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University of Missouri St. Louis

St. Missouri, United States


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History, Affiliations and Rankings

The Institution of Missouri - St. Louis (UMSL) is a public research university in St. Louis, Missouri, that was established in 1963. Along with Columbia, Rolla, and Kansas City, it is one of four universities that make up the University of Missouri System. It is currently largely recognized as a top-tier international higher education provider with a strong academic reputation and a high percentage of marketable and successful graduates. The University was formed by combining many structures, including Bellerive Country Clubs, Benton Hall Clark Hall, Thomas Jefferson Library, Stadler Hall, Mark Twain Building, and the J.C. Penney Building. The Business School is certified by the AACSB, and it is the only public institution in the St. Louis area that is also accredited in Accounting. In sports, it is affiliated with NCAA Division II - GLVC. The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2022 placed the University in the band #601-#800 and according to the QS World University Rankings, it placed in the band of #401-450

Infrastructure, Campuses, Courses

The University of Missouri - St. Louis occupies a 450-acre campus. It has two campuses, one on 50.6 acres vacated by the Bellerive Country Club in the late 1950s and the other on the Marillac College site, which was established in 1976. The St Louis Mercantile Labor Library, which dates from 1846 and is the oldest library west of the Mississippi, is one of the city's most notable attractions. 15000+ students are enrolled from across the world. It offers more than 100+ undergraduate and graduate programs. The College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Business Administration, the College of Education, the College of Fine Arts and Communication, the College of Nursing, the College of Optometry, and the Pierre Laclede Honors College are among the seven colleges that make up the USML. Some of the popular courses are Business, Management, Marketing, health professions, social sciences Accounting, Education, Engineering and Information Technology

Accomplishments and Alumni

The University of Missouri - St. Louis was placed at #63 in the world in the Times Higher Education's list of 'Golden Age' universities. According to U.S. News & World Report, UMSL is a Tier 1 national research institution, ranking 118th among public universities and its international undergraduate business program has been ranked in the top 25 nationally for 18 consecutive years. UMSL was rated one of "America's Best Colleges" by Forbes Magazine, based on the factors that matter most to students: teaching quality, employment possibilities, graduation rates, and debt levels. The Great Lakes Valley Conference awarded Academic All-Conference honors to its 120 student-athletes. UMSL is one of just 12 colleges in the United States to be rated among the Top 100 finest universities in the world for eliminating inequities, according to the Times Higher Education. More than 108,000 people have received degrees from UMSL, with 75% of them living and working in Missouri. Paul Curtman (Republican member of the Missouri House of Representatives), Kathleen E. Fick (Air National Guard Major General), William Knoedelseder (Pulitzer Prize-winning author, former business writer for the Los Angeles Times and TV producer), Phyllis Smith (Television and film actress), Steven Tilley (Missouri Speaker of the House of Representatives) and Lyda Krewson  (Mayor of the City of St. Louis) are some of the notable alumni.

Student Diversity and Visiting Companies

The University of Missouri-St. Louis has one of the most culturally and ethnically diverse campuses in the country, and it offers outstanding educational, research, and engagement opportunities that educate, prepare, challenge and inspire students. USML has student groups like student affairs which helps in fostering inclusion and diversity. Diversity training and workshops, cultural nights, cultural immersion programs, student support groups, cultural centers, cultural awareness programs, inclusive holiday and religious observance programs, and culturally themed clubs and organizations are just some of the ways of doing so. Student Affairs promotes inclusion and diversity. Student Affairs also fosters international learning communities, sponsors panel discussions on a variety of themes (e.g., religion, sexual orientation, gender, politics, race, socioeconomic position, and so on), and aids students with discrimination complaints. The top companies that visit USML are Boeing, Anheuser-Busch InBev, Bayer, the Little Bit Foundation, UniGroup, and others

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