Bring Huskies Home

Bring Huskies Home - The Full Husky Experience Fall 2021

Student Information

Residential Life and Move In

Our Residential Life staff is excited to offer a combination of double and single occupancy room options, giving students the option of having a roommate(s) in the fall. Community Advisors will facilitate in-person engagement opportunities for students to help them connect to their peers and to campus. This August, Residential Move In will continue to offer a "drop and go" option to ease the move-in process.

Drop & Go is quick and easy for students!

  1. Select your drop & go timeslot.
  2. Arrive to campus at your appointment time
  3. Drop off the bulk of your items in you room.
  4. Return your keys.
  5. Go home and return to campus on Move-In Day.

Sign-up for the Drop & Go will be available later this summer. Students will receive notification of sign-up availability via emails to their HuskyNet email account. All Huskies should should monitor their St. Cloud State email for updates and information for Fall 2021.

Questions? Email the Department of Residential Life at or call us at 320-308-2166.



Chartwells will be open for the full dining experience, while continuing to implement dining strategies that include greater distancing between tables and high-level hygiene protocols for employees.

Garvey Commons will return to a modified full-service experience:

  • Seating adjusted to full capacity
  • Customer facing Staff will continue to use face masks
  • Staff will continue to complete a company Covid Self-assessment
  • Plexi-Glass Barriers will be removed
  • Self Service will resume, including at catered events:
    • Utensils and other high touch points will be cleaned and sanitized every 15 min
    • Salad bars will open with self service
    • Breakfast self-service options like waffles and cereal will be returned to the previous location
  • Physical distancing floor stickers will remain in place encouraging distancing while waiting at food service counters
  • Signage suggesting physical distancing will be posted


Medical Clinic

The Medical Clinic, located in Eastman Hall, provides general medical services related to COVID-19. 

COVID-19 related services:

  • Vaccinations
  • Testing
  • Pre-Travel Consults
  • Exposure/Educational Consults

Scheduling an Appointment

Clubs, Events and Other Programming

Campus departments are already planning in-person events such as Huskies First Four, Homecoming, and Main Street (student organization fair) to engage students this fall. All events will follow applicable safety protocols and guidance directed by the Minnesota Department of Health.



Husky Athletics will welcome back spectators to sporting events! While events will have some reduced capacity for safety, we are thrilled to share the Husky fan experience again with our students and fans.


Husky Health Check

We ask that everyone planning to enter campus help protect the health and safety of our community against COVID-19 by conducting a Husky Health Check before coming to St. Cloud State each day. The Husky Health Check is an overall self-evaluation of a person's current health.

The Husky Health Check will help individuals identify if they are experiencing the following:

  • A fever (100.4 degrees or higher), or a sense of having a fever or feeling feverish (Chills or sweating).
  • A new cough.
  • A new shortness of breath.
  • A new sore throat.
  • Muscle aches that cannot be attributed to another medical condition or is not caused by a specific activity such as physical exercise.
  • A new headache.
  • New loss of smell or taste.
  • Vomiting or diarrhea.
  • New onset of nasal congestion or runny nose, not associated with allergies.
  • If under evaluation for COVID-19 due to exposure or contact with someone with COVID-19 and/or experiencing symptoms (e.g. waiting for results of a viral test to confirm infection).
  • If diagnosed with COVID-19 and not yet cleared to continue isolation.

Please stay home if you are feeling ill. Reduce your risk of catching or spreading illness, stay home if you feel sick and take care of yourself, even if your symptoms are mild.  Avoid coming to  campus and public transportation.   


Who to contact if you are not feeling well

If you are not feeling well, please stay home, and do the following: Call the SCSU Medical Clinic for guidance on managing your symptoms, for directions on getting tested, and possible isolation. Call: 320-308-3191

Determine what to share and with whom after discussing your symptoms with a healthcare professional.

Important Student Contact Information

SCSU Medical Clinic
Phone: 320-308-3193
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Contacting Your Professors

Reporting and Communicating with Professors

Important Employee Contact Information

Contact your Medical Provider


Contact your Supervisor


Contact Human Resources
Phone: 320-308-3203


This information is subject to change in response to the evolving conditions of COVID-19.