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Office of Student Life (OSL)
OSL is located in 366 Millennium Student Center (314-516‑5291). OSL advises and serves as a facilitator for programs and services provided to student organizations at the University of Missouri‑St. Louis. OSL sponsors a diverse series of educational, cultural, recreational, and social programs, services, and activities that complement the academic mission of the campus and attend to the developmental needs of students at UMSL.
Athletics and Campus Recreational Sports
UMSL has some really awesome sports teams. Check out their site to learn more about the various teams and their schedules. We hope to see you out at a game soon!
The Bookstore (314-516-5763) is the headquarters for textbooks, reference materials, general reading books, supplies, gifts, Triton gifts and numerous logo items. Triton Tech, located in the bookstore, offers discounted software and hardware. In addition, UPS shipping services are available, as well as fax services and free notary service. Each year the bookstore sponsors special events such as the Annual Fashion Show, Book Signings, Student Appreciation, Book Buy Back at the end of each semester, and more. All profits from the bookstore support operating expenses of the Millennium Student Center.
The Bulletin includes a description of undergraduate and graduate policies and programs at the University of Missouri-St. Louis.
Career Services helps students and alumni to develop, implement, and evaluate job search strategies. Career Readiness/Coaching, Career Counseling & Exploration and other programs are available to all UMSL degree-seeking students and recent graduates. A professional is available in 278 Millennium Student Center or by phone at 314-516-5111 to guide students and alumni in the job search for internships/co-ops and full-time degree-related positions.
Center for Student Success
The Center is committed to helping students deal with academic concerns, connect to campus resources and meet educational goals. Whether you are a first-year student or graduating senior, and whether you are struggling with classes or on the Dean’s List, they have something for you. Their staff is here to guide you to academic excellence!
Counseling Services provides personal counseling, consultation, psycho-educational workshops and presentations to classes and student groups.
The Office of Student Financial Aid is located in 327 Millennium Student Center (314-516-5526). The staff assist students with applying for financial aid, including scholarships, grants, loans, and work study. The office is open various hours to accommodate both day and evening students. Appointments are not necessary.
Everyone gets sick now and then. That's why it is so great this office is on campus. Health Services, an ambulatory care clinic, is under the direction of a Nurse Practitioner with a doctoral degree. Care is provided by Nurse Practitioners and a Registered Nurse. Referrals to medical facilties are provided when deemed necessary.
This web application has many uses on campus, from viewing your schedule, to campus email, to class information. Residential Life has a special community on here for all students who live in the traditional residence halls. We post event information and other information on here to better assist our students and make it easier for them to see what is going on around the halls.
Through this web application, you may view your housing assignment, housing billing account, and dining plan, as well as submit a new housing application and choose your living preferences such as your roommate for the next year!
This web application also has many uses on campus, from viewing your schedule, to campus finances, to class information and even registration. Once logged in to MyView, click the "Self Service" tab on the left, then "Residential Life" to view your housing assignments and roommates.
Pierre Laclede Honors College (PLHC)
Founded in 1989, PLHC has outgrown its first home and is now housed on South Campus in the magnificent Provincial House, just a short walk from the UMSL South Metro Station. Many of its more than 500 students are residents in the college building or in the new university residences nearby. The Honors faculty is drawn primarily from the traditional disciplines in the arts and sciences, and includes some of the university’s most eminent scholars.
Student Government Association (SGA)
SGA of the University of Missouri‑St. Louis, housed in 366 Millennium Student Center (314-516 5105), is the student governance body composed of both elected student representatives from each school and college and organizational representatives from every recognized student organization that petitions for representation. The purpose of the SGA is to represent student concerns at every level of governance within the university. This is done by ensuring adequate and capable student representation within the University Assembly, the policy‑making and governance body of the university.
Touhill Performing Arts Center (PAC)
This state-of-the-art facility hosts many extraordinary performances. Students of the University of Missouri-St. Louis get a discount on tickets. Check out their site to learn when performances are scheduled.
The Welcome Center (257 MSC, across from the Bookstore) is the hospitality center of the campus. Staff answer questions and provide directions to all campus offices. The center also serves as the tour headquarters for prospective students and contains information from all departments, colleges, and offices. The Welcome Center welcomes all visitors to UMSL.
Residence Hall Association (RHA)
This student group is a governing body within the residence halls. They host some spectacular programs and events for residents. They also serve as another voice for the students to help make living on campus the best possible experience. All residents who live on campus in the residence halls are automatic members. Stop by their office in Oak hall to learn more.