Student Health Services

The goal of Missouri S&T Student Health Services is to provide for healthy students and a healthy campus population. 

Student Health offers a wide range of primary health care for currently enrolled students at Missouri S&T. Multiple providers are available to deliver care for acute illness and injury. The Student Health fee covers visits with the providers, but some procedures, labs and medications may require a small fee. It is highly recommended that all students have some form of health insurance to cover for services not provided at Student Health. An insurance group policy is available and information on this plan may be obtained at the Cashier’s Office or the Student Health Complex.

There are certain requirements that need to be met before you can complete enrollment and move onto campus. Failure to meet these requirements will result in a hold on your registration process.

To submit your information, please follow the instructions on the Student Health website

At a minimum, students must submit records including:

  • Two Measles, Mumps, Rubella Vaccines (MMR). The first one must be done after age 12 months; the second at least 30 days later.
  • One Meningitis Vaccine, given after age 16.  Missouri Senate Bill 754 states, “each student attending a public institution of higher education who lives in on-campus housing must receive the meningococcal vaccine unless he or she has a medical or religious exemption”.  Vaccination strongly recommended for all university students. You will not be allowed to move into campus housing if we have not received your meningitis immunization documentation. More information about the meningitis vaccine and disease can be found on the Student Health Website.
  • Tuberculosis Screening Form for New Students. This form must be completed by all students. Student Health staff will review and contact you if further testing is necessary.

For more information contact:

Student Health Services
910 W. 10th St.
Rolla, MO 65409