Great place to visit! Awesome restaurant. The students here are great! Take a tour of campus and enjoy the museums!
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I did not know that the students that attend this college have to work 15 hours a week during the Fall and Spring semester and 40 hours per week during the Summer, to have full tuition and housing paid for. That is a great idea....More
I went to The School of the Ozarks (now College of the Ozarks) in the early 1980's. They have added many new buildings and have upgraded accommodations for guests and travelers. The new dining facility and hotel is beautiful.
You have to have dinner here at least one night. Very clean and you get the feeling of elegant atmosphere. The price are really good. We have 4 people under$80 with dessert.. check this place out, please, I want it to stop do this when...More
Went to the Ralph Foster Museum there. It has such a varied collection on 3 floors. We have gone to Branson for years and never knew about this. We ate lunch at the Keeter Center. Very good. The College is very attractive and friendly. Also...More
The college Resturant is not only a fun place to visit,. It is a great place to eat... The food is great.. highly recommend the chicken fried chicken and the fried catfish... The ladies had salad that we good for them.. come hungry, cause there...More
Wonderful building that includes gift shop, dining, and terrific war memorabilia. The students earn their paid tuition by working at various jobs within the college grounds.
Enjoyed the Ralph Foster Museum on several occasions over the last decade or so. A very large collection of interesting items. And of course, excellent dining and fresh-made ice cream!
The college offers lunch and dinner at the Keeter Center. Everything we have had to eat has been wonderful. I especially like the tomato soup and the bread pudding. The students that serve in the restaurant are super ! They are very friendly and helpful....More
Ralph Foster Museum is a must see if you are in Branson. Filled with all types of beautiful artifacts. Opens at a reasonable time to allow you to visit and see shows in Branson. Plan for at least two hours to properly visit the museum.