New Employee Orientation

Congratulations on becoming a valued employee of Missouri S&T! We are so glad to have you join us. Now that you have completed your New Employee Orientation (NEO) with Simone Waldon, you're ready to get started. Here, you will find resources that was provided to you at NEO for a reference tool to look back on whenever you need. 

Getting Your Miner ID Card

Joe Miner getting his Miner ID Card

Don't forget to stop and get your new Miner ID Card. It is your official Missouri S&T identification card and can grant you access to certain buildings and, for example, utilize the Student Recreation Center (with a paid membership) and receive a 10% discount on purchases at The S&T Store.

How to obtain your card:

  • Your department will fill out the Internal Order Form with your name, employee ID number, employment status (full or part-time), and billing information (MoCode & PeopleSoft Account Number). 
  • Wait at least 2 days after NEO to take the Internal Order Form over to the ID office located at 104 Norwood Hall. Bring the Internal Order Form with you, in order for your ID card to be processed.
  • ID office hours are Monday through Friday 8:30 to 4:00, excluding holidays or special events. If you have any questions, contact the ID office at or 573-341-4051.

Insurance Benefits

If you are a full-time, benefits eligible employee, don't forget to log in and set up your insurance benefits within 31 days of hire, or date of eligibility. 

Log in to myHR and go to the My Benefits tile to get started. 


Make sure to meet our Chancellor, Dr. Mohammad Dehghani.

 Dr. Mohammad Dehghani has been Chancellor of Missouri University of Science and Technology since 2019. His leadership has helped Missouri S&T thrive with the achievements he has made. 

Office of the Chancellor

Dr. Mohammad Dehghani

 Organizational Chart


University Committee for Assistance, Response, and Evaluation (UCARE)

UCARE proactively cultivates the health, safety, and welfare of the S&T Community through education, prevention, and early intervention to support student wellbeing, persistence, and success. If you notice changes in a student's behavior, take steps to proactively lend a helping hand. 

Resources available include:

Student Support Services

Resource Infomation

Step Up! For Mental Well-Being


Make A Referral

Safety and Security of Students and Employees

At S&T we strive to maintain a safe and secure work environment for all employees. Follow up and familiarize yourself with our HR policies in our Human Resources Manual.

Recommended policies to review include:

HR-417 Victims Economic Safety and Security Act Leave (VESSA)

HR-508: Drug/Alcohol Abuse in the Workplace

HR-517: Violence in the Workplace


The Jeanne Clery Act

The Missouri University of Science and Technology's annual security report includes statistics for the previous three years concerning reported crimes that occurred on campus; in certain off-campus buildings owned or controlled by S&T; and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from the campus. 

The report also includes institutional policies concerning campus security, such as policies concerning alcohol and drug use, crime prevention, the reporting of crimes, sexual assault and other matters. 

Jeanne Clery Act

View the report at the following locations: