MSU 62 students play on with the Community Band Bob Thurman, a retired emeritus MSU physics professor, is preparing for classes to start again in the fall. He’s not teaching — this time, he’s the student. Bob is an MSU 62 student enrolled in Missouri State University's Community Band. MSU 62 invites Missouri residents over the age of 62 to take a college course, tuition-free. … [Read more...] about Community Band is the most popular MSU 62 course
Missouri State University is a top choice among transfer students. On Thursday, September 23 MSU signed an agreement to make that choice even better for students. Representatives from Jefferson College and Missouri State University met to sign an articulation agreement. The agreement outlines a commitment to writing transfer 2+2 plans for Jefferson College students who … [Read more...] about Missouri State University and Jefferson College sign 2+2 plan agreement
Leadership from Crowder College and Missouri State University gathered to celebrate the opening of the newest teacher training program in southwest Missouri. Webb City, MO – Crowder College and Missouri State University announce expansion of their current partnership to include offering MSU’s Teacher Education program at Crowder College – Webb City. “Crowder College … [Read more...] about Crowder College and Missouri State University bring Teacher Education to Webb City
Missouri citizens age 62 and older can now log into MSU’s virtual classrooms. The MSU 62 program now includes online courses. Missouri State University's Adult Student Services offers MSU 62, a program offered for senior citizens to take classes tuition-free. As the name suggests, students must be at least 62 years old to participate. Both tuition and student services fees are … [Read more...] about Missouri State expands MSU62 to include online classes.
Ken Brown Department Head, Economics Missouri State University GOLD Class VIII: 2014-2015 After spending 20 years at the University of Northern Iowa, Dr. Ken Brown came to Missouri State University in 2014. Once he got settled, his Dean told him about Missouri State Noncredit’s Greater Ozarks Leadership Development (GOLD) program. Looking for a way to get involved with the … [Read more...] about GOLD Program Alumni Spotlight: Ken Brown