Committed to providing innovative, educational, cultural, and social programming to achieve a more united campus environment
The Student Unions Programming Board (SUPB) is designed to bring enthusiasm, energy and learning into the Missouri Student Unions. The Missouri Student Unions are composed of the Memorial Student Union and the MU Student Center. SUPB provides a learning environment for students who want to work within a smaller organization on campus. Students get experiences in leadership, event organization, contracts, negotiation, running meetings and collaboration. SUPB is a wonderful way to meet new friends, develop leadership skills, and make a positive impact on the MU campus and community.
SUPB uses an application process to match motivated students with committees that would best reflect their event-planning interests, professional goals, and the talents they bring with them. Applications are accepted throughout the year, feel free to stop by a meeting or e-mail us to learn about committees and involvement opportunities. We hope you come see for yourself what SUPB is all about.Download an application here.
We meet Wednesdays at 5:00 p.m in the Eyler Room - S110, in Memorial Student Union. Anyone is welcome to come!
7th Annual Stache Dash 5K
Please join SUPB on Sunday, November 12th at the 7th Annual Stache Dash 5K. Stache Dash will begin at 10:00 a.m. with check-in starting at 9:00 a.m. in front of Memorial Union. ‘Stache Dash benefits Ellis Fischel Cancer Center and prostate cancer research. This free 5K is open to MU students, faculty, staff and the Columbia community. Cash donations accepted for Ellis Fischel Research Center and prostate cancer research. Click here to register.
Every year the Student Unions Programming Board requests nomination for our Unsung Heroes awards banquet. This undergraduate honorary program acknowledges the selfless acts of initiative and commitment performed by individuals on the MU campus. These outstanding students will be recognized based upon the following criteria: Dedication, Integrity, Initiative, Hard work, Creativity, Perseverance and Character. If you know of any students that should be nominated please complete the nomination form and email it to SUPB@missouri.edu.
The first annual Tiger Talks (similar to TED Talks) invites students to speak at our event on April 11 from 7-9 p.m. in The Shack.
The theme is "Ripples." A single idea, action, person, word etc. can cause a huge effect. We selected the theme so that students can spark diverse conversations about civic engagement, their personal stories and more.
If you are interested in participating, fillout an application and email it to SUPB@missouri.edu.
The purpose of this committee is to implement both small and large-scale programs. This committee is expected to host activities taking advantage of gaming equipment (pool tables, shuffleboard, foosball, etc) that encourages face-to-face student interaction. This committee’s goal is to ensure that fun, engaging, and collaborative programs exist within the Unions. Events include; Mocktails and Masterpiece, Howl-o-ween, and much more.
The purpose of this committee is to implement programs that enhance the Mizzou experience with activities centered on service, diversity, current issues, culture, advocacy, and awareness. This committee will also be responsible for providing service programming within the Unions. This committee will host the annual Kemper Lecture Series. Events include National Plant a Flower Day, Earth Day, etc.
The purpose of this committee is to implement programs that have become signature events of campus and within the Unions. Events include Homecoming festivities, Veteran’s Day Wreath Laying Ceremony, Unsung Heroes, ‘Stache Dash, etc.
The purpose of this committee is to implement programs that bring spirit to the Unions. This committee is expected to partner with other campus organizations to provide events that bring fun, engagement, and Unions/Mizzou spirit to the Unions. Events include the Homecoming parade, Spirit Spins, Football Watch Parties, etc.