The Associated Students of the University of Missouri (ASUM) advocates for students to Missouri’s elected officials and the UM System Board of Curators. As a Mizzou student, you’re automatically a member. ASUM brings legislators to campus, hosts discussions, and helps students become civically engaged.
The Campus Activities Programming Board provides the campus with a wide array of entertainment programs including concerts, comedy shows, movies, novelty events, lectures, cultural opportunities and educational programs. Find us in the Center for Student Involvement, 2500 MU Student Center, above The Mizzou Store.
Caring for Columbia is a student-run day of service that helps Mizzou students say “thank you” to the Columbia, Missouri, community for its continual support. Volunteers take part in park cleanups, painting, packing backpacks for children in need, working with animals and more.
The Environmental Leadership Office collaborates with MU students to provide support, resources, education and leadership opportunities, empowering them to get involved and take meaningful action to address environmental issues on campus and beyond.
Students who are members of fraternity and sorority organizations under Interfraternity Council, Multicultural Greek Council, National Pan-Hellenic Council and Panhellenic Association are supported by the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life.
The Graduate Professional Council (GPC) is the official student government for Mizzou graduate, professional and post-baccalaureate students. GPC represents their needs to the UM System Board of Curators and faculty committees, among others.
Greek chapters represent over 7,500 students at Mizzou, and this group of students builds a unique community atmosphere that has thrived at Mizzou for years. Members of the Greek community are exposed to many different personalities, interests and challenges beneficial for social growth, while forming lifelong friendships. The bonds you develop with other members in…
Give back by serving communities in need. With Mizzou Alternative Breaks, you’ll be part of a small group that travels during weekends or mid- or inter-semester breaks to help provide advocacy, education, relief and support to communities across the state and the country.
The Multicultural Greek Council strives to create and uphold culturally inclusive and diverse environments where all Mizzou students, particularly Latino, Latina and Asian students, can promote their leadership, service, brotherhood and sisterhood, and scholarship.
This student-run television station airs 23News, This Week in 23Sports, E23, Tailgaters, TriplePlay, Table Talk, Good Morning Mizzou and MU Tonight on channel 23-1 and channel 23-2. MUTV students produce seven shows each week.
The National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) is a coalition of the nine historically African-American Greek-letter fraternities and sororities. Since its inception, the collective social and economic power of the NPHC has been a major source of change for the African-American community.
The Office of New Student Programs helps incoming freshmen, transfer students and their families transition to MU. If you’re new to Mizzou, they can give you the knowledge, skills and tools to succeed during your time on campus.
The Organization Resource Group (ORG) helps students start and manage student organizations at Mizzou. Involved students have higher GPAs, feel more connected to campus, and are more likely to graduate. Browse organizations below.
The Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention (RSVP) Center is committed to decreasing the prevalence of rape, sexual assault, relationship violence and stalking. Staff provide basic crisis intervention and advocacy services as well as educational programs and events.
The Social Justice Symposium creates conversation around three core aspects of social justice: awareness, advocacy and activism. Topics may include ability, ethnicity, gender, LGBTQ advocacy, multiculturalism, sustainability and veteran student populations.
STRIPES stands for Supportive Tigers Riding in Pursuit of Ensuring Safety. Volunteers will give you a confidential, free and safe ride home any Thursday, Friday or Saturday night during fall and spring semesters.
The Office of Student Accountability & Support is responsible for upholding the University of Missouri’s Standard of Conduct for the campus community and for promoting individual student growth and development.
Student Legal Services provides preventive legal education and consultation to Mizzou students. If you have legal conflicts or disputes interfering with your goals at Mizzou, they can show you how to resolve them.
Tiger Pantry helps feed members of the Mizzou community in times of need. By providing this support, Tiger Pantry allows students, faculty and staff to focus on reaching their academic and professional goals.
The official cheering section for Mizzou Tigers football, Tiger's Lair promotes school spirit and excitement through organized stunts, cheers and costumes at all home games. Applications open every spring semester.
Learn conflict management and communication skills with Mizzou’s outdoor experiential education office. Teams of participants learn to build trust on high- and low-ropes courses. Venture Out serves classes, university departments, student organizations and groups from around Mid-Missouri.
The Wellness Resource Center plans activities and events to support fitness and nutrition, reduce stress, and prevent and address problems associated with alcohol, drugs, tobacco and gambling. They also promote healthy decision-making off-campus and at athletic events.
The Women’s Leadership Conference brings students and woman leaders from Mid-Missouri together to discuss the past, present and future of women’s leadership. The conference is built upon four pillars: networking, education, empowerment and diversity.
The official cheering section for Mizzou Tigers men’s basketball, the Zou Crew promotes school spirit and excitement through organized stunts, cheers and costumes at all home games. Applications open every fall semester.