This is where it gets good. You can almost see college from here.
Keep exploring activities and high school classes that interest you. Stay on top of college-prep requirements and continue to do the best work you can. The path to get from where you are now to college and career success is wide open. And wherever you are on that path, we’re here and ready to help.
Let us know where you are in your college search process (it’s okay if you change your mind later).
Stay on Track
Check out Mizzou’s admissions requirements to see what you can be doing now to get ready for college.
Journalism, engineering, education, finance, nursing — whatever you path you choose, Mizzou has the major for you.
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Find Your Fit
There’s always something to do at Mizzou. Getting involved will help you discover small-campus experiences and big-campus variety.
The University of Missouri is consistently rated one of the best values in college education, most recently by the Fiske Guide to Colleges.
What to do now
1 Continue taking all necessary college-prep classes, including four years of math and two years of foreign language.
2 Do well in your classes to keep your future options open. Every semester counts — one wrong turn can delay your journey.
3 Pursue elective classes that matter to you, and get involved in clubs or organizations that allow you to grow.
4 Consider college as an investment in your future self. On average, a college graduate will earn $1 million more over their lifetime.
5 Talk to your high school counselor or with a Mizzou admissions representative about your individual path to college and success.
6 Have fun! You are nearing the halfway point of your high school journey, and it’s up to you to get the most out of it — enjoy the ride!
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Mizzou admissions reps are knowledgeable, enthusiastic and friendly folks ready to answer your questions about the college process.