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Important information about Ebola

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued important information for colleges and universities regarding international travel during the Ebola outbreak in West Africa and cases in other nations, including Warning – Level 3 Travel Notices recommending that people avoid non-essential travel to the affected nations of Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone at this time. "We advise that education-related travel to these countries be postponed until further notice."

Colleges and universities across the country, including Missouri S&T, are trying to be prepared against the spread of Ebola on their campuses. The American College Health Association has provided a number of internal and external resources to help educate S&T students, faculty and staff on Ebola.

For further information about Ebola symptoms from S&T Student Health Services, please consult the following resources:

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

Status:
The campus is currently
operating under cautionary conditions.

Status:
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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