Students at Missouri State University’s West Plains campus attend a university and a two-year school at the same time.
The West Plains campus, the only two-year degree-granting division of the university, offers associate’s degrees as well as certificates. Education, business, computer science, general studies and nursing are some of the subject areas in which students may secure a degree.
However, MSU still remains a university and therefore offers bachelor’s and baster’s degrees through its academic outreach program. There are also programs offered in nursing, computer science, education and business as well as counseling and agriculture.
Boasting the benefits of a two-year school and a university, MSU West Plains features the tuition rates of a two-year school and the student life of a four-year school, including on-campus housing.
Whether a student wishes to obtain a two-year or four-year degree while at MSU West Plains, the career center can provide support by helping students carve out a career path. Career services also hosts student interviews with local employers throughout the year.
Other on-campus services in place for the school’s roughly 2,000 students include academic advising, tutoring, numerous student organizations and activities as well as financial aid offerings for those who qualify.
Quick Facts about Missouri State University, West Plains
Small Town Setting
Small (Under 2,000 Undergrad)
On-Campus Housing Available
Parking Permit Required
MSU Ratings & Reviews
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Undergraduate vs. Graduate
Full-Time vs. Part-Time Students
- African American
- American Indian or Alaska native
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