Missouri S&T continues to monitor the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation and take appropriate action when necessary.

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June 1, 2020 – Resources available for return to campus.

June 1 marks the beginning of phase 3 of our return-to-campus plan. More detailed information for staff, faculty and students returning to campus is now available.

May 18, 2020 – In case you missed it: Celebration of Graduates

Missouri S&T celebrated the accomplishments of our May 2020 graduates Saturday, May 16. View the video from the event, see the list of candidates for graduation and check out other aspects of the celebration.

May 7, 2020 – Missouri S&T plans to return to campus in six phases

As Missouri S&T moves forward with its plan to hold classes on campus in the fall, many of the staff and faculty who have been working remotely will begin returning to campus in the coming weeks. This return will occur in stages based on a month-by-month plan developed by the university’s Incident Command Team (ICT).

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  • Missouri S&T will continue offering online classes only for Summer Sessions I, II and III and a special late-summer session (Summer Session IV) from July 20-Aug. 14 with the opportunity for in-person courses, should conditions allow for a return to campus. Get details and view tips on teaching and working remotely.
  • Most employees are working remotely until further notice, unless instructed otherwise by their supervisors. Employees should plan to return to campus in stages as outlined in the university’s repopulation plan with the understanding that the plan may change, depending on conditions related to the spread of coronavirus.  
  • University-related travel, both international and domestic, is suspended, effective immediately and until further notice. For more information, visit the travel guidance section of this website.
  • Events or gatherings of more than 10 people scheduled to take place at S&T are canceled until further notice due to changing recommendations for keeping communities healthy.

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