Missouri S&T is required by law to make available to enrolled students, prospective students, and their parents certain information about its operations.

Such information pertains to the following categories:

  • General institutional operation
  • Financial aid
  • General completion and graduation rates
  • Annual security report
  • Completion and graduation rates for student athletes
  • Athletic program participation rates and financial support

To meet the requirement, information for Missouri S&T is provided below. Web site addresses are specified for all information items, as well as telephone numbers and e-mail addresses of the university officials who can respond to questions or information requests in their specific areas. Missouri S&T can provide paper copy of any of the information items displayed on the listed web sites upon request.

Athletic Program Student Participation Rates and Financial Support Data
Code of Conduct: Student Conduct
Code of Conduct: Student Loan Lenders

Missouri S&T's Official FY18 Cohort Default Rate (CDR) is 3.7%. Approximately, 13.9% of students enrolled in this cohort, entered repayment and were used in the calculation of the CDR.

Our CDR is currently less than the national CDR (currently 7.3%).  Should the CDR ever rise above the national CDR, all current students will be notified through a mass mailing, no later than 30 days after the release of the official cohort default rate calculation which is on or around September 30th each year.

Official Cohort Default Rates (CDR) can be found through the US Department of Education’s Federal Student Aid - https://www2.ed.gov/offices/OSFAP/defaultmanagement/cdr.html


Complaint Resolution

Discrimination Grievance or Informal Concern/Complaint


Missouri Department of Higher Education Policies and Guidelines


Relationships and Sexual Violence

Rights and Responsibilities

University Nondiscrimination Statement
Enrollment Statistics (Student Body Diversity)

Graduation Rates for Students Receiving Athletically-Related Aid

Graduation Rates

Retention/Degree/Graduation Reports
FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974)

Confidentiality of Student Records and Health Records
Financial Aid Application Forms

Applying for Financial Aid

Determination of Financial Need

Disbursement of Financial Aid

Eligibility for Financial Aid

Financial Aid Ineligibility Due to Drug Conviction

Financial Aid Programs



National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS)

Public Service Loan Forgiveness

Return of Federal Financial Aid

Satisfactory Progress Standards

Scholarship Reinstatement Policy

Study Abroad Programs and Federal Financial Aid
Academic Programs

Admissions Information


Classroom Egress Maps

Copyright infringement (including unauthorized peer-to-peer file sharing) policies and penalties

Consortium Agreements
Cost of Attendance

Drug and Alcohol Programs

Facilities and Services for Students with Disabilities

Speech or Hearing-Impaired Access: Individuals using a telecommunications device (TTY) for the deaf, hard of hearing or speech impaired may contact the University at 573-341-6645 or 573-341-7075.

Net Price Calculator

Refund Policies

Safety and Risk Management Program

Study Abroad

Transfer Credits

Transfer Course Guides (Arrangements with other institutions to provide instruction)

Transfer Students

Withdrawal from the University
Compulsory Eye Protection
Constitution Day
  • Contact: History and Political Science Department
  • Phone: 573-341-4342
  • Email: mmeagher@mst.edu
  • Website: https://news.mst.edu/?s=Constitution+Day


Fee Adjustment Appeal Form

Petition for Academic Forgiveness

Statement of Human Rights

Student Disciplinary Records

Student Health Records

Student Educational Records

Student Financial Records

Student Resource Guide Index 

University Facilities

University Education Program

Vaccination Requirements

Voter Registration Information


Employment and Graduation Career Plans

Federal Work Study Employment

On-Campus Jobs, Internships and Co-ops
Entrance and Exit Counseling 
Federal Loan Programs 

Financial Literacy 

Loan Repayment 

Private Loans 

Students Loan History 

University Loans 
Student Affairs, Policies and Procedures
Emergency Notification System

Crime Information and  Statistics

Jeanne Clery Act Annual Security and Fire Safety Report
Textbook Information