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Northwest Missouri State University

Discover Your Major Visit Day - Computer Science

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October 4, 2014

Registration is required.

Explore majors in a specific discipline, which includes interacting with current Northwest faculty and students.

About the Computing Visit Day

The Department of Computer Science / Information Systems at Northwest Missouri State University cordially invites you and your parents to join us for Computing Visit Day, Saturday, October 4, 2014. The festivities commence at 10 a.m. (light refreshments beforehand starting at 9:30 a.m.), lead to a delicious lunch at 12:15 p.m. and wrap up at 1 p.m. (with optional campus tours to follow). 

List of Activities:

  • Meet faculty, students and graduates
  • Engage in exciting hands-on activities
  • See amazing student projects / demonstrations
  • Hear from our graduates about careers in computing
  • Tour our facilities and campus
  • Enjoy a scrumptious lunch on us!
Doug Wettlaufer and Jasmine Black

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Win a Scholarship!

Computing Visit Day Scholarship

A $1150 scholarship will be awarded to one lucky attendee. Criteria and application form available »

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Why Attend Northwest?

  • Friendly, student-centered campus
  • Textbook rental program
  • Laptop for every student
  • Three Missouri Quality Awards

Why Study Computing?

  • Five of top ten job growth areas are computing related
  • Computing is everywhere
  • Software can help businesses and people in their daily lives
  • Intellectually stimulating

Why Study Computing at Northwest?

  • Enthusiastic and hard-working faculty
  • Diverse Areas of Study
    • Business Education
    • Business Technology
    • Computer Science
    • Interactive Digital Media - CS
    • Management Information Systems
  • Several minors available
  • Internships available
  • All majors focus on practical application of computing
  • Emphasis on active learning rather than passive lectures
  • Nearly 100% job placement
  • All classes taught by faculty, not by graduate assistants
  • Student:faculty ratio 21:1
  • Active computing-related student organizations


Registration Form

Register by October 1

Email Address:
High School:

Names of additional attendees:

Number of lunch attendees:

Do you want a campus tour?
(Tour runs from 1-2 p.m.)


For more information, contact Jeanne Crawford at or 660.562.1600