Missouri State University will confer 2,941 degrees to students at its spring 2019 commencement. Three ceremonies will be held at 9 a.m., 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. May 17 at JQH Arena. First ceremony Students graduating from the College of Humanities and Public Affairs and McQueary College of Health and Human Services will participate in the first ceremony. Jennifer Moore, the … [Read more...] about Missouri State to award 2,941 degrees during spring commencement
Congratulations! You did it, #BearGrads. You’ve completed your course work. Drank way too much coffee to get you through those late study nights, waited until 11:59 p.m. to turn in your final assignment and had ramen noodles and chicken nuggets for the last four-plus years. You most certainly completed the graduate outcome survey, after getting spammed by the Career Center. … [Read more...] about You’re graduating: What’s next?
Missouri State University awarded 1,554 degrees to students at its fall 2018 commencement. The two ceremonies were held at 10 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Dec. 14 at JQH Arena. First ceremony Students graduating from the College of Arts and Letter, College of Humanities and Public Affairs, College of Natural and Applied Sciences, McQueary College of Health and Human Services, William … [Read more...] about Missouri State awarded 1,554 degrees during fall commencement
Congratulations! You did it, #BearGrads. You’ve completed your coursework, probably had too much coffee, and had ramen noodles and chicken nuggets for the last four-plus years. The time has come to walk across the stage and share your accomplishments. You're joining a network of more than 120,000 Bears who have walked this path before you. Missouri State alumni do bigger and … [Read more...] about Welcome to MarooNation, alumni
Colton Lynn first attended Mizzou. "When I was up there, it was really big and really beautiful. Mizzou has always struck me as that kind of campus - that you would see in movies. I went up there for that reason, and I ended up not liking it that much. I felt like a very small insect, like an ant, among a bunch of other ants." He decided to check out Missouri State. The … [Read more...] about Making a new home at Missouri State