Archives for September 1, 2017

Case Management

Case management involves advocacy, intervention, and helping students. The main goal is to help students optimize their functioning and be as successful as possible. Students are welcome to visit with S&T’s case manager, Krista Morris-Lehman, about their student concerns. Students who are dealing with stress, mental health or chronic health issues may especially benefit from […]

Student Emergency Fund

The S&T Student Emergency Fund was created by CDSW in 2016. This fund assists S&T students by providing financial support with unexpected emergency expenses that greatly impact their lives, including their ability to be successful academically. The financial support from this fund allows students to have their needs met and continue their education. Funds may […]

Fall 2017 Groups — Free, Confidential, Effective

College students are smart and have figured out that group counseling is a excellent way to get the help you need, learn about yourself and your relationships, and develop new skills. Simply put, counseling groups work: you aren’t alone, can give and get help, can receive practical suggestions for everyday life situations, can explore issues […]

National Suicide Prevention Week Events

World Suicide Prevention Day is September 10th and National Suicide Prevention week is September 11-16. Everyone on campus can play a role in protecting their friends, family members, and colleagues from suicide. Everyone can take simple action steps to be there for someone who is struggling or in crisis. Start today by taking the online […]

Community Ambassadors Program – still accepting applications

The Community Ambassador (CA) program is open to students living in Residential Life and Greek Life housing. Students who participate will gain skills to be active leaders on campus as well as skills related to professional development and career readiness. This program is great for students who wish to become a leader within their organization(s), […]

SVRC Lunch Council

To our student veterans and service members, come to the SVRC next Wednesday, 9/6, @ 12pm and join us for our next periodic Lunch Council. Here we meet, greet, and eat; we invite special guests who can provide opportunities and valuable information. For this upcoming Lunch Council we’ve invited the Registrar’s office to come and […]

Opportunities with Employers:Leadership Certification Programs – Deadline to apply is this week

If you’re interesting in building your professional leadership skills, improve your student organizations, and meet employers and campus stakeholders while doing so, sign up for a Leadership Certification Program ELI is a semester- long leadership certification program designed to ignite & discover leadership potential while developing individual leadership skills. ELI is offered each semester and […]

Majors & Minors

Student Success Programs has begun preparing for this year’s Majors & Minors event, which will take place on Wednesday, September 20th from 11am to 1pm. Majors & Minors is a voluntary event that is designed to provide currently enrolled students with information on the many different academic majors and minors available to them at Missouri […]

Miners for Recovery Group begins

Can students in recovery still have a “normal” college experience at S&T without alcohol/drugs? Counseling, Disability Services, and Student Wellness (CDSW) would like to recognize National Recovery Month in September to highlight the value of peer support by educating, mentoring, and helping others. Missouri S&T has its own Collegiate Recovery Program, Miners for Recovery, which […]