Farmington, MO

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Farmington

Our Farmington Regional Learning Center offers students the convenience of achieving an undergraduate or graduate degree at a location most convenient to them. Courses are offered Monday through Thursday evening and provides a computer lab for use by students during the office hours.  Upper division courses offered are part of the 2+2 partnership program, meaning you can transfer general course work credit to MBU.  Classes at this location are taught by experienced faculty members from our main campus and other select educators from St. Francois, Washington, Jefferson and Madison Counties.

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Address:
507 E. Woodlawn Drive
Leadington, MO 63601
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Phone: (573) 431-9700
Fax: (573) 431-9703
Contact: Dr. Amber Henry
Office Hours: M-R 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.

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