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The first home football game is scheduled for Saturday, when the Miners host Arkansas Baptist in a 1 p.m. contest at Allgood-Bailey Stadium. Admission is free to all S&T students for all regular season games.Read More »
You can be a light and help prevent suicide. On Friday, September 10th Student Well-Being and the gentlemen of Delta Sig invite you to stop by our booth outside Havener from 11-1 pm to commemorate World Suicide Prevention Day.We encourage you to take time to learn about available resources and how you can make a […]Read More »
The Not Anymore program has been migrated to a new platform. Use the link https://mststudents-mo.safecolleges.com/training/home and log in using your university email address and password, and follow the directions on the landing page to select the correct Sexual Violence Prevention program for your current status (choose “Students” if you are an undergraduate, or “Graduate Students” […]Read More »
Do you want to help other students succeed? Do you want training in leadership skills? Then become a paid LEAD Peer Learning Assistant (at $10.30/hour)! Apply NOW to assist this coming semester in courses in Math, Chem, Physics, CompSci, Econ, BioSciences, Business & Info Technology, Foreign Languages, and all Engineering disciplines. Any undergraduate student with a […]Read More »
Do you want to learn about the Material Science Department? Join Material Advantage on Wednesday, Sept. 1 from 11:30am-1:30pm at the Breezeway under McNutt Hall.
Material Advantage is an organization that allows students to grow professionally.
The Gold Rush 5K fun run/walk is returning in 2021 as a hybrid event in partnership with Student Well-being and Joe’s Peers. This family-friendly event is open to participants of all ages and fitness levels – whether you’re walking your first 5K or you’re a seasoned runner. A portion of the proceeds will support Missouri […]Read More »
The Missouri S&T Brass Choir is seeking additional musicians for the Fall 2021 semester! If you play a brass instrument, please consider joining us on Fridays at 5:30 PM in Castleman 137. The Brass Choir is a student-led ensemble that performs a variety of contemporary and classical pieces in a setting that observes all appropriate […]Read More »
Leach Theatre in Castleman Hall is taking applications for student job openings. Positions include theatre techs, box office assistants, and ushers/event staff. Weekly work hours vary depending on event schedules. Flexibility to work evenings and weekends is required. Stop by the Leach Theatre box office at 103 Castleman Hall or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.Read More »