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.

PLANETARIUM SHOWS – A public planetarium performance of “Wonders of the Universe” was held on Tuesday, Nov. 21.

RECITALS –Yeseul Hwang presented his senior recital on the cello on November 18 in Kemper Recital Hall. The instrumental and vocal music majors performed various musical works at the monthly department-wide music recital on Friday, December 1, in the Potter Hall Theater.

CONCERTS – The MWSU Chamber Singers, the University’s auditioned vocal ensemble, will be presenting a concert series on Nov. 30 – Dec. 3 in St. Joseph area churches. Each concert is shared with a local or Kansas City area high school chorus. The high schools participating are: Blue Valley North High School, Platte County RIII High School, Staley High School and Central High School of St. Joseph.  On Sunday, December 3, the Wind Ensemble concert will be held in Potter Hall. The Department of Music will hold an orchestra concert on Monday, December 4, at 7:30 p.m.  It will also be held in Potter Hall.

PERCUSSION EXTRAVAGANZA – The fall percussion concert, Percussion eXtravaganza, was held on Wednesday, November 29, in Potter Hall Theater. This concert will feature the Golden Griffon Marching Percussion section, Steel Drum Band, Percussion Ensemble and Guest Artist, Jeff Queen.

SHORT AND SWEET – The 2017-2018 theatre season at Missouri Western State University continues with “Short and Sweet,” a production of six one-act plays and five short films. These plays and films will take place in Kemper Recital Hall on Nov. 30 to Dec. 3.



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