Other Applicants

Returning Student

If you used to be a degree-seeking student at Mizzou but haven’t enrolled in classes for at least one semester, you must apply for re-admission and be approved by your academic unit in order to enroll again. You don’t have to meet any admission requirements to apply for re-admission.

Apply as a Returning Student

Visiting Student

The visiting student program is for students who wish to earn undergraduate credit without pursuing a degree. As a visiting student, you may not enroll in more than:

  • 18 hours in the fall and spring semesters
  • nine hours in the summer semester

An application fee is required to submit an application.

Apply as a Visiting Student

MizzouMACC

MizzouMACC is a co-enrollment program between Moberly Area Community College (MACC) and the University of Missouri. MizzouMACC students experience the depth and breadth of a four-year university while enjoying the affordability and academic flexibility found at a two-year institution.

Learn more about MizzouMACC

Mid-Missouri Associated Colleges and Universities (MMACU)

If you are enrolled at an MMACU institution, you may enroll in undergraduate classes at Mizzou.

This will allow you to:

  • take courses not offered at your school
  • avoid scheduling conflicts

Learn More About MMACU

Current UMKC, UMSL, or Missouri S&T students

Students currently enrolled at any of the University of Missouri Schools may take a class at another UM campus through cross-campus enrollment.

Learn More About Cross-Campus Enrollment

Columbia College Registration Agreement

If you are a full-time undergraduate student at Columbia College, you may register to take classes at Mizzou that aren’t offered at your school.

See Program Requirements

Dual Enrollment

If you are a junior or senior in high school looking to earn college credit, you may be able to enroll in classes at Mizzou. To be eligible for dual enrollment, you must have:

  • good grades
  • at least a 24 ACT score OR
  • at least a 1160 SAT score

To apply for dual enrollment:

Missouri Online

Missouri Online brings together online education options from all four University of Missouri System universities. Mizzou offers online degrees in several programs and online courses in semester and self-paced independent study formats. You can take classes as a degree-seeking or non-degree-seeking student.

See Admission Requirements

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