University of Missouri Reviews
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.
Mizzou is a great school located in a thriving and fun community. My experience both academically and personally was very positive. It is an affordable option for MANY different fields of study.
I loved my college experience. Mizzou has a nice mix of academics, sports and social activities. It's also in a good location geographically because it's close to Chicago, St. Louis and Kansas City.
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While it's a big school, many of the departments are smaller, so you still get the feel of a small school. A lot of facilities have been recently updated, and the new dorms are very nice.
MU was a good college. I enjoyed my time there, and enjoyed the diversity of the people, beliefs, and activities offered, but it's also easy to get lost in the crowd. If I went back and did it all again, I think I would at least consider a smaller school with more reasonable tuition.