Campus Resources

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Additional information is available on other campus student services and academic services.

Students seeking medical-based and late course withdrawal should consult the Office of Academic Affairs (Office of the Provost) for full information on withdrawal procedures.

Academic Leaning Center offers reading skills courses, tutoring, and help for time management and study skills.

American Indian Center seeks to respond to the educational needs and goals of American Indian students and communities.

Atwood Memorial Center is the University's meeting place and community center, offering services such as dining, lockers, ticket information for campus events, bowling, and much more.

Behavioral Intervention Team provides case review, consultation, follow-up, and assistance to faculty, staff, and students.

Campus Recreation Programs is where you can work out in the gym or participate in a variety of athletic, fitness, and recreational activities with flexible hours to serve your busy schedule.

Campus Safety Video preview the St. Cloud State University Safety Video.

Career Services Center provides guidance for students in the process of education and career exploration and selection. 

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT) Resource Center is dedicated to providing an inclusive and educational environment for LGBT persons and their allies at SCSU.

Lindgren Child Care Center offers child care services for the children of students, staff and faculty.

Multicultural Student Services offers academic assistance and multicultural programming to encourage personal development and success.

Recovery Community is a residential community located in Coborn Plaza that provides a healthy living environment for students committed to recovery from substance use while pursuing a degree in higher education.

Student Health Services provides general medical care including diagnosis and treatment of illnesses and injuries. 

Student Disability Services provides support service and reasonable accommodations for students with a physical, cognitive or mental/emotional disability.

Student Legal Services provides advice to students on housing issues, criminal offenses, immigration, veteran’s issues, domestic issues, employment law, and other topics.

The Women’s Center provides advocacy, support, programs, resources and opportunities for women and men to translate concerns into action.

The Write Place offers individual writing assistance to undergraduate and graduate students.

U-Choose is an interactive program focused on reduction of high-risk alcohol use. 

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