Below is a list of spaces at Mizzou, and there are also many student organizations focused on religion. Contact us to add your location to the list. The City of Columbia also maintains a list of places to worship in town.
- MU Student Center
Open study rooms on the second floor may be used by following the reservation policies. A minimum of two people for no more than two hours is required.
- Women’s Center
The Women’s Center counseling room may be used as prayer space.
- Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center
Open study rooms may be used and can be accessed from the computer lab. Students will need their student ID to swipe into the computer lab after hours.
- A.P. Green Chapel
Located on the east side of the Memorial Union south tower. It is opened from 7 a.m. to Midnight. Reservations can be made by student groups after 5 p.m.
- Ellis Library
The southeast corner of level one offers a secluded space. Signage requests respect for those engaged in meditation or prayer. Open rooms may be available during less busy times of the academic terms.
- St. Thomas Newman Center
Newman has a small chapel where all are welcome to pray from 8 a.m. through 10 p.m.
- Mizzou Hillel
Spaces are available to individuals Monday through Thursday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
- Residence Halls
Residential study rooms are available for residents and guests.
- MU Health Care Chapel
Located on the first floor of University Hospital, this space is open to all and offers connections with a chaplain, rabbi, priest or minister of your faith.