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Washington University in St Louis

Founded in 1853 and named for George Washington, Washington University in St. Louis is a 4-year private research university. WashU encompasses seven colleges and schools conferring undergraduate degrees in over 90 areas of study. For artistically...

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The quality of education I have received at Washington University has been amazing, which I assume is why most people consider Wash U. The faculty there have done real research and are experts in their fields, which has in turn allowed my...

” – Andrew from Dahlgren, IL
Saint Louis University

Founded by Jesuits in 1818, Saint Louis University is a private research institution and one of the oldest Catholic universities in the United States. SLU is home to 11 colleges and schools conferring undergraduate and graduate degrees. For students...

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Very expensive but worth it! The financial aid that you will receive will surprise you! You'll be happy!

” – shaniqua from Florissant, MO
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Founded in 1884, Cottey College is a women’s liberal arts college in southwest Missouri.  Cottey confers bachelor’s degrees in 12 academic majors as well as several associate degree-granting programs. In addition, Cottey pays for second year students...

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A great start for college life for any kind of girl especially for those who are a bit quiet and shy. It' s located in a small town that has a lot of security and the campus is secured as well, so you don't have to be afraid of anything and the...

” – Ruby
Drury University

Originally established in 1873 as Springfield College, Drury University is a liberal arts college based in southwest Missouri. DU is home to the Your Drury Fusion academic program combining professionally-oriented majors with concentrations in purely...

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drury is a very historic looking school with a new age look on education. the food is actually pretty good most of the time. the staff are all very friendly.

” – Katelyn from Verona, MO
Missouri University of Science and Technology

Missouri University of Science and Technology, Missouri S&T, is a 4-year institution that was founded in 1870. The Rolla-located university houses two colleges, the College of Arts, Sciences, and Business, as well as the College of Engineering and...

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You will learn a lot at this school. At first you will learn some more in depth math and physics but when you get all that out of the way and can start learning what you actually want to learn, the classes for your intended major.

” – Nicholas from Republic, MO
Webster University

Webster University is a private institution based in Webster Groves, Missouri. Webster operates campuses around the nation and abroad, in countries such as Ghana, the Netherlands, Thailand, and Greece, that students may transfer to for a semester...

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webster exudes an open atmosphere filled with people that are easy to get along with. the staff is friendly, and personable, and the education quality is top-knotch.

” – Lowell from Saint Louis, MO
University of Missouri-Kansas City

The University of Missouri-Kansas City is a 4-year public school and the largest university in Kansas City. Part of the University of Missouri system, UMKC offers undergraduate degrees in over 125 academic fields of study and is home to an honors...

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There is so much information out there, you just have to go for it and take the classes! Step outside your bubble, but not too far, stay on track! Make it a great time!

” – Rosita from Saint Louis, MO
Westminster College

Founded in 1853 by a local Presbyterian congregation, Westminster College is a 4-year liberal arts college in central Missouri. Westminster grants undergraduate degrees in 33 academic majors and 41 minors. As the site of Winston Churchill’s famous...

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westminster college has a wide veriety of options for students to get involved and experience something new. this campus has a lot of history to it. winston churchill gave his famus iron curton speech, not only that but our campus holds a peice if...

” – Matthew from Fulton, MO
Columbia College

Columbia College is a 4-year coeducational liberal arts institution in central Missouri. Columbia offers bachelor’s degrees in over 30 academic majors, as well as 10 associate degree-granting programs and eight master’s degrees. Additionally...

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I am learning so much in my area of study! The small classes make it even easier to learn because most all of your professors know you by name and can help you one on one in the classroom.

” – JC from Mexico, 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 a great family oriented school. All the faculty and staff work well with others and students. There are many great opportunities available here at UCM.

” – Jennifer from Warrensburg, 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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The professors really care about each individual student and his or her learning process. All of my professors thus far have taken a personal interest in my life in and outside the class room. Professors are able to take time to help every student...

” – Evyn from Saint Louis, MO
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Central Methodist University is a private, liberal arts institution established in Fayette, Missouri. While CMU is affiliated with the United Methodist Church, the university values diversity and diplomacy making students of all faiths welcome. CMU’s...

Lindenwood University

Lindenwood University is a private liberal arts university based in Saint Charles, MO, and is affiliated with the Presbyterian Church. Lindenwood’s eight academic schools offer more than 120 programs, which can be completed traditionally, online...

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The teachers are so helpful and they are there for you anytime you need them. Also the classroom size is pretty small so you don't feel cramped in the room.

” – Samantha from St. Charles, MO
Evangel University

Evangel University is a private, Christ-centered institution established in Springfield, Missouri. Students attending Evangel are required to attend chapel three times weekly, with many special events scheduled throughout the academic year. Along...

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I came to Evangel because of the excellent academic programs and they have not been a disappointment. My teachers are very knowledgeable and really want to help me learn what I will need in the future

” – Donovan from Nixa, 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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Great School. Instructors are hands on, and really work to make you understand the material. They are out to make you learn, understand, and be proficient in your degree, not try fail you.

” – Carrie from Waynesville, MO