University of Missouri Reviews
Rating 3.72 out of 5 3,206 reviews
I don't have any other online learning to compare to but I think for the most part it has been good. Most of my professors have been very adaptable to online learning such as added zooms for office hours and trying to provide the most help they can.
I like the environment of campus and love how large campus is. It's beautiful and I love walking around. It is hard this year to judge because I have been essentially all online.
Easy transition to online, flexible teachers, and lots of help from all faculty & staff. My advisor did a wonderful job helping me find the best course options for me with the online learning experience.
Great campus, knowledgable teachers, and wonderful atmosphere. Everyone is kind and considerate. The campus is well taken care of and there are many events offered to all students that make it a fun place to be!
Online courses have their challenges. These were no different. Good effort by the staff to do what they can.
Overall, my experience at the University of Missouri has been great. It is a very welcoming environment, and I got to have a job right away due to the pandemic. I have enjoyed living the college life but also making a little money.
It has been a real challenge coming in as a transfer student. If you take the route that I have taken so far to get through college, then it has been hard transferring and moving into a whole different college world and community during this pandemic. I graduated high school and immediately went to a community college. After graduating and not taking any time off, I then started classes here at the University of Missouri-Columbia. It was a very welcoming environment, but it was hard to adjust to the level of education that I had never experienced before. Then on top of coming to and adjusting, I had to do everything online. There was no in person orientation or anything, it was straight zoom calls and emailing all the way through since the beginning of transferring. All of my classes have still been online so it has been difficult getting ahold of teachers and fixing things for my grade. Having a routine has also been difficult because you don't have to get up and go to class.
I loved everything about Mizzou. It is a large school, but there are lots of opportunities to make a large school feel smaller. I had good experiences with counselors and had no problem completing all my required courses for my degree.
I did not take any classes online but I had many friends who did and succeeded! The courses were easy to manage and professors were quick to respond and commmunicate.
It's a good school but overall overpriced. I'm applying for scholarships right now in an attempt to not go broke. The teachers are like 50/50 whether they'll be awesome or awful.
Mizzou made me the student and employee I am today. The curriculum challenged me and the experience molded me into a successful, happy, and well balanced adult. MIZ!
Online classes are straightforward and easy to navigate. There is no difference in quality to be observed between online and in person learning at Mizzou.
Online experience at Mizzou was a light effort experience, I can honestly say not much critical thinking and learning involved.
Liked the distance from home as well as social experience. Like Division 1 sports especially football.
I have not taken any classes online but am considering attending beginning my freshman year of college in person.
I positively loved my time at Mizzou. I never felt like a number- especially once I got into my major. It's expensive, but it's on par with other institutions of the same caliber. My professors were largely excellent, and I love downtown Columbia.
I only took a couple of classes online, but they were well-managed and all deadlines and expectations were clear.