At UMSL, you can have it all. Our diverse student body has access to world-class researchers and scholars, top-ranked degree programs and sought-after internship opportunities. In short, we offer a serious education at a serious value. It’s no wonder over 95,000 alumni chose UMSL for their degree.
The mission of the Office of Research Administration (ORA) is to provide leadership and support in the development, execution and operation of programs in sponsored research, technology transfer and economic development throughout the University of Missouri-St. Louis. The office has seamlessly combined support for research, commercialization, economic development and aspects of federal relations responsibilities into a single efficient unit.
Career Services assists students and recent graduates with planning, creating, implementing and evaluating career development and job search strategies by working in partnership with employers and the campus community.
Career Services is committed to:
The University Libraries provide information resources that support the academic mission and long-term goals of the University while making their research collections available to the widest numbers of local and national users.
UMSL provides a great environment for students to learn, make friends, and explore new interests. With more than 100 student organizations, an active Greek Life, community service opportunities, leadership programs and multiple cultural events there is always something to do on campus. The campus also offers students several housing options to meet their needs. Whether you live in a campus apartment or traditional residential hall, living on campus is convenient, fun and a great way to meet people.
UMSL Student Organizations are just one way to get involved on campus. We have so many organizations that there is probably something for you! Use the navigation on the left hand side you can find resources for starting your own organization, development and training, and Advisor resource. Student's involved in co-curricular activities also gain valuable skills such as: management, budgeting, collaboration, training, conferences, event planning, logistics, communication, conflict management, and much more!
The University of Missouri-St. Louis is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.