Where to Buy a University of Missouri Degree.

Where to Buy a University of Missouri Degree.
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The University of Missouri (Mizzou or MU) is a public land-grant research university in Columbia, Missouri. It is Missouri’s largest university and the flagship of the four-campus University of Missouri System. MU was founded in 1839 as the first public university west of the Mississippi River. It has been a member of the Association of American Universities since 1908 and is classified among “R1: Doctoral Universities – Very high research activity”.

Enrolling 31,041 students in 2023, it offers more than 300 degree programs in thirteen major academic divisions. Its Missouri School of Journalism, founded by Walter Williams in 1908, was established as the world’s first journalism school; it publishes a daily newspaper, the Columbia Missourian, and operates NBC affiliate KOMU. The University of Missouri Research Reactor Center is the sole source of isotopes in nuclear medicine in the United States. The university operates University of Missouri Health Care, running several hospitals and clinics in Mid-Missouri.

Its NCAA Division I athletic teams are the Missouri Tigers and compete in the Southeastern Conference. The American tradition of homecoming is claimed to have originated at MU. Its alumni, faculty, and staff include 18 Rhodes Scholars, 19 Truman Scholars, 150 Fulbright Scholars, 7 Governors of Missouri, and 6 members of the U.S. Congress. Two alumni and faculty have been awarded the Nobel Prize: alumnus Frederick Chapman Robbins won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1954 and George Smith was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 2018 while affiliated with the university.
In 1839, the Missouri Legislature passed the Geyer Act to establish funds for a state university. It was the first public university west of the Mississippi River. To secure the university, the citizens of Columbia and Boone County pledged $117,921 in cash and land to beat out five other central Missouri counties for the location of the state university. The land on which the university was constructed was just south of Columbia’s downtown and owned by James S. Rollins who was later called the “Father of the University.” As the first public university in the Louisiana Purchase, the school was shaped by Thomas Jefferson’s ideas about public education.The school initially admitted only white male students.]

In 1862, the American Civil War forced the university to close for much of the year.[34] Residents of Columbia formed a Union “home guard” militia that became known as the “Fighting Tigers of Columbia”. They were given the name for their readiness to protect the city and university. In 1890, the university’s newly formed football team took the name the “Tigers” after the Civil War militia.

In 1870, the institution was granted land-grant college status under the Morrill Act of 1862.[32] The act led to the founding of the Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy as an offshoot of the main campus in Columbia. It developed as the present-day Missouri University of Science and Technology. In 1888, the Missouri Agricultural Experiment Station opened. This grew to encompass ten centers and research farms around Missouri. By 1890, the university encompassed a normal college (for training of teachers of students through high school), engineering college, arts, and science college, school of agriculture and mechanical arts. school of medicine, and school of law.