Attending Culver-Stockton provides advantages in every aspect of campus life, especially through our innovative curriculum. C-SC's distinct education has earned national recognition, including a rank of 34th Best College in the Midwest by U.S. News and World Report.
With the 12/3 calendar as the capstone to the student experience, C-SC blends research opportunities, service learning, professional experiences, creative expression, simulations, travel courses and leadership opportunities to offer students an experiential education unlike anything else.
Culver-Stockton College allows students to gain valuable hands-on experiences that benefits them for the rest of their lives, all while developing the skills employers want and becoming adaptable to changing career demands and employment fields.
Founded in 1853 by members of the Disciples of Christ Church, Culver-Stockton College has 160 years of educational and historical experience – surviving the Civil War, and Great Depression, promoting social equality and incorporating technological advances – always striving to reach new levels of excellence.
We pride ourselves on the experiential advantages we provide our students, like our the 12/3 semester calendar implemented in the fall of 2008. The 12/3 which includes a 12-week semester of classes and a 3-week term for a single class, internship or Travel Study program.
Culver-Stockton’s 140-acre campus overlooking the Mississippi River is home to nearly 1000 students who choose from more than 60 majors and minors. Or students can create their own major, truly making their options limitless.
On average, for every 15 students, C-SC has one faculty member, with 71 percent holding the highest degree in their field.
Wildcat athletes have exceptional leadership, including a three-time volleyball Olympian and professional soccer player.
Students are also involved with community service, the student-run newspaper and radio station, mock trial, Greek life, fine art productions and more than 50 other student groups.
Attending C-SC means you join a network of students, faculty and alumni who care about you, because you are a Wildcat.