Need to Know Information

The information below will help you learn about resources on-campus. Please be sure to explore each section to learn about the various topics and departments. If you have questions at any time, please feel free to contact the New Student Programs team at

The Cashier's Office and Student Financial Assistance will present and be available for questions at your Transfer Advising & Registration Information Session. You can view and at any time for more information. Please don't hesitate to reach out these offices with any questions that you might have.

Career Opportunities and Employer Relations (COER) has many great resources for students to help with job preparation, finding a career, and gaining experience.

  • The IT Help Desk Call Center is open 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Friday and can be reached by calling (573) 341-4357.
  • IT Help Desk Front Desk is open 8:30 am to 4:30 pm Monday through Friday and is located in the Library.
  • The IT Help Desk has 17 student employees that are Dell certified.
  • Students can receive 30 minutes of free troubleshooting whenever needed.

it help desk

Missouri Reverse Transfer (MRT) allows current and former college students who have completed credits for an associate's degree to receive that degree even if they transferred to a different college or university.

You must have earned a minimum of 15 credit hours at a single two-year institution to be considered eligible for a reverse transfer degree. Students are not eligible for the program if an associate's degree or higher has already been earned. 

There is no cost to sign-up for MRT, and there are many benefits. You can earn your associate's degree while pursuing your bachelor's degree and qualify for more jobs.

Please fill out the below form to sign-up for MRT or contact with questions. 


The Registrar's Office provides services both in office and online. These services include: official transcripts, enrollment certification letters commonly used for insurance purposes, academic calendar information, and the student academic regulations, catalog, schedule of classes, and more. They also have a VA representative and Missouri Residency expert on staff.


The Registrar's Office has an online course equivalency database and details about other types of transfer credit, student transfer evaluation, and more. Please note: Missouri S&T has a Transfer Credit Course GPA Adjustment Policy for repeated courses or forgiven grades. Details of the policy and the required form can be viewed on the transfer credit site. 

Transfer Credit


The Division of Student Affairs comprises the services that meet student needs outside the classroom. Our students are part of a dynamic campus community, engaging in experiential learning experiences that inspire new ideas and creative solutions to solve the world’s challenges.

We support a safe and healthy campus environment that cultivates personal and professional growth, cultural competence, career readiness and academic success. With the diverse interests of students in mind, we encourage students to immerse themselves in the many innovative programs and services we offer outside the classroom to develop their sense of individuality and build confidence as they boldly embark upon their journey toward becoming a miner for life.

Additional details can be found in the links below:

Being involved on campus can often lead to student success. Student Involvement can connect you to the community through service projects, fraternity and sorority life, and student organizations. We can help you get engaged on campus and develop leadership skills. Look out for future emails to check out the opportunities we provide to get involved!

Additional details can be found in the links below: