Lap-top Charging Stations
Charging stations are available in each TCGC classroom.
A printer is available for students in the Suite 100 Commons area. Printing requires a SCSU Campus Card (see instructions below to request a Campus Card electronically). Students have an $8.00 credit per semester for printing costs; the cost per page is $.04.
SCSU Campus Card (photo identification card)
Campus Cards are useful for many situations; they are required when requesting materials from Library Services. Students who cannot go to Campus Card Services in St. Cloud to obtain their photo ID card may submit a request electronically following these directions:
- Send an e-mail message to email@example.com (must be sent from the student's
HuskyNet e-mail account)
- Attach a digital photo (jpg)—headshot only—with a light background (no hats or sunglasses).
- Attach a scanned copy of a current State ID card or driver's license to verify identity.
- Request to have the Campus Card delivered to the Twin Cities Graduate Center.
When cards are received at the Graduate Center, they are stored in Suite 175 with the TCGC coordinator until students pick them up.
There are two student-access computer stations located in the Commons area of Suite 100. You can logon to SCSU's network using your HuskyNetID and password.
The TCGC has wireless service in the facility. To access the wireless network, laptops may need to be configured to accommodate SCSU's system. For instructions, visit the website or see the TCGC coordinator in Suite 175.
HuskyNet is the technology that connects you to your world, at SCSU and beyond. Use your HuskyNetID (username) to log into our technology features, including your SCSU e-mail account, online courses, the campus wired and wireless networks, and personal file and web storage space. HuskyNet provides your on- and off-campus technology to help you make the most of SCSU.
The Library offers a wide variety of services for your research needs, from study rooms to assistive technology.