When the citizens of Normandy passed a bond allowing Normandy School District officials to purchase the Bellerive Country Club for $600,000 in 1957 for a community college site, the plan was locally criticized as a "speculative venture."
UMSL’s fundamental purpose is to educate and graduate diverse students as they seek different and better lives. Our academic programs emphasize student growth through research, internship opportunities, and one-on-one attention. Our award-winning faculty propels many of our academic programs to be ranked among the best in the nation. We invite you to join our community of UMSL Tritons! Explore our academic reach below.
The Office of Research and Economic & Community Development provides leadership and support in the design, execution and operation of programs in sponsored research, technology commercialization and regional engagement and development at the University of Missouri-St. Louis.
The Department of Human Resources will continue to provide and convey visible support to the University of Missouri-St. Louis' management and staff in achieving the defined goals of academic development, lifelong learning, educational outreach, community diversity, partnering and growth by building on a solid foundation of core values, practices and resources designed to ensure a positive, productive relationship between the university and its employees.
In order to help protect patrons and staff, The Thomas Jefferson Library Building, along with the rest of the buildings at UMSL are operating under an occupancy restriction of 25% of each building's capacity.
Health Services is staffed by qualified and accredited medical personnel, with oversight from two local specialty physicians. We're dedicated to making a difference in the lives of students by providing quality care, exceptional service, and education about healthy lifestyle choices.
This campus has numerous educational opportunities, developmental programs, and support services which complement your academic success and experience. Residential Life and Housing would like to be a part of that experience and invite you to visit and explore the many benefits of living on campus. Our office offers three on campus living options for your convenience!
From leadership, to cultural, to just plain fun, Recognized Student Organizations (RSOs) at UMSL make it easy to get involved. Students who join RSOs make new friends, learn new skills, and perform better in classes. Plus with over 100 student orgs on campus there's something for everyone!
The University of Missouri-St. Louis is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. As part of maintaining accreditation, UMSL’s programs and processes are periodically reviewed to ensure institutional quality and integrity.
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