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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.

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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 to Host Constitution Day Lecture Addressing Supreme Court Same-Sex Marriage Ruling

    Park University’s annual Constitution Day lecture will feature a discussion surrounding the recent Supreme Court of the United States ruling on same-sex marriage on Monday, Sept. 14, starting at 1:30 p.m. in Graham Tyler Memorial Chapel on the University’s Parkville Campus. Admission to the event is free and open to the public.

  • The Crow's Nest -- August 26, 2015

    Fant recognized with awards for work while deployed; Kugler appointed director of International Center for Music; Bode tabbed as controller; Park’s women’s volleyball team set to defend NAIA title; Haberyan serves deployment in response to Louisiana theater shooting; Jeffress authors book, article; Dailey-Hebert, Schulte present webinar for ACHE; MPA student elected to IAEM post; Sign up for ParkAlert — Park University’s emergency alert system; Career Development Center to host Career and Internship Fair; Department of Nursing to host accreditation site review; Park In The News: Paul Gamble, Brian Shawver, Tim Westcott, David Brown, Shovkia Caldwell; Upcoming Events

  • Park University Hosting Career and Internship Fair

    Park University’s Career Development Center will host its Fall Career and Internship Fair on Wednesday, Sept. 23, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Breckon Sports Center on the University’s Parkville Campus. The event is open to the public, especially recent college graduates and individuals looking for entry-level positions.

  • Park University Signs Agreement to Offer Master’s Degrees at U.S. Army Sergeants Major Academy

    Park University has partnered with the U.S. Army Sergeants Major Academy to offer master’s degree programs at the University’s Fort Bliss (Texas) Campus Center.

  • Park Points of Pride August 2015

    University to offer master’s degrees at U.S Army Sergeants Major Academy; Readers of Kansas City area publications select Park University “Best of the Northland"; Swab the Decks event preps Parkville Campus for students, unites employees; Park ranked among top colleges in the country for return on investment; Bachelor of Science degree in economics earns ranking

  • The Crow's Nest -- August 6, 2015

    Siqueira honored with AMC’s Champions of Character award; Collins elected chair of Board of Trustees; Park University partners with KCKCC to offer degrees; Park Golf Scramble set for Oct. 12 at The National Golf Club of Kansas City; Stuteville presents paper on citizenship education at conference; Bergrud co-panels published report reviewing U.S. Patent and Trademark Office; Koudou presents at business and public administration conference; Park campus centers hold commencement ceremonies; Lakin serves on panel for Medicare and Medicaid event; Department of Nursing to host accreditation site review; Park In The News: Park University/Dr. Charles Kater, Desmond Mason, Park University/Michael Grimaldi, Dr. Michael Becraft, Park University/Master of Business Administration program, Steven Youngblood, Jeanette Hernandez Prenger, Park University, Heath Roberts, Sarah Hopkins-Chery, Lauren Occhipinto; Upcoming Events

  • Park University Golf Scramble Set for Oct. 12 at The National Golf Club of Kansas City

    The 2015 Park University Golf Scramble, a four-person tournament that benefits the University’s athletic programs, is scheduled for Monday, Oct. 12, at The National Golf Club of Kansas City.

  • Bode Joins Park University’s Finance Team as Controller

    Brian Bode has been appointed to the position of controller at Park University. He began his duties at Park on Aug. 17.

  • University to Offer Master’s Degrees at U.S Army Sergeants Major Academy

    Park University has partnered with the U.S. Army Sergeants Major Academy to offer master’s degree programs at the Fort Bliss (Texas) Campus Center, with classes beginning in the fall semester.

  • Park University Announces Library Remodel and Relocation to Historical Origins in Norrington Center

    Park University has announced plans to relocate the McAfee Memorial Library to its original home in Norrington Center on the Parkville Campus. In an effort to serve students across the country with state-of-the-art library services, the University has ambitious plans to complete renovations and an expansion by spring 2016.

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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