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Stay 6 feet apart

Wear your face covering

Wash your hands

Monitor symptoms

Students and families

Our campus community enters the 2021 spring semester with a proven template for success in managing the virus on our campus. As they have been doing throughout the pandemic, university officials, public health officials and medical experts will continue to monitor the circumstances closely and make decisions as they become necessary.

In light of new guidance from both the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and our local Boone County public health officials, wearing face coverings outside is no longer required on campus, although it is still encouraged that you use a face covering if you are within 6 feet of someone you do not live with, particularly if you are not vaccinated and if you are with that individual for 15 minutes or longer. It is also still recommended that individuals avoid large outside crowds where social distancing is not possible.

Face coverings and social distancing are still required while indoors on campus.

Future Tigers

We want to make sure that you get the information and help you need to continue your admissions journey.

Admissions and campus visits

Dealing with COVID-19 illness

If you feel unwell, are waiting for test results, have been exposed to or have tested positive for COVID-19, stay home.

Housing, dining and activities

Expectations for living in the residence halls, eating on campus, Fraternity and Sorority Life, and safe events and activities

Student research and creative activities

As the campus reopens for classes for the 2021 spring semester, graduate and undergraduate students and their faculty mentors need to be aware of additional protocols and requirements for students working in research facilities and creative spaces.

Graduate and international students

Guidance for graduate students about assitantships, extensions and other topics as well as support for incoming international students

Report an unsafe incident

Your health and well-being are our top priority. The university has implemented policies to help protect the Mizzou community and limit the spread of COVID-19. If you have concerns that safety protocols are not being followed, you should report the behavior.