Faculty & Staff
- Class Scheduling
- Room Scheduling
- Educational Assistance (Fee Waivers)
- Curriculum Management
If a student wants to enroll in a course that conflicts with another course:
- The student may submit to the Office of the University Registrar email from the instructor(s) of the overlapping course(s) verifying that it is acceptable for the student to enroll in the course(s).
- The student must see his or her adviser to fill out a Late Changes to Registration form, which should be submitted with the email to the Office of the University Registrar, Registration Department.
Dropping for Non-Attendance
- Attendance policies must be published on a course syllabus and/or in the notes section of the myZou system so that students are aware of each instructor's attendance policy for each course.
- If an instructor wishes to drop a student for non-attendance, the department may submit an email request from the appropriate associate dean or assistant dean to firstname.lastname@example.org, requesting to drop the student for non-attendance.
- Lists of students who are to be dismissed and whose enrollments are to be canceled due to their academic status may be submitted by email, embedded or as attachments, from the appropriate dean, associate dean or assistant dean to the Office of the University Registrar.
Requests to Change Class Start Times After Students Have Enrolled
- Requests approved by the department chair and appropriate assistant dean or associate dean may be submitted by email.
- Proof of student consent to the change must be provided to the Office of the University Registrar-Scheduling. (Student ID numbers should not be used if the roster is circulated in class.)
- The email must be sent from the appropriate dean to the Office of the University Registrar, along with student approvals, at email@example.com.
The department must notify actively the enrolled students of the change.
- A request for the use of a centrally scheduled classroom or computing site must be submitted online.
- You must have a valid university single sign on (SSO).
- Requests must be made at least 48 hours in advance.
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org for help.
- grades and grading policies
- grading system
- grade appeals
- grade distribution
- policies for student non-attendance (Faculty Council, Article VII, 2A, 6 and 2B)
Visit the myZou Training Center for tutorials on topics including
- entering, approving and correcting grades
- scheduling courses and sections
- viewing class rosters
- running reports
- working with overrides
- Security Request Form
- Security Request Form Instructions
- Agreement by Student Employee for Confidential Information
Educational Assistance (Fee Waivers)
- Educational assistance policy (for MU employees who wish to take classes)
- Tuition reduction for spouses and dependents policy and Q&As
Course Inventory Management (CIM Courses)
Log into the Course Information Management system to submit a proposal for a new course or for an edit to an existing course.
Deadlines for new/edited course form:
- Dec. 10 for next summer or fall term
- June 15 for the next spring term
The Undergraduate Curriculum Committee reserves the right to limit its' review to course proposals or edits available in the Course Inventory Management program at least 24 hours prior to the scheduled meeting time. Recurring meeting pattern is the third Friday of every month beginning at 1pm.
If you have questions about CIM Courses, contact email@example.com.
CIM Term (Honors & Writing Intensive Course Approvals)
Log into the CIM Term to manage term approvals for Honors and Writing Intensive Courses.
- The Campus Writing Program must have proposals submitted no later than one week prior to the start of the term.
- The Honors College must have proposals submitted by the following dates preceding early registration for the term: Fall or Summer = February 1, Spring = October 1.
Undergraduate Topics Courses
- Print and complete the Proposed Undergraduate Topics Course Offering form to propose an undergraduate course (numbered 1–4999).
- Undergraduate topics courses are intended for one-time special offerings or as opportunities to experiment with new courses prior their approval as permanent courses.
- Topics titles may be offered for only two semesters. After two semesters, you must submit a Course Proposal using the CIM Courses system.
- Topic titles must be in place in myZou on the course by the last day a student can register for a term.
Graduate Topics Courses
- No form is required for graduate topics courses.
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org to submit specific topic titles.
- If the course is cross-level (4000/7000), you must complete a Proposed Undergraduate Topics Course Offering form for the undergraduate portion.
- Topic Titles must be in place in myZou on the course by the last day a student can register for a term.
- The University Catalog, catalog.missouri.edu, contains information for undergraduate and graduate students as well as Law and Vet Med students.
- Designated editors for catalog pages may access and update information at nextcatalog.missouri.edu.
- Catalog help:
Questions? Contact email@example.com