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MU students represent every Missouri county, every state and 120 countries.
Transferring to Mizzou: To make an MU education accessible for transfer students, the university has more than 80 transfer and articulation agreements with Missouri's 12 public community colleges, Linn State College and Missouri State University-West Plains. In addition, Mizzou continues to complete hundreds of degree-program transfer guides to help students plan their course work. More information »
College Access: The nationally recognized Missouri College Advising Corps employs recent Mizzou graduates to serve as advisers in rural and urban partner high schools. Since 2008, the program has increased the number of students going to college from these schools by an average 10.35 percent compared to .3 percent statewide. More information »
For more information about Mizzou's Four-Year Graduation Plan, contact the Office of Admissions 573-882-7786 or 800-225-6075.Note: State and national average ACT scores and retention rates are based on fall 2011 data.
MU students have high pass rates on national licensure and certification exams.*Includes exams in communication science and disorders, nuclear medicine, occupational therapy, physical therapy, respiratory therapy, and radiologic science.
MU's three-year student loan default rate is 6.1 percent compared to the national rate of 14.7 percent.
Mizzou’s Office of Student Financial Aid and Office for Financial Success provide one-on-one counseling sessions to help students manage debt after graduation.
MIZZOU SAVES MONEY AND PRESERVES THE ENVIRONMENT BY RECYCLING 29 PERCENT OF ITS WASTE, OR 2,314 TONS.VIEW DETAILS