Mizzou Ed alumni are over 45,000 strong.

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College of Education graduates power knowledge all over the world as teachers, administrators, counselors, researchers, policymakers, librarians, curriculum specialists and other professionals.

The College of Education’s alumni group is the second-largest among all colleges and schools at Mizzou.

Alumni and donor giving represents an important vote of confidence in the college. With your support, we can continue to offer high-quality academic programs, engage in innovative research that advances education around the world, and offer scholarships to help students realize their dreams of earning a college degree.

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Partners Advancing Education Series

The Partners Advancing Education series was established in 2019 by MU College of Education alumna Jolene Marra Schulz to support programming critical to the success of students and alumni in the classroom. This series addresses the challenges of pandemic and post-pandemic education by connecting the discoveries of Mizzou Ed faculty researchers directly to educators. Learn more.


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Notable alumni

  • Kate Capshaw, BS Ed ’75, M Ed ’77, is an actress best known for her role in the film Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom and for her marriage to film director Steven Spielberg.
  • Sheryl Crow, BS Ed ’84, is an American blues rock singer, guitarist, bassist and songwriter who has garnered nine Grammy Awards. Crow received her degree from the college in secondary education with an emphasis in music education.
  • Norm Stewart, BS Ed ’56, M Ed ’60, is best known for his basketball coaching career at Mizzou from 1967 to 1999. He retired with an overall record of 731-375 in 38 seasons. The court at Mizzou Arena (and previously at MU’s Hearnes Center) is named in his honor.