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 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.

Face coverings required in classrooms

To help slow the potential spread of COVID-19 on campus this fall, Missouri S&T students, faculty and staff will wear face coverings in classrooms, labs and common areas or when social distancing is not possible. This requirement took effect on July 1.

ID office open by appointment

The Miner Card ID office is open by appointment only. Please contact the office at 573-341-4051.

COVID-19: CARES Act aid now available for eligible S&T students

Missouri S&T students who are eligible for financial assistance through the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) may apply for this aid through S&T’s student financial assistance (SFA) office.

Fall Classes to Begin Aug. 24

Missouri S&T’s fall semester will begin Monday, Aug. 24, with new practices in place to minimize the potential impact of COVID-19. Read More

Watch Video — Virtual Celebration of Graduates

If you were unable to attend the virtual celebration of graduates earlier this month, you can watch the video and access additional resources on the Registrar's site.

Return to Campus Guidelines

For information and guidelines on returning to campus, including repopulation plan, employee checklists and visitors to campus guidelines, please visit https://coronavirus.mst.edu/return-to-campus/

Strategic Plan for Academic Programs

To ensure S&T maintains the quality of its programs and addresses new opportunities, the Academic Planning Committee is working on a strategic plan for academic programs. The committee will propose changes to S&T’s academic programs, academic calendar and instructional modalities to increase enrollment in degree and certification programs, with special attention to access and timeliness of degree and certificate completion. The plan will be submitted to Provost Stephen Roberts by Friday, May 22.

Opening Research Laboratories on Campus

As part of the reopening of the campus, one of the first steps is a gradual phase in of research laboratories. Since March 23, essential research laboratories (Type A and B) have remained operational with restricted access. On April 27, additional labs (Type C1) will be considered for access with another planned phase in (Type C2) on May 11.

Read the MemoEssential Lab Activity Form

Update on Summer Classes

The regularly scheduled summer sessions (eight and four week courses) will be offered in the current online format and will not be held on campus. S&T is planning to offer a late-summer session from July 20 – August 24, with in-person courses, if conditions allow the return to campus. This session will also have options for online or hybrid courses. For more information, https://econnection.mst.edu/2020/04/covid-19-update-on-summer-classes/

Faculty Senate Approves Grading System Changes

Missouri S&T’s Faculty Senate approved a motion by the Academic Freedom and Standards Committee to change the grading system for the Spring 2020 semester, effective immediately. Read full motion or view presentation slides

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/townhallmeetings/

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/

COVID-19 link added to safety app

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.