Keep Learning Housing and Dining FAQs

What are the campus dining changes? 

Missouri S&T dining services are open with physical distancing measures in place. The number of students allowed in a dining location will be limited based on space. Floor markers and queuing lines will show people where to stand in line to keep a safe distance.

Student patrons may use meal plans, declining balance dollars (DBDs), MinerBucks and credit or debit cards. No cash will be accepted at any location. Students, faculty and staff may purchase MinerBucks through the GET app on a mobile device, or online at get cbord.com/mst. Lines in the Havener Center can get long during the lunch period (11 a.m.-1 p.m.). Students and patrons are encouraged to consider all dining options and various times to eat. Waiting 10 minutes in line can mean a big difference when social distancing.

What about social gatherings?

All students should limit social gatherings. Students should not congregate in common areas, such a lounges and clubhouses. We encourage you to maintain appropriate social distancing.

What steps are being taken to safeguard health and wellness?

S&T dining services has a comprehensive plan in place to ensure we effectively manage the spread of illnesses. We continue to monitor guidance from CDC, WHO and other health authorities. The following steps have been taken to ensure a safe foodservice environment and to reinforce our stringent health and hygiene standards that include:

We have taken a number of steps to ensure a safe foodservice environment and to reinforce our stringent health and hygiene standards that include:

  • Maintaining strict cleaning, sanitizing, and disinfecting protocol
  • Ensuring CDC guidelines for handwashing and hygiene etiquette
  • Reinforcing the Food Safety Management System/HACCP standards for food preparation