The University of Missouri Suicide Prevention Training Program teaches faculty, staff and students how to identify people at risk for suicide and access the appropriate resources for help.
Support & Wellness
Campus dining serves all schedules, dietary needs and palates with all-you-can-eat and à la carte dining locations, coffee shops, convenience stores and retail locations. If you live in a Mizzou residence hall, they also can provide you with packaged meals when you’re sick!
Mizzou has 40 student-led club sports teams that compete in 33 sports against other schools across the nation. There are teams for all levels of competitiveness.
The Counseling Center provides Mizzou students with confidential mental health services, including individual and group counseling, emotional and crisis support services, and training on self-care and caring for others.
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 Missouri Student Unions offers dry cleaning and laundry services. Drop off your items in the Student Center at the post office counter next to The Mizzou Store. Pay per item by weight or by purchasing a one- or two-semester plan.
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.
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.
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.
Think of it as your campus living room. You can reserve rooms in the Student Center and Memorial Union for meetings, presentations, study groups or workshops. You’ll also find dining options, social justice centers and student-run businesses there.
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.
The Mizzou Aquatic Center boasts four pools where you can relax, play or compete.
Mizzou’s student recreation complex and fitness facilities are some of the best in the nation. Inside, you can box, pump weights, cycle, play basketball, run the track or scale the climbing wall. Outside, you can play tennis, sand volleyball and run laps.
The Multicultural Center is a safe, comfortable space where students of all identities and backgrounds can explore and reclaim their identities.
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.
Living off campus or considering it? Off-Campus Student Services can help you discover the best living arrangements for you.
Send first-class mail and packages from inside the Student Center at the post office counter located just outside The Mizzou Store.
Residential Life provides safe, supportive and inclusive living and learning communities for Mizzou students. Facilities are secure, well-maintained and comfortable so you can focus on your academic, involvement and service opportunities.
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.
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 Student Health Center helps you look after your physical, behavioral and reproductive health. They also offer wellness and preventative care, resources for victims of sexual assault and relationship violence, and care for transgender students and students with disabilities.
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.
This fitness program, offered through MizzouRec, features more than 100 cardio, strength, flexibility and meditation classes to help you meet your fitness and wellness goals. Reservations are required at least 24 hours in advance.
Rent professional business attire for job interviews free of charge. Have items you no longer need or want? Donations are always welcome!
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 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!