13 Reasons You Should Choose Missouri State
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13 Reasons You Should Choose Missouri State

The Bears are the best.

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13 Reasons You Should Choose Missouri State

I chose Missouri State for several reasons. When I toured the campus, I knew it was the place for me. When I arrived in the fall began to understand the great decision I had made. I have found a lifeline, a support system, and a second family. You should always go maroon!

The Beautiful Campus

From the fountain to the beautiful architectural design of the buildings Missouri State is the most beautiful campus in the USA.

All The Free Stuff

Free concerts, free t-shirts, and most importantly free food.

We Have Growing Programs

Our women's basketball team dominates, and so does our fine arts.

It Is An Inclusive Campus

We are very accepting of people from all backgrounds.

 Our President

Clif Smart is an ICON.

Our Mascot Is A Bear

RAWR, Go Bears!

We Have Great Greek Life

Fraternity-Sorority Life here is a huge family.

There Is An Academic Program For Everyone

With MSU's create your own major, the options are endless.

Springfield's Culture

Downtown and the mall are some of the best places ever.

There Is Mexican Villa

If you know, you know.

We Have Pineapple Whip

Thousands of endless options that taste amazing.

Endless Leadership Options

There are several opportunities to get involved on campus. Whether it be University Ambassadors or joining a club MSU offers different ways to be a leader.

Missouri State Will Quickly Become Your Home

You will quickly feel like campus is your home, and it is where you always want to be.

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