On Campus Services
Campus Shuttle Service
The University provides students, faculty, staff, and visitors free access to campus shuttle services. Shuttle service is available Monday-Thursday (7:30am - 10:45pm) and Friday (7:30am-3:30pm).
UMSL Child Care Center: http://www.umsl.edu/~kids/
Located at 278 Millennium Student Center | Phone: 314.516.5111
Students and recent graduates are eligible to receive a number of free services designed to help achieve professional goals, including resume assistance, mock interviews, and access to an online database with current internship and job opportunities. Services are available to help students with their career decision-making and the job search process. Students are encouraged to tap into individual appointments, workshops, employer and career events and job fairs. Additionally, career interest inventories and other career assessments are available
Located at 131 Millennium Student Center | Phone: 314.516.5711
Students can meet with counseling psychologists to discuss a variety of concerns, including personal, psychological, and crisis intervention. The first session is usually free, and subsequent sessions are only $10 each. A sliding scale is available for students who demonstrate a financial need
Emergency Vehicle Service
Emergency vehicle services can recharge your battery, refill your fuel (fuel costs applicable), repair a flat, or assist you in calling an off-campus tow truck if they cannot help you with your vehicle problem
Social Work-Based Services
A social worker can meet with students to provide assistance in identifying and accessing community resources to address unmet needs as well as help with applying for government assistance programs. The social worker also coordinates prevent efforts on campus through the UMSL Partners in Prevention coalition. For more information, please contact email@example.com or call 314-516-6369.
Institutional Safety (campus police)
Located at Campus Police Building on North Campus | Phone: 314.516.5155
The University Police, in conjunction with the Women’s Center, offers students a number of free self defense trainings each year. Additionally, the University Police offer students police escorts on campus in the event they feel uncomfortable
The University currently pays for an online tutoring service called Netutor. It is free and available to all UMSL students. This service can be accessed by logging into MyGateway and accessing the Blackboard Tools menu in the current courses.
Student Retention Services aims to assist students in persistence and graduation at UMSL. Through dynamic and interactive approaches, SRS provides a variety of services including one-on-one success coaching, structured study hall, and referrals to tutoring and other academic support services. Guided by the themes of Accountability, Support, and Achievement, SRS is committed to holistic student success including academic preparation, social integration, and personal development. Students assigned to work with a Success Coach in SRS can expect to develop individualized education plans, create short- and long-term goals for academic achievement, and connect to campus resources to support learning both in and outside of the classroom. Contact us today to get involved
Mansion Hill Apartments http://www.umsl.edu/services/reslife/future/mansion-hill.html
Located at 131 Millennium Student Center | Phone: 314.516.5671
Offers students a range of discounted services, including health screenings (i.e. blood pressure, HIV, and cholesterol), immunizations (i.e. FLU shots, Hepatitis A&B, Tuberculosis), and treatment for minor injuries (i.e. colds, headaches, etc.). Appointments are suggested, but walk-ins are always welcome
University Eye Center
Located in Marillac Hall on South Campus | Phone: 314.516.5131
Students can take advantage of a number of discounted services including primary care, contact lenses, eye glasses, rehabilitative optometry, and eye health management.