Academic Affairs


The Office of Academic Affairs, led by Dr. Jeanne Daffron, Provost, ensures the quality and integrity of all academic programs.  Here you will find access to the information and resources that make up the university’s rich academic life. At Missouri Western, students’ experiences inside and outside the classroom are seamlessly integrated in an environment where faculty, staff and students live, learn and serve the broader community.



DEAN’S AND PRESIDENT’S HONOR ROLLS – The names of 633 students receiving certificates for the Dean’s Honor Roll and 329 students receiving the President’s Honor Roll for the fall 2016 semester were announced.  Those students on the Dean’s Honor Roll carried a minimum of 12 credit hours and earned a grade point average of 3.5 or better to qualify for the honor. Those students on the President’s Honor Roll carried 12 hours or more for graded credit and earned a grade point average of 4.0 in order to qualify for the honor. Certificates were mailed to all of the recipients of these certificates.

ART ENTREPRENEURSHIP SPEAKER SERIES – Eric Swangtsu, speaker in the Art Entrepreneurship series, shared tips about how artists should approach galleries and how artists should go about getting their work shown in art galleries.  He spoke on Wednesday, February 15, as part of Missouri Western’s Artist Entrepreneurship Speaker series.

PLANETARIUM SHOWS – The Bushman Planetarium presented a show Wednesday, February 15 and will present the next one on Thursday, February 23, in Agenstein Hall, room 147. The first show, called “Forces of Nature” had cameras capturing large-scale volcanoes, earthquakes, and storms as a team of scientists traveled the world in an attempt to figure out what causes these dangerous, yet undeniably thrilling natural occurrences. The February 23 show is called “Sea Monsters.” The participants will journey 80 million years back in time to an age when mighty dinosaurs dominated the land – and an equally astonishing assortment of ferocious creatures swarm, hunted, and fought for survival beneath the vast, mysterious prehistoric seas.

FREE CONCERT – Guest Artist Dr. Andrew Richardson presented a free concert on February 16th in Potter Hall.  Dr. Richardson currently teaches at the University of Oklahoma and is a highly sought after educator and clinician. The concert featured a variety of music for percussion instruments.





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