University of Central Missouri Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (9)
Great small town university with good opportunities for learning considering the size and location. Staff are friendly and knowledgeable. Professors know the content of the classes they teach.
It was great. A smaller school, great student to teacher ratios. A great community with a beautiful campus.
I love the University of Central Missouri. The Professors were all great and the fellow students were amazing as well. I will never forget the memories I created while attending UCM.
The CIS program was very good, there are a wide range of classes and opportunities.
Central Missouri offered an excellent amount of support academically and personally while I persuaded my educational goal. The Counselors were very attentive with answering question and direction me on my path to success. This has not only been an dream come true, but an adventure to what dreams are made of and for this I will be forever grateful for the quality of Education received at UCM.
Great small college. Lots of individual attention from teachers, if you want it. Teachers are very kind and know your name and take interest in your life and your future career. Excellent Career Center that really know what its like to get a job in today's market and make sure that you are prepared. Would highly recommend this university to anyone!
UCM is a small college that has a big impact. The classes are small so the professors know your name and are able to give more personalized teaching but they are a big college in the sense that their job prospects are big. They have amazing programs to help you find internships and career jobs. The employment rate of recent graduates is about 95% or higher. Great college.
Living on campus was the best choice I made. I felt part of a community. Yea there were times that it got rather annoying that my neighbor was playing video games at 2am while I'm trying to sleep because I have to be at work by 6am. But I met some great people living in the resident halls.
My degree did open doors for my career (former). I did not really know what I wanted to do in life, did not seek employment in my field of study and did not seek a career that required a degree until six years after obtaining my degree. The first job that I got that was positively influenced by having a degree was almost three years after graduation. My degree was from a smaller state school and general - business management. I never took on student loans (paid by parents and small scholarship) and definitely do not regret that.