Registration for the Early Fall and Late Fall sessions will open on Tuesday, July 5th. Early Fall classes begin August 29th.
In-seat undergraduate price per credit hour
Complete the application and arrange for your high school or college transcripts (if applicable) to be sent to the Office of the Registrar at 1001 Rogers St., Columbia, MO 65216.
Authenticate your identity in the campus office or online with your webcam.
Submit the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) with school code 002456.
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The staff at the Grossnickle Career Services Center can help you make the most of your degree and career. They'll help you write a great resumé, perfect your interview skills and find a job. These services are free for life.
Whether you're starting a degree for the first time or transferring from another institution, your academic advisor will help you map out your degree courses to get you to graduation as efficiently as possible.
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