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Number of
4-year Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) colleges in Missouri

25,736

Students attending
4-year Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) colleges in Missouri

$23,130

Average
in-state tuition

$23,130

Average
out-of-state tuition

Top Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) colleges in Missouri 2018

Columbia College

Columbia, MO

Top Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) colleges in Missouri 2018

Columbia College

Columbia, MO

Total undergraduates: 23,686
Acceptance rate: -
Average annual cost: $27,020
Average salary: $37,400
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Top Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) colleges in Missouri 2018

Culver-Stockton College

Canton, MO

Top Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) colleges in Missouri 2018

Culver-Stockton College

Canton, MO

Total undergraduates: 1,049
Acceptance rate: 58%
Average annual cost: $19,747
Average salary: $36,500
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Top Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) colleges in Missouri 2018

William Woods University

Fulton, MO

Top Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) colleges in Missouri 2018

William Woods University

Fulton, MO

Total undergraduates: 1,001
Acceptance rate: 70%
Average annual cost: $22,611
Average salary: $34,700
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