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COER and S&T Rankings


#3 in top 10 engineering colleges in the U.S.
               –College Factual 2014

#11 in top 15 engineering schools by salary 
               –DesignNews 2014

#2 in Midwest schools for starting salary potential
             
 –Payscale Inc. 2014

17th in the nation in 2012 among career centers
             
–The Princeton Review

11th  in the nation in 2011 among career centers
              
–The Princeton Review

18th in the nation among ALL universities, public and private
               
–Payscale Inc.

5th in the nation for public universities return on investment
                
–Payscale Inc. 2014


5th in the nation for public universities return on investment
                
–Payscale Inc. 2014

#1 in the nation among all public universities for the value to out-of-state students
               
–Newsweek

#3 in the nation among all public universities for the value to students in the state
               
–Newsweek

#7 among all public universities for providing the best return on investment
               
–US News & World Report

#10 on the list of universities where the starting pay beats Harvard
               
–ABC News


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NEW! COER 13-14 Year-End Stats!

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COER ranked 17th in the nation in 2012 and 11th in 2011 among career centers

            –The Princeton Review

COER recognized as a top Career Services office
Quoted from DailyFinance.com:

"Another thing that can give students a step up is a solid career placement program. While many of the top placement offices are at private schools, some public schools ...also have great programs. According to the Princeton Review, the University of Florida, Penn State, UT-Austin, Clemson, and Missouri S&T are particularly outstanding."

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