Keep Learning

Tools to help you keep learning while staying safe and connected

At S&T, your academic career is our top priority. The S&T community is working hard to make sure you stay connected. Check here often as we will be publishing new information and resources to help you keep learning.

Recent Updates

COVID-19 update: Guidelines for in-person summer classes

Missouri S&T’s COVID-19 Incident Command Team (ICT) has announced updated guidelines for in-person classes during the summer session, which begins Monday, June 7. These new guidelines align more closely with the latest direction from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and with campus guidelines for outdoor spaces, offices and conference rooms, and common areas. 

Under the new guidelines, facial coverings will not be required in classrooms or labs if you are fully vaccinated. Social distancing will continue in classrooms, which have been configured to allow for social distancing. Social distancing is not required in other campus spaces, including common areas, offices, conference rooms or outdoors. 

If you are not fully vaccinated, the ICT recommends that you protect yourself by continuing to wear a facial covering and practice social distancing. These are recommendations but not requirements.    

No individual is required to disclose or provide proof of COVID-19 immunization. 

For the latest updates on COVID-19 guidelines, visit https://coronavirus.mst.edu/

In-person commencement ceremony to be held July 31

S&T will offer an in-person commencement ceremony for Missouri S&T’s Class of 2020 at 9 a.m. Saturday, July 31, in the Gale Bullman Building. The event will also be open to spring 2021 graduates who did not attend the May 14-15 ceremonies as well as candidates for summer 2021 graduation. For more information go to https://registrar.mst.edu/commencement/ 

Online workshops set for summer

In cooperation with the University of Missouri System Office of eLearning, the Center for Advancing Faculty Excellence (CAFE) will hold a series of online workshops this summer.

The “Designing and Building Your Online Course” workshop is a 10-week seminar that takes faculty through a step-by-step course design. By the end of that seminar, you will have a course ready to teach. Register for the courseRead more

Missouri S&T plans to return to in-person classes in the fall

Missouri S&T plans to return to in-person classes beginning with the fall 2021 semester. Read more

Open enrollment for classes

Open enrollment started March 29 for Summer and Fall 2021 classes. Class schedules can be found here https://distance.mst.edu/distance-programs/distance-classes/schedules/ and on the registrar's site at https://registrar.mst.edu/classofferings/

Information technology newsletter

Missouri S&T’s information technology department’s monthly newsletter is available on the IT Comms blog at itcomms.mst.edu/category/newsletter. For more in IT Comm go to https://itcomms.mst.edu/

Miner Network launches at S&T

The Miner Network web-based platform allows S&T students and alumni to connect virtually around almost any topic of interest. Go to mst.firsthand.co and select “Get Advice” to sign up, create your profile and start building your connections. Read more

Coming Fall 2021 – One Canvas for all campuses

Beginning with the Fall 2021 semester, all faculty, staff and students on the S&T, MU, UMKC and UMSL campuses will be combined into the same Canvas instance. Read more

COVID-19 link added to safety app

Missouri S&T’s RAVE Guardian application now has a direct link to the university’s COVID-19 site, coronavirus.mst.edu, within the content icon of the app. Download the app at alert.mst.edu/rave-guardian.

Virtual Town Hall Meetings

S&T Chancellor Mo Dehaghani will be holding regularly scheduled virtual town hall meetings in the months ahead. This is a great way stay connected to the S&T campus community and hear the latest news.

All video recordings and questions can be found at https://chancellor.mst.edu/virtual-town-hall/

Missouri S&T Building Access Changes

For security reasons, the campus has made changes to building access on campus. A valid university ID will be required to enter buildings that are locked. Read more

If you have lost your S&T ID, or it doesn’t work, contact the Miner ID office at pro@mst.edu, 800-266-9035, online at https://pro.mst.edu/minercard/

Help and Support

Coronavirus Information

Stay informed with the latest info on international travel, health and safety tips and updates about COVID-19. View our coronavirus info.

RAVE Guardian now has a direct link to the university’s COVID-19 site within the content icon of the app. Download the app at alert.mst.edu/rave-guardian.