Resources and Support
- Contact MU Police to report emergencies or call 911.
- Current campus safety information is listed on MU Alert.
- Call the MU Counseling Center main number at (573) 882-6601 for assistance 24/7.
- Current news is reported on MU News Bureau or local TV station KOMU.
- Gwynn Hall, Stanley Hall, and Stanley Addition Emergency Action Plan (PDF)
The mission of the College of Human Environmental Sciences is to address human needs and enhance individual, family, and community life in a diverse and multicultural world by conducting research, preparing professionals and providing outreach. To achieve excellence and expand opportunities for our students, faculty, and staff, we embrace and foster inclusiveness in the research and learning environment.
In times such as these, our commitment to these ideals must be evident. The faculty and staff of the College of HES are committed to supporting all of our students and stakeholders as the University of Missouri embarks on a time of growth and transition.
In order for students to be fully engaged in their education, their need for physical safety and mental wellness must be addressed. The University of Missouri has taken additional measures to address campus safety concerns. Further, additional counseling and wellness staff are available to support student mental health needs. Students are encouraged to seek these resources should they need additional support at this time.
If you have an emergency, please contact MU Police at (573) 882-7201 or call 911.
If you need counseling assistance, call the Counseling Center at (573) 882-6601 or the Mizzou Cares Crisis Resource Line at (573) 882-3970. Assistance is available 24/7.
Our faculty, advisors, and the HES Student Services staff are also available to help connect students to appropriate campus resources as needed. Office hours are Monday-Friday 8:00am-5:00pm.
HES Student Services
106 Gwynn Hall