Information for Students

Exploring/Choosing a Major

Registering for Classes

  • General education requirements – List of general education requirements for all campus majors. A good tool for exploring students to use when selecting courses
  • Class Offerings (formerly Schedule of Courses) Course offerings for each semester. Allows students to select categories to narrow the search, and indicates open courses.
  • Course registration  Step-by-step instructions on how to register for courses. Learn how to use myZou.
  • Dates and deadlines Lists important semester dates: deadlines for adding and dropping classes and for transferring divisions.

Other Academic Advising Resources

  • Advising at MU Describes the advising process at MU. Defines advising terminology as well as how to contact an advisor, and academic policies and procedures.
  • Transfer equivalency Informs students how courses transfer from other Missouri institutions to MU. An especially helpful tool for transfer students, students who have earned dual high school/college credit, and MU students who intend to take courses at another school during the summer.
  • Registrar’s Office Quick links to myZOU and instructions for requesting transcripts.

Learning Center Services

  • Tiger Tutors Review, ask questions and discuss problems with knowledgeable tutors in math, the sciences, business, nursing, statistics and Spanish. Free for all students and no appointment necessary!
  • Study Plan Consultant A one-on-one consultation with a trained peer to help you organize your schedule and to put a plan in place to study for exams and complete your work on time.
  • Writing Center We offer writing support to all students at the University of Missouri. Although tutors are not editors, they can help with any stage of the writing process: from initial brainstorming, to major structural revisions, to putting the finishing touches on a final draft.
  • The Online Writery Just like face-to-face appointments, we can help you work on submissions for any writing projects, including all course-related assignments, personal statements, cover letters, scholarship essays, creative writing pieces, or pretty much anything else you can think of that has sentences. All submissions are free and completely confidential.
  • TRiO Program Part of the federal program called Student Support Services, this program is designed to help promising students from underrepresented groups meet the academic, financial,and social demands of a college education.
  • Learning and Study Strategies Learn techniques and strategies for improving academic learning and how to become a more successful college student, including tips for learning online, time management, notetaking, study skills and taking exams.
  • Resources for All Mizzou Students Find information for different resources on campus and off-campus that can help support you academically, physically and emotionally!

Career Resources