University of Missouri Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (30)
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.
Mizzou is diverse with hundreds of organizations to get involved in. I don't recommend getting plugged into many organizations yet, to maximize your time into one or two and invite friends and strangers apart of the community that you are passionate about. Take initiative there and you will be fine. Best Journalism school, solid Education and Nursing programs. We have a great Med school also. Diversity in many areas, and the University is striving to make everyone accepted and welcome continually.
Excellent programs that prepared me for my career as a healthcare professional as well as providing great learning opportunities for advance modalities. The facility and staff were great instructors; drawing upon academic and hands on training to help educate the students.
The University of Missouri, Columbia is one of the best educational institutions in the country. They have pretty much all types and formation necessary to advance oneself in our 21 st century. They love all nationalities and are very professional in turning people into better people.
College is an unfortunate stepping stone for a corporate company or licensed job title. The truth is that I believe college has extended its learning experience far from what an actual degree requires. If you want a job in the arts. Just do what you love and start immediately. In the Internet age, you can be a writer or a comity graphed and you don't need four years of an education. Take some basic classes to understand business law, taxes and simple accounting. If you have a passion for the big degrees then you need to jump though the hoop of a 4 year minimum degree.
College was challenging in school, which really increased my organizational skills and discipline when it came to studying. It was really more of a social time, though. I met most of my now close friends and really grew as a person because I was immersed into so many different cultures.
I was concerned about going to such a large school but I ended up appreciating all the choices thy come from having a large school (with a large budget). I was able to make it feel "smaller" or more homey by getting to know other students in my major and joining student groups.