Culver-Stockton College, with an average class size of 17, offers its 869 students 23 majors, with art, athletic training, criminal justice and musical theater incorporated into the five divisions (business, education, fine arts, humanities, sciences). C-SC’s semesters include a three-week intensive learning course (EXP@CSC). Innovative choices include a photographic “safari” to the Grand Canyon, significant crimes in American history, designing a personal investment portfolio and performance in American Indian culture.
Culver-Stockton was founded in 1853. Its 120-acre campus is located on a scenic bluff overlooking the Mississippi River, two hours north of St. Louis. In a recent placement study, 96.8% of C-SC graduates were employed full-time or in a graduate school six months following graduation.