Huskies Advising and Registration

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Huskies Advising and Registration Schedules

Summer (general)

Summer Advising & Registration Day Schedule

Welcome to your Huskies Advising & Registration Day! The Huskies Advising & Registration Day faculty, staff, and students are here to guide you through your first steps as a St. Cloud State University student.  The schedule below is a typical schedule for events starting June 11 th, 2019.  Please refer to your email messages for specific information about the Advising & Registration Day you are registered for.

Time Event Location
8 a.m. Placement Testing (by invitation only) Miller Center, 206
9 a.m. Check In
Advising High Top Tables and Husky Expo
Atwood, Main Floor
9:20 a.m. Financing Your Education Presentation Atwood, Theater
9:50 a.m. Welcome Atwood, Ballroom
10 a.m. Academic Presentation for Students
Family and Friends Presentation
SCSU classrooms
Atwood Theater
11:45 p.m. Residence Hall Tours Atwood, Ballroom
12:15 p.m. Lunch Garvey
1 p.m. Registration Lab & Campus Card Various Locations
Family and Friends Presentations
  • ACE Program: Parent Q&A
Atwood, Theater
2:30 p.m. A&R Parting Gift Atwood, 1st Floor
2:45 p.m. Optional Experiences
  • Campus Tour with Office of Admissions
Atwood, 1st Floor

Multicultural Student Services Sponsored Day Schedule

Multicultural Student Services Sponsored Advising and Registration Day

The schedule below is for guests attending our Huskies Advising and Registration Day events on June 19 and July 25.

8 a.m.

Placement Testing (invitation only)

Miller Center 206

8:30 a.m.

Residential Life Presentation and Tours

Atwood, 1st floor

9 a.m.

Check In
Advising High Top Tables and Husky Expo

Atwood, 1st Floor
Atwood, Ballroom

9:45 a.m.


Atwood, Ballroom

10 a.m.

Financing Your Education

Atwood, Ballroom

10:20 a.m.

Diversity Matters Presentation and Panel

Atwood, Ballroom

11:45 a.m.

Lunch and Student Speaker

Atwood, Ballroom

1 p.m.

Student Academic Presentation & Course Registration
-Family and Friends Presentation
-ACE Program: Parent Q&A

Various Locations
Atwood, Theater
Atwood, Gallery

3 p.m.


A&R Parting Gift

Optional Experiences

·       Campus Tour with Office of Admissions

·       Residence Hall Tours

Atwood, 1st Floor

Atwood, 1st Floor

What to Bring

  • Government-issued photo ID
    You will need a picture ID to get your Campus Card.
  • StarID and password
    You will log in to campus computers and technology services using your StarID and password.
  • College Transcripts
    Bring a list of college-level courses that you have completed. This includes courses you have taken through PSEO or other college courses offered at your high school.
  • Test Scores
    Bring a list of test scores (AP, IB, CLEP, Accuplacer) to share with your advisor.

See Preparing for Your Day for more information.

Additional Information

Families and Guests

We recognize the important role that family members and friends play in the success of our students. We invite and encourage parents or other support person(s) to attend the Huskies Advising and Registration Day with your student.

Please note that students and their guests will participate in different sessions and will not spend the entirety of the day together.

Due to space availability, a maximum of two guests per person is appreciated.


Should you require accommodations due to a disability, it is important you contact Student Disability Services at least two weeks prior to your Advising Day. Without timely notice, we cannot guarantee accommodations can be met. This is for requesting accommodations at the Advising Day only.

Student Accommodations

If you are interested in receiving accommodations/services for your classes once you are registered, please contact the Student Disability Services Office to see how you may qualify. Based on student need and consultation, the following services may be provided through the Student Accessibility Services Office:

  • Priority registration
  • Sign language/oral interpreting
  • Note taking
  • Alternative testing
  • Referrals to appropriate campus supports
  • Textbooks in alternative formats
  • Assistive technology
  • Student support for coping with a disability in college
  • Building orientation (elevators, accessible routes, restrooms, automatic doors, etc.)

Contact Information:

Student Accessibility Services

Parking Information & Directions

Campus map and directions

Complimentary parking for all Huskies Advising and Registration Days is located in Lot A3.

View rates for the parking ramp and a list of handicap accessible parking spots.