St. Cloud and Twin Cities Transit
St. Cloud Metro Bus routes cover much of greater St. Cloud. Enrolled St. Cloud State and St. Cloud Communty & Technical College students and employees ride free with a valid school ID.
- Husky Shuttle is a 10-minute campus loop route that runs weekdays, beginning and ending at Wick Science Building.
- Sundowner is a 30-minute evening route which runs until 10:15 p.m., Sunday through Wednesday, and until 12:15 a.m., Thursday through Saturday. It begins and ends at the Miller Center.
- Late Nite is 20-minute route that runs Thursday-Saturday evenings in south St. Cloud. It and begins and ends at the downtown Metro Bus station. No ID is required after 1:50 a.m.
Northstar Link bus service is St. Cloud's connection to Minneapolis-St. Paul's light rail system. From the Miller Center bus stop, riders can connect to the Northstar Line at Big Lake, with stops at Elk River, Ramsey, Anoka, Coon Rapids, Fridley and beyond.
Traveling to Greater Minnesota
Jefferson Lines offers bus transportation to these Minnesota cities: Minneapolis, Fargo and Willmar. Purchase tickets at the Atwood Memorial Center information Desk and the downtown Metro Bus station.
The Rideshare board helps students and employees car pool.
National Train Service
Amtrak is America's passenger train service. The Amtrak station is in east St. Cloud near the intersection of Minnesota Highway 23 and U.S. Highway 10. It is on a Metro Bus route.
St. Cloud State partners with Enterprise-Rent-A-Car for authorized university travel.