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At a Glance

  • Founded: 1963
  • On Campus Students: 10,565 (Fall 17)
  • Off Campus Students: 6,150 (Fall 17)
  • Degrees Awarded: 3,223 (FY17)
  • Faculty: 862 (Fall 17, excludes GAs)
  • Staff: 1,086 (Fall 17)
  • Budget: $200M
  • Alumni: 100,000

Our Mission

The University of Missouri-St. Louis provides excellent learning experiences and leadership opportunities for a diverse student body. Outstanding faculty and staff, innovative research, and creative partnerships foster synergies that advance the welfare of our stakeholders and benefit the global society.

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Total Enrollment (Fall 2017)

Undergraduate 13,787 82.4%
Graduate 2,756 16.5%
Professional 172 1.1%
Total 16,715 100%
   On Campus 10,565
   Off Campus 6,150
     

Admissions Statistics (Fall 2017)

Freshmen applicants 2,716
     Admits 1,563
     Admission rate 548%
     Enrolled freshmen 495
Transfer applicants 3,237
     Admits 2,191
     Admission rate 68%
     Enrolled transfers 1,540
Freshman Average ACT 24.4
Freshman Average HS GPA 3.318
Percent in top-half of HS graduating class 88%
    

Undergraduate Financial Aid (FY2017)

Institutional Sources $21,407,299
Federal Sources $54,103,424
State Sources $3,961,417
Other Sources $4,608,006
Total $84,080,146
    

Gender Enrollment (Fall 2017)

Women 59.0%
Men 41.0%
      

Students with Known Ethnicity (Fall 2017)

On-Campus Minority Enrollment 29.7%
     

Enrollment by College (All Undergraduates, Fall 2017)

College of Arts & Sciences 3,792 49.5%
College of Business Administration 2,020 26.4%
College of Education 570 7.4%
Joint Engineering Program w/ Washington University 266 3.5%
School of Social Work 293 3.8%
College of Nursing 720 9.4%
     

Academics

Undergraduate colleges & schools 8
Graduate & professional schools 2
Total full-time faculty (Fall 17) 443
Student-to-faculty ratio 18:1
Degrees awarded (FY2017) 3,223
Undergraduate classes w/ fewer than 29 students 76.3%
     

Campus Life

Percent of first-time freshman students living on campus 95%
Countries represented by undergraduate student body 65
Student Organizations 120+
Number of fraternities & sororities 14
First-year, full-time student retention rate 75%
     

Triton Athletics

NCAA Division/Conference Division II / Great Lakes Valley Conference
Varsity teams 7 Women's & 6 Men's
Women's teams Basketball, Golf, Soccer, Softball,
Swimming, Tennis, Volleyball
Men's teams Baseball, Basketball, Golf, Soccer,
Swimming, Tennis
Intramural sports 29
School Colors Red and Gold
Mascot Louie the Triton