Locations


Springfield, MO

One of the top 10 places to live and work.
     -Employment Review
One of the top 25 best places in the U.S.
      -Forbes Magazine
One of the top 100 Best Communities for Young People
      -America's Promise
5-stars for Quality of Life
      -Expansion Management Magazine
As the third largest city in Missouri, Springfield is home to 16 colleges and universities which support various shopping experiences, sports venues and a great sense of community. Low crime, no gridlock, and a mild climate converge to create the ideal college town. With average rents for a two-bedroom apartment under $550 per month and low cost utilities, Springfield offers a wonderful quality of life, incredible resources and a diverse creative population. Springfield is home to a vibrant growing artistic community and is experiencing a downtown renaissance which includes new galleries, art studios, lofts, a thriving theatre culture and critically-acclaimed restaurants. Located in the heart of the Ozark Mountains, southwest Missouri is home to breath-taking natural beauty, abundant lakes, hiking trails and beautiful streams and rivers.

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St. Louis

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Known as the "Gateway to the West," the greater St. Louis area is truly an urban community and Missouri's most populous metropolitan area, with an estimated population of almost 3 million. It is overflowing with recreation, entertainment, cultural and educational amenities and is perhaps most famous as home to the iconic Gateway Arch. The Municipal Theatre, or simply the Muny, is the largest and oldest outdoor musical theatre in the U.S. "North America's Best Sports City" plays host to the MLB's St. Louis Cardinals, the NFL's St. Louis Rams, and the NHL's St. Louis Blues. Residents enjoy meeting neighbors and attending outdoor concerts in St. Louis' 105 parks.

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