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COER and S&T Rankings

15th  in the nation in 2015 among career centers
–The Princeton Review

14th in the nation for public universities return on investment
–Payscale Inc. 2015

#3 in top 10 engineering colleges in the U.S.
–College Factual 2015

#5 in most underrated colleges
–Business Insider 2015

#21 in Colleges That Pay You Back for students with no demonstrated need.

               - Princeton Review 2016

#1 (in-state) and #2 (out-of-state) in the ROI of Best Value Colleges in Missouri.

                - Payscale 2016

#30 in ROI of Best Value Colleges for 2016
Payscale 2016

#20 in ROI of Best Vlue Colleges (tied with Georgia Institute of Technology) for 2016 for students with no demonstrated need. 
–Payscale 2016

Missouri S&T (in-state) tied with Georgia Institute of Technology (out-of-state) in the 11th ranked position for ROI at Engineering Schools.

                –Payscale 2016

#37 in Colleges That Pay You Back

                - Princeton Review 2016

Success is often synonymous with Missouri S&T graduates.  And this does not go unnoticed by current students.  As one senior boasts, "Many employers place Missouri S&T candidates at the top of their list."  A fellow senior concurs adding, "Missouri S&T provides a first class education and employers know the quality of student that graduates from this institution so finding a job is no problem at all!"  Certainly, some of this professional achievement can be chalked up to a "fantastic" career services office.  After all, the industrious individuals who work here put up some remarkable statistics.  For starters, the office facilitates roughly 4,700 on-campus interviews a year.  It also arranges approximately 3,330 job postings for Missouri S&T students and provides access to an additional 16 million job postings worldwide.  And, as if that all weren't enough, according to, the median starting salary of S&T graduates is $62,400.

                - The Princeton Review!careers