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Missouri S&T’s community offers various resources for staff members, ranging from help with groceries through the Community Cart program to online Excel training through myLearn. See the UM System learning recommendations section below. This article includes details on how to access the following resources.
If details about your department’s services or resources are not listed and you would like them included, please submit the details via the eConnection submission form.
Community Cart: sdi.mst.edu
Community Cart is a food and supply pantry to help alleviate the financial burden of obtaining food, household goods, cleaning supplies, and hygiene products for S&T staff and faculty. The pantry is a partner agency with The Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri.
To order, go to sdi.mst.edu and find “Community Cart” under Staff and Faculty Resources.
Counseling services (individual sessions, walk-in or group sessions) are being conducted by phone or video conference via Zoom. Please contact the office at 573-341-4211 to schedule an appointment or confirm your scheduled appointment.
Employee Assistance Program: umsystem.edu/totalrewards/benefits/eap_contact#rolla
Counseling is available for staff, faculty and their dependents through the University of Missouri System’s Employee Assistance Program. To contact the program, please call 833-515-0754. When you call the number, you will speak with a guidance consultant who will collect general information about you and will talk with you about your needs. The guidance consultant will provide the name of a counselor who can assist you.
Equity and Title IX: equity.mst.edu
Missouri S&T’s Equity and Title IX office is open 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Mondays through Fridays in a virtual setting as the staff works remotely. All staff members are available for in-person meetings via Zoom.
Individuals wishing to file an equity or Title IX complaint are encouraged to visit equity.mst.edu/title-ix. In the case of an emergency, call 911.
Please note: The UM System’s collected rules prohibiting discrimination on the basis of gender (Title IX), and any other protected class (equity) extend off campus, and in all virtual spaces where university business (education, meetings, advising sessions, etc.) is held. While in some instances it may be challenging for the university to investigate when a situation occurs off campus, accommodations can still be provided.
Mandatory reporting requirements for university employees remain in effect. Individuals with questions are encouraged to contact Benjamin White, director and deputy Title IX coordinator, at Benjamin.email@example.com or 573-341-4382.
Keep Learning website: keeplearning.mst.edu
If you’re taking classes, the Keep Learning website provides several resources, links to online tools and questions to answers you may have. There is a section for students as well as a section for faculty.
Social media training is available online via Zoom. Contact Lindsey Stratton, social media strategist, at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule your team social media training. A minimum of three people attending per department is required to schedule training.
Staff Council: staffcouncil.mst.edu
Staff Council represents and promotes the best interests of the Missouri S&T staff, helps to build a positive working relationship with the campus community and works to provide effective communication between staff and administration. The organization offers an employee scholarship program and hosts staff appreciation events. Learn more on Staff Council’s website or visit the council’s Facebook page.
University of Missouri System learning recommendations: umsystem.edu/ums/hr/tmr/learning-recommendations-demand-and-webinars
Use this webpage to get tips for working remotely, to access training resources, and to learn about upcoming webinars.