Help for CNAS students
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Excess hours form
Do you need to take more than 18 credit hours in a semester? Complete the request for excess hours form.
- Request for excess hours - print version (.pdf)
- Request for excess hours - form fillable version (.pdf)
- Guide and example form (,pdf)
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How to turn in your form
First, make sure you’ve completed all the steps listed in the guide above.
Then, submit your form as a physical copy or by email.
- Physical copy (in-person): CNAS dean’s office, Blunt Hall (Temple) 142.
- Email: CNAS@MissouriState.edu
Policies to know: Academic suspension and reinstatement
Review the guidelines for academic suspension and reinstatement in CNAS.
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If you’re already in college, transfer guides are also available.
Explore CNAS events, facilities and research
Conferences. Competitions. Cutting-edge research. Awesome tools.
Take advantage of everything you can do.
If you love science and have a competitive side, mark your calendar for these annual events.
Ground-breaking research is always happening.
Become a leader, build your network and explore your career options.
Attend the CNAS Student Expo
Each fall, our student expo helps you explore all the student organizations within CNAS.
With so many options, you’re bound to find the right fit for you.
- Date: Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2022.
- Time: 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
- Place: Bear Head Plaza (east side of fountain, next to Blunt/Temple Hall).
- For more information: CNAS@MissouriState.edu.
Download student expo flyer (.pdf)*
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This program helps underrepresented students pursue STEM careers.
Beyond CNAS, there are many more places at Missouri State that can help you.