Welcome students! In addition to attending class, you are welcome to study at the Graduate Center in groups, or individually, during business hours or as arranged with the TCGC coordinator. Business hours vary based on classes and activities scheduled at the Center. Contact the TCGC coordinator for additional information.
We recommend that you activate your HuskyNetID and obtain an SCSU Campus Card as soon as possible. Your HuskyNetID is your key to SCSU’s technology, including e-mail, campus wired and wireless networks, Desire2Learn (D2L), and more. Visit the HuskyNetID activation page for more information. Campus Cards are required for printing at the Graduate Center, and they are a useful tool for a variety of other SCSU services. See the Technical Services page for more information about obtaining your Campus Card.
For helpful community information - including public transportation, shopping, medical facilities, financial institutions, hotels/housing, and much more - about Maple Grove and the surrounding communities, refer to our Community Information Guide. This Guide is particularly intended to assist people who are new to the community.
Severe Weather/Winter Closings
St. Cloud State University makes every effort to announce any closings/delays/cancellations before 6:00 a.m. for day classes and events, and before 3:00 p.m. for evening classes and events. Campus-wide e-mail, voicemail, and both the SCSU website and the TCGC homepage will be implemented for such announcements, as well as several radio stations. Closings/delays/cancellations messages are also available by calling 1-800-369-4260 (press 8). The official policy can be found at Severe Weather/Winter Closings.