University for Missouri: A Commitment to Student Success

At Mizzou, student success is a priority. We are committed to providing a safe, inclusive environment that challenges students to strive for excellence.

On Nov. 15, 2017, Chancellor Alexander Cartwright delivered his first 100 day address. In the address he outlined how, together with students, parents, faculty, staff and alumni and the state of Missouri, the university will take decisive steps toward building Mizzou’s future, focusing on these key areas:

  • College Affordability
  • Student Support Systems
  • Innovations for Lifelong Learning and Success
  • Ensuring MU Students are Career-Ready

Be a part of it.

Learn how you can get involved in our student success efforts.

Mizzou student with her mom

Future students and parents

Mizzou student with father and mother

Current students and parents

Mizzou alumnus Linda Goodwin


Mizzou faculty member in classroom

Faculty and staff

Business representatives at the College of Engineering Career Fair

Businesses, organizations, and community members

Mizzou is committed to career-readiness, and we’re looking for businesses, organizations and community members to help us prepare our students for success. Opt in to learn more about how you can partner with Mizzou to work with our talented students and help them become career-ready through internships and other opportunities.