University of Missouri Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (26)
The agricultural journalism at Mizzou is absolutely unmatched by other programs I looked at when applying to colleges. Because of the rigorous coursework through the journalism school (which is currently ranked #1 for journalism programs in the U.S.) and the extensive opportunities available through the College of Agriculture, there is no better place to study agricultural communications. You will graduate 100% prepared for an entry-level job in related fields with this degree.
The University of Missouri-Columbia (Mizzou) is an excellent institution for all Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) majors. As a young woman who will be beginning medical school this summer, I feel as though Mizzou fully prepared me for my studies in a professional program. I had incredible advising and research opportunities. I felt like I could explore tremendously--even within my own field of biology. I had support to choose whichever career I felt I could most make a difference in. At the same time, I felt like my courses were challenging but not impossible. I had great professors--many of whom have remained friends of mine. Choose Mizzou!
The Specialist's Program at Mizzou has been great as a working professional. The professors are very knowledge and help prepare you for a central office position. The classes are hybrid style, where some of the class is online, and the rest is in person. I am glad I made the decision to start this program.
The music program is booming at Mizzou! The professors have excellent depths of knowledge and experience. The School of Music is a nice smaller community to become active within, compared to the thousands of students attending campus. Columbia, MO is a beautiful little college town to boot!
The Communication program at the University of Missouri has many great aspects to it. Although the school prides itself on its Journalism program (which is separate from Communication), I often felt as if I was being furnished with more practical skills that would prove useful in several fields, allowing more flexibility with my degree. This flexibility, I believe, has contributed to my graduate school readiness.
The University of Missouri has provided me with great skills and opportunities. Their career services department set me up with a great internship. This school gives you lots of opportunities to get involved and grow as a individual. Mizzou also has granted me a scholarship to help pay for tuition. I would certainly recommend this college to others.
There were resources at the University of Missouri. My advice for future students is to use all of your resources. When there is an opportunity to network go for it. Try to be involved with as many organizations as you can handle. The University of Missouri had an organization for every major which was really helpful.
I loved attending the University of Missouri-Columbia! Columbia is a great town with an awesome atmosphere. There is a lot of things to do while not in class. Mizzou has a great campus climate and there always seems to be some sort of activity you can join into on campus. There are also a lot of on campus services ranging from free help finding a job to tutoring. The professors are great and they are always available for extra help.
Best four years of my life! I learned so much, and am able to do so much with my psychology degree. I am now pursuing my graduate degree in social work at Arizona State University. A lot has changed in the four years I have been out, but definitely for the better! The school keeps growing in knowledge, opportunities, and diversity.
The University of Missouri is an overall good school to obtain an education. However, the Food Science program is limited to meat, dairy and wine...which is a very limited area of food science. I felt unprepared when entering the workforce after college, even with my stellar GPA.