Student support

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We are fully invested in propelling you to a remarkable future. Our academic resources and support services reflect innovations in education, delivering all that you need to achieve your best as you work toward your academic and career goals.

Whether you are a current or prospective student, this is your home base for information about every one of the four world-class campuses that form the foundation of Missouri Online. Learn more about the future-transforming experience you can expect at the campus that fits you best. Select a university above to get started.

Libraries

You will be able to access online resources available at the main Ellis Library, branch libraries and not to mention — research articles from 500 different data services. The library also set up a special portal for online students where you can reach out to librarians.

The Learning Center

Mizzou’s Learning Center provides students with access to NetTutor. This free online service can connect you with a live tutor or you can submit a question to the site’s Q&A section. Our Study Plan Consultants also can help you structure your schedule so you can fit in your online assignments. Learn more about the Learning Center’s offerings.

The Online Writery

Undergraduate students can sign up for appointments with tutors or submit any online writing project to get feedback within 24 hours. Submit to the Online Writery.

Disability Center

If you need academic accommodations like alternative course formats, interpreters, or note-takers, reach out to the Disability Center. Start the process.

Student health services

The Student Health Center provides a variety of health-related services and information. 

  • Students enrolled solely in online courses are not automatically billed the Prepaid Health Fee through the Cashiers Office.
  • By paying the health fee each semester, students who are in close proximity to campus may take advantage of services such as primary-care physician visits, in-house lab work, and a pharmacy.
  • Students also may use the Student Health Center on a fee-for-service basis.

For further information on health services, contact the Student Health Center via telephone: 573-882-7481, or visit the Student Health Center's website.

Student ID cards

All new Mizzou students taking university courses for credit can request an ID card (Mizzou TigerCard) at no charge. When presented with a photo ID such as your driver’s license, the student ID allows you to:

  • Access any University of Missouri System library (Mizzou, UMKC, Missouri S&T, UMSL).
  • Request books through MERLIN or MOBIUS.
  • Use computer labs on campus.
  • Use for student discount purchases (movie tickets, Mizzou event tickets).

The first ID is free of charge. If a replacement ID is requested, the charge is $15. The charge will be made to your student account through the Cashiers Office.

If you plan to come to Mizzou’s campus to obtain an ID card, see the Division of IT website for instructions.

If you do not plan to visit Mizzou’s campus to obtain an ID card, you may request that one be sent to you by sending the information below to mizzouonline@missouri.edu:

  • First name
  • Last name
  • Student number
  • Address, city, state, country, ZIP
  • Phone number
  • Email address

Academic integrity

Before submitting an assignment, it is a good idea to become familiar with the university’s academic integrity policy. Whenever you aren’t sure how to handle something, such as citing a source you found at the library or figuring out what is and isn’t plagiarism, ask your course instructor.

Resources involving academic integrity 

FERPA

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (Buckley Amendment) prohibits access to, or release of, educational records or personally identifiable information contained in such records (other than directory information) without the written consent of the student. Please see the Office of the University Registrar for full explanation and regulatory exceptions.

Directory information may be shared, unless restricted. The University of Missouri defines directory information as a student's name, address, telephone listing, email address, major field of study, participation in officially recognized activities and sports, dates of attendance, degrees and awards received, student level, enrollment status in any past or present semester (i.e., full-/part-time), and the most recent education agency or institution attended. To restrict your directory information see the directory information section on the Office of the University Registrar FERPA page.

Note: If directory information has been restricted, then no information will be released even to designated parties.

Your next steps

When you earn a degree online from Mizzou, your diploma says “University of Missouri-Columbia.” We want you to make the most out of graduating as a Tiger. Access the Mizzou Career Center to get advice and search for jobs and internships.

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Looking for more resources?

Mizzou has gathered information that students often need so you can get help with technology and stay connected. Visit MizzouOne to find more student resources.

Libraries

You will be able to access online resources available at the libraries, databases, eJournals and more. 

Student Academic Support Services

UMSL Student Academic Support Services (SASS) provides students with access to coaching and tutoring. Learn more about SASS offerings.

Writing Center

Undergraduate and graduate students can sign up for virtual appointments with consultants or submit any online writing project to get feedback. Close to campus? Schedule or drop into a consultation with the UMSL Writing Center.

Disability Access Services

If you need academic accommodations like alternative course formats, interpreters or note-takers, reach out to Disability Access Services. Start the process.

Health and Counseling Services

UMSL provides a variety of health-related services and information, including general health services and counseling. Visit the Health Services and Counseling Services pages for more information.

Academic Honesty

Before submitting an assignment, students should become familiar with the university’s academic honesty policies. Whenever you aren’t sure how to handle something, such as citing a source you found at the library or figuring out what is and isn’t plagiarism, ask your course instructor.

Resources involving academic integrity

FERPA

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (Buckley Amendment) prohibits access to, or release of, educational records or personally identifiable information contained in such records (other than directory information) without the written consent of the student. Please see the Office of the Registrar for full explanation and regulatory exceptions.

Your next steps

When you earn a degree online from UMSL, your diploma says “University of Missouri-St. Louis” We want you to make the most out of graduating as a Triton. Access our Career Services Office to get advice and search for jobs and internships.

More about commencement and alumni support

Looking for more resources?

UMSL has gathered information that students often need so you can get help with technology and stay connected. Visit UMSL Student Resources to find more student resources.

Library

You will be able to access online resources available at the Curtis Laws Wilson library, databases, eJournals and more. The library set up a special page where you can find information specifically for distance students.

Student Success Center

Missouri S&T’s Student Success Center provides students with access to coaching/mentoring and tutoring. This free online service can connect you with a success coach that can help you with time management, study skills and more. Learn more about the Student Success Center’s offerings.

Writing Center

Students can sign up for appointments with consultants or submit any online writing project to get feedback. 

Disability Services

If you need academic accommodations like alternative course formats, interpreters, or note-takers, reach out to Student Disability Services. Start the process.

Health and well-being

Missouri S&T provides a variety of health-related services and information, including: 

  • Student health services
  • Counseling services
  • Care management services

Visit the Student Health and Well-Being page for more information.

Academic integrity

Before submitting an assignment, it is a good idea to become familiar with the university’s academic integrity policy. Whenever you aren’t sure how to handle something, such as citing a source you found at the library or figuring out what is and isn’t plagiarism, ask your course instructor.

Resources involving academic integrity

FERPA

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (Buckley Amendment) prohibits access to, or release of, educational records or personally identifiable information contained in such records (other than directory information) without the written consent of the student. Please see the Office of the University Registrar for full explanation and regulatory exceptions.

Your next steps

When you earn a degree online from Missouri S&T, your diploma says “Missouri University of Science and Technology” We want you to make the most out of graduating as a Miner. Access our Career Resources to get advice and search for jobs and internships.

More about commencement and alumni support

Looking for more resources?

Missouri S&T has gathered information that distance students often need so you can get help with technology and stay connected. Visit the Distance Students Resource page.

Libraries

You will be able to access online resources available at the main Miller Nichols library, branch libraries, databases, eJournals and more. 

Academic Support and Mentoring

UMKC Academic Support and Mentoring provides students with access to coaching/mentoring and tutoring. Learn more about Academic Support and Mentoring offerings.

The Writing Studio

Undergraduate and graduate students can sign up for appointments with consultants or submit any online writing project to get feedback. Schedule or drop into a consultation with the Writing Studio.

Disability Services

If you need academic accommodations like alternative course formats, interpreters, or note-takers, reach out to Student Disability Services. Start the process.

Health and wellness

UMKC provides a variety of health-related services and information, including general health services and counseling. Visit the Student Health and Wellness page for more information.

Academic honesty

Before submitting an assignment, it is a good idea to become familiar with the university’s academic honesty policy. Whenever you aren’t sure how to handle something, such as citing a source you found at the library or figuring out what is and isn’t plagiarism, ask your course instructor.

Resources involving academic integrity

FERPA

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (Buckley Amendment) prohibits access to, or release of, educational records or personally identifiable information contained in such records (other than directory information) without the written consent of the student. Please see the Office of the University Registrar for full explanation and regulatory exceptions.

Your next steps

When you earn a degree online from UMKC, your diploma says “University of Missouri-Kansas City” We want you to make the most out of graduating as a Roo. Access our Career Resources to get advice and search for jobs and internships.

More about commencement and alumni support

Looking for more resources?

UMKC has gathered information that students often need so you can get help with technology and stay connected. Visit UMKC Central to find more student resources.

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