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Our diverse student body has access to world-class researchers and scholars, top-ranked degree programs and sought-after internship opportunities. In short, we offer a serious education at a serious value.
UMSL Bridge Program Opportunities
UMSL's Bridge Program remains one of the most successful and widely emulated models, providing unique and comprehensive year-round precollegiate programming for St. Louis area high school students and parents. Student participants represent public and private high school institutions throughout the St. Louis metropolitan area.
Explore our Bridge Programs:
Your safety and well-being is central to our Admissions office. We are focusing on providing you with flexible options for delivering quality services. We want to ensure that we are providing protection and healthy habits for our students and staff while supporting their educational journey at UMSL.
From our team of Transfer Specialists guiding you through the admissions process, to unique programming designed specifically for transfer students, we'll prepare you for the best college experience possible.
The mission of the Office of Student Financial Aid at the University of Missouri-St. Louis is to assist all individuals with their educational costs who have the ability to benefit from a post secondary experience.
The Executive Education & Professional Studies at UMSL Business aims to provide business professionals and organizations development opportunities that are tailored to your career on a convenient, flexible schedule.
The Computer Education & Training Center at the University of Missouri-St. Louis offers computer training courses that provide students the computer skills necessary to meet current and future technological challenges in the workplace.
Classes cover a wide range of topics to meet a variety of skill levels and interests, while new courses are developed that address specific educational needs in the community.