The Body Project Begins

The Body Project begins! What is the true price of the thin ideal?

Counseling, Disability Support, and Student Wellness invites you to join us for The Body Project — a group that will explore how we think about body images. Topics will include media messaging, learning how to connect with our bodies, how messages around food impact our body images, and exploring ways to address negative thoughts we have about ourselves.

The group begins on Friday, October 28 and continues for four consecutive weeks.  Please contact CDSW at 341.4211 for information regarding time and location or directly email Stephanie Martensen at All services that we offer are free and confidential.

Haunted Mine Tours

It's that time of the year again! Come and out and experience our annual Haunted Mine!! Be prepared to be scared! Haunted Tours are at the Missouri S&T Experimental Mine October 28, 29, and 31st from 6PM-11PM, a mine walk through with lights will … [Continue reading]

Looking for a Way to Manage Stress?

The StressLess Room in Counseling, Disability Support, and Student Wellness provides an alternative way to manage stress without needing to meet with a mental health practitioner. Services include a massage chair, biofeedback program, light box to … [Continue reading]

Mole Day Dinner

Come join the W.T. Schrenk Society as we celebrate Mole Day with our annual Mole Day Dinner. Dinner is Mondaym October 24, from 5PM-7PM in Toomey 140. This year we will be having a chili dinner that includes hotdogs, drinks, and all you can eat … [Continue reading]

Tickets for Ignite Rolla are Now Available

Ignite Rolla will be held on October 25, 2016 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. in St. Pat's Ballroom C in Havener. If you are interested in attending, please email to reserve tickets. Since we are limited to 100 people, be sure to … [Continue reading]

17th Expanding Your Horizons Conference

Urgent Need for volunteers needed for girl’s conference. Women are urgently needed as volunteers to serve as guides for attendees of the annual Expanding Your Horizons (EYH) conference that will be held Friday Oct. 21, on the campus of Missouri Un … [Continue reading]

Student Art in the Library Fall 2016 Exhibition

Please drop by the Library to view the works of 48 talented student artists. You will have the opportunity to vote on your favorite piece of art. The winner will receive the People's Choice of Award and a prize of $100. The Library Art Committee will … [Continue reading]

FAFSA Help in the Student Success Center

Don't get left behind, fill out your FAFSA on time! The priority deadline for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid has changed to February 1st for Missouri S&T. To help you through the FAFSA process, Peer Counselors will be stationed in … [Continue reading]

Stephanie O’Sullivan: A Leadership Story

Stephanie O’Sullivan, CE’82, will talk about her interesting journey as a civil engineer to leading the U.S. in national intelligence. O’Sullivan was sworn in as the Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence (PDDNI) in 2011. As PDDNI, she … [Continue reading]

Physical defense classes for women

The Missouri S&T Police Department is offering rape, aggression, defense (R.A.D.) training for women. The classes are free for Missouri S&T students, employees and dependents. Classes will be held from noon to 3 p.m. Sundays, Oct. 23, Oct. … [Continue reading]