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Choose Red to empower your potential.
At UCM, your professors will know you by your first name. You'll gain hands-on experience and impact the community through service-learning projects. Here, you'll have the opportunity to shape the future and make friendships that will last a lifetime.
At UCM, you'll get more than what's in the books. You'll discover learning to a greater degree.
If you are a high school student, transfer student, junior high student, or an adult returning to school, learn about UCM, program offerings and campus visits on the undergraduate admissions site.
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If your schedule makes attending classes in a classroom difficult for you, consider online classes at UCM. With a variety of undegraduate, graduate and certificate courses available, UCM can help you Choose Red even if you never visit campus.
Take Classes in Lee's Summit
If making it to our campus in Warresnburg won't work for you, you can Choose Red at the UCM Summit Center in Lee's Summit. Our evening and weekend courses make it possible to pursue an education and fulfill work and family obligations.
If you are not a citizen of the United States or do not have a Permanent Resident Card, start your journey to UCM on the International Center website.
Tuition & Fees
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We invite you, your family and friends to visit UCM and the city of Warrensburg to learn about our hands-on degree programs, vibrant student life and why you should Choose Red. Take a campus tour, meet with faculty and students, and learn why nearly 12,000 students are proud call UCM home.
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At UCM, you will gain valuable hands-on experience and real-world skills to help you excel in a fast-paced world. See our list of undergraduate majors for descriptions of each program and a four-year plan of study tailored to your needs.
What does it take to get admitted to UCM?
- Complete the Missouri college preparatory curriculum with a high school GPA of 2.0.
- Achieve a 21 or higher on the ACT or 990 on the SAT.
Most students take the test in their junior or senior year of high school. Ask your high school counselor for a schedule of test dates.
- Or a Combined Percentile Index equal to or exceeding 100.
Please see our admissions requirements page for more detailed information.
UCM is home to hundreds of student organizations and activities, which create a vibrant campus environment that Mules and Jennies are proud to call home. From our state-of-the-art Student Recreation and Wellness Center to the new Union Cinema, take time to experience life at UCM.
Housing & Dining
One of the best ways to adjust to college life is to live on campus in a residence hall, campus apartment or Greek house. UCM's residence halls are a short walk from anywhere on campus. UCM also provides Special Housing Interest Programs for students with similar interests and majors to live together. To read more about residential options, visit the housing website.
In addition to the dining halls, UCM has many convenient choices for student dining, including retail locations such as Chick-fil-A, Taco Bell, Pizza Hut, Einstein Bros. Bagels and Jazzman's coffee in Café Rouge. Read about meal plan and dining options on the dining services web site.