The MSA/GPC Box Office sells tickets for concerts, movies and other events on campus and around Columbia. It can also sell tickets for university student organizations and departments. The office is located in the Student Center, just west of the food court.
Arts & Media
Campus Activities provides the campus with a wide array of entertainment programs including concerts, comedy shows, movies, novelty events, lectures, cultural opportunities, and educational programs. The MSA/GPC Department of Student Activities (DSA) consists of six committees, each of which is focused on bringing a diverse group of events to campus: Black Programming, College Music, Films, International Programming, Speakers, and Special Events.
Interested in professional video production? Learn how to plan, film and edit as a Film Crew student employee. Members are majors in communication, journalism or other media-related fields with at least two years of video experience.
Join Mizzou’s only LGBTQ talk radio show on Tuesdays from noon–1 p.m. Come into the LGBTQ Resource Center for a listen party, or take in the show on KCOU 88.1 FM or online at kcou.fm from the comfort of your own home.
Run entirely by Mizzou students, KCOU 88.1 FM broadcasts the newest music from genres frequently ignored by commercial radio as well as the latest local news and sports. Once you complete the training program, you’ll be ready to begin broadcasting.
The KCOU Recording Studio provides an affordable and professional atmosphere where Mizzou students can work with experienced recording engineers.
Mizzou After Dark features fun, alcohol-free late-night activities and events to foster creativity, campus unity and to break barriers surrounding age, gender, race and religion.
MSA/GPC Tech provides staging, lighting, sound, projection and more for all MU departments, organizations, groups and individuals. MSA/GPC Tech also employs MU students who want to gain valuable event-production experience.
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 student voice of MU since 1955, The Maneater publishes a print edition every Wednesday and daily updates online during the fall and spring semesters. The staff is made up entirely of students and is editorially independent from the university or any campus entity.
The Department of Student Activities screens free movies every Wednesday and $1 films every weekend. Titles include new releases, classic features, documentaries and more.