Your experience starts here: Miner Move-in.

How to check-in

Welcome Miners!

Each year, Miner Move-In is the first step for incoming Freshman on their journey at Missouri S&T. All first year students will begin at our centralized check-in location in the Student Rec. Center at Gale Bullman. Once checked in they will move on to their specific residence hall. 

Returning residents and transfer students can move-in beginning Saturday, August 21st. These students will also start their check-in at Gale Bullman for student health clearance before proceeding to their halls. 

 

Check-in dates/times and location


August 16, 2021 (First Year Freshmen)
Gale Bullman (Student Rec. Center)
9 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Please Note: To help keep check-in safe for everyone, we are limiting the number of students who can check-in per 2 hour blocks on August 16th. Please sign up for a check-in time here before arriving to campus August 16th. 

August 21, 2021 (Returning and Transfer Students)
Gale Bullman (Student Rec. Center)
10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

August 22, 2021 (Returning and Transfer Students)
Gale Bullman (Student Rec. Center)
12 p.m. - 4 p.m.

Please note: Returners and transfers do not need to sign up for a check-in time

 

COVID-19 Move-In Procedures

Missouri S&T encourages all students to be fully vaccinated prior to returning to campus. Vaccination against COVID-19 is the most effective way to protect yourself and others from the virus. While vaccinations are not required, every student moving into the residence halls must meet one of the four criteria below prior to being allowed to check in.

  1. You are fully vaccinated at the time of check-in
    Students are considered fully vaccinated if at least two weeks have passed since receiving the second dose of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine or two weeks after the single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine.

    Students may voluntarily disclose their vaccination status prior to check-in by submitting a photo of their vaccination card to the S&T Student Health Portal by Monday, Aug. 9, or by providing printed documentation during move-in screening.

    Students who provide their vaccination information will have an opportunity to register for prizes through the student vaccination incentive program.

  2. You have been diagnosed with and recovered from COVID-19 within 90 days of check-in
    If you were diagnosed with COVID-19 within 90 days of check-in, you must present proof at check-in. The university will accept either a dated copy of the positive test result OR a dated copy of the isolation release letter from your local public health department. Documentation must include:
    • Student’s name
    • Date the test was taken, which must not be more than 90 days prior to arrival (May 2021 or more recently), OR the date the student was released from isolation, which must not be more than 90 days prior to check-in.

  3. You have tested negative for COVID-19 within 72 hours of arrival
    You are encouraged to get tested prior to your arrival. Bring documentation of your test results with you at check-in. Documentation must meet specific criteria, including:
    • A paper copy of the test result (home test kits are not accepted).
    • Student’s name.
    • Date the test was taken (NOT the date results are received).
    • Verification that the test was administered not more than 72 hours prior to arrival.

  4. You will be tested for COVID-19 upon arrival to check-in
    Anyone not meeting the criteria above will be tested by the university as part of the move-in process at no cost to the student. Upon arrival, you will be directed to an area for testing. This may delay your move-in process. Our staff will expedite the testing but please anticipate delays and expect 30-60 minutes for testing.

Further information about Missouri S&T’s response to COVID-19 is available at coronavirus.mst.edu. Specific questions regarding the required documentation should be directed to covid@mst.edu.

 

Arriving on Campus

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Download the Miner Move-in PDF map

With the semester rapidly approaching, you might be wondering what you need to do when you arrive at Rolla. Below are the steps you'll take to check-in depending on which day you arrive.

Approved Early Arrivals
Students with a demonstrated need can request early arrival below. Students arriving prior to our official Miner Move-in event on August 16th will proceed directly to their assigned residence hall. Residence hall addresses can be found on our mailing address page. Once there you will check in at your hall's front desk, get your key, and move-in. We ask that you have no more than 2 visitors helping you move into the residence hall.  

REQUEST EARLY ARRIVAL 


Monday, August 16th
First year freshmen arriving for Miner Move-in will proceed directly to Gale Bullman during their check-in time slot. Once there, students only will be allowed entry into the building where they will be cleared for check-in by studnt health, be checked-in to the residence halls, receive their keys, and any other check-in resources. Students and any helpers can then proceed to their assigned residence hall. We ask that you have no more than 2 visitors helping you move into the residence hall.  

Sign up for a check-in time 


Saturday, August 21st/Sunday, August 22nd
Returning and Transfer students arriving Saturday, August 21 or Sunday, August 22 will proceed directly to Gale Bullman. Once there, students only will be allowed entry to the building where they will be cleared by student health. Students and any helpers can then proceed to their assigned residence hall for check-in (Rolla Suites residents will report to University Commons to get their key after being cleared at Gale Bullman). We ask that you have no more than 2 visitors helping you move into the residence hall.  


Late Arrivals
First year freshmen arriving after our official Miner Move-in event on August 16th (or after 3pm on the 16th) OR returning/transfer residents arriving After August 22 (or outside of the check-in windows on the 21st or 22nd) will proceed directly to their assigned residence hall. Once there you will check in at your hall's front desk, get your key, and move-in (Rolla Suites residents will report to University Commons). We ask that you have no more than 2 visitors helping you move into the residence hall.  

 

Move-in like a pro

Prepare ahead of time

  1. Find your room and roommate(s) in the housing portal
  2. See what your room and residence hall look like (pictures, dimensions, etc.)
  3. If you have been received a COVID-19 vaccination submit vaccination information in the student health portal
  4. Don't forget your meningitis vaccination
  5. Apply for your parking pass
  6. Meet the Reslife team

  

Know what to bring with you

Documents
  • Social Security Card (Important for those seeking employment during college)
  • Driver’s License
  • Miner Student ID

Clothing

We recommend bringing clothing for a variety of weather, ranging from 90?+ during the spring and fall and 30? during the winter. A light jacket, heavy coat, and rain gear such as an umbrella are highly recommended. 

Desk Supplies
  • Pens/Pencils
  • Calculator
  • Calendar/Organizer
  • Highlighters
  • Paper/Notebooks
  • Scissors
  • Paperclips/Stapler
  • Personal:
  • Comb/Brush
  • Deodorant
  • First Aid Kit (Recommend at least Band-Aids and Pain Relievers)
  • Nail Clippers
  • Prescriptions
  • Razors/Shaving Cream
  • Shampoo/Conditioner/Body Wash
  • Tissues
  • Toothbrush/Toothpaste
  • Shower Caddie/Shower Shoes

Linen Supplies
  • Blankets/Pillows
  • Dryer Sheets/ Liquid Detergent
  • Laundry Bag/Basket
  • Towels/Washcloths
  • Twin Sheets (Extra Long)

Other Recommendations
  • Area Rug
  • Alarm Clock
  • Batteries
  • Bike with Lock
  • Board Games
  • Camera
  • Can Opener
  • Checkbook / ATM Card
  • Cleaning Supplies (Basic bathroom/Broom and Dust Pan)
  • Cooking Supplies (Cooking Utensils, Pots, Pans)
  • Cups/Plates/Bowls/Silverware
  • Dish Soap
  • Duffel/Travel Bag
  • Flashlight
  • Fire Safe (Small)
  • Garbage Bags/Can
  • Hangers
  • Iron/Ironing Board
  • Movies/Video Games
  • Paper Towels
  • Padlock w/ Key
  • Room Decorations
  • Screwdriver/Hammer
  • Sewing Kit (Needles and Thread or Safety Pins)
  • Small Fan
  • Technology:
  • Phone/Charger
  • Flash Drive/Portable Hard Drive
  • Radio/Headphones/iPod
  • Surge Protector
  • TV
  • Game Systems
  • Computer
  • Unapproved hanging materials, including scotch, duct or electrical tape; gum-type adhesives; 3m strips; or other materials that may damage the paint or walls.
  • Laundry pods or tablets; our machines ONLY take LIQUID detergent
  • Lofts or bed bunking kits not provided by the university
The following items may be subject to confiscation/reprimand
  • Candles or incense (candle warmers are permitted)
  • Unapproved pets (see the Residence Hall Guide for the policy regarding permitted animals or pets)
  • Alcohol or alcohol paraphernalia (a permit may be obtained in Miner Village apartments, see the Residence Hall Guide for the policy)
  • Any tobacco, tobacco derived, or tobacco mimicking products
  • Illegal drugs or paraphernalia 
  • Halogen lamps greater than 300 watts
  • Lamps with multiple poseable arms or plastic covers
  • Weapons including:
  • Firearms
  • Sling shots
  • Bows
  • Arrows
  • Hatchets
  • Axes
  • Domestic-use knives with blades longer than 4 inches
  • Other knives with blades over 2 inches long
  • Explosives, fireworks, hazardous materials, or flammable materials
  • Open coil space heaters 
  • Refrigerators over 3 cubic feet
  • Cooking appliances, including microwaves over .8 cubic feet, George Foreman grills, and toasters (unless unit contains a kitchen; these items may be used and stored only in the kitchen of the unit)
  • Grills or camp stoves

As stated in your contract, students are required to follow all Residential Life rules, regulations and policies during the residence hall contract period. You can find the rules and regulations for all residential locations in the Residence Hall Guide.

To combat the spread of COVID-19, we recommend bringing the following items:

  • Multiple cloth face coverings
  • Hand sanitizer made of at least 70% alcohol
  • Thermometer
  • Disinfectant Wipes