In the heart of St. Charles sits the campus of Lindenwood University. Rooted in tradition and lined with linden trees, the historic campus was founded as a women’s college in 1827. From its foundation, Lindenwood has always sought to advance education and to be progressive in educating citizens for the future. Through the years, Lindenwood has grown into a vibrant institution welcoming over 7,000 students in undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral programs.
As the only public research university located in Missouri’s most populous and economically important region, the University of Missouri–St. Louis proudly brings affordable, high-quality education to one of the most diverse student bodies in the state. No university is better connected to the surrounding region than UMSL, where 73 percent of graduates stay to live and work.
EUREKA — The Rockwood School District has gone rogue.
It has no reason to believe it will be alone.
Rockwood superintendent Mark Miles announced Friday he has authorized the district’s high school athletic directors at Eureka, Lafayette, Marquette and Summit to begin the process of scheduling games for football, boys soccer, field hockey, girls volleyball and softball outside of St. Louis County.
Maryville University is proud to announce the next phase of our plan to expand affordability and access to a world-class education: a tuition reduction of 5% for our traditional undergraduate on-campus student population beginning this school year, Fall 2020.
Southern Illinois University Carbondale students are known for their friendliness, individuality and willingness to try new things.
SIU students may take courses in multiple areas—such as business and foreign language or science and communications. They may connect their own paths and build an educational foundation that is both traditional and uniquely their own. Or they may follow an approved course of study that puts them on a satisfying career path in engineering, technology, health care or other areas.