To help them alleviate stress, remind your student to:
Eat nutritious meals and snacks.
Exercise at the Rec or other locations.
Take breaks and deep breaths.
Avoid overconsumption of stimulants.
Get plenty of sleep.
UCM's Family Academic Support Team (FAST) - Partnering with families to form an alliance focused on their student’s success.
FAST provides a comprehensive support system for families, empowering them to become more effective partners who are actively engaged in their student’s academic success at UCM.
As your questions emerge, whether from your UCM student or from your own curiosity, and you aren’t sure who to ask, send your question(s) to the FAST Team: FAST@ucmo.edu. The FAST team administrator will quickly act to get the right FAST Team members involved so you can get your answers . . .FAST!
Call our office at 660-543-4721 with any questions.  The Success Advising Center staff looks forward to helping your student.
The UCM Counseling Center can provide assistance on how to help a person who may be suicidal. The suicide prevention training program “Ask-Listen-Refer” can be found at: www.asklistenrefer.org/ucm. This program is designed to help faculty, staff, parents, and students:
Resources available include: National Suicide Hotline at 1-800-273-TALK and the UCM Counseling Center at 660-543-4060 or www.ucmo.edu/cc/.
These free, informal, interactive workshops presented by the UCM Counseling Center
and the Student Recreation and Wellness Center will help your student strengthen their
skills for managing life's challenges.
For more information visit https://www.ucmo.edu/mentalfitness
The residence hall agreement will be live for the next academic year via MyCentral
near the end of September. Log in to My Central next week and go to Student/Records
and Registration to complete the application. Returning students will be able to reapply
for the following year and have the option to choose their own bed space when the
Students who are interested in residing in an on campus apartment can complete the apartment application in order to be placed on our waiting list. The application will go live for the next year on December 1.
Led by UCM staff as well as local landlords, property managers, and City of Warrensburg
staff, these workshops cover real-life issues and scenarios that first-time renters
encounter, and will help your student understand their rights and responsibilities
as a renter.
For more information visit https://www.ucmo.edu/offcampusliving.
To track the latest news and events at UCM link to www.ucmo.edu/news/index.php.
My schedule is available to students in under Student - Records and Registration and the Registration area under the Student profile. This platform will provide all possible combinations of schedules based on the specific courses and break times (work, athletic practice, etc.) chosen. Use of MySchedule is optional. Spread the word to your students about this great planning tool!
If you have questions or need additional clarification about any aspect of applying for financial aid for the 2019-20 year, contact the UCM Office of Student Financial Services by telephone (660-543-8266) or in person (1100 Ward Edwards Bldg.).
In addition, complete details about the financial aid application process may be reviewed at .
Anxiety is a normal response to stressful situations. A certain amount of anxiety
is essential for performing at our best. It is only when we have too much anxiety
that it interferes with functioning. The anxiety expresses itself through emotions, physical symptoms, thoughts, and behaviors.
If your student is experiencing levels of anxiety that is causing significant distress
or is interfering with functioning, encourage your student to seek help from the Counseling
Center. Our services are free to UCM students. Call 660-543-4060 or visit our website
at for more information.
The Office of Student Activities, ucmo.edu/osa, is committed to extending education beyond the classroom by offering students experiences that will be rewarding and enriching to them personally, intellectually, socially, and physically. The experiences they gain through their involvement will stay with them throughout their college years.