On Campus Services
Student Health Services
Health Services offers an array of opportunities to students. Students are able to utilize the clinic, pharmacy, health promotions taking place, immunization information, and answers to insurance questions.
HuskyNet, short for Husky Network, is your access to technology services at St. Cloud State. Through the use of your HuskyNet ID (username), you will have access to an e-mail account, network file space and web space, and the ability to perform coursework activities and access technology-related resources. Visit the website above to activate your HuskyNet ID (after you have registered for classes). Click on “Activate My HuskyNetID” (You’ll need the St. Cloud State ID# locate on you Campus Card and your Password).
Lindgren Child Care Center
The Center provides infant, toddler, and preschool-aged care to the children of students, staff, and faculty. The Center staff is committed to enduring each child’s health and safety while helping children establish trust in their environment, strengthen their self-identity, and ignite their curiosity through productive, satisfying activity.
Student Life & Development invites you to pursue our website for Non-Traditional Students. This website allows students to gain awareness of the information and programs that are available to Non-Traditional Students at St. Cloud State University. Our goal is to meet the challenging needs of the Non-Traditional Student genre.
Counseling and Psychological Services
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) is a department within the Division of Student Life and Development that helps undergraduate and graduate students cope more effectively with personal, mental health, and academic issues that arise in their lives.
They offer free and confidential personal counseling and consultation to promote personal development and psychological well-being and assist students in defining and meeting personal, academic, and career objectives.
St. Cloud State University welcomes you home and thanks you for your service to our country. We want to encourage veterans to consider SCSU as an education option because we highly value the qualities of maturity, dedication, persistence, responsibility, and leadership you will bring to our university. You bring a wide range of experiences from the countries in which you have been deployed and can add to our understanding of the world and our place in it. We also understand that some of you are facing very significant transitions and SCSU wants to facilitate your move from a very tight knit community of the armed forces to developing a strong social support system here as well. This web page is designed to help you understand the resources available to you at our university.
With passion and purpose to end sexist oppression, the Women's Center promotes a safe, inclusive and engaged community through advocacy, education, alliance-building and women's leadership. Services are free and open to students, staff, faculty, and community members.
Promoting a Caring Community
Promoting a Caring Community (PACC) is a grant-funded program that seeks to promote compassion and prevent suicide on our campus. Through the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), we have been awarded a three-year grant to strengthen our commitment to the safety and wellbeing of our students.
Financial Aid Office
We are dedicated to support students and their families with information and resources to financially support their educational goals. Our site is designed to provide you with a general overview of financial aid programs and give you guidance in the application process. We sincerely hope that the information we offer will help you achieve your educational goals at St. Cloud State University.