COVID-19: Several campus services changing hours or location

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On March 16, 2020

Dining services

In an effort to maintain a healthy dining environment, Missouri S&T’s dining services will move immediately to cashless transactions at all dining units. University dining plans using a Missouri S&T ID, debit and credit cards will be accepted at all locations.

Library announces hours

Starting Monday, March 16, the Curtis Laws Wilson Library will be open 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday through Friday and open noon-6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday until the campus resumes normal operations.

S&T recreational facilities close

As part of his March 13 announcement that the University of Missouri System universities will extend their remote classes for the remainder of the 2020 spring semester, President Mun Choi also announced that all recreation centers and complexes at the four campuses will be closed in the effort to help contain the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).

Missouri S&T’s Student Recreation Center and Miner Fitness Center in the Gale Bullman Building will remain closed until further notice.

GLVC suspends all intercollegiate athletics activities

The Great Lakes Valley Conference’s (GLVC) Council of Presidents has voted unanimously today (Friday, March 13) to suspend all activities related to intercollegiate athletics and cancel the remaining 2020 GLVC Championships due to concerns of the global coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

The suspension of all athletical-related activities, including competition and practices, is effective immediately across all 24 GLVC sports. The GLVC will review the status of the league suspension on Monday, April 6.

Visit Missouri S&T’s website for updates and links to resources.

Writing center goes online

The Writing Center has moved its operations online. To ensure that our students can continue to receive help on any document, at any stage of the writing process, the center now offers virtual consultations.

The platform provides audio, video and document-sharing in a user-friendly interface. Students can use the center’s existing scheduling tool. Instructors will continue to have access to online consultation reports.

Additionally, the center is distributing application materials online to students who would like to become peer writing consultants. If you know a student who has strong writing skills and a desire to help others, please direct them to information about the job, as well as forms and instructions, at

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