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State of Missouri Mizzou Plate Program
Note: Mizzou specialty plates may be registered to passenger vehicles, trucks (up to 18,000 lbs), motorcycles, and RVs.
Renewal Plate Information:
When renewing, remember to take a current logo use authorization form (along with the other forms required by the Department of Revenue for renewal of your plates) to your local license office. If you renew on a biennial basis please be sure to pay a "double-donation" of $50 so that you can renew your license for two-years.
Make your annual contribution to Mizzou. E-mail us any questions you may have about the Mizzou Collegiate License Plate program.
New Mizzou Plates - General Information:
Mizzou plates are personalized plates and may contain up to six alphanumeric characters (or up to five alphanumeric characters plus one space, hyphen or apostrophe). Mizzou Collegiate plates are available only for registered Missouri vehicles. Passenger vehicles, trucks (up to 18,000 lbs), motorcycles, and RVs may be registered. Missouri does not offer personalized plates for trailers.
To begin the plate application process, you must obtain your MIZZOU Emblem Use Authorization Statement (EUAS). You may do this online by simply filling out this application form. The full process to order plates is outlined below.
Want to see what your personalized plate would look like? Use the Missouri Department of Revenue's personal plate mock up program. At the bottom of the page under "Select a Design Category" select Collegiate and then the University of Missouri-Columbia.
To check to see if your personalized configuration is available, contact the Missouri Department of Revenue by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (573) 526-3669 (call volumes may be heavy at times).
You can order Mizzou plates at anytime regardless of your current plate expiration date. NOTE: Vehicle owners may obtain a two year-registration for an even model year vehicle in an even calendar year, or for an odd model year vehicle in an odd calendar year.
State of MO Mizzou Plate Basics
You do this...
Apply for your MIZZOU Emblem Use Authorization Statement (EUAS) by making a tax-deductible donation of $25 to the University of Missouri by sending a check to: Mizzou License Plate, 407 Reynolds Alumni Center, Columbia, MO 65211. Make your check payable to the University of Missouri. If you prefer, you may obtain your MIZZOU Emblem Use Authorization Statement (EUAS) online by simply filling out this application.
Note: If you are registering your car on a biennial basis, please indicate so on the application. You should double your donation ($50) on the online application in order to cover both years of your vehicle registration.
Mizzou does this...
After you submit the online application, the university will send you a "logo use authorization" form. The logo use authorization form is proof that you contributed to Mizzou and will be required when you submit your plate application.
Complete your application...
Once you have your Emblem Use Statement, you just complete a State of Missouri personalized plate application (Form 1716). If you prefer, you may fill out Form 1716 online. Mizzou plates are personalized plates and may contain up to six alphanumeric characters (or up to five alphanumeric characters plus one space, hyphen, or apostrophe) for your personalized configuration.
Mail your application (Form 1716), EUAS (Mizzou Emblem Use Authorization Statement), and $15 personalized plate fee to Motor Vehicle Bureau, PO Box 569, Jefferson City, MO 65105.
The final step...
Your plates will be ordered by the Department of Revenue. You will be notified by mail when your plates are available for pick up at your local license office. All questions about processing should be directed to the Missouri Department of Revenue by e-mail at email@example.com.
Just so you know...
You can order Mizzou plates at anytime regardless of your current license plate expiration date. All new/renewal Mizzou plates expire in July. Yearly renewal requires a $25 donation to the University of Missouri-Columbia (a new Emblem Use Statement will be issued each time you donate to MU).