At-Home Holiday Resources for Children

Need a fun afternoon activity for children during the upcoming winter break or still looking for that last stocking stuffer idea? Check out these fun UMKC resources.


UMKC’s new Innovation Studio is housed within the recently opened Robert W. Plaster Free Enterprise and Research Center, the newest addition to the UMKC School of Computing and Engineering.

International Student Affairs Office Sponsors Holiday Toy Drive

Community Members are invited to join UMKC students in collecting toys for patients at Children’s Mercy.

Community Invited to Donate to UMKC Professional Wardrobe Closet

Business attire items will be available to all UMKC students to use for career fairs, interviews, internships, etc. Students may select up to five items for their use to keep.

UMKC Center for Neighborhoods releases study on small apartment buildings for the City of Kansas City, Missouri

The UMKC Center for Neighborhoods has released a study of small apartments in the Central City Economic Development (CCED) area, including parts of 18 neighborhoods in KCMO.

UMKC Law School Works To Slow Tide of KC Evictions

A recent report from KCUR indicates the dire situation many Kansas City renters are currently facing.

Dentistry Students and Faculty Provide Screenings to Elementary Students

School of Dentistry, TeamSmile, United Way and Chiefs make a great team as they provide dental care to over 200 elementary students.

UMKC Helps Fix Kansas City Sidewalks

Since voters agreed on funding a General Obligation bond, the city has started a 20 year, $150 million project to repair Kansas City sidewalks. Pilot programs are being launched to find new ways of creating more efficient sidewalks, including the help of UMKC students.

Nonprofit Navigation Series: What Does it Mean to Authentically Represent Your Mission?

MCNL’s Navigation Series creates an interactive virtual community to learn and share the ideas nonprofits need to be successful.

UMKC Med Student Vaccinates Underserved Kansas Citizens

A six-year M.D. program provides an opportunity to learn while serving the community.