Read below for information on business-related services.
All inquiries about admission of domestic students to the University are directed to the Admissions Office; International students should contact International Student Affairs for all admissions questions.
Admissions Office services include:
- Undergraduate recruitment and admissions activities
- New student orientation programs
- Determination of residency for tuition purposes
- Referrals to other academic and support services, especially for those students who have not declared a major
Find out more about UMKC Admissions.
Find out more about International Student Affairs.
Banking: A local branch of U.S. Bank is located in the UMKC Student Union, room 212, and provides students and employees access to U.S. Bank's wide range of banking services including checking and savings accounts, loans, credit cards, mortgages, and investments. Branch hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 4:00pm.
Check cashing services: UMKC students and employees can cash personal checks made out to UMKC for up to $25 at the UMKC Cashiers and Collections Office in the Administrative Center. For more information, call the Cashiers at 235-1365.
ATMs are available at the following locations: Administrative Center 1st floor lobby (accepts Visa, MasterCard, and bank cards that belong to the Cirrrus, Bank/Mate and Plus systems); Oak Street Residence Hall Lobby (Bank of America); and the Student Union outside room 212 (U.S. Bank).
The UMKC Bookstores are wholly owned and operated auxiliaries of the University of Missouri. We operate the UMKC Bookstores to ensure that our students and faculty receive the best possible course materials, service and support. 100% of the revenue derived from the UMKC Bookstore operations are utilized to provide educational, social and recreational opportunities for UMKC students.
Bookstores are located at the Student Union and the Hospital Hill Campus, where students can find a wide array of educational materials, including textbooks, office supplies, reference materials, and UMKC items. Other services include: textbook reservations, textbook buy-backs, graduation fairs, RooTech technology packages, and convenient payment options.
Visit the Student Union Bookstore.
Visit the Health Sciences Bookstore.
UMKC's Mail Services delivers internal campus mail, courier, and US mail to all departments on campus as well as processes outgoing and bulk mail. There are 13 campus mail-boxes across campus for pick-up services.
Find out more about campus mail services.
All extensions within the University begin with 816-235-xxxx. When dialing an extension from a campus phone, only the last four digits need to be entered. Every building on campus contains at least one campus phone. There are no pay phones on campus.
The mission of UMKC's Career Services is to empower students and others to successfully develop, evaluate, and initiate career planning and professional development within a constantly changing work environment. Students may make an appointment with a career counselor to discuss your career interests and goals, review your resume and cover letter, conduct a mock interview, or job search assistance. Career Services hosts several employer fairs and workshops throughout the year and offers an on-line job and internship listing database called Roo Career Network.
Learn more about Career Services.
The Cashiers and Collections Office is responsible for the billing, collection, and deposit of all student fees. This includes student fees, housing, bookstore, and other special charges. The office also helps students with questions about the Missouri Taxpayer Tuition Scholarship as it relates to fees and to fee payment. Office Hours are Monday, Thursday, and Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Tuesday and Wednesday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Find out more about Cashiers and Collections, including policies and procedures.
The Central Ticket Office handles tickets for all UMKC events, including concerts, lectures, theatre programs, and sporting events. The office is open from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. Wednesday and Saturday hours vary. Always ask about special rates for UMKC students and student rush tickets.
Find out more about the Central Ticket Office.
The Financial Aid and Scholarships Office (FASO) have many options available to assist students, including scholarships, grants, loans, and work opportunities available to qualified students. Most programs require completion of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). It is important for students interested in financial aid apply as soon as possible: March 1 of the preceding academic year is the priority deadline.
FASO administers all UMKC-sponsored scholarship programs and coordinates the awarding of most academic unit scholarships. The office also functions as a resource center for many outside local, national and international scholarship opportunities. In addition, low-cost, short-term and emergency loans are available through FASO.
For more information on any of these programs, contact the Financial Aid and Scholarships Office at 235-1154 or stop by their office in room 101 of the Administrative Center. Their hours are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday, Thursday, and Friday, and 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday.
Learn more about Financial Aid and Scholarships.
The One Card Office provides campus IDs to faculty, students, staff and special programs on campus. UMKC One Cards can be used to attend UMKC sporting events, eat at dining service locations, make purchases at the Smart Market, check out materials at the campus library, charge books to your student account from the University Bookstore, enter secure campus buildings and residence halls, and get discounts at local and national merchants.
Learn more about your One Card.
The point of contact for Lost and Found on campus is the Student Union Welcome Desk. Items turned in are logged and placed in secure storage.
Additionally, individuals may contact the UMKC Police or individual offices to inquire whether their missing items have been turned in.
Students, faculty, and staff must purchase permits for parking on campus; short-term parking is available at metered lots. There is no free parking on campus, day or night. Information about parking regulations, permits, meters, tickets, and traffic regulations can be found on their website.
Learn more about the UMKC Parking Operations.
Pathway is the system of record for UMKC, providing real-time access to student records, financial aid, cashiering, and other functions. Students utilize Pathway to register for classes, view holds, accept financial aid awards, request transcripts, update contact information, and access QuickPay. In order to conduct business on-line, students must first provide e-consent, which is requested when a student first accesses Pathway.
Learn more about Pathway.
Document Solutions Center provides copying, binding, and other services to the campus community, including the ability to upload jobs from your desktop. Students will also use the Document Solutions Center to purchase a copy of the materials packet prior to taking the WEPT.
Learn more about Document Solutions Center.
The Registration and Records Office is responsible for maintaining student records, enforcing academic policies, evaluating transfer courses, scheduling classrooms, maintaining the Pathway student module, and processing student degrees.
Visit the Registration and Records Office.
Read through the Registration Quick Guide.
Get Pathway Help.
Individuals with speech or hearing impairments may contact the University by using Relay Missouri at 800-735-2966 (TT) or 800-735-2466 (voice).
All members of the UMKC community are encouraged to participate in the democratic process. Missouri residents who are US citizens and at least 18 are eligible to vote in Missouri.
Find out more about voting and voter registration.