Funding for MU
As Missouri moves into a 21st century global information economy, it is essential that the state has a highly literate, educated and innovative workforce.
As a land-grant and public university it essential for the Missouri legislature to live up to its obligation of providing a high quality education at an affordable cost for students from farms and working-class and middle-class families.
The Missouri legislature has not lived up to its obligations to the people of Missouri.
Contact the Missouri legislature and tell them you want increased funding for higher education at: http://www.house.mo.gov and http://www.senate.mo.gov.
MU RankingsApril 20, 2010: Ranking rankles students U.S. News and World Report ranked MU's law school 93rd this year, a nearly 30-spot drop from its 65th-place ranking last year. The law school's ranking had hovered between 58 and 69 on the list over the past eight years. -- In related news, of the 200 U.S. Law Schools, MU ranks 180th in expenses per degree awarded.
August 20, 2009: US News & World Report Best Colleges 2010 MU Ranking: #102, Score: 40, Tier 1, Natl. Univ.
Forbes Best College Rankings 2009 Complete List for 2009 MU Ranking: #374
Forbes Best College Rankings 2008 Complete List for 2008 MU Ranking: #264