Missouri Valley College opens on September 17th 1889 . “Old Main” was built for $40,000. Baity Hall still stands as the focal point of campus. During WWII, MVC serves as a location to train military officers. United States Navy Units V-5 and V-12 were stationed on campus in temporary buildings built by the Navy.
Missouri Valley College understand that learning occurs as much outside of the classroom as it does inside the classroom.With offerings like a nursing simulation lab, on campus television and radio studios, and the Viking Learning Academy, there are numerous opportunities to experience hands on learning right here. You can also take part in the annual biology trip to Belize, obtain an internship, or study abroad if you are interested in hands on learning opportunities away from campus!
Twice a year, a number of our students participate in the Student Research Symposium with submissions of original research, reviews, scholarly essays, creative writing, performance, film and original artwork. Our students may submit a proposal for one presentation, performance or poster to showcase during the symposium. During the symposium, outstanding student work is recognized with three awards for excellence in undergraduate student research.
The Global Student Satisfaction Awards empower students across the globe to determine the best universities of 2019. By rating institutions on a scale from 1 to 5, on multiple studies-related questions, we found the top educators in the world.Learn more about the Global Student Satisfaction Awards
The mission of the Student Health Center is to provide quality, accessible and affordable means of meeting your health care needs while promoting a healthy environment conducive to learning. On-campus services are free of charge and no insurance is needed for MVC students.
If you really want to experience what Missouri Valley College has to offer, come visit the campus! Walk around the campus. Talk to students and faculty. Get a feel for what we do every day. You’ll see why Vikings call MVC their second home.
Here at Valley, student involvement is vital to the overall college experience. Getting involved through student organizations and campus wide activities gives you the opportunity to enrich your leadership skills, social life and personal growth. With the availability of many unique student organizations, you have the power to impact your fellow classmates in a number of ways. Being a part of a student organization gives you a sense of Viking Pride and if there is an organization you would like to see on campus, we encourage you to start one to showcase your interests!