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Mizzou first public university in U.S. with accredited OTA-B program
Mizzou is one of only four universities in the country with such a program, though the other three are private schools. Currently, most OTA programs in the U.S. offer associate's degrees.
New study abroad program to focus on health care, public health in South Korea
Mizzou will launch its study abroad program in South Korea in the summer of 2024, with students spending two weeks in the country between late July and early August.
Work continues on $5 million Clark Hall renovation project
Renovations at Clark Hall are underway to create three classrooms and a reworked entrance to the south side of the building.
At the University of Missouri, we are deeply committed to diversity as a valuable component of Mizzou’s campus life, community and culture. At Mizzou, diversity is the rich variety of personal characteristics that we bring to our study, work, and other campus activities. These include differing identities, abilities, backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives. We value the uniqueness of every individual and strive to ensure each person’s success. We stand firmly convinced that by sharing and rallying our unique characteristics in service of our core campus values of respect, responsibility, discovery and excellence, we can make Mizzou a better place to learn, work, serve, and innovate.