Related Services

  • Counseling Services
  • Student Disability Services
  • Testing Center
  • Faculty Recruitment & Retention Council
  • Academic Support Division
  • IT Help/ Canvas Learning Management System
  • Registrar's Office
  • Purchasing
  • Marketing & Communications
  • Student Affairs

Counseling Services

S&T's counseling services offers a variety of resources to promote self-awareness and skill development to support individual success and  well-being for students, staff and faculty. Call 573-341-4211 to make an appointment, or visit 204 Norwood Hall during  office hours 8 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. each workday.

Student Disability Services

Student Disability Services offers a variety of resources to faculty about types of accommodations that can be provided to students with disabilities, the Testing Center, rights and responsibilities, and tips for teaching students with disabilities.

Testing Center

The Testing Center provides  a courteous and secure atmosphere for testing and assessment services to both the Missouri S&T and greater Rolla area communities.

Faculty Recruitment & Retention Council

The Faculty Recruitment & Retention Council (FRRC) provides advice and counsel to campus leadership on strategies related to faculty diversity and improvement of campus climate.

Academic Support Division

The Academic Support Division  provides services and resources to improve the learning environment and enhance learning outcomes of students. Go there to find information about academic integrity, Honors Academy, experiential learning, the Writing Center, the Student Design Center, and a host of other resources.

IT Help/ Canvas Learning Management System

IT Help Desk or 341-4357.

Canvas Learning Management System log-in. Resources and information about Canvas:

Registrar's Office

For academic calendars, course numbers, degree audits, forms, deadlines and a lot more, go to the registrar's website.

See videos below for more on the services offered by the registrar's office:

What Does the Registrar's Office Do?
Class Information
Class Information part 2
Degree Audits
Joe'SS and Miscellaneous Q&A


Contact Information:

Stacy Jones, Client Relations Manager OR


Assists in coordination of required resources for all purchasing needs. Participates in advanced planning related to expenditure of University funds.


Wade Jadwin, Strategic Sourcing Specialist


Assists in coordinating bid/rfp processes with the appropriate sourcing team member. The sourcing team will assist with the development of bid specifications, completion of requests for bids and/or proposals, documents requiring signature, etc.

Things you need to know (More detailed information on all of these topics is available at

  • Bid Limits/Requirements:
    • Any purchase that will total over $10,000 including installation and transportation (regardless of grant status) must be coordinated with the purchasing office. Wade Jadwin is your contact for this (contact info above).
    • Bid/proposal process will take a minimum of 2 weeks. Actual time-frame will be determined by the complexity of the project.
  • Sole Source Justification
    • Any purchase over $10,000 requires either the bid/proposal process or a sole source approval (regardless of grant status).
      • Approval requires: justification that there is only one product that will meet your specific needs and that there is only one manufacturer and/or distributor of that product. Lowest price does NOT justify a sole source. Requests to be approved by Wade Jadwin (contact info above).
  • If approved by your department, Missouri S&T does make available a University credit card as one method for purchasing items under $5,000.
  • Show Me Shop (SMS) is the S&T online/e-procurement platform.
  • Signature Authority
    • Faculty members do NOT have signature authority. Any document related to a purchase that requires a signature must be processed through the purchasing department. These documents include but are not limited to terms and conditions of sale, agreements, license agreements, and service agreements.

Marketing & Communications

Marketing & Communications builds, manages and promotes the S&T brand experience to further the university's mission and strategic goals. You can get a professional photograph made there, subscribe to the eConnection, promote your events or share your accomplishments.

Student Affairs

Student Affairs provides services and programs that meet the needs of students outside the classroom, including Athletics and Recreation, Career Opportunities and Employer Relations, Leach Theatre, Residential Life and many other services and resources.