- Controlled Substance Information
- BASICS at S&T
- Women and Alcohol
- Men and Alcohol
- Drinking & Driving
- Drive Safe, Drive Smart
- Talking with your Student
- Start the Party Right: The Top 10 Tips for Staying Safe
- What's Your Degree Worth?
- What Every College Student Needs to Know: Information about Alcohol Laws in Missouri
- What Every College Parent Needs to Know: Information about Alcohol Laws in Missouri
- S&T Biennial Review 2010-12
- S&T Biennial Alcohol Review Report 2008-10
- Campus Safety Tips
- Community Standards Brochure
- Community Standards Survey
- Community/Volunteer Service Form
- Title IX: Sexual Discrimination, Misconduct and Violence
- Ethical Computing
- Policy & Procedures
- Student Organizations
- Missouri S&T Recognized Student Organization (RSO) Policies
- Standard of Conduct for Student Organizations
- Title IX: Discrimination and equity matters will be addressed through CR&R 200.025
- Rules of Procedures in Student Organization Conduct Matters
- Submit a Recognized Student Organization Conduct Report
- Report a Title IX Concern
- Fraternity and Sorority Affairs
- Greek Conduct Board Rules of Operation
- Greek Social Guidelines
- University Committee for Assistance, Response, & Evaluation (UCARE)
The Dean of Students Office is established to foster and protect the scholarly, civic development of Missouri S&T students & further supports the University and its mission by providing a secure living-learning environment. The Dean of Students Office is responsible for defining the behavioral expectations of students while educating the campus community regarding these standards and procedures. These services are designed to adjudicate student conduct matters through methods that maintain individual accountability while taking into account the needs of the campus community. We are committed to protecting the campus community and instilling the University Values through educational initiatives.
To contribute to the educational mission of the University by supporting an open, safe, and just campus environment where civility, diversity, and learning are expected and celebrated.
Address behavior through a resolution process that reflects an educational approach and upholds the rights and responsibilities of all parties involved. Foster ethical standards and engaged community members.
Provide learning experiences for students who engage in the conduct process by empowering them to have a profound impact while actively demonstrating self-management and concern for their peers and the larger campus community.
Provide educational programs that serve to reduce violations and promote accountability by challenging students in their development of critical thinking, personal & professional success, integrity, community engagement, self-management and cultural awareness.