College Of The Ozarks, Branson
College Of The Ozarks, Branson - Address, Phone Number
Address: 1 Industrial Pl, Point Lookout, MO 65726, USA
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About College Of The Ozarks, Branson
College of the Ozarks is a Christian liberal-arts college located in the state of Missouri. This college overlooks the Lake Taneycomo and is spread across a 1000-acre campus. This college was established in 1906 and has a beautiful campus with beautiful landscaped gardens. The buildings in an around the campus showcase some impressive architecture and you can enjoy a nice leisurely stroll appreciating its beauty and grandeur. Also located within the campus is the Ralph Foster Museum and many restaurants that serve amazing local food.
College Of The Ozarks Ticket Prices
- Free for under 18.
College Of The Ozarks Opening and Closing Hours
- Ralph Foster Museum opens 9:00am to 4:30pm.
- Closed on Sundays.
- Recommended time of arrival: 08:00am to 03:00pm.
How To reach College Of The Ozarks by Public Transport
- By Car
- By Taxi
Restaurants Near College Of The Ozarks
- Restaurant at the Keeter Centre
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I graduated in 1999. It was a great experience. If you are interested in working hard and learning, this may be a good college for you. The staff and faculty were supportive. I studied in the Netherlands for a semester with a partner college. I had an academic scholarship for room and board. It was intended for use at C of O, but they allowed me to use it while in the Netherlands. That was was very generous of them. One of the college administrators gave me $100 of his personal funds to help with my trip. C of O gave me a great start in my adult life.
I attend college here. Beautiful campus, wonderful program that helps students graduate debt free, and an incredible staff of professors and work managers. Has awesome memorials that are a must see!
What a surprisingly fun stop on our tour of the Ozarks. Talking with college students working over their spring break, and learning that many of them would not have had the means to attend school and earn an advanced degree without the programming offered at College of the Ozarks (where students work off their tuition with on-campus jobs) was inspiring. Left us feeling as if young people really do know the value of hard work, provided they are given an opportunity to show what they can do!
My husband & I have stayed at the Keeter Center numerous times, and we LOVE THIS PLACE. It is quiet, beautiful, with excellent food, a relaxed atmosphere, and wonderful, respectful students who work there. We think it is one of the best hotels in the nation.
I have been to the Jhon Foster Museum, the gris mill, the textile shop, the tractor museum, green house and the restaurant All located at this facility. any of these could be a photo shoot with lots of explanation. A person could easily spend a full day here.