By the numbers: Fall/Winter 2019

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Missouri S&T’s rank among Missouri colleges for alumni salary potential, according to S&T is ranked No. 48 nationally for best universities for a bachelor’s degree.

Cost of a chemistry text using AutoAccess, an S&T Store program that allows students to use digital course material through Canvas, S&T’s digital learning management system. The chemistry book used to cost $330 and weigh almost 10 pounds.

Record royalty income from patents on commercialized inventions and products S&T earned in fiscal year 2019 — a 32% increase over the previous year’s income.

Invitations S&T has received from the U.S. Department of Energy to compete in the Solar Decathlon — more than any other university in the world.

Average GPA of this fall’s first-year students at Missouri S&T. With an average ACT score of 28.8, this group is among the top 10% in the nation.

U.S. Department of Transportation grant to allow chemistry researcher Phil Whitefield to characterize aircraft emissions using conventional and sustainable alternative jet fuels in jet engines at cruising altitude.

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