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Warmest Holiday Greetings!
Please note that our office will be closed in conjunction with the Winter Break Reduced Operations policy announced by the University of Missouri this week, as well as a scheduled power outage. Therefore, the Office of International and Cultural Affairs will be closed as follows:
Wednesday, December 20, 2017 (due to scheduled power outage)
Friday, December 22, 2017, at 4:30 p.m. until Tuesday, January 2, 2018, at 8:00 a.m. (due to Winter Break Reduced Operations).
We apologize for any inconvenience these closings may cause. In case you need help or assistance, feel free to contact S&T Police – 24/7 at 573-341-4300. In the event of an emergency (examples include: severe medical condition, vehicle accident, etc.), dial 911. University Police will remain open and operational throughout the break, and if needed, will contact leadership members of the Office of International and Cultural Affairs in the event of an emergency.
We also encourage students to download the Rave Guardian App, available for free in the app store. Students can reach the non-emergency or emergency number with the touch of a button or through text message, and you don’t have to remember any phone numbers. Thank you.
The Office of International and Cultural Affairs (OICA) leads Missouri S&T’s efforts to promote international education and increase global awareness on campus and in the community. Serving as an umbrella for Missouri S&T's international activities, we provide services in the following areas:
Prospective international students
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Missed Building Bridges this year? Watch the full event here!
The Office of International and Cultural Affairs (OICA) sponsored their third Building Bridges event on February 28, 2017. This year's theme was 'Dialogue to Strengthen Community' and it featured immigration lawyer, Mihaela Britt from Britt Immigration Law LLC.
The Celebration of Nations Committee at Missouri S&T was presented the Annual Achievement Award for 2017 by the rolla area chamber of commerce.
Read more about it here.