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Become everything you ever wanted to be. Here, where we’re dedicated to freeing students from the traditional, boxed-in approach to higher ed. Here, where we serve our diverse student population by offering a broad range of exceptional liberal arts course plans. Here, on our main campus, at over 40 campus centers in the US and online.

Graduate

Just what you needed. Access to a wide variety of high-quality master's degrees and certificate programs. Flexibility. And powerful support. At our main campus in Missouri, at over 40 campus centers nationwide and online. Our graduate programs were designed with you in mind–the busy professional ready to take your career to the next level.

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Parkville Campus

What’s not to love? 700 acres of woodland beauty, historic buildings and modern facilities just minutes from cosmopolitan and cool downtown Kansas City, MO. You should visit.

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Campus Centers

We provide a high-quality education at over 40 locations across the country. Finishing a degree? Starting a new one? We probably have a campus center convenient to you where you can go for it.

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Study Online

Explore your options and opportunities. Our cost calculator can help give you a clear idea of everything from tuition to financial aid eligibility. Let’s get started.

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Park Facts

  • Park University Partners with Kansas City Kansas Community College to Offer Degrees

    Park University has signed a 2 + 2 partnership agreement with Kansas City Kansas Community College that will increase higher education opportunities for KCKCC students and students across the Kansas City metropolitan area.

  • Park Points of Pride July 2015

    Park University merits fifth straight Colleges of Distinction honor; Park University garners spotlight at 1 Million Cups event; School for Education earns ranking from SuperScholar

  • Collins Elected Chair of Park University’s Board of Trustees

    Michael Collins (right), a 2004 Park University graduate and resident of Kansas City, Mo., has been elected chair of Park’s Board of Trustees for 2015-16. Collins is the president and chief executive officer of the Port Authority of Kansas City, Mo.

  • Park University Announces Graduates from Goodfellow AFB Campus

    Park University’s Goodfellow Air Force Base (Texas) Campus Center held its commencement ceremony on July 17 at the Goodfellow AFB Theater. The University had 28 students eligible to participate in the ceremony — 23 students earned a bachelor’s degree and five students earned an associate degree.

  • Park Points of Pride April May June 2015

    APRIL: Old Kate Court Opens; Expansion Project in the Underground; Stock Gift to Benefit School for Education Students; Park degree programs ranked among tops in country; MAY: Online CIS management degree program earns ranking; University ranked among top online schools for military and G.I. Bill; Park selected among best colleges you’ve never heard of; University’s computer science programs ranked nationally by SuperScholar; Ballyhoo event benefits School of Business, Presidential Honors Scholarship; Park’s online MBA program ranked by USW&WR for veterans; JUNE:

  • The Crow's Nest -- July 16, 2015

    Stuteville appointed associate vice president of academic affairs; Barnes to be honored by Kansas City organization as outstanding Kansas Citian; Venable elected president, chair of ACBSP Midwest region; Ciobanu participating in National Symphony Orchestra music institute; Park campus center holds commencement ceremony; Lampton appointed to IMA Committee on Ethics; Ockerstrom presents paper at Virginia Woolf conference; International travel photo contest winners announced; Park In The News: Sandy Martin, Park University, Park University/Dr. Michael Becraft, Courtney Goddard, Steve Tingler; Upcoming Events

  • Park University Announces Graduates from Hill AFB Campus

    Park University’s Hill Air Force Base (Utah) Campus Center held its commencement ceremony on July 10 at the Davis Conference Center in Layton. The University had 78 students eligible to participate in the ceremony — 53 students earned a bachelor’s degree, 13 students earned an associate degree and 12 students earned both a bachelor’s degree and an associate degree.

  • Park University Appoints Stuteville Associate Vice President of Academic Affairs

    Rebekkah Stuteville, Ph.D., has been appointed to the position of associate vice president of academic affairs at Park University. Stuteville began her duties on July 1.

  • Park University Merits Fifth Straight Colleges of Distinction Honor

    For the fifth consecutive year, Park University has been selected as one of less than 330 colleges and universities across the country to the 2015-16 Colleges of Distinction list. Park is one of just nine colleges/universities based in Missouri to earn the honor this year and one of only six in the Kansas City region to be recognized.

  • Park University Announces Graduates from Malmstrom AFB Campus Center

    Park University’s Malmstrom Air Force Base (Mont.) Campus Center held its commencement ceremony on June 5 at the Malmstrom AFB Auditorium/Theater. The University had 57 students eligible to participate in the ceremony — 47 students earned a bachelor’s degree, seven students received an associate degree, one student earned an undergraduate certificate and two students earned both a bachelor’s degree and associate degree.

If you’re just getting to know us, there are a few things you should know. What our motto means. How many books there are in our library. Ethnic representation. What you don’t know about Park may surprise you.

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