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University of Missouri (a.k.a. Mizzou), Columbia, Mo.
Four-year public university
Admission difficulty: Easy
Size: About 29,000
Tuition: About $18,500/year for nonresidents
Who goes there: Midwesterners who brag about “take your tractor to school days” in high school; Texans; Jews from Chicago; students from the coasts seeking a change of scenery.
What you’ll find: Large Greek community; Midwestern hospitality at its finest; four seasons; a quintessential college town with something to offer everyone.
Pride points: Doing anything we can to make us superior to our bitter rival, the University of Kansas; famous alumni such as Sheryl Crow and almost Brad Pitt (he left two weeks before graduation); athletics (specifically football and basketball, despite their inconsistency); the world’s first school of journalism; the first school to hold homecoming festivities in 1911.
Pros: Beautiful scenery on campus and throughout Columbia; only two hours from either St. Louis or Kansas City; there’s always something to do on campus or in “the District,” Columbia’s downtown area.
Cons: Unpredictable weather all of the time; not much diversity; locals often refer to Missouri as “Missourah.”
Reviewed by: Jamie Scheirer, a 2008 graduate of Clearwater Central Catholic. She is majoring in journalism with an emphasis on print and digital news and plans to graduate in 2012.