The Office of Institutional Research and Assessment is the official source for University Data.

Student Profile

New Freshman-Fall 2015

3,592 Applications
3,164 Acceptances
1,489 Enrollments
28.1 Average Composite ACT Score

Ethnicity: Fall 2015 (All Students)

 African American/Black, 3%

 Amr Ind./Alaskan Native, less than 1%

 Asian, 3%

 Hispanic/Latino, 3%

 International, 16%

 Multi-Racial, 2%

 Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander, less than 1%

 Not Specified, 4%

 White, 69%

Fall 2015 Enrollment Highlights

Diverse Students from all 50 States and over 60 countries

6,841 Undergraduate Students Enrolled (77% men, 23% women)

2,048 Graduate Students Enrolled (78% men, 22% women)

Geography: Fall 2015

 Missouri, 66%

 Neighboring States, 10%

 Other States, 9%

 Other Countries, 15%

Academics & Aid

1,643 Undergraduate Courses Offered

27 Average Class Size

75% of classes have fewer than 35 students

18:1 Student to Faculty Ratio

2,495 Degrees and Certificates awarded in academic year 2015

94% of those in STEM Programs

87% Second Year Retention Rate (Fall 2014 cohort)

65% Six-Year graduation rate of First-Time, Full-Time degree seeking students (Fall 2009 cohort)

$15,253 typical undergraduate financial aid package

90%+ of students receive financial aid

$187 million in Endowment Funds as of the 2014 Fiscal Year

Faculty & Research

Missouri S&T Faculty members are world-class scholars who are known for their excellence in research.

351 Full-Time Ranked Professors

95% of faculty holds a terminal degree in his/her field

63% of full-time faculty is tenured

423+ undergraduates take part in research every year

262 research grants are awarded to Missouri S&T faculty by external funding agencies

$40.3 million Total Research Expenditures as of the 2015 fiscal year

Faculty by College: Fall 2015

College of Arts, Sciences, and Business, 40%

College of Engineering and Computing, 60%

ROI After Graduation

$63,350 Average starting salary for Missouri S&T graduates

78% of Missouri S&T graduates are employed or attending graduate school within 6 months of graduation

More than 850 companies, representing a wide range of industries, visited campus to recruit Missouri S&T students.

Placement—All Majors

Graduate School, 15%

Undecided, 21%

Not Seeking Employment, 1%

Employed, 63%

3rd for salary potential in the Midwest

Missouri S&T's overall College Return on Investment Rank is 15th out of 1,511 colleges and universities nationwide.

Based on an econometric model a Missouri S&T graduate is projected to earn between $1.6 to $2.3 million over his/her lifetime.