St. Cloud State University graduate students earn their degrees in traditional on-campus formats and through a variety of online, blended, and distance learning programs. Whether you are on-campus, down the road, or on the other side of the globe, as a graduate student you are important to us. As a graduate student you will be included in all communications from the School of Graduate Studies and we welcome your questions and feedback.
To determine if you are a distance student, please click on the link to delivery methods for graduate programs. All our Online and Off-campus cohort students are considered distance students.
- Online and Distance Learning Information
- Twin Cities Graduate Center
- Delivery Methods for Graduate Programs
- Links to Resources for Online Students
Online Orientation for All New Graduate Students--
Date: January 4, 2017
Location: Virtually at http://scsuconnect.stcloudstate.edu/ol-orientation/
Provides an introduction to graduate education, overview of campus services, technology support and guidance on remote/online access to the University.
Fall 2016 Orientation Recording
Advising Academic Advising is provided by the graduate programs. The link to Delivery methods above will connect you to the graduate catalog and the contacts for your graduate program.
Bookstore Books can be purchased online through the Husky Bookstore and shipped to your home.
Disability Services Disability services are provided through the office of Student Disability Services.
- Tuition and Fees
- Financial Aid
- Billing and Payments -- login through e-Services to see your student account and make payments.
Library Services You can access the resources and services of the St. Cloud State University Library.
Registering for Classes SCSU students may register on-line through the Office of Records and Registration website at http://www.stcloudstate.edu/registrar. This Web site allows you to register, add, drop, or withdraw a class, look up your student ID number, check your grades, review your degree audit, change your address, pay tuition, and check your financial aid awards. Students will need the StarID to access this system. Registration Help: (320) 308-2111
SCSU ID number: All students admitted to SCSU have a student ID number. This 8 digit identifier was included in your admission letter or you can look up this number by clicking on E-services sign in on the Records and Registration home page.
Star ID: Students can use their SCSU ID number to create a Star ID. The Star ID is used to replace the many different login ID's and passwords that students have in the MnSCU system. You can activate your Star ID here.
Student ID Cards: Online Only students can request a student ID card by emailing an individual headshot on a light background (similar to a passport photo -- no hats, sunglasses, other people, etc.) along with their name and student ID number to firstname.lastname@example.org If you indicate, you are a graduate student, the card office will notify Graduate Studies to pick-up and mail the card to you. Please make sure you have listed your most current address in e-services.
Weather Related Closings: Taking a class at the Twin Cities Graduate Center? Decisions regarding weather-related closing, cancellation or delay of the Twin Cities Graduate Center will follow the lead of nearby Anoka Ramsey Community College.
The Write Place: The SCSU writing center provides online appointments for students who are not able to make it to campus. Go to the website, create an account and select to schedule an online appointment.