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Fri February 10, 2012
Out-of-state applicants at record high for MU
The University of Missouri’s out-of-state applications outnumbered in-state applications for the first time in the school’s history. Vice Provost for Enrollment Manager Ann Korschgen said the recent rise is thanks to an increased recruitment the country, as well as the school's reputation.
By Orla O'Muiri (Columbia, Mo.)
“Once they were here they were so impressed by our offerings including our excellent academic programs and great facilities, our outstanding faculty who often meet with them, and our beautiful campus that these out-of-state students then enrolled. ”
Out-of-state students pay double the tuition Missouri students pay.