News and Events

Walk-in services available over summer session

Please be aware that walk-in services are unavailable during the intersession; however, drop-in hours will resume when summer classes are in session (June 4 – July 31). Our summer hours are 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.  If you have any advice needed for a job or internship search, resume review or academic major decision, please visit us. No appointment is needed! 

 

MU Outcomes Survey

May graduates should complete this brief survey which asks about your post-graduation plans and your experience at the University of Missouri. It should take only a few minutes to finish and we will use this information to enhance our services to better prepare our students for life after graduation.

Click this link enter your name, Mizzou email address, graduation cohort (Spring 2018), and School/College (e.g., MU School of Journalism) to have your personalized survey emailed to you!

 

“Don’t Miss” Campus Events: May 2018

Senior Sendoff
Friday, May 4, 2018
1:00 – 3:00 p.m. at Francis Quad
Seniors should gather on the south side of Francis Quad (closest to Jesse) at 1 p.m. for Tiger Prowl, your symbolic exit through the historic columns of Mizzou into the “real world.”

Following Tiger Prowl, grads are invited to continue the festivities on Carnahan Quad. The celebration will include free food, beverages,*one cup of beer for graduates 21 years and older, live entertainment, games and much more!

Commencement Weekend
Friday, May 11 – Sunday, May 13, 2018

We congratulate all May graduates on their success and accomplishments!  Please review the Pre-Graduation Checklist before the big day!

 

Featured Resources for Alumni

While the Mizzou campus will soon celebrate its graduates this May, career services will continue to support them as they take the next step in their career journey. We want all our campus colleagues to know that there are numerous career resources available to alumni! While walk-in services are reserved for currently enrolled students, there are literally hundreds of online resources alumni can access to assist with their job search, graduate school plans or gap year alternatives.

Our resources web site, named Mizzou Career Tools, allows users to custom search our database of nearly 500 career-related resources, including Career Guides, recommended job search engines, industry resources, videos and more. Alumni have unlimited access to these resources and we have even tagged a number of them that are specifically geared to an alumni audience.

Additionally, the HireMizzouTigers.com employment website is a FREE resource alumni can use for life!  More than 25,000 jobs and internships will be posted this year, and those companies have specifically targeted Mizzou talent to fill their vacancies. Alumni can use this service for as long as they like and their first resume will be proofread by a staff member.

Just because a student is graduating doesn’t mean they have to entirely leave Mizzou behind. Career services will continue to support them with our vast array of online resources so that they will be successful in their post-graduation pursuits!