For more information on financial aid at Missouri State University, including FAQs and tools like the Net Price Calculator, visit the Financial Aid website to remove the intimidation factor out of college expenses.
Discover what makes Missouri State an incredible value by visiting the Tuition, Costs and Fees website, featuring easy-to-read details about all the expenses, aid opportunities and potential payments.
Missouri State student Brian Schwabauer won the NCES Net Price video contest award with this slick infographic video that helps make figuring out college finances simple in a minute and a half.
For example, here's a look at the costs for an average Missouri State, in-resident student taken from the Tuition, Costs and Fees webpage:
- In State tuition & fees = $7,060 ($2000 less than U.S. average Four-Year Public tuition $9,139)
- Room & Board (average) = $8,130
- Books & Supplies (average) = $1,100
- TOTAL = $16,290/year
Eat, sleep and breathe Missouri State. Check out the link for more info on living on campus.
The Living Learning Communities are one of your on-campus residential living opportunities. 15 different LLC’s provide students with an opportunity to live in a residence hall with others who share a common interest. LLC examples: Creative Minds, Science/Technology/Engineering & Math, Bears Business Community, Future Health Care Professionals, Global Community, Agriculture, etc.
Not from 'round here? No problem. Check out the link for information on waiver's for eligible non-resident students.
Additional financial resources
Get ahead of the game with a job at Missouri State. Apply for part-time, summer and work study positions by following the link.
Empower your fiscal sensibilities with the "Real L.I.F.E" program. Guides, tools and learning events are designed to help you understand exactly what you need to know about college finances.
The main hub for information on getting financial assistance to help you get through college.
Hang on to your finances with this guide on maintaining eligibility, including instructions and important dates.
Get started on your finances early with this webpage dedicated to incoming freshman, listing out a variety of financial opportunities available to you.
All the forms you need in order to apply for financial assistance. Plus, contact information and a troubleshooting guide to help you out.
Direct link to the Free Application for Federal Student Aid.