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Return S&T property, no questions asked

Posted by on May 3, 2021

Through Saturday, May 8, students may return any Missouri S&T property to University Police and no questions will be asked. This includes signs and barricades. The police department is located in Room G-10 on the ground floor of the Campus Support Facility. For more information, please contact University Police at 341-4300 or

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COVID-19: Mail services

Posted by on March 26, 2020

All campus mail and packages – including those from UPS, FedEx, FedEx Ground and DHL services – are being delivered to the campus mailroom in Room G8 Campus Support Facility until further notice.

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The Writing Center is open!

Posted by on August 14, 2019

Whether you’re writing an English paper, a lab report, an application essay, or even the next great American novel, feedback is important. The Writing Center’s undergraduate peer writing consultants are trained to give you a reader’s perspective on your work. Through one-on-one consultations, they can help you decide what works, what to revise, and where […]

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Advising office moves to library

Posted by on August 7, 2019

The undergraduate advising and freshman engineering offices have merged into the S&T’s new advising center. The offices have moved from the Campus Support Facility to Room G6 Curtis Laws Wilson Library.

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Correction: Air conditioning outage to affect limited area

Posted by on July 31, 2018

A previous message stated in error that the Campus Support Facility will not have air conditioning Wednesday, Aug. 1. Most of the building will have air conditioning, although a small portion will not. The offices that will be affected by the A/C outage are:

  • Room G-5 and the offices within (Rooms B, B1, B2, B3 and B4)
  • Room G-7 (mailroom)
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Air conditioning outage in CSF planned Aug. 1

Posted by on July 31, 2018

The Campus Support Facility will not have air conditioning Wednesday, Aug. 1, while crews replace an air conditioning unit on the building’s north side. The process is expected to take at least a full day and work may continue Thursday, Aug. 2. An update will be sent once the work is complete and the air conditioning is turned on.

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