The Professors really push you to the hardest extent. They expect you to do your homework the first time and take school very seriously. However, if you finish your homework and work at it you will learn more than you expected and the way most professors teach the material it is guaranteed to stick.
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They did a fantastic job at keeping me informed and up to date on deadlines and information. These campus was really impressive. All of the professors that I talked to seemed invested and informed in their job.» Read More
This school has a professional attitude toward learning, and highly-qualified faculty. The facilities are everything I could want and more; beautiful buildings, competant IT, an extensive library, I could go on for hours. There's always something fun going on here, and lots of diverse student groups to join.» Read More
This school is very difficult, but you will learn. It will help you with your future unlike some other schools I have attended. The town may not be the best, but if you work hard in the end you will have a greater return than students at other colleges.» Read More
This is a very challenging school to be a part of. The curriculum is hard but the faculty put forth their best effort to help you succeed . They challenge us in our classes in order to assure that we will be at our best when we leave to pursue our future careers.» Read More
Missouri S&T is a great technology university that is well known throughout the United States and different parts of the world thanks to its amazing graduates. It is a very difficult school, but with the many traditions and activities it doesn't seem as bad. This is also a school that has a lot of family chains attending it, as for me, my grandpa, aunt and uncle all graduated from here as well.» Read More