The mission of College of the Ozarks
is to provide the advantages of a Christian
education for youth of both sexes,
especially those found worthy,
but who are without sufficient means
to procure such training.
The vision of College of the Ozarks
is to develop citizens of Christ-like
character who are well-educated,
hard-working, and patriotic.
New students at College of the Ozarks participate in week-long orientation
School of the Ozarks sophomore class performs “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”
Ralph Foster Museum at College of the Ozarks to offer Area Appreciation beginning Monday, Jan. 29
College of the Ozarks President Jerry C. Davis addresses U.S. Department of Education Summit
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you will see what The Wall Street Journal described
as "one of the most unusual little liberal arts
colleges in the country." College of the Ozarks,
founded in 1906, charges its students no tuition.
Every full-time student works at a campus job
to help defray his or her expenses.
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