UMKC is committed to becoming an exemplar of best practice in promoting a culture of respect and security. A significant piece of this commitment involves exploration of campus culture, particularly as it relates to the prevalence and reporting of incidents of sexual violence. The best way to get this information is to ask our students.
A random sample of our students have received an invitation to participate in the Student Climate Survey on Sexual Harassment & Gender-Based Violence. If you were on e of the students selected to participate, please take the time to respond to this important survey. The results of the survey will be used in summary form to help make the university as safe as possible by enhancing programs and services preventing and responding to sexual harassment and gender-based violence.
For more information on the survey, please go to http://umurl.us/titleIX.
If you need help or would like to learn more about resources, options and supportive action available to you at UMKC, please visit the UMKC Title IX website at http://info.umkc.edu/title9/.
Thank you for your attention to this important aspect of enhancing the culture of respect and safety at UMKC.
Whatever your goals are, UMKC Summer Session is a great way to meet them. Whether you’re looking to catch up, make sure you stay on track, or want to graduate in 4 years, UMKC Summer Session 2015 offers flexible scheduling, a variety of classes, online offerings, and in-state tuition for area Kansas students. Registration is now open for everyone.
Each year Summer Session allows students to complete course credits in over 50 academic areas within many UMKC schools:
• Bloch School of Management
• College of Arts and Sciences
• School of Biological Sciences
• School of Education
• School of Nursing and Health Studies
• School of Computing and Engineering
Check with your academic advisor about summer classes for you. For a full rundown of Summer Session 2015, including registration dates and course lists, visit www.umkc.edu/summer.
The third floor of UMKC Miller Nichols Library will be closed for construction starting the week of Spring Break, March 23-27. Math and science tutoring will still be hosted on the third floor; use the elevators near Miller Nichols Learning Center to best access tutoring.
Excuse the noise during the construction, which will last through the summer. Additional study areas are on the ground, first and second floors. The fourth floor is the quiet floor. Earplugs and headphones are available at the ground and first floor service desks.
For more information, please contact the administrative office at 816-235-1531 or UMKC Libraries online.
The AIDS Walk Kansas City 2015 will be held on Saturday, April 25 at Theis Park. The walk is 3.4 miles and will take approximately 2.5 hours. Registration opens at 8 a.m.; the program with music and fun begins at 9; and the walk starts at 10 a.m.
UMKC is partnering with the AIDS Walk – this year in an even bigger way. The planning committee has adapted the route so that approximately one third of the walk will be on campus. The route will hit our campus at the intersection of Volker and Rockhill, travel south on Cherry St. to 52nd St., over to Oak St. and 52nd St., and then north up to Theis Park. The entire walk will take place on sidewalks, and no streets will be closed.
More than 3,500 walkers are expected to participate in the free event. There is no charge to walk.
Theis Park is located at the intersection of Emanuel Cleaver II Blvd. and Oak St., east of the Plaza and south of the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art.
If you are interested in serving as a volunteer along the UMKC route to provide direction and support, visit the SignUpGenius at UMKC Walk.
For additional details about the walk, visit the AIDS Walk Kansas City website.
UMKC Career Services, UMKC School of Nursing & Health Studies, Student Nurses Association and Bachelor of Health Sciences Society are sponsoring UMKC’s first Health Careers Fair on Tuesday, March 17, 2015, 10am-2pm in Pierson Auditorium (Atterbury Student Success Center).
You can find more information on our website including a list of employers and graduate/professional schools who are registered to attend- http://career.umkc.edu/event/health-careers-fair-2/.
Add this event to your calendar by clicking here.
Each year, the UMKC International Student Ambassadors host one of the most highly anticipated events of the season–Culture Night 2015 will be held on Friday, March 13th at the Student Union, starting at 5:30pm.
The annual celebration of cultural diversity at UMKC includes ethnic food, fashion, and talent show!
Stop by and bring your family and friends for this fabulous international student showcase!