MAA will host Mizzou's 103rd Homecoming on Oct. 25, 2014!






Mizzou is known as the birthplace of Homecoming. It began in 1911 when former athletic director Chester Brewer called for alumni to "come home" for the annual football game versus kU. Today, Mizzou Homecoming has grown into one of the largest student-run celebrations of its kind. MIZ! Read more Homecoming history.


Homecoming 2014 By the Numbers
Mizzou's 103rd Homecoming was one to remember as thousands of Tigers came home to campus to celebrate their stripes. Check out Homecoming By the Numbers.

The Results Are In

Points have been tabulated and the 2014 Homecoming competition winners have been announced.
See a full list of results.



Homecoming Tribute to MU's Founding Families
In celebration of MU’s 175th anniversary, the descendants of Mizzou’s founding families will be honored in grand marshal fashion during Homecoming 2014. These true Mizzou legacies represent a Tiger pride and commitment to MU passed down for generations.

Just as their ancestors donated money and land to bring MU to Columbia in 1839, descendants of “the Roll of Honor” display the spirit of giving and gratitude today through their contributions to the university. Read more.



Memories of Homecoming Have a special Mizzou memory of Homecoming? Read stories from your fellow Tigers and/or post your own Tiger Tale.

 

Show your support of Homecoming with a gift to the Mizzou Traditions Fund
A century of Mizzou Homecoming was celebrated in 2011. As a way to recognize the milestone, the association created the Mizzou Traditions Fund to ensure the continuation of traditions that make Mizzou a special experience. More



Self Guided
Campus Tour
Feel like touring campus on your own and want to learn more about Mizzou's history and heritage? Take one of three tours including one especially made for Homecoming visitors.
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