- Governing Policies
- University of Missouri System Collected Rules and Regulations
- Missouri S&T Bylaws
- Policies for Tenure Track Faculty
- Policies for Non-Tenure Track Faculty
- Faculty Senate
- Faculty Directory
- Work Authorization
- Human Resources/Benefits
- Equity, Diversity & Inclusion
The chancellor's website includes governing policies for Missouri S&T and the University of Missouri system.
University of Missouri System Collected Rules and Regulations
Go here for the Collected Rules and Regulations for the University of Missouri system.
Missouri S&T Bylaws
Faculty Bylaws (pdf document, approved by the Board of Curators, 11-30-07)
(Note: effective 12-1-08 reference to the University of Missouri-Rolla is changed to Missouri University of Science and Technology)
Policies for Tenure Track Faculty
Promotion and tenure policies for tenure track faculty are listed on the Provost's website. Go here to find information on third-year review and here for qualifications for professorial academic ranks.
Policies for Non-Tenure Track Faculty
Campus policies for non-tenure track promotion are found here.
For specific departmental policies, updated as of Fall 2017, please sign in to this Google folder with your university log in credentials: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B5gP_q8H6MLQSk4xekhwQWJjYUU?usp=sharing
The Faculty Senate is the legislative and policy-making body of the General Faculty. It carries out the functions and responsibilities assigned to it by the General Faculty and shall consider all matters referred to and by the Board of Curators, the President of the University, the Chancellor, and individual faculty members. The Faculty Senate, acting in accordance with the Rules and Regulations of the Board of Curators and the General Faculty, formulates, recommends and assists in the implementation of policies concerning the educational and research operations of the campus and other matters affecting the welfare of the campus, the faculty and students.
Go here for the directory of faculty profiles.
The H-1B nonimmigrant category is a temporary visa classification for professional positions known as "specialty occupations" that allows foreign workers to live and work in the U.S. initially for up to three years. Go to the HR website for more information: http://hr.mst.edu/talent_acquisition/work_authorization/
Equity, Diversity & Inclusion
Institutional Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (IEDI) is charged with ensuring Missouri S&T’s compliance with University of Missouri System policies and procedures, state and federal statutes and regulations, especially where it concerns Title IX and other rules governing civil rights and equal opportunity.