St. Cloud State responds to the economic crisis
Top economics professors respond to the financial crisis with reliable, responsible, understandable analysis.
From the President
Step aside for innovative problem-solving
Students take stand against graffiti
A class studying civil rights activist Dorothy Irene Height’s life and legacy stood up to the person who perpetrated the most recent act of cowardly graffiti
on the St. Cloud State University campus.
Reprinted with permission from the April 12, 2009, issue of the St. Cloud Times.
Garvey Commons innovation going national
Retired surveying leader honored
Mass media successes return to campus
Greeks take first again
Student wins chance to study 'down under'
Marketing efforts win national awards
A brochure, a magazine ad, television spots and a branding project – all done to market St. Cloud State – have brought the University recognition.
Podcast star to be television star
'University Hymn' marching to new beat
New provost named
Student media rank high
Student-run media outlets at St. Cloud State – UTVS-TV, KVSC 88.1FM and the University Chronicle – collected honors this spring in national, regional and state competitions.
St. Cloud State Helps Fight a Flood
On a cold March day St. Cloud State’s living classroom is the floor of the Fargodome.
The Go-To Guys
King Banaian and Rich MacDonald have been making sense of the local economy in and out of the classroom for years. So when the most recent global financial crisis hit, St. Cloud State's best-known economics professors were naturals to become the region's go-to guys for fiscal analysis.
Schlagel tops the career wins chart in Husky men's basketball
Employers partner with Career Services
Employers help our staff help students enter a tough job market.
Using University resources to re-launch career
Preparing for the job market 24/7
Navigating career preperation
Tough economic times may be troubling to some, but for St. Cloud State students and employers from around the globe, taking advantage of intership opportunities seems to be a solution neither can refuse.
GeoComm helps public safety workers find people and places during emergencies.
Warrior to civilian
Today St. Cloud State - thanks in part to Strong's efforts - is a welcoming place wherer the University's 525-plus student veterans and their families can find camaraderie and advocacy. A prominent sign in the Administrative Services Building. "SCSU Veterans Resource Center," hangs above the first office door many campus visitors see.
Attorney of the Year
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