AAA Editor Notes
College of the Ozarks is off US 65 Bus. Rte. exit. This liberal arts college is maintained largely by students as one way of defraying the cost of education. Highlights include The College of the Ozarks Greenhouses, containing a collection of more than 7,000 orchids; the neo-Gothic Williams Memorial Chapel, which has impressive stained-glass windows; and the Ralph Foster Museum . Also on the grounds is Edwards Mill, a water-powered mill that produces whole-grain meal. Weaving and basket making may be observed at the mill.
The Keeter Center, at the entrance to the campus, houses a lodge and Dobyns Dining Room. It features architectural details created almost entirely by students, who also prepare and serve the food.