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The Emergency Information Center for the Stephens College Community 

Welcome to the Stephens College Emergency Information site, which provides up-to-date information about campus alerts during emergencies or unfavorable weather situations. In the event of an emergency, this space will be used to provide timely information to the Stephens community. It will be updated regularly as new information becomes available. 




Alert System

In addition to posting information on this site, we will also release emergency information via the Stephens Alert System (via Rave). Sign up to receive emergency communications via text and email. These alerts and this site are your sources for the most up-to-date information about emergency or similar situations on campus. 

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Additional Information

You'll find below additional information for Students, Parents and Campus that you may find helpful. 


Please know that your safety is always our top priority. Plans are always in place to handle inclement weather and you will be notified of critical information as it becomes available. In the event of an emergency, please contact your parents to assure them that you are safe.

Health Information 

The University of Missouri has been experiencing an outbreak of mumps. Learn about symptoms and precautions to take.

Stephens Health Care Plan and Boone Medical Group 

Counseling Services

Safety and Success Blog


Safety is a top priority at Stephens College. We encourage you to develop a communication plan with your students in advance. 

Limited healthcare services are provided to students by Boone Medical Group

Counseling Services are also available. 


Campus Security 

Campus Map 

Media and Info Outlets 


  • KFRU (AM 1400)- Our primary media outlet for essential information 
  • KBIA (FM 91.3)




Previous Updates and Announcements

Posted Sept. 15, 2017 - From Campus Safety & Security: Stephens College and the University of Missouri have seen a recent increase in thefts from parked vehiclesl. Please continue to be diligent with locking your vehicle and removing all valuables. Please report all suspicious individuals loitering on or near our parking lots. 

Posted August 15, 2017: August 21 is a class day on the academic calendar. Stephens offices will be closed from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. so that all Stephens College faculty, staff and students can enjoy the Eclipse Celebration on Stephens Historic Quad and the lawn of the President’s Home. Parking info: Beginning on August 18 at 6 p.m., all campus parking lots will be coned off and remained closed to non-Stephens College community members through Monday August 21. Only staff, faculty and students will be allowed to park in our campus lots. All trespassing vehicles will be booted and if necessary towed at the owner's expense. It is very important if you plan on parking on campus between August 18-21 that your Stephens College parking hang tag is visible. If you your hang tag is not visible, you run the risk of having your vehicle towed from campus.

Posted May 2, 2017: On May 2, 2017, at approximately 5 p.m. an unidentified male individual entered Stamper Commons and was observed leaving the Student Development office in possession of a stolen purse. The suspect of the theft is described as a bearded African American male, wearing a black shirt and dark pants. The suspect was last seen walking southbound on Willis Avenue in possession of the stolen purse. At approximately 7:30 p.m. the University of Missouri Police Department recovered a cell phone, which was stolen along with the purse. The phone was recovered on the University of Missouri campus near Stankowski Field.

Posted March 15, 2017: A fire occurred on the third floor of Tower Hall at approximately 2:20 p.m. on March 15, 2017, with a suspected cause of the heater motor. All students are safely back in the building. Smoke damage was sustained to the room and adjoining room, but no fire damage resulted.

Posted Feb. 20, 2017: On Feb. 27, Stephens faculty and staff are invited to attend an Emergency Action Planning program. The presentation will be held in Charters Auditorium starting at 3 p.m. and will last approximately one hour. The presentation will cover our current individual Emergency Action building plans and will discuss our future campus plans. On March 10, an Active Shooter program will be held at 3 p.m. in Charters Auditorium. It should run approximately an hour and a half.

Posted Jan. 15, 2017: The Stephens campus is open on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.  In lieu of regularly scheduled classes, all employees and students are required to participate in an all-campus celebration in Dr. King’s honor. Read about it here. Thanks to everyone who helped ensure the safety of our Stephens community during the recent weather concerns. See you all Monday at our MLK Jr. Day celebrations. 

Posted Jan. 14, 2017: Due to the pending icy road conditions Stephens security will not be running Jan. 14.The next Walmart shuttle is scheduled for January 21.

Posted Jan. 12, 2017: In light of the National Weather Service’s forecast of freezing rain beginning tomorrow afternoon and continuing throughout the weekend, the Stephens College campus will be closed on Friday, Jan. 13. Employees whose function on campus is essential to the safety and security of our students will report for work. Regular operations will resume on Monday, Jan. 16.   

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