Montana Tech of the University of Montana
|Montana School of Mines|
|Motto||De re metallica (Latin)|
Motto in English
|Of the metals[a]|
|Students||2,428 (Fall 2017)|
|Postgraduates||250 (Fall 2017)|
|Location||Butte, Montana, United States|
Green and Copper
|Affiliations||University of Montana System|
In fall 2017, Montana Tech had nearly 2,700 students, 13 campus buildings and offers 45 undergraduate degrees along with 15 minors, 11 certification degrees, and 10 pre-professional career programs.  Montana Tech also offers 21 graduate degrees and a Ph.D. in Materials Science.
Montana Tech offers approximately 45 undergraduate degrees along with over 15 minors, 11 certification degrees, and 10 pre-professional career programs. Montana Tech also offers 13 graduate degrees and a Ph.D. in Materials Science.
Montana Tech consists of four colleges: the School of Mines & Engineering; the College of Letters, Sciences and Professional Studies; Highlands College; and the Graduate School.
The Diggers football team is led by head coach Chuck Morrell. Montana Tech teams, nicknamed athletically as the Orediggers, are part of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), primarily competing in the Frontier Conference. Men's sports include basketball, football and golf, while women's sports include basketball, golf and volleyball.
Reputation and rankings
The Wall Street Journal ranked Montana Tech ninth in the nation for best public universities for return on investment. Read the full story on the Wall Street Journal website. In 2014, Montana Tech was ranked 6th in the nation for graduates earning the highest starting salaries, according to the Washington Post article.
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- "Chancellor named at Tech". The Montana Standard. Retrieved July 7, 2011.
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- "History". Montana Tech. Retrieved November 2, 2017.
- Belkin, Douglas (March 1, 2015). "Are Prestigious Private Colleges Worth the Cost?". Wall Street Journal. Retrieved November 2, 2017.
- "Where to go to college if you want the highest starting salary". Washington Post. September 11, 2014. Retrieved November 2, 2017.
- NASA news[permanent dead link] - Richard Joyce - Montana Tech
- 25 Statutes at Large, 676; 1 Supp. Rev. St. U.S. pp. 645, 648.
- Laws of 1893; Section 1572, Political Code of Montana
- Laws of 1895; Sections 1591, 1594, 1595, 1600, Political Code of Montana
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- Munday, Pat. Biographical entry for C.H. Clapp (1883-1935), geologist and Montana School of Mines President. American National Biography, ed. John A. Garraty and Mark C. Carnes, 24 vols. (Oxford University Press: 1999): v. 4, pp. 900–1.
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