Student Health Center is dedicated to providing high quality care that includes not only medical services but also behavioral health and health promotion.
Wellness Resource Center provides a comprehensive, campus-wide, year-long wellness effort. These prevention efforts are integrated into the classrooms, publications, major campus events, holidays, educational posters and displays, and into the various living units.
Counseling and Student Support
Gaines Oldham Black Culture Center offers advocacy and support to the educational, social, and cultural endeavors of the MU’s African-American collegians, faculty, staff, and community members.
Career Center offers personality and interest testing; resource library; and individual career counseling.
Disability Center coordinates services and accommodations for students with disabilities and acts as a gateway for disability related information and guidance.
FCC Behavioral Health is another local resource for individuals and families seeking psychological services, regardless of ability to pay. FCC also specializes in alcohol and abuse drug treatment.
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Resource Center provides educational information as well as a supportive, safe space where everyone is welcome to join together to talk, share ideas and discover a positive Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender outlook.
International Center offers services for international students including advice about legal immigration status and employment.
Learning Center offers tutoring; help with study skills; test preparation; and Student Support Services which aides low-income students and students with disabilities.
Office of Student Conduct upholds University disciplinary policies and procedures, both on- and off-campus, and promotes individual student growth and development.
Multicultural Center advocates for and supports domestic ethnic-, religious-, sexual orientation-minority students and organizations. It provides diverse educational programming to increase awareness and understanding of the cultural and historic contributions of domestic minority populations.
Psychological Services Clinic offers psychological services are available for adults and children to the University community (faculty, staff and students) as well as to individuals from Columbia and surrounding areas. Both day and evening appointments are available.
Women’s Center provides information and resources regarding issues of relevance to the lives of women and men in today’s society, and offers a safe and supportive environment in which to discuss those issues and share in the learning process.