The University of Missouri, with its historic Red Campus and iconic Columns, together with the White Campus, anchored by Memorial Union, is a beautiful college setting. Support for capital projects and facility maintenance endowments are vital to the preservation of our important campus assets. New buildings signal growth and momentum, making our campus come alive and preparing us for the vital work of the future. By combining private support with state money, we will honor MU’s formidable architectural traditions while adapting to changing needs.
Construction of facilities is important for MU because capital improvements help attract stellar faculty and students. Recent examples of construction benefitting MU include the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute; the Christopher S. “Kit” Bond Life Sciences Building; the renovation of Gwynn, Tate, and Switzler halls; and the student-funded Student and Recreation centers.
Many of MU’s schools, colleges, and units have capital projects as part of their strategic priorities. These projects include:
- Center for Regenerative Orthopaedics
- Renovations to the College of Engineering
- Construction of a dedicated School of Music building
- New football complex at Memorial Stadium/Faurot Field
For more information on how you can make Mizzou an even more beautiful place to live and learn, contact us.