The group of about 10 included graduate students, union members and community members.
Scooter's Cubs Learning Den will pair the children of college faculty and staff with students studying to be teachers.
Five students were suspended, 14 were put on probation and one former student is prohibited from re-enrolling.
MU reached its goal of raising $1.3 billion in March; a new donation pushed the campaign past $1.4 billion.
Students also voiced their concerns about the increased security on the Thomas Jefferson tombstone.
Chancellor Mun Choi said there has been 100% compliance system-wide in wearing masks and social distancing in classrooms.
Students have to get a wristband to attend an in-person class on campus. They are not required to for other campus facilities.
As of Tuesday, there were no student hospitalizations, and active cases made up only 0.5% of the student body.
Last week, the number of inpatients peaked at 61 in the county, according to Health Department data. It declined Monday.
The acrylic casing was purchased to prevent vandalism to the Thomas Jefferson tombstone on Francis Quadrangle.
Chinese students face a disruption to their means of communication with family and friends at home following the ban.
MU Health Care has begun to deal with a security breach of six employee email accounts that compromised patient information.
Merging with the main complex will save $20 million a year, MU Health Care CEO Jonathan Curtright said.
Choi compared available ICU beds between Boone County and the county that’s home to the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill.
Some faculty criticized the lack of data and transparency on MU's COVID-19 dashboard.
A 2018 study projected that there will be a shortage of up to 49,300 primary care physicians in Missouri by 2030.
The center will promote the study and research of race, citizenship and racial justice in the U.S.
The college also announced creation of the Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Center.
Mass alerts will be sent to students, faculty, staff and others at 8:50 a.m. Thursday.
Chief Financial Officer Ryan Rapp said that post-pandemic, it will be key for campuses to boost enrollment and revenues.
In addition, 11 student organizations are under investigation for violating COVID-19 health and safety policies.
The committee met in advance of the meeting next week of the UM System Board of Curators.