Columbia College-Moberly student scores in 99th percentile

Dr. Bruce Jackson (left) and Jesse Alford (right)
Columbia College-Moberly student, Jesse Alford, scored in the 99th percentile on the business Major Field Test (MFT). Alford, who lives in Moberly, is pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with majors in management and human resource management.

“We are so proud of Jesse’s achievement; he is a superior student,” said Dr. Bruce Jackson, director of Columbia College-Moberly. “We’d also like to acknowledge the hard work and dedication of our business faculty who make sure students receive top-notch instruction.”

The MFT is a two-hour, nationally normed exam available in numerous academic disciplines and administered to more than 100,000 students at more than 600 colleges annually. Developed by the Educational Testing Service, the Major Field Tests are administered to seniors as part of Columbia College’s ongoing effort to evaluate the effectiveness of degree programs.


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Congratulations to Jesse! He has proved his talent and he has really done a great job. Hope he will do great in future too!