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Coronavirus update: chancellor praises pandemic response

UMKC reported 20 on-campus COVID-19 cases for the week of Oct. 4, down from 24 the previous week.

UMKC deliberates plans for 2020 fall semester

As the spring semester comes to an end, UMKC is gearing up to make a decision regarding the 2020 fall semester.

COVID-19’s impact on UMKC’s admissions process, budget

With COVID-19 spreading like wildfire, universities across the country are trying to find new ways to recruit students during quarantine. UMKC’s Office...

UMKC student tests positive for coronavirus

A UMKC student has tested positive for COVID-19, Chancellor Agrawal announced.  The student, who does not live on campus,...

Hindsight 2020: Will UMKC change its cover-up culture?

It has now been a year since Ashim Mitra, the former UMKC pharmacy professor who stands accused of abusing his students and...

Q&A with the Chancellor

Roos from across the globe have come bounding to campus for the start of the new semester. Some are just beginning on...

Agrawal aims high in inaugural State of the University Address

Autumnal change arrived in full force at UMKC, and not just in the brilliance of the trees on campus. Chancellor C. Mauli Agrawal gave his...

UMKC community meets, welcomes Chancellor-designate

Not many on-campus events draw a diverse crowd that includes student athletes, musicians, mascot Kasey Roo, faculty and community members. However, all of these people...

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