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UM System Fast Facts

  • Campuses - Columbia, Kansas City, Rolla, and St. Louis.
  • Total enrollment, Fall 2013 - 75,272
  • Total degrees granted, FY13 - 16,867
  • Total faculty, Fall 2012 - 8,079 (66% full-time, 34% part-time)
  • Total staff, Fall 2012 - 16,202 (77% full-time, 23% part-time)
  • Total Graduate Assistants, Fall 2012: 4,076
  • Total student financial aid, FY12 - $876.3 million in grants, loans, work programs, scholarships, fellowships and other aid
  • Net book value of capital assets, as of FY12 - $2.8 billion
  • Land holdings - 20,019 acres
  • Grants and contracts revenue, FY12 - $312 million (includes federal and state, industry, foundations, other universities and states, not-for-profit organizations and trade associations)
  • Total gifts, FY12 - $126.6 million (includes unrestricted private gifts, capital gifts and gifts for endowment)
  • Endowment & similar funds, FY12 - Market value: $1,062,813,865; Endowment per student FTE: $18,697

University of Missouri Health System

  • Vice Chancellor for Health Affairs - Harold "Hal" Williamson, MD
  • Health care providers - University Hospital and Clinics, Women's and Children's Hospital, Ellis Fischel Cancer Center, Missouri Orthopaedic Institute, Rusk Rehabilitation Center, Missouri Rehabilitation Center - Mt. Vernon, University Physicians, Missouri Psychiatric Institute.
  • Uncompensated care, FY12 - $32.8 million
  • Patients admitted, FY12 - 22,108
  • Patient days of care FY12 - 120,985
  • Clinic visits, FY12 - 553,300
  • Emergency and Trauma Center visits, FY12 - 51,632
  • Major surgical operations, FY12 - 22,774
  • Patient origin - All 114 Missouri counties, plus several states and foreign countries
  • Services - Mid-Missouri's only Level 1 Trauma Center; Helicopter service; Burn Intensive Care Unit; Fertility and reproductive health program; High-risk obstetrics; Comprehensive children's services; Comprehensive cancer center; Minimally invasive surgery; Orthopaedic surgery; Cardiovascular services; Behavioral health; Gastrointestinal services; Neurosciences.

Campuses

University of Missouri-Columbia

  • Chancellor - R. Bowen Loftin, Ph.D.
  • Academic Units - Colleges: Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources; Arts and Science; Business; Education; Engineering; Human Environmental Sciences; Veterinary Medicine. Schools: Accountancy; Health Professions; Information Science and Learning Technologies; Journalism; Law; Medicine; Music; Natural Resources; Nursing; Public Affairs; Social Work. Also: Honors College, Graduate School, Extension.
  • Enrollment, Fall 2013 - 34,616
  • Degrees granted, FY13 - 8,238
  • Faculty, Fall 2012 - 4,605 (68% full-time, 32% part-time)
  • Staff, Fall 2012 - 12,026 (73% full-time, 27% part-time)
  • Student financial aid, FY13 -  $441,040,078 awarded to 28,459 students
  • Mascot - Bengal Tiger
  • Colors - Black and gold

University of Missouri-Kansas City

  • Chancellor - Leo E. Morton
  • Academic Units - College of Arts and Sciences. Conservatory of Music and Dance.  Schools: Biological Sciences; Dentistry; Education; Computing and Engineering; Graduate Studies; Law; Henry W. Bloch School of Management; Medicine; Nursing; Pharmacy. Also: Continuing education offerings coordinated by most schools.
  • Enrollment, Fall 2013 - 15,718
  • Degrees granted, FY13 - 3,338
  • Faculty, Fall 2012 - 1,877 (69% full-time, 31% part-time).
  • Staff, Fall 2012 - 1,548 (87% full-time, 13% part-time).
  • Student financial aid, FY13 - $200,758,743 awarded to 11,866 students
  • Mascot - Kangaroo
  • Colors - Blue and gold

Missouri University of Science and Technology

  • Chancellor - Cheryl B. Schrader, Ph.D.
  • Enrollment, Fall 2013 - 8,129
  • Degrees granted, FY13 - 1,792 (Excludes Certificates)
  • Faculty, Fall 2012 - 475 (75% full-time, 25% part-time)
  • Staff, Fall 2012 - 924 (86% full-time, 14% part-time)
  • Student financial aid, FY13 - $97,511,157 awarded to 7,066 students
  • Mascot - Miner
  • Colors - Silver and gold

University of Missouri-St. Louis

  • Chancellor - Thomas F. George, Ph.D.
  • Academic Units - Colleges: Arts and Sciences; Nursing; Business Administration; Education; Fine Arts and Communication; Honors College, Optometry. Also: Graduate School, School of Social Work; UM-St. Louis/Washington University Joint Undergraduate Engineering Program, Continuing Education & Outreach.
  • Enrollment, Fall 2013 - 16,809
  • Degrees granted, FY13 - 3,064
  • Faculty, Fall 2012 - 1,120 (47% full-time, 53% part-time)
  • Staff, Fall 2012 - 1,180 (79% full-time, 21% part-time)
  • Student financial aid, FY13 - $137,047,740 awarded to 12,125 students
  • Mascot - Triton
  • Colors - Red and gold

Tuition Rates 2013-2014

Tuition Rates for Missouri Residents per credit hour

Undergraduate    Graduate   
Columbia $274.00 $342.20
Kansas City $270.10 $337.40
Rolla    $274.00 $370.10
St. Louis* $315.80 $409.10

* Reflects new combined tuition and required fees rate

Students from out-of-state counties contiguous to the counties in which UM-Kansas City and UM-St. Louis are located pay the same fees as Missouri residents to attend those campuses.

Tuition Rates for Non-Residents per credit hour

Undergraduate    Graduate   
Columbia $752.30 $883.60
Kansas City $695.00 $871.10
Rolla    $779.50 $955.50
St. Louis* $814.30 1,008.50

For professional schools and certain other programs, different fees may apply. The above information is a general guide only. All educational and other fees are subject to change at any time.

Room and Board Rates, 2011-2012

  • MU - Residence Halls, $8,240/academic year; Family housing, $395-$645/month.
  • UMKC - Residence halls, $8,754/academic year.
  • Missouri S&T - Residence halls, $8,010/academic year; Family housing, $630-$815/month
  • UMSL - Residence halls, $9,252/academic year; Family housing, $430-$830/month.

Rates reflect the predominant plan, per person, double room, with meals. Details vary; contact campus for specifics.

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