College of Science and Engineering

Student Resources

Dean's Office

Robert H. Wick Science Building (WSB) 145
720 4th Avenue South
St. Cloud, MN 56301-4498

320-308-2192
cose@stcloudstate.edu

 

Kelsey Stacken, Student Relations DirectorA message from Kelsey Stacken, COSE Student Relations Director

Welcome to the College of Science and Engineering (COSE)!

Our mission is to help students build a successful career on campus and after they graduate.

I help students find resources that fit their needs. Some of the things I help students with include transfer questions, advising, tutoring supports and building success plans.

Contact me if you have questions:

Kelsey Stacken
WSB 164
320-308-4870

Advising

If you do not have an assigned advisor, contact the Advising & Student Transitions to request one.

Helpful Links

There are a wide range of resources available to students facing academic issues at St. Cloud State University. Here are a few key resources that address common student issues.

  • If you have a concern related to a specific faculty member, go here.
  • If you need information related to improving your GPA through Academic Forgiveness, click here.
  • If you want to complete a Registration Petition in order to make a late change to your registration, click here
  • If you need information related to grade appeals, click here.
  • If you need to register for more than 18 credits in a semester, click here.

Student Opportunities

In the College of Science and Engineering, we not only want to provide you with an outstanding academic experience that prepares you for a successful career, but we also want you to feel connected to our St Cloud State University community. In support of this commitment, our departments host a variety of program-level events, COSE hosts college-level get togethers like Trivia Night and our annual volleyball tournament, various student organizations host events throughout the academic year, and COSE supports multiple Huskies First Four events, as well as college-level commencement celebrations. We look forward to welcoming you and connecting you with our faculty and students!

North Star STEM Alliance

The Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP) is an initiative funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF grant #1201983) which is intended to double the number of African-American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, Alaska Native and Pacific Islander students receiving baccalaureate degrees in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) in a five-year period. In Minnesota, the LSAMP program is called the North Star STEM Alliance.

North Star STEM Alliance Objectives

To increase the number of African-American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, Alaska Native and Pacific Islander students receiving STEM baccalaureates, the North Star STEM Alliance has identified the following objectives:

  • Support student achievement via study groups, tutoring, and supplemental instruction.  
  • Engage students more deeply in their fields through faculty mentorship and research opportunities. 
  • Explore career directions at 4-year colleges, in industry, and graduate school. 
  • Build community through social networking, peer mentorship, and student organizations. 
  • To achieve these objectives, the North Star STEM Alliance will provide comprehensive, long-term initiatives that include alliance-wide community building conferences, peer-to-peer learning, undergraduate research opportunities, programs to help students successfully bridge to college and university-level STEM programs, industry internships, professional development, and publicity of current research in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

Support Services

St. Cloud State has many offices and programs to support you academically and personally. Check out the academic and student support services we offer.

If you have experienced sexual assault, rape, dating/relationship violence, sexual harassment or stalking, learn about reporting options and other resources available to you.