|Mon-Fri||6:30am to 11:00pm|
|Saturday||12:00pm to 9:00pm|
|Sunday||12:00pm to 11:00pm|
Rooms and Reservations
Facilities that are scheduled by and coordinated through the office of Sport Facilities and Campus Recreation are Halenbeck Hall (North / Pool / South), Student Recreation Center, Husky Stadium, and the Herb Brooks National Hockey Center.
Current Students, Faculty and Staff
View the current schedule, browse for an open space and make reservations on-line using your Star ID and password.
Off-campus users can browse for space using Virtual EMS, however, you will not be able log into the Virtual EMS system to request space.
Requesting Guest Network Access
Short-term guests can gain temporary access to the Internet via SCSU's wireless network. Guests must have an employee or student of SCSU sponsor their connection. Sponsors may login on the Guest Network Access page to create a guest access account.
Catering is available for your conferences and meetings through Chartwells Catering Services. More information is available at www.scsudining.com.
Camps and Conferences
St. Cloud State is pleased to host to many summer guests from Minnesota, across the country, and abroad as they participate in educational and athletic programs on campus and within the local community. Both short & long term housing is available on campus for participants of your summer camps, conferences and events.
St. Cloud State Sports Facilities offers some options for your next birthday party.
Use of Outdoor Space
St. Cloud State University is committed to providing an educational and work climate that is conducive to the personal and professional development of each individual. In fulfilling its multiple missions as an institution of higher learning, it encourages the free exchange of ideas. The university will protect the rights of freedom of speech, expression, petition, and peaceful assembly as set forth in the U.S. Constitution. St. Cloud State University maintains its right to place reasonable restrictions on time, place, and manner for acts of expression and dissent. Any acts that are disruptive to the normal operations of the university, including classes and university business, or that invade the rights of others will not be tolerated. Faculty, staff and students engaging in a disruptive activity may be subject to disciplinary action. Any participant in a disruptive activity may face criminal charges.