Below is an overview of changes to Citizenship@Mizzou in fall 2018. If you have questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
To complete Citizenship@Mizzou, incoming undergraduate students (freshmen and transfer) will have to attend:
- Intro to Citizenship@Mizzou in the fall semester
- A “Citizenship-Approved Sessions” in the fall semester
Intro to Citizenship@Mizzou (Part 1)
New undergraduate students will attend a one-hour Intro to Citizenship@Mizzou in their pre-assigned Welcome Groups during Welcome Week (Aug. 15-19). All incoming transfer and freshmen students will receive an email and additional material explaining Welcome Week, Welcome Groups, and the Citizenship requirements. Make-up sessions will go into September for any student who cannot attend Intro to Citizenship during Welcome Week. You can find a list of all the sessions on OrgSync.
Fall Citizenship-Approved Sessions (Part 2)
A series of 50+ speakers, workshops, and events available in the fall 2018 semester on various topics like active citizenship, controversy with civility, implicit bias, and allyship. All incoming undergraduate and transfer students must attend one “Citizenship-Approved Session” and “Intro to Citizenship@Mizzou” before their hold will be lifted for the spring semester. All sessions will be listed on OrgSync and many require an RSVP in advance. The full list of options is available on OrgSync.
To have a hold released for the spring 2019 semester, a student must attend the hour long Intro to Citizenship@Mizzou and a Citizenship-Approved Session in the Fall. For questions, please email email@example.com.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I sign up for a session?
Simply go to OrgSync, click on the session you want, and click “yes” under “Will you be attending?”
I’m an online only student, do I still need to do Citizenship?
No. Distance students are not required to do Citizenship. If you are an online-only student and have a hold, email firstname.lastname@example.org with your student number. Note: we will check to make sure you are an online only student before removing the hold.
Can I do Part 2 before Part 1?
Yes. We prefer you do Part 1 first if possible, but if not, that’s OK.
I got an email saying I didn’t complete Citizenship and still have a hold, but I went to my session already.
Citizenship is two parts. You must complete both Part 1 and Part 2 to have the hold removed.
Is the hold automatically removed or do I need to do something else?
The hold is automatically removed after you attend both parts of Citizenship@Mizzou. Holds will be removed weekly until October/March or where they will be removed no later than two business days after each event.
Where do I find a list of Part 1 make-up sessions?
They can all be found on OrgSync.
Where do I find a list of Part 2 sessions?
They can also be found on OrgSync.
I attended both Part 1 and Part 2, but the hold is still on my account. What do I do?
Please give us time to process the information with those who can remove your hold. If it has been longer than a week, email email@example.com and we will get it worked out.
I signed up for a Citizenship session, but my schedule changed. What do I do?
Simply go back to the one you signed up for and change your RSVP to a “no” then select a different session.
Who do I talk to if I have questions?