Test Your Mizzou IQ


Think you know your way around campus? Or do you know the history, traditions and pride points of the oldest public land-grant university west of the Mississippi? Put your skills to the test and try one of the two games below.

Alumni, students and Tiger fans with the correct answers are automatically entered into a random drawing of Top Tigers. Enter today and you'll have a chance to be the lucky Top Tiger selected to win a terrrrific prize!





Where Is That?
Try your luck at this monthly game for
Tigers who think they know the MU
campus like the back of their paws. 

Sure, everyone knows what the
Columns look like, but can you
guess where on the MU campus
the photo below is from?

Previous photos (and answers)
are posted on our
archives page. 
 
Enter your answer if you think you
know the location of the photo below.



This game runs through
June 1, 2016.
           

Prize for this game:
A $25 gift card to the
Tiger Team Store.
           


Tiger Tradition
Trivia
This is a monthly trivia game featuring questions about the university that only
true sons and daughters of Mizzou
might know.

Some questions will be hard; some
questions will be easy. But all of them
will be fun and informative regarding
Mizzou's 
history and heritage. 


Past trivia questions 
(and answers)
are posted on our
archives page. 

Current Question:



How did MU fund the construction of
Memorial Gateway at Elm and
Eighth streets?

A: As a charitable gift from the 1904 World’s Fair
B: Federal funds from damages to campus incurred during the Civil War.
C: Gift from the Class of 1913
D: Shared project between MU and Columbia Visitors Bureau


Enter your answer.

This trivia question runs through
June
1, 2016.                        

Prize for this game:
A $25 gift card to the
Tiger Team Store.

MAA staff and their families
are not eligible.
                       

 


Want more games? 
Test your skills in the MU Word Scramble!

Want to learn more about Mizzou history, traditions and nostalgia?
Visit our 
MU History and Heritage page
.