August 13, 2020
Contact: Christian Basi, 573-882-6211, email@example.com
The University of Missouri spring semester 2020 graduation list is now available. In May 2020, 4,670 students received degrees.
The graduation list includes international, U.S. and Missouri students. The Missouri graduation list is broken down by county. Each county listing includes the cities within the county and the graduates from those cities.
If a student’s name does not appear on this list, questions should be directed to the appropriate school or college. This contact information is provided below and on our website.
Contact numbers for questions:
- College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources - (573) 882-8301
- College of Arts and Science - (573) 882-6411
- Robert J. Trulaske, Sr. College of Business - (573) 882-7073
- College of Education - (573) 882-5659
- College of Engineering - (573) 882-4375
- College of Human and Environmental Sciences - (573) 882-6424
- College of Veterinary Medicine - (573) 882-3554
- School of Health Professions - (573) 882-8011
- School of Journalism - (573) 882-1045
- School of Law - (573) 882-2121
- Sinclair School of Nursing - (573) 882-0277
- School of Medicine - (573) 882-0279
Please direct all other questions to the News Bureau at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (573) 882-6211.
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