Life on the Mississippi

From the President

Supporting community well-being

St. Cloud State embraces a unique role that calls upon the university to help create more livable communities, stronger economies and a more inclusive society.

University News

Former President Clinton visits

HEED award recognizes diversity and inclusion

Construction on track

WPA wall restored and dedicated

President Potter signs commitment to future statement

Faculty/Staff News

Douglas H. Vinzant named vice president

Education prof Kathy Johnson attends CGI

Shawn Jarvis publishes anthology

Multimedia Services wins Telly Award

Feature Story

Life on the Mississippi

When he came to St. Cloud State Ivan Bartha brought with him strong feelings of reverence and responsibility for the Mississippi River waters that flow through campus and community.

Support in numbers

APP reunion highlights 25 years of opportunities.

Focused on safety

With wheels-on-the-ground training for nearly 38,000 private and professional drivers each year, the Minnesota Highway Safety and Research Center (MHSRC) carries out its mission to reduce traffic accidents and the human trauma they cause.

Preparing for the race and beyond

The basement of Halenbeck Hall is home to the Human Performance Lab, a space overfilled with exercise test equipment and health screening stations. The warren of windowless rooms is affectionately referred to as “the dungeon” by graduates who fondly remember the worn furnishings and warm collegial atmosphere of the lab.

Students become broadcasters while finishing their degrees

I can’t get a job without experience, but I can’t get experience without a job. This conundrum has confounded college graduates for decades, but many St. Cloud State students don’t have that problem. Through experiential learning opportunities on-campus and off, St. Cloud State students are able to connect to their community, get real-world experience and land that first job after college.


Lock of Love

Super Storm Sandy

Weems is quick to make her voice heard

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