Two Missouri universities have been named among the top 100 best colleges in America by Niche. The University of Missouri in Columbia ranked 54th on the list, and the Missouri University of Science and Technology in Rolla ranked 86th.
The University of Missouri, also known as Mizzou, ranked in the top 20 for best Greek life, as the campus has a very active Greek life and loads of sporting activities to participate in or attend. But it is not just the Greek life community that helped the college rank high on the list. Students at Mizzou can choose from more than 90 undergraduate programs, 150 graduate programs, and 85 online degrees and certificates. The school offers hands-on learning as part of some areas of study, plus entrepreneurship programs and a study abroad program.
Missouri S&T is a public technological research university established in 1870. Students can choose between nearly 100 degree programs, with top choices including mechanical engineering, engineering, and information science. The school is strongly research-focused, with signature research areas that include advanced manufacturing, advanced materials for sustainable infrastructure, and smart living.
Missouri has long been known for producing world-class talent and is home to many top-flight universities. With more than 3 million educated workers, Missouri’s talent pool is deep, specialized and experienced in our state’s key growth areas of advanced manufacturing, agtech, logistics and more.