Thinking about applying for a competitive scholarship?

If you’re an undergraduate or a master’s student with a strong academic record and an interest in opportunities for recognition, research, teaching, or service in the United States or abroad, there are many merit-based awards that can help you reach your goals. Fulbrights, Goldwaters, Marshalls, Udalls, and many other prestigious programs open doors and provide substantial financial support. Missouri S&T’s fellowships Office can work with you to develop the skills and insights you’ll need to become a strong candidate for such awards. We’ll guide you in identifying programs that match your experience and interests, and once you’ve selected a program, we’ll provide expertise and resources to assist with all components of your application. Appointments available M-F, 10-12 and 2-4, on S&T Connect. The earlier you begin, the better your chances of success, so get started today by contacting us at mstfellowships, visiting us at, or scheduling an appointment through S&T Connect.

Got research? Publish it in Peer to Peer.

If you're an undergraduate and you completed a research paper during the spring or summer, consider submitting it for publication in Peer to Peer, Missouri S&T's cross-disciplinary, peer-reviewed, and open-access journal of undergraduate … [Continue reading]

New Writing Center services

The Writing Center opens on Monday, August 20th. One-on-one meetings with our nationally certified peer writing consultants offer feedback, guidance, and resources for all undergraduate writers-- any class, any document, any stage of the writing … [Continue reading]

Pyrotechnic classes

Greetings One and All Still looking for a class to fill out your schedule this fall? Ever wondered what it takes to setup and perform a professional fireworks display? Consider taking a pyrotechnics class from the Mining Department. Classes meet … [Continue reading]

SDI opens clothing closet and food pantry for S&T students

Student Diversity Initiatives (SDI) is excited to announce that the clothing closet and the student food and supply pantry are now open at the Diversity House, 605 W. 11th Street. Today's college students face serious financial challenges. Many … [Continue reading]

Student art in the library: now accepting submissions

The Library is now accepting submissions for our Fall 2018 Student Art in the Library Exhibition to be held September 24 - November 23, 2018. The submission deadline is September 14, 2018. To submit your artwork please complete our online … [Continue reading]

Service Learning Awards & Experiential Learning Awards

The Office of Academic Support encourage your nominations for the Faculty/Staff Experiential Learning Awards and Faculty/Staff Service Learning Awards. Faculty, staff, students, and community partners may submit nominations for these awards. … [Continue reading]

Ozark Biomedical Initiative Research Symposium to be held Aug. 18

Researchers from Missouri S&T and Phelps County Regional Medical Center (PCRMC) will present their research at an annual symposium hosted by the Ozark Biomedical Initiative (OBI) on Saturday, Aug. 18. The event will be held 8:30 a.m.– 2 p.m. … [Continue reading]

Fall Native Plant Sale, Birding and Pollinator Festival

Fall Native Plant Sale, Birding and Pollinator Festival, 8:00am – 2:00pm, Sept 8, 2018. Audubon Trails Nature Center (Meriweather Ct, Rolla) with additional parking and shuttle at the Hwy E commuter lot adjacent to I-44. Come check out native plants … [Continue reading]

New graduate student orientation

New graduate students are invited to attend the New Graduate Student Orientation on Friday, August 17, 2018 from 8:30am-4:00pm in the Hasselmann Alumni House. The orientation will give students the opportunity to connect with fellow graduate … [Continue reading]