§ 174.010 State divided into seven college districts
§ 174.020 Names of state colleges and universities
§ 174.025 Junior college to be referred to as community college in state statutes
§ 174.030 Board authorized to change name — does not grant additional powers or …
§ 174.040 Board of regents, how known — general powers.
§ 174.042 Central Missouri State University, authority to convey certain mineral ..
§ 174.050 Membership of board of regents
§ 174.055 Student representative to board of regents or governors — appointment, …
§ 174.060 Appointment of boards
§ 174.070 Regents’ term of office
§ 174.080 Organization of boards
§ 174.090 Quorum, what constitutes majority of all members, when necessary
§ 174.100 Meetings of boards — regular and special — compensation.
§ 174.105 Attendance policy for members of governing boards
§ 174.110 Boards to make rules for own government
§ 174.120 College under general control and management of regents
§ 174.125 Teacher-training institutions to provide physical education courses, first ..
§ 174.130 Boards to regulate admission of students
§ 174.140 Employees — terms, compensation, retirement, workers’ compensation for.
§ 174.150 Causes for removal of president or teacher — notice and hearing — right of …
§ 174.160 Authority to confer degrees
§ 174.170 Annual report, contents
§ 174.180 Treasurer to furnish bond — duties — reports.
§ 174.190 Duties of the secretary — compensation.
§ 174.200 Funds must not be diverted
§ 174.210 Indebtedness, how paid
§ 174.220 No officer or employee shall be interested in the sale of school supplies ..
§ 174.225 No state college or university to seek land grant designation or research ..
§ 174.230 Missouri Southern State College — established, when — district.
§ 174.231 Missouri Southern State University, mission statement — discontinuance of …
§ 174.233 Missouri Southern State College, three-year plan — review and approval.
§ 174.250 Missouri Western State University — established, when — district.
§ 174.251 Missouri Western State University, mission statement
§ 174.253 Missouri Western State University, three-year plan — review and approval.
§ 174.261 State to fund universities
§ 174.270 Colleges subject to law — territory not to be in former state college …
§ 174.300 Harris-Stowe University — board of regents, appointment, terms.
§ 174.310 Harris-Stowe State University, transfer of facility — operation — funding — …
§ 174.320 Harris-Stowe State University, retirement system provision
§ 174.323 Central Missouri State University to establish an international safety, ..
§ 174.330 Institution may charge fees for certain services, electronic connection
§ 174.332 Northwest Missouri State University, board of regents, members, terms, ..
§ 174.335 Meningococcal disease, all on-campus students to be vaccinated — exemption, …
§ 174.450 Board of governors to be appointed for certain public institutions of ..
§ 174.453 Board, appointment — certain residency requirements — terms, voting members …
§ 174.455 Expenses of board paid out of revenues of the university — vacancies, how …
§ 174.457 Board of governors, powers, duties, immunities and liabilities, compensation
§ 174.500 West Plains campus of Missouri State University established — mission …
§ 174.600 Truman State University, liberal arts and sciences
§ 174.601 Truman State University, formerly known as Northeast Missouri State University
§ 174.610 Governing board to be board of governors — number of voting and nonvoting …
§ 174.620 Board of governors, appointment — terms — expenses — vacancies.
§ 174.621 Confidentiality of board members, recusal — meetings closed to student …
§ 174.630 Organization of Northeast Missouri State University — new degree programs, …
§ 174.700 Board of regents and board of governors may appoint necessary police officers
§ 174.703 Police officers to take oath and be issued certificate of appointment — …
§ 174.706 Boards may appoint guards or watchmen not having authority of police officers
§ 174.709 Vehicular traffic, control of, governing body may regulate — codification — …
§ 174.712 Motor vehicles on campus subject to general motor vehicle laws of Missouri
§ 174.750 Missouri arboretum created under direction of board of regents of Northwest ..
§ 174.753 Director of the arboretum, appointment — powers and duties — director to be …
§ 174.755 Arboretum establishment on Northwest State University campus not to limit ..
§ 174.757 Director to certify copies of resource record reproduction — director to …
§ 174.759 Friends of Missouri arboretum to be private support group
§ 174.761 Qualified arboretum sites to be accepted as established members of the ..
§ 174.770 Jim Sears leadership scholarship program for Truman State University, ..

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  • following: when used by way of reference to any section of the statutes, mean the section next preceding or next following that in which the reference is made, unless some other section is expressly designated in the reference. See Missouri Laws 1.020
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  • hereafter: means the time after the statute containing it takes effect. See Missouri Laws 1.020
  • Jurisdiction: (1) The legal authority of a court to hear and decide a case. Concurrent jurisdiction exists when two courts have simultaneous responsibility for the same case. (2) The geographic area over which the court has authority to decide cases.
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  • Month: means a calendar month, and "year" means a calendar year unless otherwise expressed, and is equivalent to the words year of our Lord. See Missouri Laws 1.020
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  • Property: includes real and personal property. See Missouri Laws 1.020
  • Quorum: The number of legislators that must be present to do business.
  • Remainder: An interest in property that takes effect in the future at a specified time or after the occurrence of some event, such as the death of a life tenant.
  • State: when applied to any of the United States, includes the District of Columbia and the territories, and the words "United States" includes such district and territories. See Missouri Laws 1.020
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  • Testimony: Evidence presented orally by witnesses during trials or before grand juries.
  • United States: includes such district and territories. See Missouri Laws 1.020