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As a graduate student, the expense and hassle of a parking ticket or confusion over where to park can cause added stress. Prevent this unnecessary burden by becoming informed in advance about St. Cloud State’s parking and transportation options.
You can find parking permit information and an online application at http://www.stcloudstate.edu/parking/. A map of the campus, including the parking lots, can be found at http://www.stcloudstate.edu/campusmap.
More about parking regulations here.
Whether you’re crossing campus or getting around town, there are many transportation services available to suit your needs.
SCSU students who have a valid student ID card may ride the St. Cloud Metro Bus free of charge. The on-campus bus stop is located on the south side of Miller Learning Resources Center. For complete schedule listings and routes, please go to: ridemetrobus.com .
The Husky Shuttle, operated by the St. Cloud Metropolitan Transit Commission, runs a regular route through the heart of the SCSU campus. View a schedule for the husky shuttle at http://www.ridemetrobus.com/hs.php#.
The MetroTransit Northstar Line runs from downtown Minneapolis to Big Lake, a commuter bus runs between Big Lake, Becker, and east St. Cloud and the St. Cloud Metro Bus provides service between the stop in east St. Cloud and the University.
A map of St. Cloud can be found at http://www.googlemaps.com/stcloud.