College of the Ozarks
Point Lookout, Missouri
SAT/ACT mins: SAT: 910/ACT: 20
The ACT/SAT is waived for applicants who present 24 or more hours of transfer credit from an accredited institution. Transfer students must present a minimum grade point average of 3.0.
SAT or ACT Scores must not be more than: 5 years old.
LSP Application deadline: Applicants should apply for admission one year in advance. The entire application process must be complete by or before February 15 prior to the academic year the applicant wishes to enter.
Where to find application: Applicants should apply online at https://campusweb.cofo.edu/ics/Applications/
Applicant will receive, via email, login information to Campusweb where all application forms and instructions are available. The application process must be complete by or before February 15 for consideration for the following academic year.
Freshmen class report date: Freshman report for orientation ten days prior to the first day of class in the fall semester, and eight days prior in the spring.
Yellow Ribbon participant: No.
Will you cover difference between tuition minus GI Bill and cost of in state "state" school tuition? Or do you want to keep it to in-state residents? College of the Ozarks guarantees to meet the remaining cost of education (tuition) for students after all grants (federal and/or state), and other aid programs for which students may be eligible, are applied. Residence hall students are responsible for paying room and board at the current rate, using any resources available to them for such purposes (GI Bill, etc.). Our cost of education rate is the same for in-state/out-of-state students.
Do you want to donate additional money to each applicant should the need arise? The College considers providing additional financial resources to students on a case-by-case basis.
Processing fees: College of the Ozarks does not have an application fee. If an applicant is admitted, there is a $315 acceptance fee for residence hall students, or $215 for commuting students.
Are all majors open to Marines? Yes.
Recognize AA degree or any college course work: The College will evaluate, for credit toward its general education requirements, transfer courses. An Associate of Arts degree from an accredited institution will be counted toward the College’s general education requirements per policy as stated in the College catalog.
Recognize awarding of college credits via alternative means, e.g., DANTES or CLEP: Yes; subject to registrar’s evaluation.
Additional information: All students admitted to College of the Ozarks are required to participate in the College’s required work-study program, and are expected to abide by all policies set forth in the College Catalog, and the student handbook.
College of the Ozarks is a conservative, Christian institution and strives to provide a Christian and moral environment for its students. The mission of the College is to provide educational opportunities to students who are worthy, but lack the financial resources to pay for a private, Christian education. The vision of the institution is to develop citizens of Christ-like character who are well-educated, hard-working, and patriotic.
As such, the College has behavioral expectations outlined clearly in its student handbook, available at http://images.cofo.edu/cofo/handbook.pdf. For example, the use of alcohol and drugs is not tolerated. Additionally, because the College is training students to become professionals, extreme styles of clothing/hairstyles/jewelry, (i.e., facial piercings for all, and ear piercing for males) are not permitted. Tattoos may not be visible at any time. See the student handbook for all policies.
Because generous donors provide funding to make this zero-debt, Hard Work U tuition program possible, the College is intentional about the behavioral policies it sets forth, and is serious about enforcing them.