Rules and Regulations

Missouri University of Science and Technology is committed to the safety and well-being of all members of its community. US Federal Law Title IX states that no member of the university community shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, or be denied benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity. Furthermore, in accordance with Title IX guidelines from the US Office of Civil Rights, Missouri S&T requires that all faculty and staff members report, to the Missouri S&T Title IX Coordinator, any notice of sexual harassment, abuse, and/or violence (including personal relational abuse, relational/domestic violence, and stalking) disclosed through communication including but not limited to direct conversation, email, social media, classroom papers and homework exercises.

Missouri S&T’s Title IX Coordinator is Vice Chancellor Shenethia Manuel.  Contact her directly (manuels@mst.edu; (573) 341-4920; 113 Centennial Hall) to report Title IX violations.  To learn more about Title IX resources and reporting options (confidential and non-confidential) available to Missouri S&T students, staff, and faculty, please visit http://titleix.mst.edu.

 

Every job has its legalities, and here are some for the GTA.  Here’s what you can and cannot do!

Title IX Sexual Discrimination Policy at S&T

Academic Dishonesty

Sexual Harassment Policy

FERPA

Harasssment:What It Is and How to Stop It

Mandated Reporter Training