Life at Mizzou
Life as a Mizzou Tiger
If school spirit is important to you, you couldn’t pick a better place than the University of Missouri, where students are full of Tiger Pride! With M-I-Z Z-O-U chants and Tiger Walks every August, the University of Missouri and tradition go hand-in-hand.
The NROTC program at the University of Missouri is committed to you – offering opportunities and opening doors for your future! There is no limit to what you can accomplish here.
Military Friendly School
The University of Missouri has been designated a Military Friendly School for helping military students succeed in the classroom and after graduation. MU also offers a 10 percent tuition award to veterans, active duty service members, Reservists, National Guardsmen, military spouses and dependents who want to study online. Another way MU helps military personnel and their families transition between service and academia is the MU Veterans Center. Additionally, The Missouri Returning Heroes Education Act requires Missouri public postsecondary institutions to limit eligible combat veterans’ tuition to $50 per credit hour. Visit Mizzou’s Veterans Center for additional information.
A member of the Southeastern Conference, Mizzou’s NCAA Division I athletic program has 20 sports, many ranked in the top 25 nationally. Mizzou has you covered with football, basketball, and a large variety of team sports. As a part of the NROTC program, you will have opportunities to see the Tigers in action while supporting the NROTC color guard and shooting the canon during Mizzou football. With Faurot Field being modernized for the future, Mizzou football is becoming a top-tier football program in the nation.
Mizzou students and those in the NROTC have unique opportunities to enhance their college experience:
– The Midshipmen are encouraged to participate in organized athletic events. The NROTC Company has fielded intramural soccer, hockey, football, softball, and basketball teams.
– Midshipmen participate in Regional Drill Competitions against other NROTC Units. In 2018, Mizzou NROTC placed first and second in regional drill competitions.
– The University of Missouri NROTC program has a wardroom dedicated solely to Midshipmen use. This wardroom has computers for class or personal use, a study room, a television, ping pool table, and pull-up station.