Academic Program Prioritization
Glossary of Terms
UMSL HLC Tool Box
Centers and Institutes
Academic Support Units
Appointments, Tenure, and Promotion Info
New UMSL Faculty
A wide variety of services are available for all students, faculty and staff through the Counseling Center in the MSC. For more information please visit the Counseling Services website.
Triton Manual/Student Planner
Each year, the Office of the Vice Provost for Student Affairs sponsors the publication of a student planner, which provides a wealth of valuable information for students.
Center for Student Success
Located within the Center for Student Success, the Office for Transfer Services provides resources for students as they enter the university and to be a home for students as they complete their baccalaureate studies at UMSL. The UMSL Office of Transfer Services, a unit of Student Affairs, offers a broad range of support services to the diverse population of students who transfer to UMSL from other institutions and those who are returning to complete their course of studies. For more information, please visit the Center for Student Success website.
Office of Transfer Services
Located within the Center for Student Success, the Office for Transfer Services provides resources for students as they enter the university and to be a home for students as they complete their baccalaureate studies at UMSL. The UMSL Office of Transfer Services, a unit of Student Affairs, offers a broad range of support services to the diverse population of students who transfer to UMSL from other institutions and those who are returning to complete their course of studies. For more information please visit the Office of Transfer Services website.
Career Services works in partnership with employers and the campus community by assisting students and alumni to develop, implement, and evaluate job search strategies. For more information please visit the Career Services website.
Degree Audit Reporting System
DARS is an automated record reflecting a student's academic progress toward degree completion in his/her declared major. By considering UMSL course work, transfer courses and courses-in-progress, DARS analysis provides timely information on a student's progress toward meeting degree requirements. For more information, please visit the Degree Audit Reporting System website.
Disability Access Services
The major objective of the program for students with disabilities at the University of Missouri-St. Louis is to provide services on an individualized basis for mainstreaming into the general student population. Our other objective is to provide assistance to students with disabilities in their acclimation to the campus and to assure positive learning experiences. For more information please visit the Disability Access Services website.
University Health Services
The University Health Services office provides a wide variety of services to faculty, staff and students of the university. For more information please visit the University Health Services website.
New Student Orientation
Orientation activities are scheduled each semester with programs geared specifically for both freshman students and transfer students. For specific events, please visit the Orientation website.
Residential life is committed to designing and maintaining a learning environment that encourages academic success, student engagement, personal growth, and personal responsibility. For more information please visit the Residential Life website.
Office of Student Life
The Office of Student Life is your source for fun and informative events and programs. Our programs are open to all students and most are free. We also offer a limited number of discount tickets to events and shows in the area. Check out the events and activities pages of our website as there is always something going on.
Student Support Services
Student Support Services is a TRIO program created in 1968 to provide support to collegiate students who are low income, first generation, or disabled to help them achieve their academic goals. For more information please visit the Student Support Services website.
Information Technology Services
Information technology Services offers a variety of support services for faculty, staff and students of the university.For more information please visit the Information Technology Services website.
Campus Shuttle Service
The University of Missouri-St. Louis Parking and Transportation Department shuttle service is provided for faculty, staff, students and visitors Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. until 10:45 p.m.
Center for Eye Care
The College of Optometry operates four full-service eye care facilities. These four clinical facilities collectively are referred to as the "Center for Eye Care". The Center is part of the University of Missouri-St. Louis College of Optometry's extensive network of research on vision problems and consists of the following facilities:
The University Eye Center on the South Campus of the UM-St. Louis
The Optometric Center in the Central West End of the city of St. Louis
The Harvester Eye Care in Harvester, Missouri
The East St. Louis Center in East St. Louis, Illinois
Center for International Studies
The Center for International Studies offers support and services to international faculty and students and those students wishing to study abroad. For more information please visit the Center for International Studies website.
Office of National Scholarship Information
The mission of the Office of National Scholarship Information (ONSI) at the University of Missouri-St. Louis is to provide campus wide access to merit-based scholarship information and opportunities. The most well-known of these merit-based scholarships include the Rhodes, British Marshall, Truman, and Fulbright, although numerous other prestigious, and often unique, opportunities exist for outstanding students.For more information please visit the Office of National Scholarship Information website.