Mizzou’s ability to receive visitors is limited at this time, and most university events have been modified to offer remote options.

All visitors to the University of Missouri campus are asked to comply with Mizzou’s safety guidelines and expectations including:

Please do not come to campus if you are experiencing symptoms, feel unwell and/or have come into contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19.

The university provides hand sanitizer stations throughout all campus buildings. Visitors will need to bring a face covering and get “cleared for campus” with the #CampusClear self-screening app.

Travel guidance

Travel increases the risk of exposure to COVID-19; therefore, everyone is encouraged to carefully review the following guidance before engaging in any form of travel to or from the University of Missouri campus:

Travel guidance

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At this time, visitors from off campus (including family members and students living in Greek housing) are not allowed in Residential Life facilities. The following individuals may enter Residential Life facilities and must follow current MU safety guidelines and expectations: 

  • A building’s assigned occupants
  • Students from other Residential Life facilities 
  • Essential MU employees
  • Approved external service providers (including, but not limited to, delivery services and maintenance contractors)

These restrictions will be reassessed and communicated as changes occur. Continued social distancing, use of face coverings and monitoring symptoms with the #CampusClear app may allow Residential Life to ease these restrictions.

  • Visitors must monitor their symptoms before coming to campus and can download the #CampusClear app and select the University of Missouri campus when indicated to register the app for use.
  • Floors will be marked to maintain a 6-foot distance in restaurant lines and one-way lines in and out of spaces.
  • All dining halls, convenience stores and restaurants will no longer accept cash, but they will take payments via your credit or debit card.
  • Furniture will be spaced out and/or removed in the student unions for social distancing.
  • All drinking fountains will be turned off, but bottle-filling stations will be available.

  • As a visitor, you will need to keep a social distance of 6 feet from other people not in your party at all times and practice proper hygiene by washing hands or using hand sanitizer. Visitors also need to bring a face covering for settings where social distancing measures are difficult to maintain.
  • For contact tracing purposes, all visitors must be registered with the Office of Admissions. You will enter this information when registering for your visit.
  • Because of social distancing guidelines, students are allowed two visitors to accompany them on their visit for a total in the group of three. Additional guests will not be permitted in the presentation or on the campus tour. For more information, visit the Mizzou Admissions website.
  • All visitors are asked to self-monitor using the #CampusClear app and run through the Mizzou symptom checklist before coming to campus Please do not come to campus if you are experiencing symptoms, feel unwell and/or have come into contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19. Contact the Office of Admissions to reschedule your campus tour.

Mizzou Athletics is working with MU Health Care as well as with the SEC and NCAA on protocols that create as low-risk an environment as possible.

Visit for the most up-to-date scheduling and safety information.

At this time all university-sponsored on-campus events are restricted to 50 people or fewer. For more information and events guidance, see:

Visitors supply contact information when they create an account, but no identifying information is collected by the university. Only aggregate data will be provided to authorized university administrators to provide real-time insights into overall health trends.

  • Summer activities held on MU’s campus and MU-sponsored trips held off campus must abide by MU’s health and safety protocols, including social distancing and wearing face coverings.
  • All summer events are limited to 20 individuals or fewer. For any groups interested in holding summer events with more than 20 individuals, MU’s Incident Command team will review all submissions received via the COVID-19 Event Request Form.
  • While on-campus overnight events are allowed for currently enrolled MU students, high school graduates and young adults aged 18 years or older, they are not permitted for K-12 students.

More information on summer activities can be found here.