Top corporate partners

Missouri S&T benefits from partnerships with many corporations. But there are a select few companies whose connection with the campus is unrivaled. These are the companies that hire our graduates, invest in the university and support research. Their employees are active on campus, and Missouri S&T often provides continuing education to their workforce.


Recently, Missouri S&T’s Corporate Relations Team, made up of senior campus leaders, selected S&T’s 2011-2012 top corporate partners based on three years of data on four criteria: hiring, donations to campus, research expenditures and number of alumni employed.
Twelve companies top the list:

  • Ameren
  • Anheuser-Busch
  • The Boeing Co.
  • Caterpillar
  • Chevron
  • Deere & Co.
  • ExxonMobil
  • General Electric
  • General Motors
  • Halliburton
  • Monsanto
  • Sprint Nextel

S&T appreciates all these companies do and is glad to provide great services to them. To find out more about what S&T can do for your company, contact Mary Bird at 573-341-6596 or mbird@mst.edu.

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