WARRENSBURG — U.S. News & World Report, one of the most widely known sources used by prospective students to find schools that match their educational needs and goals, has announced its 2020 Best Colleges rankings.
WARRENSBURG — In his second State of the University address, University of Central Missouri President Roger Best reflected on the 2018-2019 school year, discussed the current state of the university and set future goals of UCM.
WARRENSBURG — The world may seem like a large place, but the opportunity to experience new people from countries and cultures around the globe just got a whole lot closer for students at the University of Central Missouri.
WARRENSBURG — Roger Best, president of the University of Central Missouri, will present the 2019 State of the University Address from 3:30 to 5 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 29, in the James L. Highlander Theatre.
WARRENSBURG — A recent ranking by AffordableSchools.net places the University of Central Missouri as 19th among 35 ‘Top Value Criminal Justice Studies Online Degree Programs (Bachelor’s) 2019.’
WARRENSBURG — A 200-member group at the University of Central Missouri is raising funds for a new look and an anonymous $50,000 donation is helping the group reach its goal.
WARRENSBURG — Every year, bands and ensembles across Missouri submit their best performances for a chance to perform at the Missouri Music Educators Association State Convention.
WARRENSBURG — The Princeton Review has named the University of Central Missouri among the Best in the Midwest schools for the pursuit of higher education.
WARRENSBURG — The 2019 Get the Red Out street fair is planned for 4 to 6:30 p.m. Sept. 5 at the University of Central Missouri. This is the 15th consecutive year for Get the Red Out.
WARRENSBURG — The University of Central Missouri will welcome a group of freshmen to campus Thursday, Aug. 15, through Sunday, Aug. 18, for the UCM Experience Kickoff, an exclusive program designed to ease the transition to college for new Central Missouri students.
WARRENSBURG — The University of Central Missouri has been named a recipient of the 2019 SPEAK OUT! & LOUD Crowd Grant program developed by the Parkinson Voice Project.