College of the Ozarks Campus

A visit to College of the Ozarks, known as “Hard Work U,” gives you the chance to experience what The Wall Street Journal described as “one of the most unusual little liberal arts colleges in the country.” College of the Ozarks, or “C of O,” founded in 1906, is best known for giving its students the opportunity to receive a tuition-free education and debt-free graduation. Every full-time student at C of O works at a campus job to help cover his or her academic expenses. Many of the attractions and noted locations listed below will be fully-staffed by dedicated C of O students.

  • Memorials at Patriot’s Park
  • Ralph Foster Museum
  • Edwards Mill
  • The Fruitcake and Jelly Kitchen
  • Williams Memorial Chapel
  • Gaetz Tractor Museum
  • The C of O Greenhouses

Lunch and dinner are served on campus at The Keeter Center in Dobyn’s Dining Room where every part of your dining experience includes work done by students.