If the following statement accurately describes you, then you may find online study a good fit. If not, you should speak with an adviser before enrolling in an online course.
- I am comfortable working in alternative learning environments (spaces outside of the traditional classroom, such as a library, online, home, etc.).
Still unsure if online learning is for you? Speak to an adviser:
Degree-seeking students—Academic departments assign an academic adviser to each student upon acceptance into a degree program. You should have received information about your adviser when you first registered for classes or shortly after. Contact your department if you have not received this information or if you have forgotten it.
Undergraduate students can find the name of their adviser or answers to general questions regarding advising on the Advising website or by contacting their department.
Academic departments may require appointment scheduling through MU Connect. Visit the MU Connect website to schedule an academic advising appointment.
- Non-degree-seeking students—Students registering as nondegree-seeking are not assigned an adviser. Please contact Mizzou Online if you have questions or need assistance.
Student Support Services
Mizzou Online will help
Mizzou Online helps students achieve a positive learning experience. We can:
- answer questions about the enrollment process, transcripts, or other logistical concerns.
- answer general questions regarding lessons and assignments.
- offer suggestions on how to succeed in self-paced course work.
The University of Missouri has contracted with NetTutor to provide free tutorial assistance with many online courses and subject areas. Students may access NetTutor through The Learning Center website or through a direct link within their online course.