Make sure to review the covid-19 guidelines before returning to campus.

Remote Learning FAQs

Accessing Classes and Resources

One Canvas is live and ready for the Fall 2021 semester. Your access to the previous, S&T-specific instance of Canvas will end Tuesday, August 10. S&T’s instance will forward to One Canvas before business hours on Tuesday, Aug. 11. If you experience issues logging in that morning, please try again later in the day.  

 To prepare for this update, please take the following steps: 

  1.   Login now. If you haven’t already, login to One Canvas now. Instructors, teaching assistants and enrolled students are automatically enrolled in One Canvas with the appropriate role. 
  2.  Save the content you need. Course materials from 2020 and more recent courses have been moved to One Canvas, but student data and coursework cannot be migrated. If you need to save content from courses taught before 2020, you can export it from the previous Canvas instance before access ends on Aug. 10. 

As a reminder, Summer 2021 courses content will be copied to the One Canvas instance. 

All your classes can be accessed through Canvas.

To access live and recorded classes: For on-campus students already enrolled in classes with distance sections, you now have access to live and recorded classes through MediaSpace ( Once inside MediaSpace you will find a list of all your distance courses with access links to Panopto and/or the Zoom meeting.

All other campus students will be contacted by their professors with details for taking their classes online. Continue to work directly with your instructor(s) regarding your tests, labs and classwork. Please check your Canvas account to stay updated on your courses.

Distance students should not experience any changes with their learning modality, unless notified otherwise.

Contact the IT HelpDesk.

There are hotspot locations available to students in rural areas through MU Extension. Contact for more information about this option.

The S&T Store has partnered with our digital course materials provider, VitalSource, and leading publishers, to launch a program that provides access to ebooks to all Missouri S&T students through May 25.

Students may begin accessing these materials today at

Further information, including answers to frequently asked questions is available for students and publishers.

The research office can provide guidance. Only students authorized to work in a lab that is considered essential operations are allowed on campus. Email

  • All students should create an authenticated account to use Zoom. Visit to create an authenticated account.
  • Recent Zoom updates will help create a more secure environment in your meetings. Read more

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What Remote Classes are Like

A course designed to help you learn how to learn online. This course is available for every student and all current students and faculty are enrolled. Access the Learning to Learn Online course.

This is up to your instructor, so check with them regarding remote attendance. Some classes will be done synchronous and some will be done asynchronous.

You will need high-speed internet connection, webcam, speakers, and microphone.

  • Instructors will be communicating through Canvas.
  • Instructors are reviewing various testing options that will yield the same learning results as monitored testing through ProctorU. This includes non-monitored testing (i.e. open books, notes, take-home exams, times tests, or Canvas quizzes).
  • Proctorio:
  • Proctorio: Test Taking
    • A virus disguised as a Proctorio Cheat Engine is circulating. Do not download! It will not defeat online proctoring but will infect your computer. 
  • ProctorU:
  • ProctorU Information (pdf)

Because gatherings are limited to 10 people and guidelines require social distancing, it is recommended that you meet virtually. You can download Zoom Pro, video conferencing software, for free. Learn more about Zoom or install the software with instructions from the Audio and Web Conferencing webpage.

Gatherings are limited to 10 people. To meet virtually, download Zoom Pro, video conferencing software, for free. Learn more about Zoom or install the software with instructions from the Audio and Web Conferencing webpage.

Getting Academic Support

Student Success Center

Online tutoring and coaching are available through the Student Success Center.

Other Tutoring Options

Lead Tutoring
Writing Center


The Testing Center at or 573-341-6179. Changes to business hours are posted on our website:

  • Faculty will continue to have office hours through Zoom.
  • Zoom:
  • You will continue to contact your advisor directly through email, phone calls or Zoom.

IT Help and Support

 Visit or call the IT Help Desk for support. The Help Desk is available for walk-ins by appointment only.

Hours: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. 

For help setting up your new Microsoft 365 email account, visit

General FAQs

Student workers who are unable to telework are eligible for administrative leave. HR700 enhanced policy provides paid leave for students. See

Updates can be found here.

Updates can be found here.

University Police is always open. They can be reached by calling 911 (if you are in Phelps County) or via 573-341-4300.  The RAVE Guardian Application is available for the campus constituency and has capabilities which include texting to the University Police Department, a safety timer for travel, and pre-loaded campus telephone numbers which are accessible even without internet service.

You can sell back books you’ve purchased through the SandT Store, online at

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