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Academic help: contact the Undergraduate Advising Office at 341-4424, 106 Campus Support Facility. http://advising.mst.edu/ or the Student Success Center at 341-7596, 198 Toomey Hall. http://studentsuccess.mst.edu

To hold an event and/or reserve space on campus: complete an activity permit/reservation form at http://havener.mst.edu/reservations/index.html and be in contact with the Reservations Office in the Havener Center.

To get your free Campus Performing Arts Series ticket: go to the Leach Theatre Box Office in Castleman Hall within two weeks of the scheduled performance. You must present a valid student ID. CPAS tickets are provided by SUB and are free to the first 100 students who request them at the Box Office. http://leachtheatre.mst.edu/

To send packages: go to the Missouri S&T Bookstore in the Havener Center.

Part-time employment: use MinerJobs at http://career.mst.edu/.  

To apply for work-study: contact the Student Financial Assistance Office in G-1 Parker Hall, 341-4282. http://sfa.mst.edu/

To replace a lost student ID: Contact the Miner Card Office in 106 Centennial Hall, (573) 341-4025. The liability for meals and other charges to lost cards remains with you until the account is deactivated. http://pro.mst.edu/minercard/minercard/.

For parking permits visit: Contact Parking Lot Operations;G-10 Campus Support Facility, 341-4303. http://police.mst.edu/parking/parking/.

To find out what's happening on campus: check out the Missouri S&T Events Calendar at http://calendar.mst.edu/

To make more than a few copies of something: go to Quick Copy in G8 Campus Support Facility, 1201 State Street.

To file a complaint about harassment or discrimination: contact the Affirmative Action Officer 113 Centennial Hall, 341-6314. http://hraadi.mst.edu/aa/sexualharassment/index.html

To report fire or any violation of the law: Call 911 or contact the University Police, 341-4300.

To address student issues: contact Student Council in 218 Havener Center, 341-4280. http://stuco.mst.edu/

To receive co-op, summer, or full-time employment information: contact the Career Opportunities & Employer Relations Office in 304 Norwood Hall, 341-4343. http://career.mst.edu/

To receive personal or career counseling: contact the Counseling Center in 204 Norwood Hall, 341-4211. http://counsel.mst.edu/counseling/index.html

To withdraw from a course: contact the Registrar's Office in 103 Parker Hall, 341-4181. http://registrar.mst.edu/

To obtain an emergency loan: contact Student Financial Assistance in G-1 Parker Hall, 341-4282. http://sfa.mst.edu/index.html

To get information about a student organization: contact the Department of Student Life in 218 Havener Center, 341-6771. http://studentlife.mst.edu/

To find a volunteer project: contact the Department of Student Life in 218 Havener Center, 341-6771. http://studentlife.mst.edu/

To obtain grade information: Log into JOE’SS: https://joess.mst.edu/

To check on fee payments and loans: contact the Cashier's Window in G-4 Parker Hall, 341-4195. http://cashier.mst.edu/

To locate lost items: contact the University Police, 341-4300; http://police.mst.edu/

To obtain information about fraternities and sororities: contact the Department of Student Life in 218 Havener Center, 341-6771. http://studentlife.mst.edu/

To apply for graduation: contact the Registrar's Office in103 Parker Hall, 341-4181. http://registrar.mst.edu/

To comment on a course or instructor: contact the department chair.

To find out about Student Council: contact the Student Council office in 218 Havener Center, 341-4280. http://stuco.mst.edu/

To find out about Student Union Board: contact the SUB office in 218 Havener Center, 341-4220. http://sub.mst.edu/

To rent outdoor recreation equipment: contact the Student Union Board's Outdoor Activities and Rentals (OAR) office East 18th and Holloway Street, 341-6488.

To rent DJ services or sound and light equipment: contact the Student Union Board office in 218 Havener Center, 341-4220, or contact KMNR Radio Station at 341-4272. http://sub.mst.edu/committees/oar.php

To get your yearbook: contact the Department of Student Life in 218 Havener Center, 341-6771. http://web.mst.edu/~rollamo/

To submit an ad to the weekly student newspaper: contact the Missouri Miner at 341-4312.

To vote with an absentee ballot: obtain an absentee ballot from the county in which you are registered to vote, complete the ballot, have it notarized, and mail it by the required date.

To have your computer questions answered: contact the Help Desk at 341-4357. http://it.mst.edu/

To learn about diversity programs and events: contact Leadership and Cultural Programs, 341-7504. http://lcprograms.mst.edu/

To obtain information about joining a theatre or musical group: call 341-4185. http://alp.mst.edu

To order catering for your upcoming event: contact the Chartwell's Catering Office in the Havener Center, 341-7019. http://www.dineoncampus.com/mst/

If you are uncertain which resource to seek: contact the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs located in 107 Norwood Hall, 341-4292, http://stuaff.mst.edu, stuaff@mst.edustuaff@mst.edu

 

Student Affairs is committed to ensuring that students succeed in the pursuit of their personal and professional development. We encourage all students to utilize the resources and opportunities available at Missouri S&T to enhance their student experience. 

The Office of the Vice Chancellor provides referral assistance to connect students with available resources, services and options when they are uncertain which resource to contact or have a question regarding University policies and procedures. 

 

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