UMSL is committed to being a good neighbor and partner in our community. One way we want to be a good neighbor to our nearby residents is through the UMSL Community Card.

Front of Community Card
Back of UMSL Community Card

What is the UMSL Community Card?

The Community Card allows residents of communities surrounding UMSL to access UMSL Resources at discounted prices.

  • Cardholders Can
    • Participate in the UMSL Insider Program, which offers a limited number of discounted tickets purchased in advance of Touhill Performing Arts Center events and discounted pricing on tickets bought within two hours before a show starts (limit two tickets per cardholder)
    • Receive additional discounts on select UMSL Recreation and Wellness Center Promotions such as Resolution Jump Start annual memberships, one extra free Guest Pass on the 3rd Friday of each month, and two open nights a year for communities to use the center
    • Receive one box of popcorn free with the purchase of a full-price ticket at sporting events

  • To Use Your Community Card
    • Just present your Community Card when accessing the above benefits.
    • The Community Card must be presented in-person to receive discounts on tickets and admission



How do I get a Community Card?

Residents of the following municipalities are eligible for a Community Card:

  • Bel-Nor
  • Bel-Ridge
  • Bellerive
  • Berkeley
  • Beverly Hills
  • Charlack
  • Cool Valley
  • Country Club Hills
  • Ferguson
  • Glen Echo Park
  • Greendale
  • Hanley Hills
  • Hillsdale
  • Jennings
  • Kinloch
  • Normandy
  • Northwoods
  • Norwood Court
  • Pagedale
  • Pasadena Hills
  • Pasadena Park
  • Pine Lawn
  • St. John
  • Sycamore Hills
  • Uplands Park
  • Velda City
  • Velda Village Hills
  • Vinita Park
  • Vinita Terrace
  • Wellston

UMSL celebrates Extension & Engagement week and invites the community to take part!

University of Missouri Extension and Engagement Week 2021 brings together all four universities in the MU System, MU Extension, MU Health, and statewide partners, stakeholders, state agency leaders and legislators – all working together to learn, brainstorm and create a plan for improving the health, well-being and health outcomes for people in the state of Missouri. Join us October 18-23, 2021, as we explore issues of health equity, the opioid crisis, health data and hear from leaders and thinkers around the state. 

Extension & Engagement Week 2021