Faculty and Staff

Information and resources for Missouri S&T Faculty and Staff.

Community Cart

Community Cart is a food and supply pantry to help alleviate the financial burden of Faculty and Staff in need of obtaining good quality food, household goods, cleaning supplies, and hygiene products.

Community Cart exists to help our Missouri S&T Faculty and Staff who may be in need. 

We are a partner agency with The Food Bank for Central & Northeast Missouri.

  • You must be current faculty or staff of Missouri S&T
  • Fill out and submit the Online Request Form
  • You will be notified by email after the form has been received with instrructions for pickup
  • Please allow 48 hours for your order to be processed


Online Request Form


Most Needed Items:  Unopened non-perishable items rich in protein, which are essential to providing adequate nutrition! We are also in need of new small household appliances and hygiene products.
  • Tuna, chicken & other canned meat
  • Peanut Butter & Jelly
  • Canned Beans, soups & stews
  • Boxed meals, rice & pasta
  • Canned vegetables & fruit
  • Cereal, Oatmeal, Pancake Mix & Syrup
  •  Spaghetti Sauce & Noodles
  •  Rice, Quinoa, Oats,
  • Ketchup, Mustard, Mayonnaise
  • Flour, Sugar, Salt & Pepper
  • Toaster Oven, Microwave, Hand Mixer, Toaster, Blender, Coffee Pot
  • Toothpaste, Toothbrush, Deoderant
  • Bath/Body Wash, Shampoo & Conditioner
  • Cleaning Products, Dish Soap, Toilet Paper
  • Laundry Soap, Bleach, Fabric Sheets

Note: All items must be labeled and factory sealed.

Diversity and Inclusion Checklists

Department and Classroom Checklists to assist in creating the most inclusive environment possible here at Missouri S&T.

The purpose of this document is to assist faculty in creating the most inclusive environment possible here at Missouri S&T. The items listed are based on best practices for student success, keeping in mind student identities that don’t always fit traditional models. To that end, we have provided a quick self-inventory to help you identify possible barriers to success in your classroom. This list isn’t meant to be exhaustive- it is instead a jumping off point for discussion. You are welcome to consult with the diversity professionals on campus to find solutions that fit within the context of your individual courses.



The purpose of this document is to assist department leaders and staff in creating the most inclusive and diverse environment possible here at Missouri S&T. As a starting off point this tool helps identify items that may have gone missed, drawing attention to potential gaps.



  • Title IX Reporting Options
  • Equity and Title IX

Title IX Reporting Options

Please report any incidents of discrimination, bias, or unfairness you have experienced or observed. In addition, please tell us about any incidents you have experienced or observed that impede our campus from being an open and inclusive environment.

Reporting Options

Equity and Title IX

Equity and Title IX  (ETIX) is charged with ensuring Missouri S&T’s compliance with University of Missouri System policies and procedures, state and federal statutes and regulations, especially where it concerns Title IX and other rules governing civil rights and equal opportunity.

The department serves as a resource to students, faculty, and staff in education, prevention, and investigation of incidents of sexual violence, as well as other possible violations of the university’s non-discrimination policies. 

In addition to these efforts, ETIX facilitates the development of a more diverse, inclusive campus through its administration of the university’s Affirmative Action Plan and assurance of Equal Opportunity in faculty and staff recruiting efforts. ETIX also works with current faculty and staff in appropriately exercising their rights under ADA.

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