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College of the Ozarks

With campus a short distance from Lake Taneycomo, the College of the Ozarks is an evangelical Christian liberal arts college in southwest Missouri. College of the Ozarks grants undergrad degrees in 28 academic majors and all courses feature a Christ...

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Excellent campus environment. Professional and helpful staff. Couldn't ask for better principles.

” – John from Nixa
Truman State University

Truman State University is a 4-year public liberal arts college in northeast Missouri. Truman confers bachelor’s degrees in 36 academic majors and its Liberal Studies program combines “traditional learning” and “personal investigation.” Truman hosts...

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There is a wide selection of classes to choose from and while it is sometimes difficult to get into a desired class there are many more options open. The smaller class sizes really allow you to interact better with your teacher and so get more out of...

” – Keara from Wildwood, MO
University of Missouri-Columbia

Founded in 1839, the University of Missouri is a 4-year public school in central Missouri and the first university established west of the Mississippi River. MU is home to 13 colleges and schools conferring degrees in 97 academic majors including the...

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University of Missouri is a place where every student has the opportunity to thrive. The teachers are ready and willing to help, and with the wide variety of degree options available, many bright students find their homes here. There are over six...

” – Paige from Saint Peters, MO
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Formerly known as Southwest Missouri State, Missouri State University is a 4-year public institution in southwest Missouri and the second largest university in the state by enrollment. The main campus of the MSU system, MSU Springfield is home to...

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missouri state university is an absolutely wonderful school. the classes are generally small and close-knit. there are so many programs to join and feel welcome!

” – Kelly from Hazelwood, MO
Northwest Missouri State University

Northwest Missouri State University is a state-funded institution based in the rural town of Maryville, Missouri. The tree-filled campus is designated as the official Missouri State Arboretum. Business, elementary education, and communications are...

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I have learned so much during my freshman year here at Northwest Missouri State University. Not only are my professors great at what they do, but they do a great job of making themselves available to help you as much as they can. There are always...

” – Megan from Maryville, MO
University of Central Missouri

Founded in 1871 as a teaching school, the University of Central Missouri is a 4-year public university with two campus locations. UCM confers bachelor’s degrees in over 150 academic programs. For students looking to spend part of their college tenure...

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UCM is the best of both worlds. You get the small town feel and the feeling of a big campus all at once. The people are friendly, the classes and teachers are personal, and everyone is always more than willing to help.

” – Jenny from Olathe, KS
Missouri Valley College

Missouri Valley College is based in the rural town of Marshall, MO. The private liberal arts institution was founded in 1889 and is affiliated with the Presbyterian Church. On top of traditional education, MVC offers degrees that can be completed...

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Some of the instructors at this school are among the most patient and intelligent people I've ever studied under.

” – Joshuah from Tipton, MO
Southeast Missouri State University

Southeast Missouri State University is a large, public institution located on the banks of the Mississippi River in Cape Girardeau. The school operates three regional campuses around the state in Sikeston, Malden, and Kennett. SEMO offers study...

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Southeast is a wonderful university for Education Major. This school is ranked in the Top 10 colleges across America for teaching. The teachers are really understanding of your personal situations and they do their very best to see that you get a...

” – Misty from Malden, MO
Lincoln University
Jefferson City, MO
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Lincoln University is a public land grant university in central Missouri that was founded by African American Civil War veterans as an institution for educating freedmen. Lincoln is home to five colleges conferring undergraduate degrees in 50 fields...

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All teachers are generally consistent with their teaching and availability to help you understand.

” – Chelsia from Kansas City, MO
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Missouri State University-West Plains is a 2-year open admission institution and a regional campus in the MSU system. Among the school’s 17 academic areas of study, MSU West Plains features three degree programs focusing on the wine industry: Enology...

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I am learning so much in my online business class as well as my business math class, for the first time in my life I actually understand simple math. The teachers are great and really want to help you succeed.

” – Melissa from West Plains, MO
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Moberly Area Community College is a 2-year community college in central Missouri. MACC offers degrees and certificates in over 40 areas of study and holds articulation agreements with a number of public and private schools both in and out of state...

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St. Charles Community College is a 2-year institution in the greater St. Louis area. SCC offers more than 70 associate degree and certificate programs, with over 100 courses available online. The National Arbor Day Foundation has named SCC as a “Tree...

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The State Technical College of Missouri is a technical school and the only public technical college in Missouri. State Tech is home to eight academic departments granting 2-year technical degrees in 42 fields of study. In addition to classroom space...

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A very under looked technical college with a massive selection of technical occupations. The students are very friendly and hyped to start the school year. The teachers are awesome and look forward to teaching.

” – Matthew from Saint Louis, MO
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Established on the site of a former World War II training facility, Crowder College is a 2-year community college in the Ozark region of southwest Missouri that offers degrees and certificates in over 80 subjects. The school’s Presidential Honors...

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The classes were great. It was easy to transfer to a larger university. The classes were comparable to what you would learn at a big school but much smaller classes.

” – Jessica from Neosho, MO
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Mineral Area College is a public, 2-year institution established in Park Hills, Missouri, with outreach centers throughout the district. The college offers over 90 associate’s degree and CTE certificate programs, many of which feature web-based...

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The teachers are wonderful and if you ever need any help with work that's too difficult, or doesn't make sense, there's always someone there to help you out with tutoring whether it's a fellow classmate or someone in the EXCEL/SSS office.

” – Michaela from Cadet, MO
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North Central Missouri College is the second oldest 2-year community college in Missouri. NCMC offers 22 associate degrees and 14 certificates, as well as nine degree programs entirely online. While most classes take place at the main campus, the...

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It is a great college to complete general education requirements and pre-requisits at. I have heard the nursing program is great as well. It is also very affordable and is an A+ school if you are eligible for that program.

” – Taylor from Ravenwood, MO
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Ozarks Technical Community College is a public, 2-year institution located primarily in Springfield, Missouri. The college also maintains satellite campuses throughout Missouri in Hollister, Nixa, Lebanon, and Waynesville. While OTC’s academic focus...

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This college is a very good community college for students that wish to start or end college in. I am one who is starting here to get my general education classes out of the way, and it has been a great two years so far. It is a very compatible...

” – Valerie from Cassville, MO
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State Fair Community College is a public, 2-year institution established in Sedalia, Missouri, with satellite facilities located in Boonville, Clinton, Eldon, Lake of the Ozarks, Warsaw, and Whiteman AFB. SFCC offers associate’s degrees and...

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State Fair Community College is a great place to start your continuation of higher education. They provide many opportunities to succeed through academic tutoring or other programs, the curriculum, and great professors that are willing to help. It is...

” – Nathaniel from Knob Noster, MO
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Three Rivers College is a 2-year community college with a main campus and eight additional locations serving four counties in southeast Missouri. TRC is home to 11 academic departments conferring degrees and certificates in over 100 programs of study...

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Three Rivers is a stepping stone for Seniors who are coming from small high school. The classes are small and the professors are willing to go the extra mile. The staff are very interested in you and your success.

” – Briana from Poplar Bluff, MO