The RSVP Center is here for you!

The RSVP Center is a Mizzou-supported agency focused on working with people experiencing intimate partner violence. We do this by providing brief emotional support, case management services, legal and medical advocacy, and preventative educational services. If you are experiencing violence and want to utilize our services, you can expect to meet with an advocate – a trained expert. The advocate will support you in debriefing, processing, and providing all information necessary to ensure that you are able to make the best decision for yourself moving forward. The advocate will never force you into a decision or steer you in a specific direction – we want to help you reclaim control, autonomy, and safety in your life. Have more questions? Contact us! 

The Center is open from 8 a.m.-4 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Appointments with our advocate are preferred and can be made via MU Connect ahead of time; we hold appointments in person and virtually. If in crisis, we ask that people call before coming into the space to check advocate availability, crisis services available until 3 p.m.

Feel free to email us at or call us at (573) 882-6638 for questions.

Mizzou Intimate Partner Violence Awareness Month!

Did you know that October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month?
Around here at Mizzou, we like to call it Intimate Partner Violence Awareness Month, though, since IPV captures a little bit more of the college experience.

Check out our IVP Awareness Month Events!

RSVP Peer Education

The RSVP Peer Educators are a group of students passionate about ending intimate partner violence, sexual violence, and stalking on our campus. They accomplish this through peer education by delivering presentations and facilitation to classes, student organizations, and chapters.

Learn More about RSVP Peer Education