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Visit Dr. Green's blog "Provost Remarks" where he writes about the SCSU Academic Community.
Check out our new online resource guide for faculty that replaces the faculty handbook.
Defining the attributes we strive to develop and strengthen in SCSU students.
Thursday, March 5, 2015
Congratulations to everyone pursuing extramural funding!
The Office is responsible for and committed to the quality, development, coordination, and promotion of all academic programs and related activities.
This portal brings you to the associated forms and navigator for the curriculum process.
A comprehensive, one-stop resources portal that houses policies and procedures of the University as they affect faculty members.
Academic Affairs develops programs, encourages collaborations, and supports initiatives across colleges and schools.
A list of standing committees working on a variety of topics of importance to higher education and to faculty.
With a primary goal of providing a more integrated student experience, St. Cloud State identifies four learning commitments essential to SCSU education.
Students, staff, and faculty always find Dr. Green friendly and approachable. Find out more about the Provost and how you can invite him to your events.
A list of academic offices and departments that provide services to help students achieve an educational experience at St. Cloud State.
With a primary goal of providing a more integrated student experience, St. Cloud State identifies four learning commitments essential to SCSU education..
A comprehensive list of policies and procedures related to academic affairs as they affect students.
Our students have been recognized both nationally and internationally for their outstanding achievements in their academic, professional, and personal lives.
SCSU is organized into six autonomous colleges and schools, with two schools embedded in the colleges. Find out more about major and minor programs within these colleges and schools.