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Major Options. Literally.
With more than 300 majors to choose from, there are truly no limits to what you can accomplish at Mizzou.
Build the future you want
Hear from a current student about how Mizzou will help you explore, choose, and switch majors as needed to get you where you want to go.
Your Career is In Sight
Mizzou graduates go on to big-time careers in journalism, medicine, finance, engineering, education and so much more.
Find Your Fit
There’s always something to do at Mizzou. Getting involved will help you discover small-campus experiences and big-campus variety.
Explore Student Life
See for Yourself
Explore Mizzou’s gorgeous, 1,262-acre flagship campus nestled in the heart of downtown Columbia. According to
Business Insider, Columbia is one of the best college towns in the country.
At Mizzou, building your resume begins long before graduation, so you can gain the skills you need to carry into your career.
On average, college grads earn approximately $1 million more in their lifetimes — which means your education is one of the best investments you’ll ever make.
Your future is priceless.
Thinking about how you’ll pay for college? Don’t sweat it. Mizzou offers a number of automatic and competitive scholarships for eligible students.
You’re going places
Tigers are changing the world we live in every day — sometimes even before graduation. See what it means to be #MizzouMade, then join them.
Put down roots
Missouri residents receive discounts on tuition and fees. If you’re an out-of-state student but you plan to live in Missouri full-time, establishing residency will make Mizzou even more affordable.
Connect with Your Rep
Mizzou admissions reps are knowledgeable, enthusiastic and friendly folks ready to answer your questions about the college process.
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Once grades from your junior year are final, request that your high school send an official transcript to Mizzou Admissions.
Request that ACT or College Board (SAT) send official test scores to Mizzou Admissions.
Submit your application for admission to Mizzou beginning Aug. 1!