About Us


Drop-in and Appointment Services:
9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, during the academic year (including finals week).  See our Connect With Our Staff page for more details.

Administrative Offices:
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday (While we are doing some remote work, a staff member is always available during these hours).

Nearly all of our services are available on a drop-in basis. Students meet one-on-one with a trained Career Specialist to address their career concerns such as choosing a major, applying for jobs, writing a resume, and preparing for an interview.

Contact Us

201 Student Success Center
Phone: 573-882-6801
Fax: 573-882-5440
Email: career@missouri.edu


Since 1974, the University of Missouri has been involved in providing career development assistance to its students. The MU Career Center was conceived by a professor of Educational and Counseling Psychology and two graduate students, and existed as a simple self-help center with a few books at the Counseling Center.

Currently, the MU Career Center resides in the Student Success Center and continues to focus on assisting all MU students with their career exploration and development. For more than 40 years we have built our services on a firm foundation of research and best practices in career development and counseling psychology.

Our Impact 

Over the past year we have developed and enhanced a number of initiatives that positively impact our institution’s stated commitment to the areas of Excellence in Student Success and Excellence in Engagement and Outreach. Please read our Annual Report and Year in Review brief to learn about our meaningful work with students and our contributions to the MU strategic plan. 

Annual Report

Year in Review

Career Services at Mizzou

The MU Career Center is a member of the MU Career Services Council, a network comprised of career services offices at the University of Missouri and their professional staff. The Council serves as a gateway for students to experiential education, post-graduate employment and advanced degree work. The network is a coordinated body addressing policy and practice in matters of career service, employment and post-graduate opportunities.

Advisory Committee

The mission of the Advisory Committee is to counsel on the services, programs, and policies of the MU Career Center. Current members include: 

Dr. Lisa Flores
Educational, School & Counseling Psychology 

Dr. Lynn Itagaki
English and Women’s and Gender Studies

Kayla Jacobs
Student Financial Aid

Emily Mahler
School of Health Professions

Dr. Dennis Miller
Psychological Sciences  

Cecelia Olivares
Transfer Center & Discovery Center

Dr. Graham McCaulley
Personal Financial Planning

Ashli Grabau
Division of Student Affairs