College of Education and Learning Design

Student Services

Student Resources

St. Cloud State and the College of Education and Learning Design offer a variety of resources to foster student success both in and out of the classroom.

Students in the College of Education and Learning Design are active in their own professional development including participation in student organizations at both the school and university level. As students progress through their education, the College of Education and Learning Design offers opportunities for financial assistance through scholarships as well as guidance and support through the Career Center and Center for Co-Teaching and Educational Engagement. 

Advising

The College of Education and Learning Design Advising and Student Success Center provides professional academic advising for first-year education students. Advisors are available to help with course selection and questions on degree requirements.

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

Important Note for Prospective K-12/5-12 Teacher Education Candidates:

If you are pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Education in any content area leading to a K-12 license (Art, Spanish, Music, Health and Physical Education) or 5-12 license (Communication Arts and Literature, Mathematics, Earth and Space Science, Life Science, Social Studies or Technology Education), for advising, first contact the department representing the subject area in which you plan to teach.

After you have met with an advisor in the major department, please contact the Department of Teacher Development to meet with a member of the secondary education faculty for additional advising regarding professional education courses needed for licensure.  

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.

Student Concerns