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GOOD LUCK TO ALL WHO ENTERED REWRITING REALITIES!
Rewriting Realities entries are now closed. Over the next few weeks all entries will be read, viewed, and evaluated by our panel of judges. Keep an eye on your Mizzou student email for updates!
COME VISIT US!
We are located in 58 McReynolds Hall (see the star on the map at left!) on the corner of Elm and 6th. There is no need for an appointment!
M: 8:00am-2:55pm; 3:05pm-5pm
W: 8am-11:55pm; 12:05pm-5pm
F: 8:00am-1:40pm; 1:55am-5pm
You can also contact us via our web form, call us at (573)882-1117, or email multicultural.certificate.mizzou@gmail. com.
Welcome back to Mizzou!
Come stop by our office in 58 McReynolds this semester to learn more about earning the MCC to represent your multicultural academic achievements. Stay diverse!
OVER 800 STUDENTS!
This year over 800 Tigers graduated with the MCC! Wow! Way to go, Tigers!
CONGRATULATIONS ALLIE, DEB, AND SEQUOYAH!
These three wonderful writers have won this year's Rewriting Realities competition! Allie Woodlee has taken first place with "Seven Ways of Looking at The South," Deb De La Haye has taken second with "Self-assured," and Sequoyah Moore has taken third place with "brown skinn'd orphan." These three pieces are exemplary works of creative, expressive literature tackling the theme "How do you see reality?" Absolutely astonishing talent and conviction. Congratulations again, Allie, Deb, and Sequoyah. And thank you to all who submitted!
Mizzou and the Peace Corps have established a new partnership in order to prepare students to engage in global service and international development.
All students who graduate the program will earn a Multicultural Certificate through their studies and preparation.
Visit the Office of Service Learning's online scheduler to sign up for a Peace Corps Prep Workshop and academic advising.
Read more about the new program and its launch via The Missourian.