Course Resources

Support & Academic Policies

Each section on this page includes information and links to support resources and policies for Mizzou courses. Click a topic for specific information on support resources and policies for Mizzou courses.

Mizzou Tech Support

These links cover help and documentation for Mizzou-supported systems and applications. If your technology does not appear, please check with your instructor.


Live Chat (need link)


Online Documentation
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Cengage MindTap, Unlimited

Online Documentation
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Macmillan Launchpad

Online Documentation
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McGraw-Hill Connect & Create/LearnSmart

Online Documentation
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Pearson MyLabs & Mastering

Online Documentation
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VitalSource Bookshelf

Online Documentation
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Online Documentation
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W. W. Norton

Online Documentation
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Online Documentation (For the quickest service during an assessment use the Chat function within your SmarterProctoring exam.)

Learning Resources

Mizzou is committed to supporting and guiding you to reach both your academic and personal goals. We encourage you to take advantage of the many resources and services available to you as a student. All services, including tutoring and writing services, are available free of charge to Mizzou students regardless of your financial aid or admissions status.

If English is not your first language, the Center for English Language Learning, or CELL, can help you develop your English language skills and broaden your understanding of academic and American culture in a casual and fun way.

Center for English Language Learning Website 

The Learning Center offers tutoring, writing, and time management services. Their services are free to all students and your use is kept confidential.

MU Learning Center Website 

MU has contracted with NetTutor to provide online tutoring to MU students free of charge. The tutors are trained to not just provide answers but help you understand how to work through problems.

NetTutor Website 

Whether online or on-campus, the Writing Center can help you improve your writing skills. Virtual assistance is available. All services are free and kept confidential.

MU Writing Center Website 

In addition to the writing assistance offered through the Learning Center, students enrolled in a Writing Intensive, or WI, course also have access to a WITS tutor who is familiar with the course’s specific assignment and requirements.

Writing Intensive Tutorial Services Website 

MU Policies & Expectations

The policies set by Faculty Council Academic Affairs apply to all courses regardless of what statements are in your course syllabus.

See the most recent MU Syllabus Information here.

However, there may be additional policies specific to the class you are taking or the academic unit or college that is offering the course. When in doubt about policies and expectations, contact your instructor.

Other Student Resources

Mizzou has many more resources available to help you succeed, including Financial Aid, the Missouri Student Association, and academic advising. Find links to these and other valuable resources at Mizzou’s page for current students.