Helping you help yourself
Supporting our students is a core value:
Campus Recreation(320) 308-3325 | email@example.com
Participate in athletic, fitness and recreation activities, from aquatics to canoe trips to intramural sports. Enjoy year-round field sports on the turf at Husky Stadium.
Department of Campus Involvement (320) 308-2205 | firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
LGBT Resource Center (320) 308-5166 | email@example.com
Support, education and advocacy for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Transsexual, Queer, Questioning, Intersex and Ally (GLBTQIA) students.
Information Technology Services (ITS) (320) 308-2077 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Manages the University's telecommunication infrastructure, including networks, servers, computers, computer labs and smart classrooms. ITS also provides Web-, application- and multimedia-development services.
Library (320) 308-2084 | email@example.com
Faculty and staff in the James. W. Miller Learning Resources Center manage more than two million print and electronic information resources on behalf of students, employees and the community.
Records and Registration (320) 308-2111 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Course registration, grade transcripts, academic petitions, credit transfer, graduation, teacher licensure and more is managed in 118 Administrative Services Building.
Student Disability Services (320) 308-4080 | email@example.com
Support for students with a physical, cognitive or mental/emotional disability. Services include priority registration, sign language/oral interpreting and note taking.
Student Life and Development (320) 308-3111 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Manages residence halls and student conduct while championing student needs via the student union, student-run arts and entertainment programming, Career Center and more.
Student Parent Support Initiative (320) 308-3246
The one-stop support shop for pregnant and parenting college students.
U-Choose(320) 308-6175 | email@example.com
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.
University Program Board (UPB) (320) 308-2205 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Events planned for students, by students! The source for events and activities that help students meet people, provide fun things to do, enhance student learning and personal development, and create the “Husky Community” on campus. These campus-wide events include live music, movies/films, performing arts, husky pride and spirit, late-night, student talent, speakers and visual arts.
Veterans' Resources (320) 308-2185 | email@example.com
Honored multiple times as a military-friendly university, St. Cloud State supports and serves current, retired and reserve service members.
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