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Spring 2020 Registration Information

The Final Day to Drop/Withdraw from Spring 2020 Semester Courses-End Drop/Withdrawal Period is May 1, 2020.

The Final Day to Drop/Withdraw from Spring 2020 Session II Weekday Courses-End Drop/Withdrawal Period is May 1, 2020.

The Final Day to Drop/Withdraw from Spring 2020 Session II Weekend Courses-End Drop/Withdrawal Period is May 1, 2020.

2020-2021 FAFSA

                 

HSSU App for iOS and Android Users Now available

You can now download the MYHSSU app for iOS and Android devices by searching for 'HSSU' in your app store, or access portal content by going to https://my.hssu.edu/go?mobile

 

 

Attendance Standards

Your success is important to us, and that starts with attendance.  Your ability to receive financial aid, your grades, and your retention status all depend on class attendance, so it is important that you understand the policies for attendance.  CLICK HERE TO REVIEW THE ATTENDANCE STANDARD
 
Also, be sure to start your semester off right by checking your access to all the online tools you will be using, you can access instructions below:
 
 
STUDENTS NOTE: Harris-Stowe State University uses eLearning as its online learning platform which is integrated with MYHSSU.  When you are logged into MYHSSU, you are also logged into eLearning.  All of your instructors will use eLearning to take attendance and post grades.  Many of your instructors will use eLearning more extensively and may post course assignments, handouts, links, discussions, and tests. 
 
To access your courses, expand My Courses under Quick Links (to the left) or click on the My Courses tab above.
Need help with eLearning or email? Visit the computer lab in room 023 in the HGA building or IT Support Office in room 017, call the IT Helpdesk at (314) 340-3327 or email studentsupport@hssu.edu.

Try Career Connect from the Office of Career Engagement and Experiential Learning

 

1857 Campaign: Sponsored by SGA

 

In honor of celebrating 160 years of rich history, Student Government Association asks you to support your HBCU! The 1857 Campaign is an effort by the 2016-2017 SGA to increase student and alumni giving to ultimately increase the University's Operating Budget.  Known as one of the most affordable public institutions in the nation, Harris-Stowe State University is the fastest growing public institution in Missouri as well as the only Historically Black College and/or University in St. Louis. In the words of our 19th President, Dr. Dwaun J. Warmack, "Harris-Stowe we were then, Harris-Stowe we are now, the ILLUSTRIOUS Harris-Stowe State University is what we'll always be." The donation link is in the BIO or simply visit www.hssu.edu/1857 to donate $18.57 or more! #HSSU #HBCU #HornetPride #BeEmpowered #HORNETSNATION #1857Campaign #ForTheCulture #QualityEducation #VoiceForTheUnspokenPeople #GiveToday #HSSUCares

HSSU Bookstore will Issue Books for Summer 2020

Good Morning Hornets!

 

HSSU Bookstore will be issuing books for Summer 2020 starting Monday, May 11, 2020.

 

Out of Town Students (more than an hour away from campus): We will be shipping your books to you.

 

In Town Students (within an hour of ...

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IT Equipment Return Instructions

Attention HSSU Students, Faculty, and Staff:

 

If you would like to return your IT equipment, please email the IT Helpdesk: Helpdesk@hssu.edu with your full name and ID number. Once the return request is reviewed, you will receive an email confirmation...

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HSSU Stay-at-Home Extended Until May 15, 2020

Harris-Stowe State University is extending its work from home orders through May 15. Only individuals who are essential to the University’s ongoing operations can remain physically on site. While we will continue to take into consideration advice fr...

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HSSU COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

The following FAQs reflect Harris-Stowe’s current coronavirus policies and resources. We will continue to update our guidance and add to these FAQs as needed.

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COVID-19 Resources for Students, Faculty and Staff

To access and request technology resources, visit: COVID-19 Resources for Students, Faculty and Staff

For continuity planning recommendations and resources, visit: http://go.hssu.edu/rsp_content.cfm?wID=3&pid=1857

For recommendations on how to choose an...

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