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. For more info on C-SC, Click Here.
The Parent Association provides family members meaningful opportunities which allow you to share in your student’s collegiate journey. The Association will serve as a resource and guide while your student is enrolled here.
- A sound liberal arts foundation with practical real-world experience resulting in a marketable degree
- 13:1 student-teacher ratio
- Average class size is less than 20- 90% of students completing their degree in four years
- Practical experience and internships available for every student in every major
- A five-year average of 97.4 percent of graduates are in grad school or employed within six months of commencement.
- In some majors – like arts management and accountancy– job placement rate is 100 percent
Culver-Stockton has its own campus security department, available 24-hours a day, for more information, Click Here. C-SC has excellent working relationships with area first-response officers and collaborate on emergency response efforts for the town and the campus.
C-SC wants to be sure that students adjust happily to life on campus. Culver-Stockton is a residential campus, and most of our students live on campus. About 40 percent of our students choose Greek life and live in one of our four fraternities or three sororities. Students can participate in one of several meal plans or can eat at our snack counter, the Cat's Pause, or our coffee house, The Lab Cafe. For more info, Click Here.
Culver-Stockton has a counseling and wellness service on campus that includes individual counseling, relationship counseling, roommate mediation, crisis intervention, education programming and referral to other agencies if necessary. Resources such as Student Health 101 are also made available to students. Medical services are available in Canton and Hannibal, Mo., and Quincy, Ill. For more info, Click Here.
C-SC programs are specifically designed to help promote student success, not just for first-year students, but all four years. There is academic help available through the Tutorial and Academic Support Center. If you have questions contact Dr. Holly Andress-Martin, director of Advising, Retention, and First Year Experience. A Career Center is available to help your student throughout their College career, including resume-building, cover letter critique and e-Portfolio development.