Title IX Office
Title IX Coordinator
The Title IX Office is responsible for overseeing all Title IX issues and providing support to Complainants and Respondents.
Free and confidential counseling services for students. Students are requested to call to schedule an Intake as the point of entry to the Counseling Center (CC). The CC also has a full time, licensed counselor who specializes in substance abuse. Crisis appointments will be handled by seeing students in crisis the same day they call. Ideally they will be scheduled during one of the available crisis openings on the calendar each day.
Taylor Health and Wellness Center
Taylor Health and Wellness Center is the medical home for Missouri State University. It offers confidential health and wellness services, follow-up care, sexually transmitted infection and disease screening and testing as well as a fully stocked pharmacy with over the counter medications.
Bearisters: Free Legal Advice
Missouri State University offers an opportunity for currently enrolled students seeking personal legal advice to meet with a local attorney free of charge. The attorney schedule is: Mondays beginning at 3:00 pm, Wednesdays beginning at 8:00 am, and Thursdays beginning at 3:00 pm. The appointments must be scheduled the day before the appointment by 2:00 pm. by calling the Dean of Students Office at 417-836-5527 (or stopping by to sign up). Please bring your student ID and come to PSU 405 on the day of your scheduled appointment. All appointments must be scheduled in advance.
Maintaining your immigration status is very important for international students. It is your responsibility to learn and understand how to maintain your immigration status and the results of violating that status. If you fail to maintain your immigration status, you will be considered "out of status."
Visit the International Services website for more immigration information.
Financial Aid Services
Gender Neutral Bathroom Locations
Administrative Services provides a list with all of the single use restrooms on campus.
Gender Pronoun Guide
Some people don’t feel that traditional gender pronouns (she/her, he/him) fit their gender identities. Transgender, genderqueer and other gender-variant people may wish to use different pronouns. This guide is a starting point for using pronouns respectfully.