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  *174.250.  Missouri Western State University — established, when — district. — 1.  If the facilities of the present Missouri Western Junior College are made available, there shall be established in St. Joseph, Missouri, a state college, which shall make available those third- and fourth-year college level courses that lead to a baccalaureate degree.

  2.  This state college shall in the year 1967, or at such a time as the present Missouri Western Junior College has acquired a campus for a third- and fourth-year college which meets the requirements established by the board of curators of Missouri University and its enrollment trends constitute sufficient justification for the operation of a four-year college in the opinion of the board, whichever occurs later, become an independent two-year state senior college, to be known as the "Missouri Western State University".  Its district shall be Buchanan County and counties contiguous to Buchanan County.


(L. 1965 p. 304 § 2, A.L. 2005 S.B. 98)

*Revisor's Note: Conditions set out in this section were met and Missouri Western State College became a four-year college October 22, 1968.

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