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Discover your home away from home. Visit UCM.

Call 660-543-8569 or 877-SAY-UCMO.

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Visiting, Post-baccalaureate, and Readmitted Students

Visiting college students, post-baccalaureate students, and readmitted students should follow the following steps. High school students who wish to take a class at UCM while still enrolled in high school should contact admissions at 660.543.4290 or Note that students suspended or dismissed from UCM should also submit the petition for reinstatement in MyCentral. Visit for more information on the reinstatement process.

Step 1: Complete the application.

Complete and submit the university application.

  • Apply online.
  • Download the application and fill it out by hand.
  • Request an application by phone at 877-729-8266.

If you're a post-baccalaureate student or visiting college student, enclose your $30 application fee. Students seeking readmission do not need to submit an application fee. Note that visiting college students are not required to submit transcripts for admission; however, for placement and prerequisite purposes, students may need transcripts for enrollment.

Step 2: Visit campus.

The best way to get to know UCM is to schedule a campus visit to explore the campus in person.

Step 3: Explore Financial Aid.

If you’re a readmitted student and you’re applying for need-based financial aid, obtain the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) after January 1 from UCM's Office of Student Financial Services. The priority deadline to file the FAFSA is April 1 to the Department of Education. UCM's FAFSA code is 002454.

Note that financial aid is not available to visiting, high school, dual credit high school students, or students not enrolled in a degree program.