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Campus Resources

On-Campus Resources



Purchase textbooks, apparel, and other Southern gear at the MSSU Bookstore.

Bursar's Office

The Bursar's Office is where you pay your tuition and costs. You can also visit with the staff about payment plans and payment options.

Career Services

Career Services can help you choose a major or career path, develop your personal career goals, and prepare to market yourself. You can apply for on and off campus jobs, internships, and volunteer opportunities. They also assist in job and graduate school research and application.

Course Catalog

Learn all about the college, degree options, and find descriptions of classes offered.

Distance Learning

Caring professors work with our top notch instructional design team to create online courses that are not only engaging and dynamic but also meet the academic needs of our distance students.

Financial Aid

Financial Aid is the office to visit to learn more about funding options for your college career. Missouri Southern participates in a variety of aid programs to assist qualified students. These funds – from private, institutional, state and federal sources – are coordinated to meet the individual student's financial need, performing ability and academic excellence.

First Year Experience

The First-Year Experience Program is a resource center designed exclusively for first-year students! They are dedicated to making your first year of college a successful and enjoyable one.

Information Technology

The Information Technology (IT) staff is eager to assist and support our campus community with technology services. User Services Department is here to assist students with email and other campus technology questions. We use state-of-the-art products like cloud storage and modern computer labs to help our students achieve academic success.

Project Stay

Project Stay is a federally-funded TRIO program whose mission is to provide comprehensive resources for students as they complete their bachelor's degrees and transition to graduate school and professional life.

Registrar's Office

The Registrar's Office maintains all student academic records, certifies graduation requirements, issues transcripts, provides degree audits, transfer evaluations, enrollment certifications and registration information.

Spiva Library

The George A. Spiva Library provides many amenities to our students. This is the place to go for help with research, checking out a book, finding a quiet place to study, grabbing a cup of coffee in the University Java Coffee Shop, wireless access and so much more.

Student Disability Services

Student Disability Services' mission is to provide individuals with disabilities support services that will allow them to access programs, services and facilities, and activities of the University.

Student Life and Conduct

The Student Life and Conduct staff serves as a liaison between students, parents, faculty, staff, and administrators to help solve problems, assist with individual or group crisis management, navigate various campus procedures, and serve as an advocate for students when needed. By connecting with other university departments, the office responds to students' needs by identifying the appropriate resources available.