Founded in 1870 as one of the first technological institutions west of the Mississippi.
Looking for a top-notch engineering or computing education? Great. Looking for an inclusive liberal arts education? Also great. Our College of Engineering and Computing features 18 engineering and computing undergraduate degree programs, while our College of Arts, Sciences, and Business offers a vibrant mix of liberal arts and humanities, biological and physical sciences, education, business, behavioral sciences, and military science disciplines.
Research is at the forefront of an S&T education. Regardless of your major, you can expect to do interesting and extensive research in one of university’s four Signature Research Areas: Advanced Manufacturing, Advanced Materials for Sustainable Infrastructure, Enabling Materials for Extreme Environments, and Smart Living.
Career Opportunities and Employer Relations (COER) at the Missouri University of Science and Technology is dedicated in helping students and alumni pursue their career dreams. COER offers a variety of professional development services to students and alumni.
Student Involvement can connect you to the community through service projects, fraternity and sorority life, and student organizations. We can help you get engaged on campus and develop leadership skills. Look out for future emails to check out the opportunities we provide to get involved!
Our residence halls come in all shapes, sizes and floor plans – from suite-style residential colleges and apartment-style downtown halls to traditional, shared-room style halls. But if those aren’t your style, there are also fraternity and sorority houses, and the Christian Campus House.
The library is constantly looking for ways to improve and revitalize the spaces we provide our students, staff, and faculty. We want to be able to provide spaces that allow our users to succeed. Since our community has a variety of needs we must provide different types of spaces to accomodate individual and group study, social interaction, and quiet reflection.
The IT Help Desk is our preferred method of customer contact for tech support and troubleshooting issues.
Student Health Services provides a variety of health and wellness services to students at Missouri S&T. From labs to flu shots to physicals and counseling, these services are provided by highly qualified health professionals who are dedicated to improving and maintaining the wellness of the entire community.
Many consider living in an residence hall or on-campus an essential part of the “college experience.” This is where you’ll make lifelong friends, meet students from backgrounds much different than yours, and just basically have fun.
This is no ordinary campus - St. Pats, Celebration of Nations, Happy Phriday! There’s a lot going on here, and you won't want to miss any part of it. Students at S&T are heavily involved in happenings on campus, from joining a design team, to Greek life, to groundbreaking faculty-student research.
Our intercollegiate athletic teams compete against other NCAA Division II universities across the country. From touchdowns to chemical equations and home runs to genetic research - our athletes take the game on and off the field seriously. Whether you’re a Division II athlete or just into intramural sports, you'll have plenty to choose from at S&T.
Missouri S&T has more than 200 student organizations. Whether you like to longboard, or run long-distance, there’s an organization for you. More into Dungeons and Dragons or Call of Duty and Halo? There’s an organization for you, too. Heck, do you just like to BBQ and eat good food? Guess what - there’s even an organization for you.
he Higher Learning Commission (HLC) is a regional accreditation agency that accredits degree-granting colleges and universities that are based in a 19-state region of the United States.
Regional accreditation validates the quality of an institution as a whole and evaluates multiple aspects of an institution, including its academic offerings, governance and administration, mission, finances, and resources. HLC’s institutional accreditation includes all degree levels as well as onsite and online offerings. Institutions of higher education in the United States may also seek accreditation through national or specialized accreditation agencies.