Missouri University of Science and Technology
You @ S&T
Work hard, play hard
S&T students usually spend about 16 hours per week in class or labs. Then there’s homework and cramming for tests – but there’s still time left for intramurals, student government, clubs, design teams, sleep and hanging out with friends. Just don’t forget to do laundry and call your parents.
Get in the game
The university has a competitive NCAA Division II athletic program featuring eight men’s and seven women’s varsity teams. Miner and Lady Miner student-athletes consistently win athletic and academic awards as members of teams competing in the Great Lakes Valley Conference.
If you enjoy athletics, but aren’t looking to join a varsity squad, S&T offers 19 intramural sports, ranging from basketball and flag football to badminton and bowling. You'll also enjoy S&T's new fitness and recreation complex.
ROTC leadership training
Joining the U.S. Air Force or Army ROTC is an excellent way to prepare for a career and earn money for college. This is an opportunity to get leadership training, military-style, in addition to receiving a valuable academic education. Participants are commissioned as officers after graduation. Science and engineering students are highly sought after. Missouri S&T also has programs with the U.S. Navy, including the Nuclear Propulsion Officer Program for nuclear engineering students.
Missouri S&T has invested $60+ million in new residence hall construction and renovation projects in the past 5 years.