The Learning Diagnostic Clinic (LDC) - The LDC works with student who have learning or psychological disabilities. The LDC also offers evaluation services for learning and psychological disabilities.
Access Technology Center - The Access Technology Center provides a wide range of assistive technology and adaptive computer technology services to qualified Missouri State University students. The ATC is also the location for out-of-class testing through the DRC.
TRIO - TRIO helps qualified students with services such as tutoring, academic advising, and study skills.
Office for Institutional Equity and Compliance - The Office for Institutional Equity and Compliance is a system-wide department charged with monitoring the University’s compliance with federal, state and institutional policy guidelines that promote a non-discriminatory and harassment-free environment. This includes investigating complaints of discrimination or harassment, making policy recommendations, advising units about hiring policies and processes, offering mandated training within the University community, ensuring educational and/or workplace support services for persons with disabilities, and monitoring compliance with the University's affirmative action initiatives.
Bear CLAW (Center for Learning and Writing) - The Bear CLAW is a new interactive space on the first floor of Meyer Library that unites the resources and expertise of the faculty, library personnel, computer and information technology, the Writing Center, subject-area tutoring, and supplemental instruction in an environment that fosters informal, collaborative work, and social interaction.
The Career Center - The mission of the Career Center is to provide professional assistance and intervention to Missouri State students and alumni through the use of career counseling, internship and full-time job searches, and vocational and educational information, so they may make insightful career decisions.
Counseling and Testing Center - The primary goal of the Counseling and Testing Center is to promote students' development and psychological well-being. Services are provided for individuals with personal-social concerns and life-planning issues. Experienced professional counselors, psychologists, social workers, and graduate students assist clients in resolving conflicts which may interfere with their progress at the University.
Dean of Students Office - The primary role of the Dean of Students Office is to assist students in accomplishing personal and educational goals. This includes helping remove barriers that might make those goals more difficult to reach. Please contact us if you are confronted by an issue or concern, or if you have a question about how to enhance your education.
Transportation - Missouri State provides shuttle services on campus. All shuttles are equipped with wheelchair lifts. Detailed information regarding the shuttle service is available from the Department of Safety and Transportation.