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Be safe on campus

Missouri S&T is committed to the safety and security of its students, faculty and staff. Here are a few reminders to help you stay safe and keep your belongings secure. 

  • Incidence of theft often increases during the holidays. Remember to security your textbooks and other belongings and lock your vehicles.
  • It is a good idea to keep track of the serial numbers of your personal items. Report any lost or stolen items to the Missouri S&T Police at police@mst.edu or call 341-4300.
  • When walking after dark, always walk in groups and be aware of your surroundings. Let someone know your plans and when you expect to return home.

The S&T Police Department offers safety escorts 24 hours a day to students, faculty, staff and campus visitors.

If you feel unsafe on campus, call 341-4300 to request a safety escort. Report your location and an on-duty officer or security guard will come and escort you safely to your car or another on-campus location.

As always, please report any suspicious activity on campus to the Missouri S&T Police Department at 341-4300. To report an emergency, call 911.

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The campus is currently operating under normal, non-emergency conditions.

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The campus is currently
operating under cautionary conditions.

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The campus is currently operating under emergency conditions.

In case of emergency dial 911

Emergency updates for students
Dial 573-341-6463 (341-MINE) for a recorded message about campus emergencies

Emergency updates for faculty and staff
Dial 573-341-7888 for a recorded message about campus emergencies

Campus emergency resources

Campus Police
573-341-4300

Emergency Operations Plan

Student Health Service
573-341-4284

The Counseling Center
73-341-4211

Information Technology
573-341-4357

Crisis Communications Protocol

Rolla emergency resources

Rolla Police Department

Rolla Fire Department

Phelps County Regional Medical Center

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