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Northwest Missouri State University

United States of America

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Northwest Missouri State University History

Northwest Missouri State University was founded in 1905 and is located in Maryville, Missouri. It was originally established as a teacher's college. Over the course of time, Northwest Missouri State University over went multiple transitions in terms of structure and administration to reach the quality and education that it offers today.

Northwest Missouri State University Programs, Courses, and Schools

Northwest Missouri State University comprises the College of Arts and Sciences that holds the departments of Fine and Performing Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, Language, Literature and Writing, Mathematics and Statistics, and Natural Sciences. The University also comprises Professional schools such as the School of Agricultural Sciences, School of Business, School of Communication and Mass Media, Computer Science and Information Systems, School of Education and School of Health Science and Wellness. Apart from these, the University has a Graduate School.

Northwest Missouri State University Campuses

Northwest Missouri State University has a single campus at Maryville. The campus life at the university is said to be of high quality. The University comprises academic and administrative buildings and various centers for the student's wellness and provisions of recreation. The residence and dining halls are also located within the campus that provides a very peaceful positive atmosphere.

Northwest Missouri State University USP and Achievements

Northwest Missouri State University comprises of various multicultural student organizations such as Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, (HERO) Helping Everyone regardless of Orientation, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Minority Men’s Organization, (SISTAH) Spiritually Involved Sisters Together Achieving Harmony and First Ladies Organization.

It is a known fact of the University that the students are given more than 1,200 opportunities to build their resumes on campus through student employment

Northwest Missouri State University Notable Alumni

Pat Danner (Former U.S. representative from Missouri), Kim Reynolds (Governor of Iowa), Mike Shane (Professional wrestler), Jason R. Brown (Republican leader in the Missouri House of Representatives)

Northwest Missouri State University Programs

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Standard Test

Northwest Missouri State University Application Requirements

2.7
GPA
35
IB
82
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Northwest Missouri State University Cost of studies

Fees

Fees may vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific fees.

 

Northwest Missouri State University Deadlines

Fall: June 15

Spring: November 1

Deadlines may vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific deadlines.

 

Northwest Missouri State University Scholarships

1. International Baccalaureate Diploma Scholarship

Northwest's goal is to make higher education accessible to as many qualified students as possible. The University grants scholarships to students based on academic ability, financial need or a combination of both need and academic merit.

Eligibility Criteria/ Scholarship Guidelines

To be eligible for this scholarship candidate should fulfill the below criteria:

First-time freshman.

Accepted for admission by May 1.

A student does NOT have to have IB diploma at time of application but must show proof of IB degree upon matriculating at Northwest Missouri State University.

An actual award made upon confirmation that the IB Diploma has been earned.

2. Northwest International Achievement Scholarship

Northwest's goal is to make higher education accessible to as many qualified students as possible. The University grants scholarships to students based on academic ability, financial need or a combination of both need and academic merit.

Eligibility Criteria/ Scholarship Guidelines

 All students arriving on NIAS funds will receive an extended session on how to maintain funding for their entire degree.

For NEW freshmen (first-year students) to be eligible for the NIAS, you must have graduated from a non-English speaking school and be at one of the following levels of English proficiency: 65 on Internet-based TOEFL -or- 513 on Paper-based TOEFL -or- 6.0 on Academic IELTS -or- 50 on Pearson Test of English International freshmen who are not required to provide proof of English language proficiency because they are from an English-speaking country. They are eligible with a 3.00 high school grade point average or with an SAT score of at least 980 or ACT score of at least 21.

For international NEW transfer students to be eligible for the NIAS, you must move to Northwest with a 3.00 GPA in at least 24 hours of transferable credit and meet the Standard English proficiency levels for international approvals. Transfer students with lesser than 24 transferable hours will be eligible based on undergraduate criteria. These are automatic scholarships that will be applied to the student's account. There is no application required to be considered for these scholarships.

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