Emergency Preparedness: COVID-19

Bring Huskies Home - Wash Your Hands | Wear a Mask | Social Distance

Protect the Pack

Our campus community is ramping up efforts to promote individual and community health in the context of COVID-19. In addition to making sure that we are exceeding cleaning expectations, St. Cloud State University is building awareness and promoting healthy practices among faculty, staff and students to protect the pack. As we bring Huskies home, and continue to provide student with exceptional services and excellent academic experience, we realize our practices must adjust to physical distancing and other measures to reduce the risk of exposure to COVID-19. Everyone can play their part in protecting themselves and the members of our Husky pack.

 

Self Reporting

Students and employees who have received positive test results from any provider other than the SCSU Medical Clinic should self-report that they have tested positive through the SCSU COVID-19 self-reporting form.  Those that are a close contact or believe they have been exposed can choose to report. Guests who visited St. Cloud State during their infectious period are also strongly encouraged to report using the self-reporting form.

Self Reporting Tool

 

 

This information is subject to change in response to the evolving conditions of COVID-19. Revised: 10/9/2020

 

Preparing to return to campus

  • We Want to Know

    As we prepare to transition back to on-campus learning, we want to know what obstacles may be keeping you from participating in your courses and staying on track. 

    We want to know.

  • COVID-19 information

    St. Cloud State University, in coordination with state and local health departments, is closely monitoring the spread of COVID-19. 
  • Registration Guide

    Do you want to review or update the courses you've registered for fall? Explore our Registration Guide.