State Tech’s response to coronavirus disease 2019
State Tech will extend our Spring Break for one week.
Starting Monday March, 23rd, the State Tech campus and all offices will remain open.
Student housing will remain open for students living on campus, but the commons will be closed.
At this time the State Tech Activity Center will work on on reduced schedule. The new hours will be Monday-Friday 5a-5pm Saturday-Sunday, 7a-5pm. We will also be eliminating day passes.
Additionally, State Tech’s Spring Open House scheduled for March 28th has been postponed.
The Missouri SkillsUSA Contest scheduled for April 3rd, 4th and 5th on the campus of State Tech has be postponed.
Updated March 10, 2020
College issues travel directive
In the next few weeks, many members of our campus community may be traveling for work, school or personal reasons.
Due to the continued spread of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), the college is issuing a travel directive that applies to all faculty, staff and students.
Individuals who are arriving on campus or returning from any country designated by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as Level 2 or higher due to COVID-19 contagion risk, must:
Failure to comply with this campus-arrival directive increases the risk to campus and the surrounding community. As a result, any willful disregard or violation of this directive may be subject to college sanction.
Countries with travel restrictions as of March 10, 2020, include China, Iran, Italy, Japan and South Korea.
Use basic protective measures
At the current time, there have not been any confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Osage County. However, as you’re traveling over spring break, it’s still a good idea to take precautions to avoid exposure to any illnesses such as cold and flu.
College policy on foreign travel
Foreign travel for college business must be approved prior to making arrangements.
All official college communication from the core executive team will be directed through the division of marketing and communication. Decisions will be based solely on official reports from the CDC and the Osage County Health Department.
Updates will be posted each week on this website.
Congratulations to Cheryl Probst on her retirement from the State Tech Networking Systems Technology Department.
State Technical College of Missouri will hold its commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 1st for the 2021 graduating class. State Tech will hold three different ceremonies at 9am, noon and 3pm. More than 740 students will graduate from State Tech this year and around 670 of those graduates will participate in the graduation ceremonies held […]