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Chat with the Involvement Ambassadors

Have a quick question about campus involvement that needs a quick answer? Email an involvement ambassador at involveambass@missouri.edu.

Stay up to date with the latest events by following the involvement ambassadors on Instagram or by subscribing to the monthly involvement newsletter.

Additional Opportunities

There are many ways to get involved on campus and if you do not want to meet with an involvement ambassador to start exploring these, try some of the opportunities below.

The Involvement Ambassadors host Involvement Week twice a year. Fall Involvement Week is held the week after Labor Day. Spring Involvement Week is the week after Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Students can expect involvement fairs, informational sessions, and much more throughout each Involvement Week. Events will be advertised on Engage.

Welcome Week takes place in the Fall during the time between when a student moves to campus and the start of classes. These few days help orient students to campus, provides social programs to meet their fellow students, and makes sure students know what to expect on day one of classes. Check out the Welcome Week website for more information!

The Greek community at MU is home to thousands of undergraduate students. Learn more about the four councils, fraternities and sororities at Mizzou, and how to join one.

Did you know 1 in 5 MU students study abroad during their time at Mizzou? It’s never too early to start planning your study or internship abroad experience. Learn how to start your adventure.

Mizzou is home to hundreds of student orgs that are run completely by Mizzou students. They are a great way to meet new people, have fun and learn, all at the same time. Explore recognized student organizations.

Looking for something to do on campus? Visit stufftodo.missouri.edu

Joining the Mizzou Alumni Association as part of the True Tiger Network is the first step in a lifelong relationship with the University of Missouri. This program allows students the opportunity to network with alumni and participate in Mizzou spirit-filled programs. Discover the Mizzou Alumni Association.

Getting involved through student employment does more than just help you make friends on campus – it earns you a paycheck, too! Check out HireMizzouTigers.com to learn more about on-campus jobs like Campus Dining where you can work, eat for free, and grow professionally.

Service and leadership opportunities are everywhere. Here’s just some options:

Students representing their own issues and interests is a core value. Here are just some Student Government Opportunities: