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This week's Photo of the Week, taken by Elsa Poynter, captures the beauty of a rainy spring day on campus. #ChooseRed  
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This week's Photo of the Week, taken by Michael J. House, captures a view of Dockery, the oldest building on campus, surrounded by beautiful blue skies and blooming green trees.
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Junior Athletic Training major Takao Iwano gained experience through an internship that allowed him to assist with athletic training for the Kansas City Royals and Seattle Mariners. #ChooseRed  http://bit.ly/1FKMkur
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Congratulations to Jeff Murphy, assistant director of University Relations for media relations, for being named the 2015 recipient of the J.P. Mees Outstanding Professional Staff Award. We're proud to have you as a member of the UCM family! http://bit.ly/1yW4tD3
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Emily Kleoppel, a Hospitality Management and Modern Languages student, is bringing her career dreams to life as a competitor in the regional Hy-Vee cake decorating competition: http://bit.ly/1O9rco9
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This week's Photo of the Week, taken by Ronandus Johnson Jr., captures the beauty of the Administration building amongst the blooming trees and warmer weather. 
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UCM students and volunteers recently collaborated to host a Merit Badge University at Skyhaven Airport to help local Boy Scouts earn hard-to-obtain badges. #ChooseRed  http://bit.ly/1d0PcfP
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Congratulations to our 2015 Charno Award finalists and winners Aubrey Winn and Tyler Shepard. We're proud of these engaged and committed students with bright futures ahead of them! ‪#‎ChooseRed‬
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congratulation Aubrey Winn and Tyler shepard I bet your parents are proud of you.
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This week's Photo of the Week, taken by Chaitanya Krishna, features a view of the friendship tower on a beautiful, clear evening. #ChooseRed  
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This week's Photo of the Week, taken by Donnaven Moser, captures the magnificence of the Student Recreation and Wellness Center on a beautiful evening.   #ChooseRed  
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After years of squirrels making UCM their home, the university has decided to make a change. Say hello to our new mascot, the UCM Squirrel! http://bit.ly/1BM2Tnm
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UCM Fashion and Merchandising students are using their skills to make a difference in the lives of breast cancer survivors and patients. http://bit.ly/1EFTT5e
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108 W South St Warrensburg, MO 64093
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The University of Central Missouri is a public, four-year university, with 150 programs of study. It’s home to more than 13,000 students from all over the world, offering students the opportunity to experience learning to a greater degree.
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"It is a university that provides a quality education."
"UCM's tuition costs is barely above that of most community colleges."
"...kept their tuition increases under 1% for the last five years at least."
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Shawna Newman
6 months ago
I received many hands-on experiences related to my field as a student at UCM. I graduated feeling prepared and confident, and was hired to start my professional career the Monday following graduation! Alum-2006
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Callista Bond
a year ago
I graduated with a BFA (Graphic Design) from the University of Central Missouri in 2007. I loved the campus, facilities and the variety of courses available for my major. Tuition was affordable and scholarships were fairly easy to obtain if you completed the work and requirements for them. All these years later I still feel I received an excellent, well-rounded education.
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Axel Velazquez
7 months ago
Nice place to study! I came here for an study abroad and i loved it!
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Jennifer Reid
a year ago
It is a university that provides a quality education. I also am very upset about the injustice done to Daisy Coleman, but UCM is an educational institution not a judicial review board. All charges were dropped against Mr. Barnett. UCM had no grounds to deny him admittance. We need to be giving our poor review to local and state officials who allowed the charges to be dropped without review not punishing a university with no ties to the situation.
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Hunter Paige Alford
10 months ago
I have never really been University of Central Missouri but to be honest I know what I want to do as my career I want to be a surgeon or nursing if surgeon doesn't work out for me but I have been online looking at colleges online for online schooling and going to school and when I saw this college I was like yup this is the college i want to go to, but I still have 4 more years left to go, I mean I'm 15 and just a freshman in high school. So it is going to be some big long 4 years for me to decide on if I still want this college and to be going to high school at the same time, but at least I have my high school guidance counslor! If you want to know more about this college go to their website at University of Central Missouir! :)
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Jim McAllister
a year ago
I graduated in 1969 and loved the school after serving in the Air Force from 1961-65. However, I totally severed my association with them during the last couple of years after the phony appearance of Obama in Warrensburg giving one of his mind numbing, liberal nonsense speeches with the usual wallpaper of kids behind him. In this case it was UCM students wearing UCM tee shirts and looking more like Hitler's children than the students I knew there. It was a disgusting sight and I immediately emailed the school to obliterate any records that I ever attended the place. They can pedal their liberal mentality somewhere else; they are an embarrassment of which I want no affiliation. My satisfaction now is telling students who inquire about college to go anywhere but the University of Central Missouri. I would rate them "no stars" but this critique will not register without at least one star. When you read it, subtract the star so I give my real rating.
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Silver Rain
a year ago
To the folks that have been downrating the college because of the rape allegations, I do want to say that it didn't happen at UCM. My suggestion is that you do proper research before posting things like this. The 'accused' might attend college at UCM now but there weren't charges on file to keep him from being admitted. This isn't the colleges fault. I also feel the need to point out that the 'accused' did not attend college when this happened because he was only 17 years old. So this whole thing you should know had nothing to do with UCM. I do want to say that I feel both the victim and the accused have the right to a voice on court. I don't know what happened, and neither does the public. the only people that really know are the two involved and the case file. It would be unfair of me on either account to voice an opinion without looking at the case file which I don't want to do. I feel if this happened to Daisy there are still legal steps that can be taken but that is how the situation should be dealt with. UCM is a great college from what I've seen and I look forward to starting class there very much. It has a great multicultural atmosphere which I'm thankful for. I have stopped various folks there when lost and no matter if they were headed to class or not they always take the time to usually walk me to the building I'm looking for. It's a comfortable place and I'm not going to let that change for me because of this. They have top of the line security and I'm thankful for that. It should also be known that UCM I believe they kept their tuition increases under 1% for the last five years at least. They are expanding programs and not cutting them and if you attend there they can 'mold your degree' around what job area you want to go into. This is helpful because if you want a job at the top of the top pay range a normal degree just doesn't usually do. Employers want you to know a certain range of things. They also have a lot of even Graduate degrees open for people that want to do a degree online! UCM also has really affordable tuition and gives poor students (like me) a chance at having a four year degree while still being able to commute from home (saving tons of money) and it allows me to keep up on things at home too. So that is the UCM I know and putting up bad ratings can really hurt a schools ability to keep tuition low and be devastating for the students who really deserve a chance to succeed. UCM's tuition costs is barely above that of most community colleges. This can only help a state in the long run so I urge you to take a moment to look up information before posting about a college that you've never even visited.
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MANIKANTA YADAV
a year ago
I did my graduation in computer science between 2008-2009 which was the best years of my life, filled with growth, excitement, responsibility, and the most amazing friends I could ever ever ask for god I loved the college.