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Students have the option to either return to campus after Thanksgiving break to attend their in-person classes or complete the final two weeks of classes remotely. If you are a student and need remote-learning accommodations, please work with your instructors and academic advisors.
Dr. Mo Dehghani, chancellor of Missouri S&T, sent a campus update message to students, faculty and staff on Nov. 16.Read More »
Distinguished colleagues and dear friends,
Last week, we recorded the highest number of COVID-19 cases at S&T since classes began in August. Cases are on the rise in Rolla, in our state and across the nation. Given this situation as we enter this final week before Thanksgiving break, it is essential that all of us take even greater precautions against the spread of COVID-19. We plan to return after Thanksgiving break to successfully complete this challenging semester, but it will take every one of us working together for the common cause to make that happen.
S&T Chancellor Mo Dehghani has cancelled the Chancellor’s Holiday Brunch due to the risks associated with the spread of COVID-19. He also strongly discourages any holiday gatherings among students, faculty and staff such as office parties or carry-in luncheons.Read More »
Dr. Dennis Goodman, chief medical officer at Missouri S&T, sent the following message to students, faculty and staff on Nov. 10:Read More »
The latest travel recommendations for S&T employees and students are posted on S&T’s coronavirus website. Get a flyer with these guidelines.
Due to the uncertain nature of the COVID-19 pandemic, these recommendations are subject to change at any time.
For seven days after traveling in the U.S. without social distancing or by mass transit:
Many traditional Halloween activities can be high-risk for spreading viruses, but there are several safer alternatives. If you have COVID-19 or if you may have been exposed to someone with the virus, you should not participate in in-person Halloween activities and should not give out candy to trick-or-treaters.Read More »
Students, faculty, friends and family will be able to tune in to a live author discussion, dedicate a new laboratory and take part in the official kickoff of the university’s 150th anniversary celebration, all from the comfort of their own homes this October during the university’s Homecoming 2020 celebration. The schedule includes:Read More »