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MinerRama!

Join us on Friday, August 28, 2015, from 11:00 am-2:00 pm at the Puck for MinerRama 2015!

**Space is filling up fast, be sure to register early!**

Click Here for Registration for MinerRama 2015

BBQ Club members at Miner-Rama 2012 2012 Dance Flash Mob

 

What is MinerRama?
MinerRama is Missouri S&T’s annual Involvement Fair hosted by the Department of Student Life.  It’s fun event designed as a meeting and greet for students and campus and community organizations.


When and Where is Miner-Rama?
MinerRama is Friday, August 28 from 11:00 am-2:00 pm

It is being held at the Puck, located in the center of the Missouri S&T Campus.


How do I get involved with MinerRama?
Students
Come to the event.  There will be fun activities and plenty of organizations to check out.  This is a great time for you to find out what organizations and departments we have on campus and find out how to get involved.  There will also be community businesses and organizations there so you can find out where you can go for things you might need, or things to do around town.


Recognized Student Organizations (RSOs)  and Area Businesses and Community Organizations
Register to have a table at MinerRama.  This is a great opportunity promote your organization.  Best of all, it’s FREE!

 

Registration Deadlines:

August 7, 2015:     Campus departments and community agencies, organizations, and businesses

August 26, 2015:      Student organizations (RSOs and student groups without RSO status)

 

 

 

If you would like more information or have any questions, please contact Student Life at stulife@mst.edu or (573) 341-6771.

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