The Latest:

  1. Arrival testing is available for all undergraduate students as they return for the spring semester.
  2. New students are required to complete safety and prevention training by Jan. 25.
  3. Limit your social contacts as you prepare to return to campus. More on returning to campus safely.

Campus guidance

Learn what you should know to stay safe on campus.

Testing information

Mizzou has numerous resources to support students, faculty and staff who may be dealing with COVID-19.

Self-report requirement

All students, faculty and staff are required to notify the university within four hours of receiving a positive COVID-19 diagnosis.

Meeting the Moment

We’re proud of the determination, creativity and grit our Tigers have shown in the face of extraordinary circumstances. We know you will continue to make a difference as conditions evolve and improve, supporting each other as Tigers to keep our community safe.

 

Safety Precautions

Supporting the safety of the entire MU community: guidance, behaviors and expectations all Tigers can adopt to help keep themselves and others safe.

Safety expectations
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Campus Status and Latest Updates

Visit the Show Me Renewal Update page for the latest from Mizzou, updates to the Show Me Renewal Plan and messages for the campus community.

Show Me Renewal Updates
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Monitoring Mizzou

Learn how to get tested, about the referral process, Mizzou’s testing strategy testing and how to self-report.

Testing and Reporting
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Symptom Monitoring Made Easy

Get #CampusClear, a self-screening mobile app designed to support Mizzou community members as they monitor their day-to-day health and respond to potential COVID-19 symptoms.

#CampusClear App and Health Monitoring Locations
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