Missouri State University’s West Plain campus is a two-year, open admissions institution of higher education that is part of the Missouri State University system. The campus is located in West Plains, Missouri, which is about 100 miles southeast of Springfield. Missouri State University – West Plains started out in July of 1963 as Southwest Missouri State College. After becoming Southwest Missouri State University – West Plains, it eventually consolidated with what would become Missouri State University.
Students can pursue associate’s degrees and certificates. Missouri State University – West Plains also offers many of its courses in an online format, so that students who are non-traditional can maintain a busy schedule while pursuing their degrees or certificates in a hybrid format.
Accreditation & Licensing
Missouri State University-West Plains is accredited by:
Higher Learning Commission (HLC)