Institutional Characteristics 2010-11
Institution: University of Missouri-Columbia (178396)
User ID: 29C0011
Overview
Institutional Characteristics Overview
  Welcome to the Institutional Characteristics (IC) survey. This survey collects important information about your institution's mission, admissions, students services, and student charges.

Much of the data reported on the IC survey appear on the NCES College Navigator, a college search service for students. It is important to report data correctly, as College Navigator is only updated one time after IC data have been reviewed, so errors may stay on the website for a full year.

Additionally, the pricing data are used to calculate the net price of attendance in the Student Financial Aid survey. This has important implications for what students see about your institution, and also for the net price watchlists.

Remember, it is the responsibility of the keyholder to provide NCES with accurate data about the institution. Please never hesitate to call the IPEDS Help Desk and ask for help to make sure that you are reporting correctly!
 
  Changes to Institutional Characteristics:
  • Doctor's-Professional Practice tuition will be collected for 9 selected programs.
  • This survey component has been reordered, due to moving some of the items to the IC Header.
 
     
  Reviews of the IC survey indicate a number of places where many people make errors. Please review the common errors listed below to ensure your institution does not make any reporting errors which may affect your institution's appearance to students and others.  
 
  • Do not try to outsmart fatal errors. In some cases, this provides false information to students or may cause an institution to appear on a watch list. Fatal errors are there for a reason - contact the Help Desk at 877.225.2568 and they will happily help you to figure out what you are doing incorrectly, or provide an override if necessary.      
  • Admissions data are for first-time students only.      
  • Many institutions are open admission but indicate that they are not. If your institution only requires a GED or other high school equivalent and/or an ability to benefit test, your institution is open admission.
 
 
  • If your institution makes numerous exceptions to an on-campus housing requirement, you should not indicate that you require students to live on campus. This leads to inconsistent and problematic reporting on the Student Financial Aid survey.      
  • Program reporters need to report tuition, fees, and living expenses for the entire length of the program for which they are reporting. This has major implications for the calculation of net price.
 
  To download survey materials package for this component: Survey Materials

To see last year's data submission for this component: Reported Data
 
 

 
Institution: University of Missouri-Columbia (178396)
User ID: 29C0011
Part A - Mission Statement and System Office
1. Provide the institution's mission statement or a web address (URL) where the mission statement can be found. Typed statements are limited to 2,000 characters or less. The mission statement will be available to the public on College Navigator.
 
Mission Statement URL:    
Please begin URL with "http://" or "https://"
Mission Statement
 
2. System, Governing Board or Corporate Structure (please see instructions for reporting System or Corporate data).
Note: Do NOT indicate a religious affiliation here. That information is collected separately and differs from system name.
If you need assistance or need to make changes, contact the Help Desk at 1-877-225-2568. You will not be able to lock your submission if this question is blank.
    This institution is NOT a part of a system or corporate entity.
    This institution is a part of a system or corporate entity.
  Specify name of the system or corporate entity.                                                  
   University of Missouri

 
Institution: University of Missouri-Columbia (178396)
User ID: 29C0011
Part B - Admissions and Estimated Enrollment
1. Does your institution have an open admission policy for all or most entering first-time degree/certificate-seeking undergraduate-level students?
If the only requirement for admission is a high school diploma or GED/other equivalent, your institution is still considered open admission. Institutions that require only an Ability to Benefit or similar test beyond the diploma/equivalent are also considered open admission.
If your institution does not have an open admission policy, you will be expected to answer additional questions (B2, B3, and B4) regarding your admissions procedures and admissions yield.
       Yes
     No                                                                                
These context notes will be posted on the College Navigator. You may use the space below to provide context for the data you've reported above. These context notes will be posted on the College Navigator website, and should be written to be understood by students and parents.
 

 
Institution: University of Missouri-Columbia (178396)
User ID: 29C0011
Part B - Admission Requirements and Services - Admission Considerations
2. Please select the option that best describes how your institution uses any of the following data in its undergraduate selection process.
 
Admission Considerations Required Recommended Neither Required nor Recommended Don't Know
Secondary school GPA            
Secondary school rank            
Secondary school record            
Completion of college-preparatory program            
Recommendations            
Formal demonstration of competencies (e.g., portfolios, certificates of mastery, assessment instruments)            
Admission test scores
SAT / ACT
           
Other Test (ABT, Wonderlic, WISC-III, etc.)
Note: If this is the only requirement other than a diploma or equivalent, and few students are not admitted due to this test, please return to question 1 and indicate that your institution is open admission.
           
TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language)
           

 
Institution: University of Missouri-Columbia (178396)
User ID: 29C0011
Part B - Admission Requirements and Services - Selection Process
3. Provide the number of first-time, degree/certificate-seeking undergraduate students who applied, who were admitted, and who enrolled (either full- or part-time) at your institution for the most recent Fall period available. Include early decision, early action, and students who began studies during the summer prior to the selected fall reporting period.
Remember that this question is only applicable to first-time students, do not include other students in these totals.

Only report students at levels that you indicated were offered in the IC Header. If you made an error in the IC Header, please call the IPEDS Help Desk and correct your error.
Select reporting period:    Fall 2009              Fall 2010  
 
  Men Women Total
Number of applicants      
Number of admissions      
Number (of admitted) that enrolled full-time      
Number (of admitted) that enrolled part-time      
Total enrolled full-time and part-time  2,874  3,215  6,089
Percent of admissions enrolled by full-time and part-time  37  36  36
 
 
4. If test scores are required for admission for first-time, degree/certificate-seeking undergraduate students, provide the number and percentage of enrolled students submitting SAT and/or ACT scores, as well as the 25th and 75th percentile scores for each test. Provide writing test scores only if used for admission. Provide data for the most recent group of enrolled students for whom data are available. Include new students admitted the summer prior to the selected fall reporting period.
DO NOT convert test scores (e.g., do not convert an SAT score to an ACT scale, etc.). If you have numbers for both SAT and ACT scores, provide the percentiles for both tests.
Select reporting period    Fall 2009    Fall 2010    Test scores NOT required
Number of enrolled students that submitted SAT scores  
Percent of enrolled students that submitted SAT scores  
Number of enrolled students that submitted ACT scores  
Percent of enrolled students that submitted ACT scores  
 
  25th Percentile 75th Percentile
SAT Critical Reading    
SAT Math    
SAT Writing    
ACT Composite    
ACT English    
ACT Math    
ACT Writing    
These context notes will be posted on the College Navigator. You may use the space below to provide context for the data you've reported above. These context notes will be posted on the College Navigator website, and should be written to be understood by students and parents.
 

 
Institution: University of Missouri-Columbia (178396)
User ID: 29C0011
Part B - Estimated Fall Enrollment
Estimated 2010 Fall Enrollment
Provide an early estimate of the institution's fall enrollment for all levels offered. Levels should match those indicated 'Yes' in the IC Header survey. If you made an error in the Header survey, please contact the Help Desk.

These data will NOT appear in College Navigator, but will be made available via the IPEDS Data Center.
Estimates should be based on the definitions used in the IPEDS Fall Enrollment component submitted during the spring collection (for academic institutions report an estimate of the students that are/will be enrolled as of October 15, 2010; for program reporter institutions report an estimate of students enrolled in your institution at any time between August 1 and October 31, 2010). Prior year (PY) Fall Enrollment counts are provided for reference.
  Full-time FT PY Enroll-
ment
Part-time PT PY Enroll-
ment
Total
Undergraduate (academic or occupational programs)    22,371    1,428  24,834
Of undergraduates, those who are first-time, degree/certificate-seeking students
   5,499    90  6,089
Graduate    4,182    3,256  7,507

 
Institution: University of Missouri-Columbia (178396)
User ID: 29C0011
Part C - Student Services - Special Learning Opportunities
1. Does your institution accept any of the following? [Check all that apply]
 
       Dual credit (college credit earned while in high school)                    
     Credit for life experiences
     Advanced placement (AP) credits
     None of the above
 
2. What types of special learning opportunities are offered by your institution? [Check all that apply]
     
     Distance learning opportunities (e-learning)
     ROTC
       Army                   Navy                   Air Force               
     Study abroad
     Weekend/evening college
     Teacher certification (below the postsecondary level)
       Students can complete their preparation in certain areas of specialization
       Students must complete their preparation at another institution for certain areas of specialization
       This institution is approved by the state for the initial certification or licensure of teachers
     None of the above
3. If your institution grants a bachelor's degree or higher but does not offer a full 4-year program of study at the undergraduate level, how many years of completed college-level work are required for entrance?
 
Number of years                      

 
Institution: University of Missouri-Columbia (178396)
User ID: 29C0011
Part C - Student Services - Services, Library, Tuition
4. Which of the following selected student services are offered by your institution? [Check all that apply]
     
     Remedial services
     Academic/career counseling services
     Employment services for current students
     Placement services for program completers
     On-campus day care for children of students
     None of the above
   
5. Does your institution have its own library or are you financially supporting a shared library with another postsecondary education institution?
   
     Have our own library
     Do not have our own library but contribute financial support to a shared library
     Neither of the above
6. Indicate whether or not any of the following alternative tuition plans are offered by your institution.
 
  No
  Yes
  Tuition guarantee
  Prepaid tuition plan
  Tuition payment plan
  Other (specify in box below)
These context notes will be posted on the College Navigator. You may use the space below to provide context for the data you've reported above. These context notes will be posted on the College Navigator website, and should be written to be understood by students and parents.
 

 
Institution: University of Missouri-Columbia (178396)
User ID: 29C0011
Part C - Disability Service
Please indicate the percentage of all undergraduates enrolled during fall 2009 who were formally registered as students with disabilities with the institution's office of disability services (or the equivalent office).
       3 percent or less  
       More than 3 percent:   %
These context notes will be posted on the College Navigator. You may use the space below to provide context for the data you've reported above. These context notes will be posted on the College Navigator website, and should be written to be understood by students and parents.
 

 
Institution: University of Missouri-Columbia (178396)
User ID: 29C0011
Part D - Student Charges Questions
1. Are all full-time, first-time degree/certificate-seeking students required to live on campus or in institutionally-controlled housing?
If you answer Yes to this question, you will not be asked to report off-campus room and board in the price of attendance (D11).

If you make numerous exceptions to this rule, and have many of these students living off-campus, please answer No so that this does not cause conflicts with the Student Financial Aid survey.
     No
     Yes
2. Does your institution charge different tuition for in-district, in-state, or out-of-state students?
If you answer Yes to this question, you will be expected to report tuition amounts for in-district, in-state, and out-of-state students.

Please only select Yes if you really charge different tuition rates, or you will be reporting the same numbers 3 times.
     No
     Yes
3. Does your institution offer institutionally-controlled housing (either on or off campus)?
If you answer Yes to this question, you will be expected to specify a housing capacity, and to report a room charge or a combined room and board charge (D10).
     No
     Yes
  Specify housing capacity for academic year 2010-11
   
4. Do you offer board or meal plans to your students?
If you answer Yes to this question, you will be expected to report a board charge or combined room and board charge (D10).
     No
     Yes - Enter the number of meals per week in the maximum meal plan available
   
     Yes - Number of meals per week can vary (e.g., students' charge meals against a meal card)

 
Institution: University of Missouri-Columbia (178396)
User ID: 29C0011
Part D - Undergraduate Student Charges
If the institution charges an application fee, indicate the amount.
  Amount Prior year  
Undergraduate application fee    45  
 
5. Charges to full-time undergraduate students for the full academic year 2010-11
Please be sure to report an average tuition that includes all students at all levels (freshman, sophomore, etc.).
 
  In-district Prior year In-state Prior year Out-of-state Prior year
All full-time undergraduates
Average tuition    7,368    7,368    18,459
Required fees    1,133    1,133    1,133
6. Per credit hour charge for part-time undergraduate students
 
 
  In-district Prior year In-state Prior year Out-of-state Prior year
Per credit hour charge    246    246    615

 
Institution: University of Missouri-Columbia (178396)
User ID: 29C0011
Part D - Graduate Student Charges
If the institution charges an application fee, indicate the amount.
                      Amount Prior year
Graduate application fee    45
 
 
Please do not include tuition for Doctorís Degree Ė Professional Practice programs.
Data for those programs are collected separately.
7. Charges to full-time graduate students for the full academic year 2010-11
 
  In-district Prior year In-state Prior year Out-of-state Prior year
Average tuition    7,169    7,169    18,509
Required fees    1,018    1,018    1,018
 
8. Per credit hour charge for part-time graduate students
 
  In-district Prior year In-state Prior year Out-of-state Prior year
Per credit hour charge    299    299    771

 
Institution: University of Missouri-Columbia (178396)
User ID: 29C0011
Part D - Student Charges - Graduate, Doctor's Professional Practice Tuition
9. List the typical tuition and required fees for a full-time Doctor's - professional practice student in any of the selected programs for the full academic year 2010-11.
 
DO NOT include room and board charges
Doctor's degree - professional practice In-state Out-of-state
1. Chiropractic (D.C. or D.C.M.):
    Tuition amount    
  Required fees    
2. Dentistry (D.D.S. or D.M.D.):
  Tuition amount    
  Required fees    
3. Medicine (M.D.):
  Tuition amount    
  Required fees    
4. Optometry (O.D.):
  Tuition amount    
  Required fees    
5. Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.):
  Tuition amount    
  Required fees    
6. Pharmacy (Pharm.D.):
  Tuition amount    
  Required fees    
7. Podiatry (Pod.D., D.P., or D.P.M.):
  Tuition amount    
  Required fees    
8. Veterinary Medicine (D.V.M.):
  Tuition amount    
  Required fees    
9. Law (J.D.):
  Tuition amount    
  Required fees    

 
Institution: University of Missouri-Columbia (178396)
User ID: 29C0011
Part D - Student Charges - Room and Board
10. What are the typical room and board charges for a student for the full academic year 2010-11?
If your institution offers room or board at no charge to students, enter zero.
If you report room and board separately, leave the combined charge blank. If you report a combined charge, leave the room and board charges blank.
Room and board charges Amount Prior year
Room charge (Double occupancy)    4,710
Board charge (Maximum plan)    3,440
Combined room and board charge
(Answer only if you CANNOT separate room and board charges.)
 
   

 
Institution: University of Missouri-Columbia (178396)
User ID: 29C0011
Part D - Student Charges - Price of Attendance
11. Price of attendance for full-time, first-time undergraduate students:
Please enter the amounts requested below. These data will be made available to the public on College Navigator. Data for prior years may be corrected. If your institution participates in any Title IV programs (Pell, Stafford, etc.), you must complete all information for the current year. Estimates of expenses for books and supplies, room and board, and other expenses are those from the Cost of Attendance report used by the financial aid office in determining financial need. Please talk to your financial aid office to get these numbers, to ensure that you are reporting correct numbers.
Leave items that do not apply blank and the system will fill in as "not applicable" or indicate that more information is needed. For example, if your institution was not open in 2007-08, leave those cells blank and call the Help Desk to override any errors. DO NOT attempt to overcome the errors by entering false data.

 
If the 2010-11 tuition and/or fees for entering students are covered by a tuition guarantee program, check the applicable box(es) under 'Tuition Guarantee'. Additionally, if the guarantee is not for a 0% increase, please indicate the maximum % increase guarantee.
Charges for full academic year 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11    
Published tuition and required fees: Tuition Guarantee
(check only if applicable to entering students in 2010-11)
Guaranteed increase %
  In-district            
    Tuition             
    Required fees             
    Tuition + fees total  8,099  8,467  8,501  8,501    
  PY tuition + fees total  8099  8467  8501      
  In-state            
    Tuition             
    Required fees             
    Tuition + fees total  8,099  8,467  8,501  8,501    
  PY tuition + fees total  8099  8467  8501      
  Out-of-state            
    Tuition             
    Required fees             
    Tuition + fees total  18,755  19,558  19,592  20,516    
  PY tuition + fees total  18755  19558  19592      
               
  Books and supplies            
On campus:
  Room and board            
  Other expenses            
  Room and board and other expenses  10,030  10,990  11,200  11,717    
These context notes will be posted on the College Navigator. You may use the space below to provide context for the data you've reported above. These context notes will be posted on the College Navigator website, and should be written to be understood by students and parents.
 

 
Institution: University of Missouri-Columbia (178396)
User ID: 29C0011
Part E - Athletic Association
1. Is this institution a member of a national athletic association?
   No
   Yes - Check all that apply
     National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)
     National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA)
     National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA)
     United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA)
     National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA)                              
     Other
 
2. If this institution is a member of the NCAA or NAIA, specify the conference FOR EACH SPORT using the pull down menu.
 
Sport NCAA or NAIA member Conference
Football    No    Yes-Specify  
Basketball    No    Yes-Specify  
Baseball    No    Yes-Specify  
Cross country and/or track    No    Yes-Specify  
 

 
Institution: University of Missouri-Columbia (178396) User ID: 29C0011
Summary
Institutional Characteristics Component Summary
Academic Year Reporters

IPEDS collects important information regarding your institution. All data reported in IPEDS survey components become available in the IPEDS Data Center and appear as aggregated data in various Department of Education reports. Additionally, some of the reported data appears specifically for your institution through the College Navigator website and is included in your institutionís Data Feedback Report (DFR). The purpose of this summary is to provide you an opportunity to view some of the data that, when accepted through the IPEDS quality control process, will appear on the College Navigator website and/or your DFR. College Navigator is updated approximately three months after the data collection period closes and Data Feedback Reports will be available through the ExPT and sent to your institutionís CEO in November 2011.

Please review your data for accuracy. If you have questions about the data displayed below after reviewing the data reported on the survey screens, please contact the IPEDS Help Desk at: 1-877-225-2568 or ipedshelp@rti.org.

GENERAL INFORMATION
Mission Statement http://www.missouri.edu/about/mission.php
Special Learning Opportunities Distance learning opportunities (e-learning)
ROTC (Army
Navy
Air Force)
Study abroad
Weekend/evening college
Teacher certification (below the postsecondary level)
Student Services Academic/career counseling services
Employment services for current students
Placement services for program completers
Credit Accepted Dual credit (college credit earned while in high school)
Advanced placement (AP) credits
Undergraduate students enrolled who are formally registered with office of disability services 3 percent or less
PRICING INFORMATION
Estimated expenses for academic year for full-time, first-time students 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11
  $8,099 $8,467 $8,501 $8,501
  In-state tuition and fees $8,099 $8,467 $8,501 $8,501
  Out-of-state tuition and fees $18,755 $19,558 $19,592 $20,516
  Books and supplies $980 $1,020 $1,040 $1,070
  On Campus Room and Board $7,170 $8,100 $8,170 $8,607
  On Campus Other Expenses $2,860 $2,890 $3,030 $3,110
Average undergraduate student tuition and fees for academic year 2010-11 Tuition Fees
  In-district $7,368 $1,133
  In-state $7,368 $1,133
  Out-of-state $19,383 $1,133
Average graduate student tuition and fees for academic year 2010-11 Tuition Fees
  In-district $7,363 $1,017
  In-state $7,363 $1,017
  Out-of-state $19,008 $1,017
Alternative tuition plans Prepaid tuition plan
Tuition payment plan
ADMISSIONS INFORMATION
Open admission No
Undergraduate application fee 2010-11 $45
Undergraduate Admissions Fall 2010 Total Male Female
  Number of applicants 20,664 9,601 11,019
  Percent admitted 81% 80% 82%
  Percent admitted who enrolled 36% 37% 36%
Admissions Considerations Required Recommended
  Secondary school rank
Secondary school record
Completion of college-preparatory program
Admission test scores (SAT/ACT)
TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign language)
Secondary school GPA
Formal demonstration of competencies (e.g., portfolios, certificates of mastery, assessment instruments)
Test Scores Fall 2010 (enrolled full-time students) # Submitting Scores % Submitting Scores
  SAT 557 9%
  ACT 5,881 97%
  25th Percentile 75th Percentile
  SAT Critical Reading 540 650
  SAT Math 530 650
  SAT Writing N/A N/A
  ACT Composite 23 28
  ACT English 23 29
  ACT Math 22 27
  ACT Writing N/A N/A
Institution:  University of Missouri-Columbia (178396) User ID:  29C0011
 
Explanation Report
Number Source Location Description Severity Accepted
Screen: Selection Process
1 Row 29
Column 2
Screen Entry You reported the number of students who submitted SAT test scores but you did not enter any percentiles. Please explain or fix. Explanation Yes
Reason: SAT Writing scores are not available.
2 Row 29
Column 3
Screen Entry You reported the number of students who submitted SAT test scores but you did not enter any percentiles. Please explain or fix. Explanation Yes
Reason: SAT Writing scores are not available.
3 Row 33
Column 2
Screen Entry You reported the number of students who submitted ACT test scores but you did not enter any percentiles. Please explain or fix. Explanation Yes
Reason: ACT Writing scores are not available.
4 Row 33
Column 3
Screen Entry You reported the number of students who submitted ACT test scores but you did not enter any percentiles. Please explain or fix. Explanation Yes
Reason: ACT Writing scores are not available.