi said Thursday.
Sixteen films by student of the Missouri School of Journalism will be shared with online audiences.
Columbia College confirmed it has furloughed some employees indefinitely across its locations nationwide, including locally.
The Heidelberg, one of the restaurants participating, had offered 148 lunches to students by Wednesday.
MU asked faculty to prepare to teach their courses online in case a quick pivot to an online or hybrid scenario is necessary.
Maurice Gipson of Arkansas State University was the first finalist presented in the search for MU's chief diversity officer.
MU already contracts landscaping staff at Mizzou North and custodial staff at several locations on campus.
Beginning Friday afternoon and over the weekend, 6,013 graduates will earn over 6,500 degrees.
Each will feature a finalist's presentation, followed by a Q&A. The first is Maurice Gipson of Arkansas State University.
The Project Runway judge congratulated the graduating class on what was supposed to be its commencement day.
Almost 580 MU staffers are taking furloughs of varying lengths through July 31 as part of the campus' budget crisis response.