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Since Missouri S&T began reporting confirmed cases of COVID-19 at the beginning of the fall 2020 semester, the university has reached a milestone: zero active cases among students, faculty and staff as of close of business yesterday (Thursday, Feb. 11).Read More »
Phelps Health’s respiratory screening station, located on Tenth Street across from the emergency department, is no longer offering COVID-19 tests or screenings for other respiratory-type illnesses such as influenza or strep throat. Instead, individuals seeking COVID-19 testing can be seen at the following locations without an appointment:Read More »
The library is accessible only to students, faculty and staff, not to the public, until further notice.
The Missouri S&T Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is part of the Missouri SBDC network and is partners with U.S. Small Business Administration. They are working together to provide help and support to small businesses impacted by COVID-19.Read More »
The Learning Enhancement Across Disciplines (LEAD) program will transition to provide free online tutoring via Zoom in over 70 courses, including all the introductory courses in math, chemistry, physics and computer science.Read More »
Due to the closure of the Student Recreation Center, the Miner swim team will not hold its spring swimming lessons, which had been scheduled in April. If the athletic facilities at the university reopen during the summer, lessons will be rescheduled if possible.Read More »
Missouri S&T events, meetings and gatherings of 10 or more individuals are now suspended, in accordance with the latest guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The limit was previously 50 people – it has now changed to 10 people.Read More »
UM System President Mun Choi and the chancellors at the four universities sent the following message to staff and faculty on March 17:Read More »
The Missouri S&T Incident Command Team sent the following update to the campus community on March 15:
As we quickly transition to online instruction and prepare for many students to depart campus, we are also developing further guidance related to several issues that affect many of you.