Stop by one of our information sessions this Fall semester and learn all about studying abroad! No matter your major, your interests, or your expectations, whether you are a Chemical, Nuclear, or Computer Engineering student looking to spend a semester learning in one of the world’s leading technological universities around the globe or hoping to perfect those Spanish skills in the heart of Spain or just wanting to spend your summer break traveling across Germany, we have the perfect program for you. Follow the link below to sign up for an information session and get your journey started TODAY!Read More »
Beginning Monday, June 3 2019, the IT Help Desk will observe summer hours. The Help Desk’s walk-in center will be open 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Monday through Friday. The IT Help Desk’s phone line and online live chat will be available 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Friday.Read More »
As part of the System-wide Active Directory consolidation, student accounts are scheduled to be moved to the shared domain starting May 22nd through May 24th.
• If your username starts with A-E, your account will be moved on May 22, 2019
• If your username starts with F-M, your account will be moved on May 23, 2019
• If your username start with N-Z, your account will be moved on May 24,2019
The biggest impact you may experience is the change to the way you authenticate to access university email on mobile devices and log in to University workstations and applications.
Look for continued communications regarding the steps you will need to take once your account has been moved.
For questions, please contact the IT Help Desk by calling 573-341-4357 (HELP), visiting the IT Help Desk on the first floor of the Curtis Laws Wilson Library, or submitting a ticket online at: https://help.mst.edu
Many exciting things are happening with the Waynesville High School Robotics Team. With a new DoD grant, the school elected to transition from Vex to First… and they’re going large, embracing the more advanced FIRST Robotics Competition.
They are starting an FRC team and need to lean on some experienced students.
Students who are FIRST FRC alumni and those familiar with programming would be
Contact the military liaison Steve Tupper, email@example.com,
if you want to get connected to this team.
The year 2020 will mark the beginning of Missouri S&T’s sesquicentennial celebration. A special commemorative book is being planned for our 150th anniversary, which will officially kickoff during Homecoming 2020, and we need your help. Please share your remembrances of Missouri S&T — as a student, a faculty or staff member, or graduate — and you may see your story in the book. All stories will also be shared with the University Archives. We look forward to hearing from you! Submit your stories to firstname.lastname@example.org.Read More »
The Kaleidoscope Discovery Center is a local non-profit focused on providing hands-on education in the Rolla community. They have many programs for kids from grade school to high school ages that advance the understanding and appreciation of engineering, science, technology, the environment, arts, and math. Volunteering with Kaleidoscope is a lot of fun (and looks great on a resume)!Read More »