All university-related international and domestic travel is suspended until further notice. Any students, faculty or staff currently traveling outside the United States should contact International Affairs for guidance on returning to the U.S. and campus. This includes any international or domestic travel supported through university funds, external grants or other sources, such as endowments or gift funds. This suspension of travel pertains to all conference travel, student organization trips, university-sponsored Spring Break trips, intercollegiate athletic events, club sport events, student design team events, or any other travel affiliated with Missouri S&T.
For the continued well-being and safety of the S&T community, we strongly discourage personal travel, internationally or domestically, particularly to or through domestic or international locations under a travel restriction. This includes all international travel as well as travel to areas of the United States where a state of emergency has been declared.
International personal travel
Any student, faculty member or staff member who travels to or through a CDC Level 3 Travel Health Notice (high risk) country should follow CDC guidelines and stay home for 14 days from the time they return to the United States before returning to campus.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security recently (March 13) announced a new process for Americans returning to the U.S. from restricted countries.
- U.S. Department of State Travel Advisories
- U.S. Department of State Country Specific Information
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Travel Health Notices
- U.S. Department of Homeland Security Coronavirus Travel Restrictions
Domestic (U.S.) travel
Any student, faculty member or staff member who travels to or through an area of the United States that is under a state of emergency is allowed to return to work unless 1.) they come into contact with someone under investigation for exposure or 2.) they are exhibiting signs of illness.
If you experience symptoms
If any symptoms exist, students should contact Student Health Services (573-341-4284) or email@example.com) or their personal health care provider. Faculty and staff should contact their personal health care provider.
Any students, faculty or staff currently traveling outside the United States should contact International Affairs for guidance on returning to the U.S. and campus. For additional information on how to gauge your risk of COVID-19 infection, see the CDC’s risk assessment guidance.