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Services Offered

Services Provided by UCM

The University of Central Missouri offers a large variety of services to students to ease college life. Below is a list of helpful services you will find on campus.

UCM Advantage Program

The UCM Advantage Program provides university admission for a select group of first year students who demonstrate promise but have not met traditional admission criteria. J.C.Kirkpatrick Library 3150, phone 660-543-8927. 

TRIO

TRIO is available to students who have financial needs, have disabilities, or are first generation college students in their families. It provides free developmental courses, tutoring, grants and scholarships, private computer lab, mentorship, and many other opportunities. Humphreys 119; phone 660-543-4394,

Learning Commons

The Learning Commons is free to any UCM student and offers tutoring for more than 40 courses, a writing lab, and assistance on organization and time management skills.  James C. Kirkpatrick Library 3150, 

Center for Multiculturalism and Inclusivity

CMI provides direction, support and meeting space for multicultural student groups and individual students. Elliott Student Union 3rd floor, 660-543-4129, 

University Health Center

 The University Health Center is staffed by physicians, nurse practitioners, pharmacy and lab technicians and office personnel. 108 E Clark St. (across from the Elliott Student Union), 660-543-4770,

 

Counseling Center

The Counseling Center offers free services designed to help students with concerns affecting their lives and their functioning in college. Humphreys Building 131, 660-543-4060,

 

Welch-Schmidt Center for Communication Disorders

The Welch-Schmidt Center for Communication Disorders provides graduate students with hands-on experience, utilizing advanced technology in the diagnosis and treatment of speech, language, voice, swallowing, and hearing disorders. Martin 34, 660-543-4993, 

 

SAFE Team

 Student Assistant Foot Patrol and Escort (SAFE) Team members are part-time, uniformed, student employees who patrol the campus on foot at night to help deter crime and provide walking escorts to and from buildings and parking area for students, faculty, staff, and visitors. Public Safety, 660-543-4123, 

Sodexo-Food Sensitivities

Sodexo uses a team approach involving the student to prepare for a safe school year free of allergic reactions and ensure the dining experience is safe, delicious, and social. If you have a food allergy or special diet concern, please call or send a note using the feedback form. Ellis L4, 660-543-4012,

Contact

Office of Accessibility Services
Elloitt Union 224
Warrensburg, MO 64093
Tel: (660) 543-4421
Fax: (660) 543-4724

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