The MSA/GPC Box Office is a full service Ticketmaster outlet that sells for all Ticketmaster venues across the Midwest., including MSA ticketed events on campus, the Blue Note, and Rose Music Hall. The Box Office can also sell tickets for university student organizations, university departments and outside promoters. The Box Office is located on the first level of the MU Student Center west of the food court. Business hours are 9 a.m.- 5 p.m.
Arts & Media
The MSA/GPC Department of Student Activities (DSA) provides the campus with a wide array of entertainment programs including concerts, comedy shows, movies, novelty events, lectures, cultural opportunities, and educational programs. DSA consists of six committees, each of which is focused on bringing a diverse group of events to campus: Black Programming, College Music, Films, International Programming, Speakers, and Special Events.
The Craft Studio is an art space that provides the environment, tools and instruction to enable students to create personal or class projects and meet other crafters. Members may use the Craft Studio to work on projects during regular business hours (rooms are unavailable when a class is in session). Crafternoons are free for MU students and designed to get your feet wet with a little crafting at the end of the week.
All members of Film Crew are paid student employees that are majoring in communications, journalism or other media-related fields. Each member of Film Crew has at least two years of video experience and goes through additional training to better prepare them. Whether you just want a professional video product or wish to be involved in the process and learn a bit about planning, filming and editing, Film Crew is the right group for you.
Join Mizzou’s only LGBTQ talk radio show on Tuesdays from noon–1 p.m. Come into the LGBTQ Resource Center for a listen party, or take in the show on KCOU 88.1 FM or online at kcou.fm from the comfort of your own home.
KCOU 88.1 FM is a non-commercial station run entirely by University of Missouri students. The station serves as an outlet for the newest in music from numerous genres, the latest in campus/community news, Mizzou sports, programs devoted to many different forms of music otherwise ignored by most commercial radio stations in the Midwest. Any current Mizzou student can apply to join the staff, and after successful completion of our training program one has the opportunity to begin broadcasting almost immediately.
The KCOU Recording Studio is a Missouri Student Association auxiliary whose primary focus is to provide an affordable and professional atmosphere for students to record. Any aspiring musicians, rappers, bands, choirs, recording artists, actors and more attending the University of Missouri are welcome to schedule an appointment with any of our experienced recording engineers.
Mizzou After Dark provides fun and safe alcohol-free events for students late at night. You can participate and/or you can seek out some of the program’s student event-planning roles.
MSA/GPC Tech provides staging, lighting, sound, projection and more to support Mizzou events. All MU departments, organizations, groups and individuals may utilize these services. MSA/GPC Tech employs MU students who want to gain valuable event production experience.
Mizzou’s only student-run television station on campus. MUTV airs 23News, 23Sports, E23, Tailgaters, TriplePlay, Good Morning Mizzou, and MU Improv on channel 23-1 and channel 23-2 MUTV students produce seven shows each week.
The Student Design Center provides graphic design services for MSA/GPC, ORG-recognized student organizations, and the Department of Student Life. The SDC is staffed by students experienced in graphic design and journalism.
The student voice of MU since 1955, The Maneater publishes a weekly newspaper on Wednesdays and daily updates online during the fall and spring academic semesters. The staff is made up entirely of students, editorially independent from the university, School of Journalism, student government or any other campus entity.