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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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To rate this college in three sentences I would say it is a blessing to attend this school. This college isn't for everyone and of those who do desire to attend only a few will be accepted. Being here gives you the realization that you are amongst...

” – Trenton from Nixa, 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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Mizzou is a huge learning experience in every aspect. I've learned not only about my subjects but about good study habits, organizational habits and myself. The teachers are generally understanding but tough and if you take the time to talk to them...

” – Philip from Saint Louis, MO
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Jefferson College is a 2-year community college with three campuses south of St. Louis. Jefferson is home to 58 academic departments offering degrees and certificates in subjects such as Geology, Culinary Arts, and TV Production. The college’s...

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Small enough to get all the help you need. Big enough to feel apart of something. Jefferson College offers the help you need and keeps you involved in many different ways.

” – Kathy from Hillsboro, 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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Seemed Great! The teachers were very friendly, and the classes were small. Best of all, they accept the A+ Scholarship!

” – Myriah from Poplar Bluff, MO
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From its humble origins in rented facilities at the local Memorial Auditorium, East Central College has grown to become a 2-year community college with a main campus and three extension sites outside of St. Louis. Academics at ECC are divided into...

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I have loved almost every class I've had here, even the ones that were more challenging. The faculty is excellent, and even though there are a few duds that slip in an out occasionally, this school by far has great teachers.

” – Caitlin from Saint Clair, 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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otc is not just some college for the poor; it is a respectable school with excellent professors, most whom have other jobs and teach because they want to see students excell in life. the small seated classes make for easier learning and face to face...

” – Jacquie from Dixon, MO
Saint Louis Community College

St. Louis Community College is a public, 2-year institution located primarily in Ferguson, Missouri. Along with its main campus, the school also maintains 11 satellite campuses and centers throughout the St. Louis area. STLCC offers a massive catalog...

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Great location of a main highway, close to shopping and dining. Clean and inviting environment, open to new ideas. I enjoy the school for the simple things, like the teachers knowing your name and the open door policy.

” – Natishah from Florissant, MO