The MBU campus is something you need to see to believe. So, why don’t you stop in for a visit? Something is always going on. You’ll see firsthand why so many students choose to study at MBU. Have a latté at the coffee house. Visit our innovative learning center and state-of-the art sports and rec complex. Tour our flagship fine arts center. You might even be inspired to stop by a classroom and sit in on a lecture.
Schedule an individual campus visit tailored to meet your needs. It’s your day, let us make it special! Campus tours are available on Mondays and Fridays at 12 p.m. and are included in all individual visits. Prospective students can also request to attend Chapel, tour the School of Nursing, sit in on a class, or meet with an athletic coach.
We are excited that you chose to join us for a Spartan Friday! Plan to wear your MBU Blue (it’s what we do on Fridays) and see what we have to offer. Walk the campus. Meet students and professors. Enjoy lunch on us and maybe even have a cup of coffee at the Perk, the largest on-campus coffeehouse in Missouri! You’ll find that this is a unique place. You can shine here. Spartan Fridays are only offered during the Fall semester.
The best way to get a feel for what we’re doing at MBU – and to see if we’re a good fit – is to come see for yourself. Hear from President Ross on why you should consider MBU. Talk with division heads about your intended major. Connect with current students while touring the campus. And cap off your day with lunch on us in the Quad!
Have a high school, middle school, church or community organization that would like to visit the MBU campus? We would love to have your group visit the campus and see what the college experience is like at MBU.
Click here to request your Group Visit. Requests are currently limited, and walk-in visitors are not allowed due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Missouri Baptist University empowers its students to achieve personal growth and gain confidence in their abilities. Choosing MBU demonstrates your commitment to education, your community spirit and faith in yourself and Christian values.