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Northwest Missouri State University 2015-2016

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Transcript of Northwest Missouri State University 2015-2016

Most of Northwest’s campus-wide utility needs are provided through alternative fuels.

Northwest recycles aluminum, plastic, paper and glass containers.

Home to the Missouri Arboretum, Northwest has more than 1,700 trees.

Northwest’s paper collection diverts 30% of solid waste from the landfill.

We create nearly 65% of our own electicity.

Northwest’s R.T. Wright Farm processes animal waste into compost.
Green Campus
95% of freshmen live on campus

Academic Living Communities for select majors

Apartments and suites available for upperclassmen

Free laundry facilities on campus

Multiple meal options from our food court to convenience service at The Station

Food options including the following brand names:
Where you’ll live & eat
Safe, friendly and supportive college town.

Easy drive to Kansas City, Des Moines and Omaha.

Maryville is full of Bearcat pride.
The ’Ville
Student body
Affordable Investment
Make the transition
Tuition and Fees Per Year
(14 credit hours/trimester)
In-State $8,566.88
Out-of-State $14,232.96

Room and Board Per Year
Hudson/Perrin $9,612
Traditional Living $8,558
Modified Suites $9,112
Tower Suites $9,466
Apartments $570/month
(w/o board)

Total Investment Per Year
In-State $18,343.88
Out-of-State $24,242.92
Summer Orientation Advisement & Registration in June

4-day program in August

1 credit hour course your first trimester
Average age of 20

37% out-of-state

Honors program for 26+ ACT and
3.5 + GPA

11.8% international enrollment
• More than 120 programs of study

• 95% of students participate in profession-based learning experiences

• Profession-based learning includes internships, study abroad programs, student-faculty research and service learning
Become involved starting your freshman year

83% of the student body is involved in one or more organizations

Students gave more than 25,000 hours of service to the community during the last school year

1,200 student employment positions available on campus

More than 50% of the student body participates in intramural sports

Cheer on the DII Bearcats!

15% of student body is greek.
Academic Awards
President’s (competitive) $8,000
Distinguished Scholars $4,000
Academic Excellence $3,000
Tower Scholarship $2,000
University Scholar $1,500
Northwest Merit $1,000
A+ Scholarship $1,500

Out-of-State Awards
Green and White Advantage $3,160**
Bearcat Advantage $6,320**

Need-Based Awards
American Dream Grant varies*
Bearcat Grant varies*
Northwest Grant varies*
Adopt-a-Bearcat Scholarship $500

*based upon need and academic criteria, evaluated
on an individual basis
**estimate based on 30 credit hours per year.
all costs and scholarship figures as of fall 2016 trimester
Small class size allows faculty to serve as academic advisor, professor, student organization advisor and colleague.

Faculty members have posted office hours so you know when they are available to meet with you

95% of all tenure and tenure-track faculty have the highest degree in their field

97% of undergraduates find employment or continue their education six months after graduation

100% placement rate in 50+ majors

Almost 60% of students will have completed an internship before graduation.
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