Local financial aid directors agree with the Obama administration's plan to simplify the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA.
The MU Tour Team is doing its best to help visitors and prospective students touring campus by providing water, staying inside as much as possible and taking it slow.
New college students across the U.S. are transferring from private universities to lower-priced public institutions, often because of economic fears.
A study conducted by MU researchers has linked the evolutionary growth of the human brain to larger populations and increased social competition.
BusinessWeek recently named Columbia the best small city in Missouri for business start-ups. The success is attributed partly to the large college-aged population.
Aaron Sickel, an MU graduate student, said the event consists of a series of lectures and workshops intended to help students with their research.
MU's Office of Admissions says its transparent process makes it unlikely that the university will experience problems like those at the University of Illinois.
UM System President Gary Forsee and the Board of Curators sent a statement to Gov. Jay Nixon on Friday asking him not to veto House Bill 22, legislation that would provide funding for systemwide capital improvements and research projects.
UM System President Gary Forsee is sending a statement to Gov. Jay Nixon, urging that he not veto a House bill that includes significant funding for Ellis Fischel Cancer Center.
UM System President Gary Forsee will deliver a message to the governor outlining the System's concerns about Nixon potentially vetoing a bill that contains much higher education funding, including money for Ellis Fischel Cancer Center.
MU was one of two universities in the nation to receive the 2009 Truman Foundation Honor Institution award, which recognizes the campus's commitment to service and to its Truman Scholars.
Nixon's administration already has said he will make line-item vetoes to a budget bill that would spend $381 million of stimulus funds over the next two years, largely on capital improvement projects.
George Justice, associate dean of MU's graduate school, will serve as its interim leader.
MU was selected to receive a $35,000 to $50,000 grant to help develop ways of reducing the university’s carbon footprint. Former Sustain Mizzou president Patrick Margherio said they plan to use the money to expand the Building Dashboard program.
State Sen. Kurt Schaefer said he has heard from from "several people in positions to know" that the governor will veto funding for the hospital.
Columbia College plans to keep its campus at Guantanamo Bay Naval Base open as long as possible, according to a school official. The closing of the base's prison will lead to a decrease in students as well as staff.
MU Extension workshops in food preservation are filling up this year as more people appear to take stock in the quality of their food and the contents of their wallet.
The resignation comes less than a month after a university system performance review gave her low marks for leadership, management, decisiveness and team work.
Philip D. Curtin revolutionized the way scholars think about academic history, most notably for his work analyzing the African slave trade.
MU's Difficult Dialogues program is showing other campuses how to talk about sensitive subjects. “Many controversial issues have multiple sides, and they aren’t just black and white,” says Noor Azizan-Gardner of the MU Chancellor's Diversity Initiative.