Common Searches

As a member of the TRITON FAMILY, you are part of an awesome network of resources!  Through a variety of support programs and offices, you can access services that will help build your success. All of these services are typically at NO COST to you!

Academic Advising
Find out who your advisor is and how to meet with them.

Academic Support Centers
Specific tutoring or academic help offerings.

Career Services
Assists students and recent graduates with planning, creating, implementing and evaluating career development and job search strategies by working in partnership with employers and the campus community.
Location: 278 Millennium Student Center (MSC)

Health, Counseling, and Disability Access Services
One-stop shop for many of your medical and mental health needs.
Location: 131 Millennium Student Center (MSC)

Police Department
Here to serve the campus community. 
Location: 44 Campus Police Building (CPB)

Student Enrichment and Achievement
Comprehensive academic support and intervention strategies to students within targeted populations.
Location: 107 Lucas Hall (LH)

Student Involvement
Committed to engaging students in exploring their curiosities, developing passions, gaining a better understanding of self and others, and creating lasting community.
Location: 366 Millennium Student Center (MSC)

TRIO Student Support Services
Comprehensive academic support model to facilitate the transfer of participants from two-year to four-year institutions.
Location: 180 Millennium Student Center (MSC)

University Student Support
Comprehensive support services to meet the academic, personal development and professional needs of students.
Location: 225 Millennium Student Center (MSC)

University Tutoring Center
A centralized tutoring center with multiple tutoring options: peer tutoring, drop-in tutoring, Triton Online Tutoring, NetTutor and more.
Location: 225 Millennium Student Center (MSC)

UMSL Veterans Center
Aims to be the first stop resource for services including admissions support, GI Bill advising and certification, academic support, and networking opportunities with local military-friendly employers.
Location: 211 Clark Hall (CH)

Victim Advocacy
Victim Advocacy can provide information, advocacy and support to students and employees who may have been a victim of crime, violence, or abuse. These services are free and confidential .
Location: 131 Millennium Student Center (MSC)

For other services provided to you as a student at the University of Missouri - St. Louis, please visit the Services Available page.