Many resources are available on campus besides Counseling Services that may provide services you can access for various issues.
The UMKC HelpLine focuses on problem-solving to assist students, faculty and staff with campus policies and procedures, information within the University and general questions in a neutral, confidential and professional manner.
UMKC Central is a one-stop service location for students to get answers to questions about Admissions, Cashiers and Collections, Financial Aid and Scholarships and Registration and Records.
Students can access tutoring and other types of academic support at Academic Support and Mentoring, including Supplemental Instruction (SI) and math tutoring.
Career Services helps students successfully develop, evaluate and initiate career planning and professional development. Services available include resume help, practice interviews and assistance finding internships, among others.
Student Disability Services partners with university faculty, and staff to ensure that students with disabilities have equal access to all that the university has to offer. Services include but are not limited to testing accommodations, housing accommodations and peer notetakers.
UMKC is committed to ensuring our campus is inclusive and affirming of all gender and sexual identities. We demonstrate this commitment through policies, programs and opportunities for LGBTQIA+ students, including the Rainbow Room – a safe space for LGBTQIA students – and scholarships.
International Student Affairs helps international students through the recruitment process and beyond. They are available to answer any questions international students have about navigating paperwork processes, United States culture or anything else.
Multicultural Student Affairs creates diverse programming and addresses academic and social needs in an effort to provide an inclusive campus environment that supports students of color.
Residential Life provides on-campus housing for all students, as well as programming and leadership opportunities for students. If you live on campus, your Resident Assistant (RA) can often be someone you go to with any problems or concerns you have.
Student Health & Wellness evaluates and treats acute illnesses and stable chronic illnesses. Student Health is staffed by Nurse Practitioners (NPs) and Registered Nurses (RNs) with regular physician consultation. In the event that a student’s health care needs cannot be met at Student Health, staff will assist the student in finding the appropriate health resources.
The Office of Student Involvement offers a variety of student programming, support for student organizations, including Fraternity and Sorority Life and advising for the Student Government Association. This office is a great place to start when trying to find ways to get involved with campus life.
The Women’s Center provides services for all students, regardless of gender, and specializes in services for students presenting as female. Services include healing arts programming, providing a safe space for women to gather and programming around gender-based violence and issues.
The Title IX Office upholds the Education Amendments of 1972 by protecting the UMKC campus community from discrimination on the basis of sex in educational programs or activities which receive federal financial assistance. Students or staff who have experienced any form of sexual discrimination, harassment, and/or misconduct are encouraged to report the incident, with an option to do so virtually from the website.
The RISE Program offers services including crisis intervention and advocacy for survivors/victims of sexual violence, relationship abuse, and stalking, as well as offering training and other programs to prevent gender-based violence, sexual violence, stalking, and relationship abuse at UMKC.
The Financial Wellness Center empowers students to take control of their personal finances and achieve their goals. Through free, one-on-one financial coaching, workshops and digital resources, we can help you navigate a wide range of financial topics, including how to pay for college, file the FAFSA, learn to budget and manage credit and debt.