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Last week, the COVID-19 incident command team issued the following recommendation regarding face coverings for off-campus meetings:Read More »
As the end of the semester quickly approaches, the S&T COVID-19 Incident Command Team urges students, faculty and staff to stay vigilant and continue mitigation efforts against spreading the coronavirus in response to a recent surge in on-campus cases.Read More »
Missouri S&T’s COVID-19 safety guidelines allow for events on campus as long as they are limited to no more than 10 individuals and all participants maintain a physical distance of six feet or more and wear appropriate facial coverings as much as possible during the event. In keeping with best practices during the pandemic, you should plan to hold virtual events for groups larger than 10.
However, students, faculty and staff may host events for larger groups if approved by the university’s COVID-19 Incident Command Team leaders. To request an exemption from the current COVID-19 guidelines for your event, please please complete this form at least two weeks before the date of your event and include the following details: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.
The following COVID-19 update was emailed to Missouri S&T students, faculty and staff Thursday, March 12.Read More »
Missouri S&T leaders are preparing in the event of a coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Currently there are no confirmed cases of COVID-19 connected to Missouri S&T. An incident command team is leading planning to respond to a potential COVID-19 outbreak to Missouri S&T and to assure continuity of operations. View this organizational chart of the team. The team will soon communicate about travel policy, moving instruction online and meetings of large groups.Read More »