Earn a Mizzou degree online — ranked as one of the best by U.S. News & World Report
Announcing the new Mizzou Online Community College Award
Receive a 10 percent tuition award for your online bachelor's degree. The award is available to graduates of Missouri's public, regionally accredited community colleges who also are Missouri residents.
Once you have been admitted to Mizzou, our transfer admissions evaluators will review your previously earned college credit and help you understand which courses transfer. You can also check for yourself which credits will likely transfer using the transfer course equivalencies site or this handy tool at transferology. Call us at 573-882-2491, and we can help you get started.
The University of Missouri has formal articulation agreements with colleges around the state. These agreements establish course transfer details for certain programs. You CAN transfer to Mizzou from a community college without a formal articulation agreement; use the transfer course equivalency links above to estimate what will transfer.
Each online bachelor's program has staff who will work with you to choose your classes. And, as your dedicated distance student support team, Mizzou Online exists to help you with procedures and information.
Scholarships and aid
The Student Financial Aid Office will assist you in understanding financial aid options, including the Missouri Community College Scholarship and other aid programs. And if you are a graduate of a regionally accredited Missouri community college and are a Missouri resident, you'll qualify for the Mizzou Online Community College Tuition Award.
How to get started
Choose your program of interest and sign up for email updates about the program.
Review Mizzou's transfer application process and the admission standards for your program of interest.