Student information system

Students can rely on their student information system to find information about their courses, grades, financial aid and more.

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myZou

When you visit Mizzou’s student information system, myZou, you’ll get information about:

  • Your academic adviser
  • Course details
  • Registration schedule
  • Enrollment
  • Adding and dropping
  • Grades and your unofficial academic record

Not only can you find course and academic information on myZou, but you also can stay on top of money matters. These include online payment options, your payment history, billing statements and financial aid information.

Note: Nondegree-seeking students can find the same information, but will not be assigned an academic adviser.

What you need to begin

If you are a newly admitted or readmitted student, you will receive an email to the personal email address you provided Mizzou. This email will contain the necessary information for activating your myZou account, and it will come from one of three sources:

  • The Admissions office (degree-seeking undergraduate students)
  • The Graduate School (degree-seeking graduate students or post-baccalaureate students)
  • Missouri Online (nondegree-seeking undergraduate students)

This email will contain your User ID, which you will use to access myZou, create a password and activate your account.

More about how your User ID works

Activating your myZou account and setting a password

Once you have your User ID, follow these steps:

  • Go to https://myzou.missouri.edu.
  • Take note of your User ID. 
  • Select the “Create a Password” link under “Login.”
  • On the next screen, enter your User ID, and hit “Submit.”
  • Request a code to be sent to your non-University email address.
  • When you receive that email, enter the code, and select “Submit.” This will open the New User Setup page.
  • Fill out the required items in this form, and select “Update” at the bottom of the screen when complete.
  • This will take you to the New User Password Setup screen. Input the password you intend to use.
  • Enter your User ID.
  • Request a code to be sent to your non-University email address or mobile phone.
  • When you receive that email or text, enter the code and select “Submit.” 
  • Enter your password and confirm it. Then select “Submit.”
  • If your password meets University guidelines, you will see a message.
  • You are now ready to use myZou.

You also can view our video on setting a password. If you have any trouble activating your account, contact the IT Help Desk at 573-882-5000.

Submitting your e-Consent

Before you can make the most of myZou, you will need to agree to an e-Consent. After setting up your password, log back into myZou with your User ID and password, and click on “UM e-Consent.” Then answer the question related to financial correspondence. After answering the question, you will be directed to the myZou login page.

Note: We highly recommend all distance students agree to the e-Consent. If you disagree, all correspondence about your finances will have to be sent via postal mail. 

Tour the myZou interface

The myZou interface features several panels that group together the tasks and information you need the most:

  • Academics: Grades, enrollment, course schedule.
  • Finances: Financial aid and bills.
  • Personal information: Your current contact information, which should be up to date.
  • Holds: Any holds on your account.
  • To-do list: Items you need to complete.
  • Enrollment dates: Your appointment time for enrollment if you are not currently enrolling and one has been assigned. Click the link to see your specific enrollment time.
  • Adviser: Your current adviser and their contact information.

Registering for courses

Once you’re familiar with myZou, you’ll return here to sign up for courses. 

Know how our course formats work

Before you begin, make sure you fully understand the difference between the semester-based and self-paced courses offered to online students.

Your academic goal may determine which type of online course you take.

Check your enrollment time

Students who were enrolled in the prior term will be able to enroll for course work during the early registration period, subject to their assigned appointment time. Newly admitted students will have later appointment times.

In all cases, you can find your assigned appointment time in the myZou Student Center under "Enrollment Dates."

More on general registration dates

Choose your online course through myZou

  1. After you have successfully logged into myZou, find and click "Self Service."
  2. Then click "Student Center." The Student Center page includes information about your adviser, finances and any holds on your account.
  3. Next click on "Enroll."
  4. This will start the process of adding a course. Select the term you would like to enroll in from the list and click on "Continue."
  5. If you have not already picked out a course to take, you can browse available courses through myZou.
  6. If the course is found and open, the screen should display the course information.
  7. If the course is full, you will need to request consent to take the course. If consent is granted, you will receive a permission number via email that you will use to enroll through myZou, but keep in mind that requesting consent to take a course online does not mean you will receive it.
  8. If signing up for a self-paced course, you will need to select a valid start date from the range given. We recommend a date at least a week from enrollment if possible. Note: If you do not select a start date, the date of your enrollment will be used. It can only be changed by dropping the course and re-enrolling with a new start date. Also, once the start date of your course arrives, changes to your enrollment will likely incur a financial penalty.
  9. Please review the statement of financial obligation you are required to accept before enrolling in courses. For information about refunds or fee reassessments after enrollment, visit the fee reassessment schedules page.
  10. Repeat this process for each course you wish to enroll in. Once you have added all your courses, click on "Proceed to Step 2 of 3."
  11. This page will display the courses you are enrolling in. If they are correct, click on "Finish Enrolling."

Review your results

At the end of the process, you will see a results page. Each course you are enrolling in will be listed. If enrollment is successful, you will see a checkmark under the Status column. From there, go to "My Class Schedule" to view your schedule with the updated enrollment.

Note: If there is a problem with your enrollment, you will see an error text under the Message column that will give more details. 

Revisit myZou on a regular basis

myZou brings together information from various sources, including enrollment and financial aid. We recommend that you go to myZou frequently, not just when you need to enroll in a course. This way, you can make sure your information is accurate and that you don’t have any outstanding items on your to-do list.

MyView

MyView is the student information system you'll use to register for courses, view your bill, view your grades and more.

What you need to begin

Your User ID (SSO) is required for signing into MyView. Learn more about your User ID.

Registering for courses

Once you’re familiar with MyView, you’ll return there to sign up for courses. View instruction guides for viewing your registration start time and enrolling in classes and tips for using MyView.

Revisit MyView on a regular basis

MyView brings together information from various sources, including enrollment and financial aid. We recommend that you go to MyView frequently, not just when you need to enroll in a course. This way, you can make sure your information is accurate and that you don’t have any outstanding items on your to-do list.

MyGateway

MyGateway is UMSL's student portal that includes links to other resources, such as:

  • Student email access
  • Canvas course management
  • Your academic adviser (MyConnect)
  • Grades and your unofficial academic record (MyDegree)

Joe’SS

When you visit Missouri S&T’s student information system, Joe’SS, you’ll get information about:

  • Your academic adviser
  • Course details
  • Registration schedule
  • Enrollment
  • Adding and dropping
  • Grades and your unofficial academic record

Not only can you find course and academic information on Joe’SS, but you also can stay on top of money matters. These include online payment options, your payment history, billing statements and financial aid information.

What you need to begin

Set up your Joe’SS account. 

Registering for courses

Once you’re familiar with Joe’SS, you’ll return there to sign up for courses. For information on searching and registering for classes, see the Enrolling in a Class video or Enrolling/Adding Classes document on the Student Training page. 

Contact global@mst.edu with any questions.

Revisit Joe’SS on a regular basis

Joe’SS brings together information from various sources, including enrollment and financial aid. We recommend that you go to Joe’SS frequently, not just when you need to enroll in a course. This way, you can make sure your information is accurate and that you don’t have any outstanding items on your to-do list.

Pathway

When you visit UMKC’s student information system, Pathway, you’ll get information about:

  • Your academic adviser
  • Course details
  • Registration schedule
  • Enrollment
  • Adding and dropping
  • Grades and your unofficial academic record

Not only can you find course and academic information on Pathway, but you also can stay on top of money matters. These include online payment options, your payment history, billing statements and financial aid information.

What you need to begin

Set up your Pathway account.

Registering for courses

Once you’re familiar with Pathway, you’ll return there to sign up for courses. View instruction guides for viewing your registration start time, enrolling in classes and more.

Revisit Pathway on a regular basis

Pathway brings together information from various sources, including enrollment and financial aid. We recommend that you go to Pathway frequently, not just when you need to enroll in a course. This way, you can make sure your information is accurate and that you don’t have any outstanding items on your to-do list.