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Housed in 198 Toomey Hall, we offer a quiet environment where you can come relax between classes, grab a cup of coffee, and study using a variety of resources. Throughout the semester, we offer programs and activities to help enrich your educational experiences.
Our Student Success Coaches can provide you with the tools to thrive no matter what challenges you might face. They are trained to help you with goal setting, time management, organization, study skills, and more. Because our Coaches are also students, they understand your point of view and can provide fresh, new perspectives in the areas you are struggling in. Click here to schedule an appointment.
It's okay to ask for help! In fact, we encourage all students to ask for help as soon as they begin to struggle. The B&MSSC has partnered with the Learning Enhancement Across Disciplines (LEAD) program to ensure that you can get help when you need it. LEAD offers student-oriented learning centers throughout the day in various locations across campus, and for students who need more one-on-one attention, the B&MSSC also offers individualized tutoring sessions. The tutoring schedules change per semester, so be sure to stay up to date. For more information on the different tutoring resources and schedules on campus, visit our tutoring page
We know the majority of our students would like to connect with faculty outside of the classroom. In fact, 92% of our incoming freshmen want that involvement. We have created a program, Faculty Corner, that invites faculty to spend some of their office hours in the B&MSSC. This is a great opportunity to chat, connect, and ask questions. For a list of our faculty participants and their availabilities, take a look at our Faculty Schedule.
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New Graduate Student Orientation
Missouri S&T will host the 2019 FIRST Robotics FTC State Championship. 48 high school teams from across Missouri and other nearby states compete for a chance to advance to regional and then national competitions later in the spring.
Opening Week Orientation will acquaint you with the campus community and help ease your transition to your new home. Activities are designed to introduce you to new friends, mentor groups, the campus culture and opportunities for future involvement. A combi...