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Northwest Missouri State University


Northwest Teaching Grants

Northwest Teaching Grants

Teaching Grants are now available! Click the photo to access the application.

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Resource for Used Textbooks

Resource for Used Textbooks

Connect with other Northwest students to get used textbooks!

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myNorthwest

myNorthwest

This Northwest portal system has many features to serve you!

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Greetings!

The Northwest Kansas City Center has moved to our new location at Maple Woods Community College in Kansas City, Missouri.

Welcome to our website! We want this to be convenient for you, the student, as you interact with our Outreach personnel and your professors!

Contact Us

Northwest Kansas City Center
2601 N.E. Barry Road
CB-111
Kansas City, MO 64156
Phone: 816.604.3171
Fax: 816.437.3439
Email: nwkc@nwmissouri.edu

Office Hours

Monday - Thursday
9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Friday
by appointment only

Survey after survey shows Northwest is a national leader in both student satisfaction and degree completion. The heartfelt commitment of our faculty and staff to your development, both in and beyond the classroom, is one of Northwest's finest assets. Engaged alumni remain connected and quite supportive of the University's efforts, and Northwest's many partners are equally committed to the institution's success.  Northwest is an exceptional place to learn, live and grow no matter your academic pursuits.

How to Apply

If you are interested in applying to Graduate School and enrolling in classes, you should begin by completing the free Application for Graduate Studies.

New Student Orientation Information

New Student Orientation is used to help students learn more about Northwest and the Kansas City Center prior to their classes starting.  Each student is given information about Northwest e-mail, CatPAWs, myNorthwest, Textbooks, Owen’s Library online, and the Kansas City Center Daily Schedule.  Tours of the facility are also available.  Participants should RSVP with Dee Moore, Education Coordinator, about a week before the event.

816.604.3171
nwkc@nwmissouri.edu

DAE/TLE & Writing
Assessments Information

Students pursuing a degree in Educational Leadership may be required to take a Departmental Admissions Exam (DAE), Teacher Leader Exam (TLE), or a Writing Assessment.  To find out more information about these items, and set up a time to complete them, contact Dee Moore, Education Coordinator.

816.604.3171
nwkc@nwmissouri.edu

Advisement/Information Session 

  • Learn about our degree programs
  • Meet with your advisor
  • Sign-up for upcoming trimester classes

Dee Moore
Education Coordinator

 Hi. My name is Dee Moore. I am the Education Coordinator for Outreach, and I have many years of experience in education from teaching to administration.  I assist Kansas City Center students with questions in regards to our education programs, admission requirements, and Northwest Missouri State University.

Education Programs

MBA Program

Portfolio Review Information
All students seeking a Master's in Educational Leadership or Specialist in Education degree, and those seeking certification for the principalship are required to compile, submit, and defend a professional portfolio. The portfolio should be designed to convey a clear picture of the student's professional philosophy, motivations and capabilities. Syllabi from various courses will indicate possible items to be included but must be utilized in the building/district setting.

Research Component Information
A research component must be on file in the Office of the Dean, Melvin D. and Valorie G. Booth College of Business and Professional Studies, prior to applying for approval to take the comprehensive examinations.

Comprehensive Examination/ETS Information
Students will take the Graduate Management Business Exam (ETS) during their last semester of enrollment. The test will be scheduled early in the term.

Applying for Graduation
All students must apply for graduation at the beginning of their last trimester of enrollment.  Please complete this form in full and submit it no later than the end of the third week of class for fall and spring or the first week of the summer trimester in which you plan to meet the assessment requirements.