What is open on campus during the stay-at-home order?
Residence Halls and Garst Dining Center will be available to individuals who reside in the residence halls.
Health and Wellness resources are available for the Missouri State Community at Magers Health
The MSU Care inside the O’reilly Clinical Health Science Center will continue to serve adult patients from the Springfield Community.
Helpdesk and open access computer lab in Meyer library will be accessible to students, faculty, and staff via Bearpass cards during posted times. The remaining areas in Meyer Library are closed.
Foster Recreation Center and the recreation fields are closed, but campus bike paths and pedestrian walkways are open for individuals. It is a great time to see “Where’s our Bears?”
What is closed on campus during the stay-at-home order?
Academic areas are closed, except for academic events preapproved by the Provost that will be held in limited meeting spaces on campus.
All other facilities are closed during the stay-at-home order.
Individuals who need one-time access to a facility to support academic activity may call dispatch at 417-836-5509 to arrange access.
Students who need one-time access to a facility to remove their belongings during the move out process may call dispatch at 417-836-5509 to arrange access.
Campus safety, facilities, and other essential staff will continue to work to keep our facilities secure, disinfected and operational through the stay-at-home order.