Student Resources - Student Services

American Indian Center (AIC)

The American Indian Center provides a comprehensive array of services to support students' personal concerns and academic situations. The center staff offer tutoring, mentoring, social and cultural opportunities, and career development counseling on an ongoing basis. Outreach activities promote respect, awareness, understanding, and sensitivity to American Indian students, faculty, and staff and the rich cultural backgrounds from which they come.
Location: American Indian Center
Phone: 320-308-5449
E-mail: aic@stcloudstate.edu
Web site: www.stcloudstate.edu/aic

Career Services Center

The Career Services Center’s mission is to assist students with career exploration and decision making, job/internship preparation, and help in making a successful transition beyond college life. Students are invited to attend seminars on major and career decisions, resume development, interviewing techniques, internship and job searching, as well as job fairs and other special career events. Career counselors are available to assist individuals by appointment. Information on majors and careers, job market trends, salary information, employment statistics of SCSU graduates are available in the Career Services Center and on the website. Resume and cover letter critiques as well as interviewing and internship/job search assistance are also available by appointment.
Location: Centennial Hall 215
Phone: 320-308-2151
E-mail: careerservices@stcloudstate.edu
Web site: www.stcloudstate.edu/careerservices

Center for International Studies

The Center for International Studies provides one-stop service for education abroad, international admissions, international student and scholar advising, faculty international development, curriculum internationalization, and overseas institutional linkage.
Location: Lawrence Hall 101
Phone: 320-308-4287
E-mail: international@stcloudstate.edu
Web site: www.stcloudstate.edu/internationalstudies

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Resource Center (LGBT)

The LGBT Resource Center is dedicated to providing an inclusive and educational environment for all SCSU students, staff, faculty, alumni, allies, and the community at large. The staff are committed to providing services and programs that foster student development and personal growth and cultivate an inclusive, open, and supportive community through education, collaboration, advocacy, services and programs. The LGBT Resource Center strives to promote full inclusion of LGBT persons and their allies at SCSU and to eliminate homophobia and heterosexism on campus and within various communities.
Location: Atwood Memorial Center 142
Phone: 320-308-5166
E-mail: lgbt@stcloudstate.edu
Web site: www.stcloudstate.edu/lgbt

Lindgren Child Care Center

The staff provides infant, toddler, and preschool-aged care to the children of students, staff, and faculty. The Center staff is committed to ensuring each child’s health and safety while helping children establish trust in their environment, strengthening their self-identity, and igniting their curiosity through productive, satisfying activity.
Location: Engineering and Computer Center 122
Phone: 320-308-3296
E-mail: childcare@stcloudstate.edu
Web site: www.stcloudstate.edu/childcare

Multicultural Student Services (MSS)

The Office of Multicultural Student Services provides for the particular needs of students of color. The department provides comprehensive services by giving academic assistance, encouraging personal development, and offering multicultural programming.
Location: Atwood Memorial Center 141
Phone: 320-308-3003
E-mail: mss@stcloudstate.edu
Web site: www.stcloudstate.edu/mss

Non-Traditional Student Programs

Non-Traditional Student Programs provides information and services to facilitate the integration of non-traditional students into the life of the University.
Location: Lindgren Child Care Center, ECC 122
Phone: 320-308-3296
E-mail: ontrst@stcloudstate.edu
Web site: www.stcloudstate.edu/nontraditional

Student Disability Services

As part of SCSU’s response to Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the department facilitates and coordinates services leading to the academic success of students with disabilities.
Location: Centennial Hall 202
Phone: 320-308-4704 or 320-308-4080
E-mail: sds@stcloudstate.edu
Web site: www.stcloudstate.edu/sds

Student Employment Services

Student Employment Services lists on and off campus employment opportunities for students while attending SCSU. The office sponsors two student employment job fairs each year.
Location: Centennial Hall 215
Phone: 320-308-3756
E-mail:
scsustudentjobs@stcloudstate.edu
Web site: www.scsucareers.com

Student Legal Services

Currently enrolled students are offered free legal consultation on housing issues, criminal offenses, immigration, veterans’ issues, domestic issues, employment law, and other topics. Appointments may be made with the Student Legal Services attorney through the Center for Student Organization and Leadership Development Office.
Location: Atwood Memorial Center 134
Phone: 320-308-2205
Web site: www.stcloudstate.edu/campusinvolvement/legalservices.asp

Student Life and Development (Office of)

The Office of Student Life and Development houses the Vice President for the Division of Student Life and Development and staff responsible for the student conduct program and U-Choose program. The office leads and facilitates division and University initiatives that enhance and support student success.
Location: Atwood Memorial Center 219
Phone: 320-308-3111
E-mail: sld@stcloudstate.edu
Web site: www.stcloudstate.edu/sld

Veterans' Resource Center

The Veterans' Resource Center supports past and current veterans, military members, and their families. The center assists with questions and concerns, advocates for veteran friendly policies and procedures, coordinates services, and provides information on partnering agencies.
Location: Administrative Services 101
Phone: 320-308-2185
E-mail: mnva@stcloudstate.edu
Web site: www.stcloudstate.edu/veterans

Women’s Center

The Women’s Center offers educational programming, advocacy and support services, a resource library, and more to respond to the complex issues facing students. Issues addressed include sexual harassment, sexual assault, rape, dating violence, self-defense, poor body image, crisis pregnancy, pay equity, discrimination, women’s leadership and empowerment. The Women’s Center works with other departments, student organizations and individuals to address problems and develop solutions.
Location: Women’s Center
Phone: 320-308-4958
E-mail: womenscenter@stcloudstate.edu
Web site: www.stcloudstate.edu/womenscenter

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