UMKC Catalog


University of Missouri System Information
Campus locations: Kansas City, Columbia, Rolla, St. Louis

Total enrollment (fall 2006): 63,783; 75 percent undergraduates, 25 percent graduate and first professional students

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Total degrees granted: 12,323 in fiscal year 2006

Total faculty (fall 2006): 7,478; 67 percent full time, 33 percent part time

Total staff (fall 2006): 16,457; 74 percent full time, 26 percent part time

Student financial aid: $587,705,678 in grants, loans, work programs, scholarships, fellowships and other aid awarded to 51,341 students in fiscal year 2006

Land holdings: 19,517 acres

Campus Information

Inquiries regarding admission to the other three campuses of the University of Missouri should be directed to the following addresses. Phone numbers are also listed.

University of Missouri-Columbia

Academic Units

    College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources
    College of Arts and Sciences
    College of Business
    College of Education
    College of Engineering
    College of Human Environmental Sciences
    College of Veterinary Medicine
    School of Accountancy
    School of Fine Arts
    School of Health Professions
    School of Information Science and Learning Technologies
    School of Journalism
    School of Law
    School of Medicine
    School of Music
    School of Natural Resources
    School of Nursing
    School of Public Affairs
    School of Social Work
    Graduate School
    Honors College
    Extension Division

University of Missouri-Rolla

Academic Units

    College of Arts and Sciences
    School of Engineering
    School of Management and Information Systems
    School of Mines and Metallurgy
    Office of Continuing Education

University of Missouri-St. Louis

Academic Units

    College of Arts and Sciences
    School of Nursing and Health Studies
    College of Business Administration
    College of Education
    College of Fine Arts and Communication
    College of Optometry
    Evening College
    Continuing Education Outreach
    Graduate School
    Honors College
    St. Louis/Washington University
      Joint Undergraduate Engineering Program
    Continuing Education and Outreach

University of Missouri Extension

Every year, more than 1 million Missourians turn to University of Missouri Extension to help them address complex change, solve problems and make informed decisions. They benefit from one-on-one assistance, seminars, online courses and research-based publications. They further their formal education through degrees and continuing education.

An integral part of the University’s land-grant mission, University of Missouri Extension is a joint venture of the UM campuses, Lincoln University, the people of Missouri through county extension councils, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and other stakeholders and partners. People throughout Missouri have access to University experts through county extension centers and through the Web:

Using science-based knowledge, University of Missouri Extension focuses University resources on high-priority needs at the local level. Educational programs address agriculture and natural resources; business and workforce development; community development; 4-H youth development; and human environmental sciences, including health and nutrition.

The statewide TeleCenter Network, administered by University of Missouri Extension, links University faculty and staff with local learners using interactive video and other distance technologies to deliver credit and non-credit education to citizens at times and places convenient for them.