Browse Health and Well-Being Resources

Explore the various topics listed below to find resources that may be beneficial to your specific needs.

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Absence Notification

If you will be absent for three or more consecutive days, and the absence is due to illness or another emergency, you may choose to contact Care Management.

Website | 573-341-4209 | cm@mst.edu | 107 Norwood Hall

 

Disability Services

The mission of Student Disability Services is to assist in creating an inclusive and accessible university community where students with disabilities have an equal opportunity to fully participate in all aspects of the educational environment.

Website | 573-341-4172 | dss@mst.edu G-10 Norwood Hall

 

Test Anxiety

Identify the root causes of test anxiety, gain practical skills in stress management, learn how to re-write your negative thinking and find new ways to balance school work and life, in this 3-part workshop.

Website | 573-341-4211 | wellbeing@mst.edu 204 Norwood Hall

 

Tutoring

The Student Success Center offers individualized tutoring for a variety of classes.

Website | 573-341-7590 | success@mst.edu 198 Toomey Hall

 

The Learning Enhancement Across Disciplines (LEAD) Program provides learning forums to students who wish to increase their understanding, improve their skills, and validate their mastery of concepts and content in a wide variety of foundational courses to achieve their full potential.

Website | 573-341-7276 | lead@mst.edu 105 Norwood Hall

 

Writing Support

The Writing Center can help you with any and all writing, including essays, resumes, research papers, personal statements, proposals, lab reports, abstracts, presentations, creative writing, and much more! 

Website | 573-341-4436 | writing@mst.edu 113 Campus Support Facility

 

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21st Birthday Project

Are you turning 21 soon? Schedule an appointment with Student Well-Being for a 15-minute informational session on safer drinking, and get a free personalized birthday gift!

Website | 573-341-4211 | wellbeing@mst.edu | 204 Norwood Hall

 

Alcohol Jeopardy

This interactive training includes general alcohol information relevant to university students in a "game show" style format.

Website | 573-341-4211 | wellbeing@mst.edu | 204 Norwood Hall

 

Alcohol Risk Management for Greek Life

Learn the strategies to minimize alcohol-related risks, especially with regard to Greek Life.

Website | 573-341-4211 | wellbeing@mst.edu | 204 Norwood Hall

 

BASICS (Brief Alcohol Screening and Intervention for College Students)

The goal of BASICS at Missouri S&T is to motivate students to reduce risky behaviors associated with alcohol consumption.  BASICS will provide you with a structured opportunity to assess your own risk, identify potential changes that could work for you, and help you to reduce your risk for developing future problems. BASICS is not an abstinence-only program. 

Website | 573-341-4211 | wellbeing@mst.edu | 204 Norwood Hall

 

CASICS (Cannabis Screening and Intervention for College Students)

The goal of CASICS at Missouri S&T is to motivate students to reduce risky behaviors associated with marijuana use.  CASICS will provide you with a structured opportunity to assess your own risk, identify potential changes that could work for you, and help you to reduce your risk for developing future problems. 

Website | 573-341-4211 | wellbeing@mst.edu | 204 Norwood Hall

 

General Wellness Consultation

Have concerns about sleep? Want to quit vaping? Some topics that can be covered in a general wellness consultation are sexual health, alcohol and other drug use, healthy eating, physical activity, and more. Meet with a health educator today.

Website | 573-341-4211 | wellbeing@mst.edu | 204 Norwood Hall

 

Miners For Recovery

Explore your behaviors, reflect on ideas for change, avoid negative consequences related to drugs and alcohol, and experience the support of a safe group. This group is not an abstenence-only group.

Brochure | 573-341-4211 | davidsonlg@mst.edu 204 Norwood Hall

 

Nicotine Cessation

Thinking about quitting or lessening your use? Our program includes free nicotine replacement therapy, coaching, goal assessment, a personalized quit/reduction plan, and support. Meet with a quit coach today for a one-on-one consultation.

Website | 573-341-4211 | wellbeing@mst.edu | 204 Norwood Hall

 

STEP UP! for Safer Drinking

Learn to (1) recognize risky behaviors associated with alcohol consumption, (2) identify protective strategies for self and others, (3) correct misperceptions regarding student alcohol consumption, (4) respond to situations confidently, early, and effectively, and (5) promote the use of campus and community resources.

 Website | 573-341-4211 | wellbeing@mst.edu | 204 Norwood Hall

 

Student Health Services

Student Health Services delivers healthcare to Missouri S&T students in order to enhance personal and professional achievement. 

573-341-4284 | mstshs@mst.edu | 910 W. 10th Street

 

Substance Use Intervention Program

The goal of the Substance Use Intervention Program (SUIP) at Missouri S&T is to motivate students to reduce risky behaviors associated with substance use of any kind. SUIP will provide you with a structured opportunity to assess your own risk, identify potential changes that could work for you, and help you reduce your risk for developing future problems.

573-341-4211 | wellbeing@mst.edu | 204 Norwood Hall

 

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Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Meetings

Find and attend AA meetings in Rolla and surrounding areas.

Website | 573-364-5154 | aadistrict9mo@gmail.com 300 N. Rolla Street, Rolla MO, 65401

 

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meetings

Find and attend NA meetings in Rolla and surrounding areas.

Website | 1-800-945-HOPE  | P.O. Box 186, Lebanon MO, 65536

 

Prevention Consultants of Missouri

Prevention Consultants of Missouri is a Missouri Division of Behavioral Health Prevention Resource Center serving many counties in this area, focusing on substance use and use prevention. They offer educational programs and classes, trainings, mentoring programs, and resources.

Website | 573-368-4755 | 300 N. Rolla Street, Rolla MO, 65401

 

Southeast Missouri Behavioral Health (SEMO-BH)

SEMO-BH is a center with highly trained and skilled professionals dedicated to individualized treatmnt of your personal and family needs. They are a leader in regional chemical dependency education and outreach. They offer a variety of services, such as medication assisted treatment, community based outpatient counseling services, telemedicine, a prevention library of resources, and much more. SEMO-BH is federally funded and offers services through a sliding-fee discount program (used to determine financial assistance for services based on income, family size, etc.), as well as accepts most forms of insurance.

Website | 573-364-8511 | admissions@semobh.org | 1051 Kingshighway Suite 5, Rolla MO, 65401

 

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Alcohol Skills Training Program

The Alcohol Skills Training Program (ASTP) is a risk reduction program for college students. 

Website | pip@missouri.edu |

 

MACRO Collegiate Recovery Ally Training

This training was  designed to help faculty, staff, and students support individuals in recovery from susbtance use disorders. The training covers: (1) substance use disorders and recovery, (2) myths and stigmas about substance use disorders, (3) using person first, recovery friendly language, and (4) how to support someone seeking, or already in, recovery. The training takes about 30 minutes to complete, and is intended to be completed in one session.

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MoSafeRx Training

This training can help you to recognize the signs of prescription drug misuse and learn how to provide resources to someone who needs them.

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Party Safe Training

This training will increase your skills and knowledge in planning and hosting a successful, fun, and safe event of any kind.

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ScreenU

ScreenU is designed to give you anonymous, non-judgemental feedback encouraging you to think about your choices that may be putting you at risk for harmful consequences. There are assessments for alcohol, marijuana, and prescription drug use.

ScreenU Alcohol | ScreenU Marijuana | ScreenU Rx

 

State of Missouri Alcohol Responsibility Training (SMART)

The SMART program is an interactive, web-based course available to those who own or work for any Missouri establishment licensed to sell alcohol.

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Fraternity and Sorority Life

S&T Fraternity and Sorority Life is dedicated to creating unique opportunities for personal and professional growth by forging new, meaningful relationships, fostering an inclusive environment, and encouraging deeper engageemnt with the campus and local communities.

Website | 573-341-6771 | involvement@mst.edu | 218 Havener Center

 

Peer Involvement Advisors

PIA's are student leaders who help students get involved and connected in a one-on-one setting to find the organization(s) that is the best fit for them.

Website | 573-341-6771 | involvement@mst.edu | 218 Havener Center

 

Volunteerism and Civic Engagement

Student Involvement offers various opportunities to get involved and volunteer in Phelps County, in Misouri, and throughout the US and abroad. They offer programs from 4 hours of volunteerings to an immersive alternative break program.

Website | 573-341-6771 | involvement@mst.edu | 218 Havener Center

 

 

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Student Clubs and Organizations

Browse this full listing of more than 200 university recognized clubs and organizations on Engage, and get involved today.

Website | 573-341-6771 | involvement@mst.edu | 218 Havener Center

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Absence Notification

If you will be absent for three or more consecutive days, and the absence is due to illness or another emergency, you may choose to contact Care Management.

Website | 573-341-4209 | cm@mst.edu | 107 Norwood Hall

 

ADHD Support Group

Meet with others and learn how to cope with the diagnosis/symptoms of ADHD (including inattention to details, inability to follow through on tasks, losing things, and being easily distracted), while seeking practical solutions.

Website | 573-341-4211 | wellbeing@mst.edu | 204 Norwood Hall

 

Disability Services

The mission of Student Disability Services is to assist in creating an inclusive and accessible university community where students with disabilities have an equal opportunity to fully participate in all aspects of the educational environment.

Website | 573-341-4172 | dss@mst.edu G-10 Norwood Hall

 

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Nutrition Consultations

A nutrition consultation is a one-on-one meeting with a nutritionist to gain a better understanding of one's eating habits. Participants will leave with a personalized nutrition plan that includes information on what and how much to eat within a specific calorie allowance. Each person will also be given examples of sample meal plans to use at home and other tips and tools that will contribute to a healthier relationship with food.

Website | 573-341-4211 | wellbeing@mst.edu | 204 Norwood Hall

 

Nutrition Presentation

Find out how you can plan easy, well-balanced meals that are delicious and nutritious to make. Discover tips and techniques for meal planning, grocery shopping, label reading, and eating healthy on a budget.

Website | 573-341-4211 | wellbeing@mst.edu | 204 Norwood Hall

 

 

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Closets are for Clothes

Stocked with quality clothing, the closet provides free clothing exchange for trans and gender transitioning students, allowing them access to gently used or new gender-affirming clothing, shoes, and accessories. The purpose of this service is to alleviate the often heavy financial burden of transitioning or coming out. While the transgender, non-binary, and gender nonconforming community are given priority access to this resource, all S&T students who have a need for this service may use the closet.

Website | 573-341-7286 | sdi@mst.edu 605 W. 11th Street

 

Commuter's Commodoities

Commuter's Commodities is a food and supply pantry to help alleviate the financial burden of obtaining good quality food, small household goods, cleaning supplies, and hygiene products.

Website | 573-341-7286 | sdi@mst.edu 605 W. 11th Street

 

Student Emergency Fund

The Student Emergency Fund (SEF) is made possible by the generosity of donors committed to helping students with critical, basic needs achieve their educational goals at Missouri S&T. The SEF is administered by the Division of Student Affairs to help ensure Missouri S&T students have access to the support and resources they need to successfully recover from an unforeseeable financial emergency. The goal of this fund is to prevent one small emergency or unexpected expense from derailing a student’s progress toward degree completion.

Website | 573-341-4292 | stuaff@mst.edu | 107 Norwood Hall

 

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Commuter's Commodoities

Commuter's Commodities is a food and supply pantry to help alleviate the financial burden of obtaining good quality food, small household goods, cleaning supplies, and hygiene products.

Website | 573-341-7286 | sdi@mst.edu 605 W. 11th Street

 

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Student Health Insurance

S&T recommends that all students have health insurance coverage (it is required for Internation Students). The Aetna Student Health Insurance plan provides coverage anywhere (at school, home, traveling, or over the summer), an expansive nationwide network of doctors, hospitals, & specialists, access to travel and emergency assistance services, coverage for prescription drugs, and specialized mental health & substance misuse services.
NOTE: Students are NOT required to have health insurance to utilize health and well-being services on campus (i.e. visits to Student Health Services, counseling services from Student Well-Being, etc) - only certain specialty services at Student Health require insurance.

Website | Domestic Student Information | International Student Information | 877-375-7905

 

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Graduate Student Support

Enjoy the support of other graduate students, while exploring how to effectively work with your advisor, manage time, take care of yourself, and thrive during the semester in this support group.

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Mental Well-Being Ambassador Training

This training is reserved for student leaders who want to become trained in mental well-being resources, intervention, and referrals for friends who may be struggling to cope well, are in distress, or are in crisis. Typically, only a few members of each organization will go through the training to become certified. This training is not for an entire organization.

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STEP UP! for Bystander Intervention

This is a behavioral and educational training that aims to raise awareness of helping behaviors, increase motivation to help, develop skills & confidence when responding to problems or concerns, and ensure the safety and well-being of self and others. 

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STEP UP! for Diversity and Inclusion

This training is geared towards supporting campus diversity and inclusion and providing skills in recognizing our own bias and intervening on behalf of others when issues of stereotyping and prejudice arise.

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STEP UP! for Diversity and Inclusion

This training is geared towards supporting campus diversity and inclusion and providing skills in recognizing our own bias and intervening on behalf of others when issues of stereotyping and prejudice arise.

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STEP UP! for Mental Well-Being

In this training you will learn the steps, strategies, barriers, techniques to help a friend in need, and can help you figure out how best to talk to someone who you may be concerned for.

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STEP UP! for Safer Drinking

In this training you will learn how to recognize risky behaviors associated with alcohol consumption, identify protective strategies for self and others, correct misperceptions regarding student alcohol consumption, respond to situations confidently, early, and effectively, and promote the use of campus and community resources.

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STEP UP! for Sexualized Violence Prevention

In this training you will learn how to recognize and respond to situations where someone may be at risk of being a victim of sexualized violence, how our campus is impacted, and how concepts of gender and consent influence perceptions.

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LGBTQ+ Group

Experience the encouragement of others in the LGBTQ+ community and support each other on the journey through college and beyond. Possible group activities include navigating college issues, sharing local & nationwide supports, practicing healthy self-care habits, processing stress & practicing coping skills, role-playing difficult conversations, discussing healthy dating practices, and more.

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LGBTQ+ Sex Talk

This presentation includes general information about types of sexual relationships, sexual health, anatomy, and LGBTQ. 

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