The Disability Center helps Mizzou students with disabilities, mental illnesses, chronic illnesses and temporary injuries succeed. Accommodations can be made for classes, housing, dining, transportation and more.
The Four Front Council is the voice of minoritized racial, ethnic, gender, sexual and religious communities at Mizzou. Minority student organizations contribute representatives to the council to pursue its goals of unification and diversification.
The Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center serves as a safe space for Black Mizzou students, encouraging their success and leadership development. The GOBCC also organizes social and educational events.
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.
The Legion of Black Collegians (LBC) is the Black student government of Mizzou, and promotes social, moral, intellectual and cultural values that will uplift Black students. LBC works to eradicate ignorance and promote positive change through education, motivation and advocacy.
The LGBTQ Resource Center supports sexual and gender minorities at Mizzou by educating campus, advising student organizations and providing a space for LGBTQ students. Programs include Coming Out Week, Transgender Empowerment and Awareness Week and Pride Month.
The Mizzou Black Men’s Initiative helps Black freshmen men transition into the college environment. This leadership development program is provided by the Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center.
The Multicultural Center is a safe, comfortable space where students of all identities and backgrounds can explore and reclaim their identities.
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.
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 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.
The Women’s Center is a safe space for Mizzou students of all gender identities to learn more about social justice, engage in meaningful conversation, meet friends, do homework — even take a nap!
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.