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Abbreviation Thread

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  • youceeyoucee Registered User Posts: 885 Member
    Do the folks in the know on CC know if you can pay for CC with a CC?
  • LilyMoonLilyMoon Registered User Posts: 1,826 Senior Member
    I saw this a lot when I first started on CC, SIR - Statement of Intent to Register
  • HapworthHapworth Registered User Posts: 6 New Member
    An earlier poster correctly identified U. of Missouri-Columbia is "Mizzou," but incorrectly referred to it as UMO and UMOC (although maybe that's an abbreviation people have used here???). Mizzou is also referred to as "MU," though that abbreviation is not often used (have heard some Mizzou folk say MU).

    I attended Mizzou for doctoral study, so that's why I know. Mizzou or MU. Everyone wants to save keystrokes, but Mizzou would cause the least confusion.
  • HImomHImom Registered User Posts: 28,579 Senior Member
    More abbreviations:
    OOS = Out of State
    Us = universities
    NSE = National Student Exchange
    WUE = Western Undergraduate Exchange
    These are two programs that enable students residing in qualifying states to apply to participating Us to go to OOS Us at lower prices than the regular OOS rate. There are other programs like WUE in other areas of the US.
  • AmyCAmyC Registered User Posts: 1 New Member
    This is so helpful.

    I couldn't find REU: help!
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