Student News

Student services – how to remotely access the services you need

Posted by on April 8, 2020

This article includes details on how to access the following services:

  • ADA disability accommodations
  • Advising for graduate students
  • Advising for undergraduate students
  • Career opportunities and employer relations (COER)
  • Care management services
  • Counseling services
  • Equity and Title IX
  • International affairs
  • Library
  • Miner Wellness
  • Online learning resources
  • Opportunities for undergraduate research experience (OURE)
  • Student diversity initiatives (SDI)
  • Student Health Services
  • Student involvement
  • Student Success Center
  • Student Veterans Research Center (SVRC)
  • Writing Center

If you would like details about a department or service not listed here, please email Velvet Hasner, manager of internal communications, at hasnerv@mst.edu, and let her know what you would like to have added.

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Stay musically active with the Video Game Music Ensemble

Posted by on April 8, 2020

No band room? No problem! The S&T VGME has been working hard since the first talks of campus closure to still bring our set of music to students’ ears. This Semester we have prepared a set of five pieces of music from the Final Fantasy series, with two entirely devoted to Final Fantasy VII, in […]

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Writing Center still accepting applications

Posted by on April 8, 2020

Are you a strong writer? Do you enjoy helping your peers? If so, a position as peer writing consultant may be a good fit! The Writing Center is now accepting applications for paid positions beginning in fall 2020. Information on the position and instructions for submitting an application are available at https://writingcenter.mst.edu/employment/. Questions? Contact us […]

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A viewing of National Theatre’s Jane Eyre on April 12

Posted by on April 8, 2020

Please join Sigma Tau Delta, the English Honor Society, for a screening of the famous London National Theatre’s production of Jane Eyre this Sunday, April 12, at 1pm. We will have a chance to discuss the production after the show. To be invited to the Zoom meeting, please email Dr. Kathryn Dolan (dolankc@mst.edu).

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The Foundry, a new campus cluster

Posted by on April 8, 2020

Meeting the goal of establishing a new High Performance Computing (HPC) cluster by April 1, 2020, Missouri S&T opened access to “The Foundry” for a limited set of research faculty in March, 2020 for testing and evaluation. The Foundry has been jointly funded by the NSF and Missouri S&T. The Foundry will replace The Forge, […]

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Join Dr. Sandra Magnus, former Atlantis astronaut, for April 17 webinar

Posted by on April 7, 2020

Please join Dr. Sandra Magnus, former Atlantis astronaut and Missouri S&T alumna, 2 p.m. Friday, April 17 for a webinar, “Mission Possible: Adapting to New Norms.” Magnus will share real-life experiences, coping mechanisms, encouragement and advice for dealing with social isolation during the pandemic. Magnus is Deputy Director for Engineering in the Office of the […]

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Pass/fail policy approved

Posted by on April 3, 2020

Missouri S&T’s Faculty Senate approved a motion by the Academic Freedom and Standards Committee to change the grading system for the Spring 2020 semester, effective immediately. The policy includes: Instructors will assign ABCD grades as normal All F grades will be replaced by U grades Students can request any or all of their classes be […]

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Important one-minute student survey

Posted by on April 1, 2020

Survey requests student feedback about transition to online-only learning Steve Roberts, provost, and Kathy Northcut, vice provost for academic support, are asking all students to take one minute to help determine how the transition to online instruction is going. The survey is completely anonymous and can be done on a smart phone. Results will help […]

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Faculty Senate considers pass/fail policy

Posted by on April 1, 2020

Missouri S&T’s Faculty Senate is currently considering a policy to allow students increased flexibility regarding satisfactory/unsatisfactory grades (or pass/fail) for the Spring 2020 semester. More information will be posted once it is available.

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Live off campus? Count yourself in Census

Posted by on April 1, 2020

According to the United States Census Bureau, students affected by university closures due to COVID-19 precautions should still be counted in the 2020 U.S. Census where they usually live while in school. If you typically live off campus, please complete the survey at 2020census.gov.

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