Missouri Southern State University Top Questions

What's the one thing you wish someone had told you about freshman year?


It's a lot more emotionally stressful than you actually realize.


Honestly, the school is fine. I just wish that I had originally known what I truly wanted to do in life so I could have been able to finish my degree within the four years. If anything, MSSU isn't terribly well-known outside of the immediate area; we aren't a "big name" state school. Sometimes I do wish that we were so that we got a little more respect from students at other universities.


That the library is sort of out of date on a lot of subjects. Luckily they have a program where students can borrow library books from other colleges for free so that we can get up to date books. They also have connections to an online library where a lot of new books can be found.


I wish I had known that staying calm is key to maintaining stress and tackling problems.


I wish that I would have known more about all of the different degrees that Missouri Southern offered.


As a transfer student I wish I would have taken more appropriate classes for my major; however overall this institution was a great school to transfer to.


It seems that Missouri Southern makes you take more unnecessary classes. There should be more classes actually related to your field in the undergraduate courses rather than classes that you aren't really interested in.


I think I knew the things I needed to know before entering.