Other Campus Resources
Listed below are publications and web resources that provide information on specialized topics.
The Advising Center provides a guide for students in moving through the process of degree completion. Advisor assignments, registration, declaring a major, graduation audits and general education advising are among the topics covered.
SCSU Campus Directory
www.stcloudstate.edu/search is the site for the online A-Z Directory. A printed directory which lists phone numbers, office locations and email addresses for departments, programs, staff, faculty, and students is published in October and available at various locations around campus.
The site contains emergency phone numbers and general procedures, reporting and observations, evacuation, medical emergencies, fire emergencies, severe weather, disruptive behavior, hostile confrontation, power outage, utility, hazardous materials, bomb threat/suspicious package, closing procedures, blue lights, and emergency resources.
Star Alert, a free St. Cloud State emergency notification system, makes it possible for students and employees to receive notice – by cell phone and/or e-mail – of campus-related emergencies that threaten life safety or severely impact campus operations. In an emergency, Star Alert will send a text message to the cell number(s) and/or e-mail address(es) individuals provide. Notifications identified as “Star Alert” messages will note the nature of the emergency, what action, if any, to take, and where to find more information. Star Alert will also provide notification of University closings.
The site contains a list of athletic, cultural and educational events on campus.
LRTS Technology Handbook
Topics addressed relate to HuskyNet, HelpDesk, ResNet, computer availability and usage, and policies relating to technology use. Printed copies of the handbook are available in the Miller Center.
Residential Life Policy Handbook
The handbook includes contact information, check in/out procedures, residence hall guidelines, sanctioning guidelines, and residential life policies. A printed version is provided to each student upon check in to the residence halls each semester. Additional copies may be obtained from a Residence Hall Director, or the Department of Residential Life Office located in Ervin House.
The Undergraduate Catalog is the comprehensive source of academic information. Types of academic information included are: programs and courses, general information, colleges, general education requirements, and personnel. Printed copies may be obtained from the Records and Registration Office in the Administrative Services Building.
The catalog includes information about graduate programs and courses, admissions requirements and procedures, and graduate assistantships. Printed copies are available from the Graduate Studies Office, located in the Administrative Services Building.
Student Organization Policy Guidebook
The guidebook provides information and resources to assist student organization leaders, members, and advisers.