Departments and Resources
The following programs and services are located in Atwood Memorial Center:
(320) 308-2205 | firstname.lastname@example.org | Atwood Room 134
Provides student opportunities in areas such as student organizations, University Program Board (UPB), community service, spirit groups (Dance and Cheer Teams), Greek Life and campus programs. Also provides support services for students such as Student Legal Services, student organizations support and recognition programs.
(320) 308-5166 | email@example.com | Atwood 142
Support, education and advocacy for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Transsexual, Queer, Questioning, Intersex and Ally (GLBTQIA) students.
(320) 308-3003 | firstname.lastname@example.org | Atwood 141
Academic support, multicultural programming, cultural organizations and social events are among the offered services.
(320) 308-3111 | email@example.com | Atwood 219
Manages residence halls and student conduct while championing student needs via the student union, student-run arts and entertainment programming, the Career Center and more.
(320) 308-3751 | firstname.lastname@example.org | Atwood 139
The Student Government's mission is to voice the concerns of students who attend SCSU and to promote the best possible environment for learning. They allocate your fees, provide legal services, and act as a forum for concerns of students.
(320) 308-5456 | email@example.com | Atwood 218
The Atwood Testing Center supports the mission of St. Cloud State University by providing a comfortable and welcoming place for students, prospective students, faculty, staff and community members to take exams required for their academic program, personal growth or career development. The Center provides a positive, service-oriented testing environment that supports the best possible outcome from the testing experience.
(320) 308-6175 | firstname.lastname@example.org | Atwood 247
U-Choose, the Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention Program at St. Cloud State University, utilizes a comprehensive approach to educate students and the campus community about the impacts associated with high risk use of alcohol and other drugs.