Robert J. Trulaske Sr., College of Business, University of Missouri

Advising

The Crosby MBA program office provides personal advising to all MBA students.  A member of our advising team meets with each student upon arrival to our program to review their first semester courses. At this appointment, you will also receive an advising packet which includes the curriculum sequence & concentration information. Your advisor is also available regularly to provide assistance with all of your academic endeavors—simply set up an appointment.

  • New Student Advising Appointments for Spring will begin in December: Please call 573-882-2750 or email mba@missouri.edu to schedule an advising appointment. You will receive your individual Plan of Study via email in late November, early December. When you schedule your advising appointment, let us know if you have not yet visited campus, had a tour and met with current students.  We would be pleased to make those arrangements for you.
  • New Student Advising Appointments for Fall will begin in April: Please call 573-882-2750 or email mba@missouri.edu to schedule an advising appointment. You will receive your individual Plan of Study via email in late March, early April. When you schedule your advising appointment, let us know if you have not yet visited campus, had a tour and met with current students.  We would be pleased to make those arrangements for you.

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Kim Hedges

Academic Advisor

Kim Hedges

Kim currently advises full-time MBA students on all aspects of student and academic life such as plans of study, concentrations, certifications, and study abroad opportunities. In addition, she develops programming and coordinates two week-long orientations, plans annual case competitions, manages degree audits, enrollments, and registration.

Kim grew up in Columbia and received a Bachelor of Arts in English in 2003 from Columbia College and a Master in Education, Educational Leadership Policy Analysis with an emphasis in Student Affairs Leadership, from the University of Missouri in 2013.

Kim's professional memberships have included Graduate Business Student Services Association, where she served as Membership Chair, and Griffiths Leadership Program for Women through the University of Missouri.