If you are feeling ill or have a fever, stay home and contact your health care provider and then your supervisor to report your absence from work. See below for the latest information or visit our FAQ page.
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Missouri S&T’s COVID-19 safety guidelines allow for events on campus as long as they are limited to no more than 10 individuals and all participants maintain a physical distance of six feet or more and wear appropriate facial coverings as much as possible during the event. In keeping with best practices during the pandemic, you should plan to hold virtual events for groups larger than 10.
However, students, faculty and staff may host events for larger groups if approved by the university’s COVID-19 Incident Command Team leaders.
To request an exemption from the current COVID-19 guidelines for your event, please complete this form at least two weeks before the date of your event with a description of the event; the time, date and location of the event; and the estimated number of people in attendance. Please also provide information about the following safety precautions:
The university anticipates that the majority of events for the fall 2020 semester will be limited in scope and number of attendees, so please plan your events accordingly.
Flu season is quickly approaching, and getting your annual flu shot is important as we continue to adapt to the COVID-19 pandemic. To help you get vaccinated in the safest way possible, Missouri S&T will offer drive-thru flu shot clinics.
Clinics will be held in parking Lot C-11, located across from Leach Theatre, on the following days:
If you fail your screening, do not come to campus. Notify your supervisor regarding your absence from work and contact your health care provider for guidance.
Wear a cloth face covering (over the nose and mouth) to protect yourself and others. For more information, read recommendations from the CDC on face coverings.
There will be a touchless thermometer in every building, but they are not intended for daily temperature taking. They are for use during the day, if needed.