University of Missouri
Show Me Respect: Promoting Civility at the University of Missouri

Let's make the University of Missouri even better.

Civility means consistently treating people with consideration and respect, valuing the culture and humanity of others. Show Me Respect is our effort to create a culture of civility at the University of Missouri. Just as each student, staff member, and faculty member makes a unique contribution to the university community, so we ask that each of us contribute to the culture of civility. Find out what you can do in your area to make the University a better place for everyone to work and learn.


Online Learning Resource:
Civility, You and Mizzou

Figure standing on scale representing increased civility and decreased incivility

This free, 15-20 minute online learning module is designed to provoke thought, provide information and tools, and generate some discussion about building a culture of civility in our individual units/departments as well as campus-wide. You will be issued a printable certificate upon completion of the brief survey at the end. Get started now.

Also check out our "Civility: You and Me" online module designed specifically for those working in health care settings. (MU SSO/Pawprint required)