Students seeking housing accommodations for disability-related needs should have their health care provider or other licensed professional complete the Health Care for Student Requesting Housing Accommodation Form (PDF).
Submit the form to Student Accessibility Services (SAS). A staff member will contact the student to set up a meeting. Room options include:
Have your licensed provider submit the ESA Form (PDF) to the Student Accessibility Services office. A staff member will contact the student to set up a meeting.
We know that life happens and that sometimes you need a helping hand to work through challenges that would otherwise interfere with your ability to be successful at college. We recognize that your basic needs, including things like food, housing and transportation, can have a direct impact on your well-being and success.
A list of basic needs resources at SCSU is listed at this website.
Extended-basic digital cable is provided in most of the main TV lounge areas and also in student rooms. View the channel listing (PDF) of more than 115 channels. Students need to bring their own coaxial cable cord.
Tuning your Television
Once you connect your coax cable, you will need to use your remote to access on-screen menu programming. Exact details on how to auto-program or auto-tune digital TVs vary from manufacturer to manufacturer, and from model to model.
These instructions are generalizations that are meant to describe the way most TVs accomplish this feature. For best results, refer to the owner’s manual for the specific TV you are working with. Some TVs can take up to 10 minutes to complete this function.
Using the TV's remote control, follow these general steps:
Step 1: Press the “Power” button to turn on the TV.
Step 2: Press the “Menu” Button. At this point you will look for Channel or Set-Up.
Step 3: Look for an option pertaining to the “Antenna” type. At this point you will be presented with either an Antenna or Cable option. Choose “Cable“.
Step 4: Next, look for “Auto Program/Auto Tune” then press “OK”.
Learn about ResNet, your network access to Internet and campus technology, such as printers and software. Internet problems can be reported to HuskyTech at email@example.com and 320-308-4762. Alternatively, use the online request button on this page.
Around-the-clock computer labs are located in most of residence communities, typically with card-swipe access and video surveillance.
Report lost keys and fobs to your residential community director.
There is a $25 fee for a replacement room key, a $10 fee for a replacement key to the community's main entrance and $3 fee for a mailbox key. Stateview bedroom keys are $10. A roommate room key will be replaced free-of-charge. Once new keys and fobs are assigned, there are no refunds.
Locked out of a residence? Present identification and a staff member will open your room. A verbal/written warning is issued for the first instance. The student's account is billed $10 for the second instance. In all succeeding instances $25 will be billed to the student.
At no additional cost, laundry facilities are provided in all residential communities. Report equipment problems (PDF) to CSC Service Works, our provider, using the six-digit number on the washer or dryer.
Use our new Laundry Alert monitoring service to see if machines are in use and how much time is left.
During the colder months in Minnesota, we will sometimes see the appearance of mold in student rooms. Mold is attracted to wet and dark places. The heaters in your rooms are below the windows so we need to keep these open during the daylight hours to remove condensation from these areas.
Tips for Prevention:
Maintenance staff in residential community make repairs and perform scheduled cleaning and maintenance work. Inform a staff member about maintenance needs, including light bulbs and smoke detector batteries. Submit a work order request for maintenance.
For general repair issues in your hall you also can notify the front desk staff or your hall director.
For urgent requests including power outages, significant water leaks, or other significant facility issues please call SCSU Facilities Management at 320-308-3166.
Residential Life has the following recreation outdoor areas. Balls can be checked from hall desks.
Public Safety officers and residential community staff provide assistance 24 hours a day. Specific safety measures include:
Learn about Public Safety services, including vehicle assistance and safety escorts.
For your convenience, vending machines and ice machines accept cash and the Campus Card.
Report money lost in machines by filling-out a refund envelope at the main desk. Our third-party provider will put the refund in your mailbox.
Submitting a Residential Life Building (On-Campus Housing) Work Order:
Click on the red box below “Fix My Room”
Click on the red box on the right side “Request Service”
Fill out the form and click “Submit” at the bottom