Northwest Missouri State is a public university that offers Bachelors and Masters programs at an affordable cost. We have scholarships available to ALL students who qualify.
Some highlights of Northwest include:
•A safe, friendly place to study in the Midwest--ranked #22 safest college town!
•Quality education at a low cost
•ALL courses taught by professors
•Scholarships available to ALL undergraduate and graduate students
•Strong Career Placement after graduation
•Opportunities for directed research with faculty
•Small class size and personal attention
•$25,300 UG annual cost includes tuition, laptop, textbooks, housing/meals, insurance, airport pickup, academic support, WiFi, campus shuttle
•$20,700 GR annual cost includes all of above except textbooks
•Ranked #1 Regional Selective university in Missouri--US News
•Ranked #1 in Missouri for Getting a Job-- Zippia.com
•One of the Safest College Towns
Many international students choose to study in Missouri due to the state's highly ranked and prestigious universities. New reports show a substantial increase in the number of international students in Missouri by more than 18 percent over last year. Because of this growth, Missouri was recently ranked the 16th state in the nation for its ability to attract international students.
Read our full article on studying in Missouri
Career Services The Career Services office at Northwest helps their students choose a major, supports them to find an internship, search for jobs and provides career guidance and critiques for job interviews, resumes, cover letters, and networking. Jobs after Graduation Northwest strives to prepare students for successful careers and we believe it is important to continuously evaluate the post-graduation status of our graduates.
Career Services surveys the previous academic year graduates and organizes the data to provide a view of “first destination” employment and continuing education statistics. The data reported is six months after graduation (industry standard).
Of undergraduates 97% secure employment or continue education within six months of graduation
Agricultural Sciences - Job placement=98.2%
Behavioral Sciences - Job placement=97.27%
Business - Job placement=98.3%
Communication & Mass Media - Job placement=96.3%
Professional Education - Job placement=99.1%
Fine & Performing Arts - Job placement=92.9%
Health & Human Services - Job placement=95.7%
Humanities & Social Sciences - Job placement=97.9%
English and Modern Languages - Job placement=95.5%
Mathematics, Computer Science & Information Systems - Job placement=93.6%
Natural Science - Job placement=94.1%
Graduate Student Job Placement is 99%
Computer Science: 100%
Information Systems: Newer Program-Date Available in 2018
Health Sciences: 100%
Agricultural Sciences: 100%
Mathematics & Statistics: 100%
Textbooks and Laptop Included Studying just got a little easier. Students at Northwest save $7,200 over four years in textbook and laptop fees with the school's rental program. (Graduate students pay for textbooks.)
Rental of your primary textbooks is included in your tuition and fees. Full-time undergraduate (at least 12 credit hours) and graduate students (at least 9 credit hours) will also receive a fully loaded laptop to use while studying at Northwest. Northwest students save time and money by not having to find, buy and resell textbooks, and on-campus technical support is provided to students.
Since 1987, Northwest has provided laptops to all students. Free campus-wide WiFi, free IT help, up-to-date hardware and all the software needed for classes assure you will have a positive classroom experience--and save you money!
The Electronic Campus and Computing Museum Northwest Missouri State University has been directly and indirectly involved in computing technology since 1945 when Northwest alumnus Jean Jennings Bartik became one of the first computer programmers.
Jean was one of only six women involved in programming the ENIAC, the world's first Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer. She also went on to program the UNIVAC I, the world's first commercial computer.