Student Planner 2013-2014

Sources of Information on Campus Activities and Events

 

90.7 KWMU-FM

Address: 104 Lucas Hall
Phone:  314-516-5968
E-Mail Address: kwmu@umsl.edu
Web Address: http://www.kwmu.org

90.7 KWMU-FM, St. Louis's only National Public Radio affiliate, broadcasts in-depth news and intelligent talk through nationally and locally produced programs such asMorning EditionAll Things Considered, and St. Louis On The Air. Students may work in all areas of the radio station operation through practicum or internship program.

Campus Events Calendar Web Address:

https://apps.umsl.edu/webapps/weboffice/calendar/calendar.cfm

Campus Hotlines/Campus Closings

You may call the following University hotline phone numbers after 6:30 a.m. to get current information about campus closings:

(314) 516-4636

(314) 516-5148

(314) 516-5865

(314) 516-5867

The Current

Address: 388 Millennium Student Center
Phone:  314-516-5174
Web Address:www.thecurrent-online.com 

The Current is a student-run newspaper that reports on University news and issues. The Current provides excellent experience for students who are interested in working in print media. The only requirements for working on the paper are being a UMSL student and having initiative. Senior staff positions are paid; and new reporters are always welcome.

Blanche M. Touhill Performing Arts Center

Tickets and Information: (314)516-4949 or (866)516-4949
Web Address: http://www.touhill.org

The Center brings the performing arts to the University of Missouri-St. Louis and to audiences from the St. Louis area and across the Midwest. Students will have incredible opportunities to train and display their talents in a world-class performance hall while serving as a cultural classroom for the community.

Monday Noon Cultural Series

Address: 229 JC Penney Conference Center
Phone:  314-516-5699
Web Address: http://www.umsl.edu/~cfh

The Monday Noon Cultural Series, offered by the Center for the Humanities, consists of twelve to thirteen Monday programs each semester held from 12:15-1:15 p.m. The Series presents a diverse array of talent and expertise, with speakers from a wide range of ethnic, racial, and cultural backgrounds. Subjects range from art and music to politics and social conditions. The series showcases the excellence of our faculty and local experts. All programs are free and open to the public.

Student Life

Address: 366 Millennium Student Center
Phone: (314) 516-5291
Web Address: http://www.umsl.edu/studentlife

The Office of Student Life offers a variety of programs, services, and resources for students to connect with one another and become involved in the learning that takes place outside of the classroom. The Student Life staff members help students find their perfect fit no matter their years of experience, leadership abilities, or available free-time. Our programs and services are responsive to student and student organization needs, and we are able to customize activities, training, or presentations upon request. Whether it's participating in the Emerging Leaders program, checking out materials from one of the resource centers, attending the Fall Workshop, or joining one of our more than 100 student organizations, the Office of Student Life encourages every student to engage and be active in the campus community.

University Program Board

Address: 369 Millennium Student Center
Phone: (314) 516-5531

The University Program Board (UPB) is the student-run programming body at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. UPB sponsors a variety of educational, cultural, and social activities throughout the academic year that are free and open to the UMSL community. Students may apply for executive board positions or volunteer their time as general members to develop and implement programs including contemporary concert presentations, lectures, comedy showcases, and the annual spring carnival Mirthday. Programming is subsidized by student activity fees and student input is always welcome!