Events Calendar

Due to public health concerns related to COVID-19, many university-sponsored events have been canceled until further notice. Many events are held remotely via Zoom. University guidelines require any organizations wanting to hold an in-person meeting or event with more than 35 people (or more than 50 people for outdoor events) to complete this form at least two weeks before the event date. For updates regarding S&T and COVID-19, visit


Monday, February 10

ARRL School Club Roundup

Club Contest, all are welcome to join (even without an amateur radio license!) From Objective: To exchange QSO information with club stations...

Policy Open Forum

The Missouri S&T community is invited to review policy development proposals regarding Graduate Student Registration: Policy II-20 and Graduate Student...

Master the Job Search: CASB Edition

Are you a CASB student looking for job opportunities? Join COER and learn what resources are available to you!

academic advising conference series

Academic Integrity at Missouri S&T, Dr. Jeffrey Cawlfield, Vice Provost, in the office of academic support, will be presenting. Please rsvp to Beth Welter at...

Food Committee Meeting

Committee meeting for Food Committee members, Dining Services personal, and The Food Committee Coordinator

Biological Sciences Seminar

Dr. Jay McEntee, from Missouri State University will make a presentation on "Bird Call Evolution"

Master the Job Search: Int'l. Student Edition

Learn what resources COER has available for International Students seeking job opportunities!

College Democrats General Meeting

We examine the social and political state of the world; provide experiences and opportunities in political activism; inform the student body and community...

Cover Letter Workshop

Cover Letter Workshop hosted by Dr. Schlegel on how to properly write a cover letter. The workshop covers the layout, important inclusions, and proper...

Perfect 10 Regular Practices

One of our tri-weekly practices, MWF 5-6:30, where anyone can come to learn about improv, laugh, and make new life skills.

HvZ General Meeting

In order to facilitate all organization business, these bi-weekly meetings serve to allow all members of the organization to speak and vote on all business.

General Body Meeting

We will be discussing goals for the semester and having some brainstorming time to come up with alternative service opportunities that we can hold on Fridays.

Calc 1 Exam Review

PLA lead exam review for students enrolled in Calc 1 (1214)

Monday, February 10