News

  • New rules on the block

    Returning students were greeted with “Residents Only” signs throughout the Rockhill Crest neighborhood. These streets were previously a refuge for students dodging the cost of...

  • Parking pays

    This year, with a record enrollment of 13,511 students, there have been 6,877 student parking permits sold and 1,993 faculty/staff parking permits. Faculty pays $528...

  • Briefly Mentioned

    UMKC aims for world record The chance to make history is here for students at the Student Government Association Robot Dance. The robot dance is...

  • How to save a life

    The Community Blood Center held a blood drive at Swinney Recreation Center on Wednesday, Sept. 15. John Reyes, the collection supervisor, travels around with nurses...

  • Tips to Stay Safe

    Parking garages You should always be suspicious when going into a parking garage at night. Over the years, there have been many incidents in the...

  • Fast facts around campus

    With the start of a new academic year, the UMKC campus finds itself with more food and dining options. We’ve all heard about each of...

  • Campus history: Manheim Hall

    The first new building on campus, completed in 1935, opened as the Science Building. After 1942, the Chemistry and Biology Building opened, now the Fine...

  • Student organization: Kansas City Hillel

    UMKC has a new organization to add to its diverse list. KC Hillel is an affiliate of the KU Hillel in Lawrence, Kan. Its goal...

  • Police Blotter

    Sept. 10 8 a.m. Robbery A faculty member returned to find a digital hard-drive missing at the Health Sciences building. 6:11 p.m. Information There was...

  • UMKC sees a record number of freshman

    UMKC has seen the largest overall enrollment in its 77-year history. The number of students enrolled in undergraduate, graduate and professional programs reached more than...