DAILY VISITS

Missouri S&T is committed to suppressing the spread of COVID-19 and providing a safe campus for employees, students and visitors. 
Missouri S&T has updated its policy regarding face coverings and encourages face coverings while indoors. The new policy aligns with the latest recommendations by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. All visitors are encouraged to wear a face covering while on campus, regardless of vaccination status.  
  • Missouri S&T Daily Visits
  • Daily Visit Agendas
  • FAQ's
  • Parking
  • Daily Visit Guide
  • COVID-19 Updates

Missouri S&T Daily Visits

Daily Visits are approx 3 hours and consist of an admissions presentation, campus and residential life tour and an academic departmental visit. Each visiting student is currently limited to three guests. Register for a Daily Visit by clicking on the registration button below, selecting a date and time from the calendar. 
Missouri S&T classes are being offered mostly in-person during the fall semester. Certain aspects of the traditional daily visit may be limited due to restrictions put in place to support social distancing policies. Please contact the Visitor Center at 573-341-6731 for more information.

Please note: Classes are not in session for the following dates: December 20-24 and January 3-14.  

register for a Daily Visit

 

 

Daily Visit Agendas

DAILY VISIT AGENDA 

 9:00 AM DAILY VISIT AGENDA (SUBJECT TO CHANGE)

 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. | Campus and Residential Life Tour

 10:15 a.m. - 10:45 a.m | Admissions Presentation

 11:00 a.m. - 11:45 a.m. | Academic Department Visit  

 

FAQ's

Q:  What time do I need to be at my event?

A: Plan to be at the Havener Center 15 minutes prior to your Daily Visit start time.  

Q:  Where is my event held?

A: Your visit will begin at the Havener Center.  Your visit will include different locations across campus.  

Q:  Do I need to check-in to my event?

A: Yes. You will check-in at the Havener Center.

Q:  Can I make changes to my personalized schedule?

A: Daily Visits currently consist of an admissions presentation, department visit, and campus and residential life tour. Please contact the Visit Center (573-341-6731) for more information.  

Q:  Are meals provided?

A: Meals are not provided at this time. However, there are campus dining options available on campus.  

Q:  What should I wear?

A: Comfortable shoes are recommended. You will be walking to various locations across campus. Please dress appropriately for the weather forecast in Rolla, Missouri (zip code 65401). If it is raining on the day of your visit, we can provide you with a rain poncho. 

Q:  Where do I park?

A:  A parking permit and instructions will be emailed to you once your Daily Visit is confirmed.

Q:  Can you provide local hotel and dining accommodations?

A: A Missouri S&T Daily Visit Guide can be found on an above tab.

Parking

Campus visitors are permitted to park in Lot H37. Accessible parking is also available at the Havener Center.  

To avoid a parking ticket violation, campus visitors are required to display their parking pass on the front dash of their vehicle.  A parking pass will be emailed to you once your Daily Visit is confirmed.

All metered spaces require payment on campus.

PARKING MAP

 

CAMPUS MAP

Daily Visit Guide

The Daily Visit Guide includes directions to campus, hotel accommodations, and dining options.

 Daily Visit Guide

 

COVID-19 Updates

Missouri S&T is committed to suppressing the spread of COVID-19 and providing a safe campus for employees, students and visitors.  

Missouri S&T has updated its policy regarding face coverings and encourages face coverings while indoors. The new policy aligns with the latest recommendations by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. All visitors are encouraged to wear a face covering while on campus, regardless of vaccination status. 

Please do not come to campus if any of the following is true:

  • If you have any of the following symptoms: Fever or chills, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, new loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea.
  • If you are isolating or quarantining because you tested positive for COVID-19 or are worried that you may be sick with COVID-19.
  • You are currently waiting on the results of a COVID-19 test.
  • If you have been in close physical contact in the last 14 days with anyone who has any of the symptoms listed above or tested positive.
    • If you have been fully vaccinated this does not apply to you. Being fully vaccinated is defined as two weeks after your second dose in a two-dose vaccine or two weeks after your one dose vaccine.

Visit cdc.gov/coronavirus for guidance from the CDC on domestic travel in the U.S.

Visit coronavirus.mst.edu for updated S&T guidance.