You're probably into numbers,

so here are some facts.

$63K

average starting salary
for Missouri S&T graduates

#3

engineering college, according to
College Factual/USA Today

95%

of professors hold
terminal degrees in their fields

22nd

in U.S. for engineering B.S. degrees
awarded to women

Committed to Academic Quality

  • No. 3 engineering college, according to College Factual/USA Today (USA Today, 2016).
  • No. 5 public university for online graduate computer information technology programs and eighth overall (U.S. News and World Report, January 2016).
  • No. 6 public university for online graduate engineering programs and ninth overall (U.S. News and World Report, January 2016).

  • No. 15 "smartest public college" in the U.S. (Business Insider, September 2015).

A Valuable Investment

  • No. 2 value-added public university, according to the Brookings Institution (April 2015).
  • No. 5 university in the nation for annualized return on investment, according to PayScale.com (March 2015).
  • No. 15 for career services in Princeton Review's "Colleges That Pay You Back" (February 2015).

Excellence Beyond the Classroom

  • Four interdisciplinary signature areas devoted to cutting-edge research and learning in the areas of advanced manufacturing, advanced materials for sustainable infrastructure, enabling materials for extreme environments and smart living.
  • Named top “Awesome College Lab” for our Experimental Mine for four years running by Popular Science magazine (September 2010-2013).
  • Committed to environmental sustainability, Missouri S&T is home to one of the nation’s most comprehensive geothermal energy systems. Online since 2015, the system has reduced energy usage by over 50 percent campuswide.
  • Home to the Solar Village and EcoVillage - two neighborhoods of student designed and built solar houses that took part in the U.S. Department of Energy’s Solar Decathlon. Today, these six homes serve as real-world labs for sustainable living.