Student Parent Support/Bridge to Community Resources

Campus Resources

Health and Wellness

1. Counseling and Psychological Services

Counseling Services supports SCSU students by offering a range of mental
health services and support

Phone: 320.308.3171

2. Medical Clinic and Pharmacy

Medical Clinic and Pharmacy is located in the Eastman Hall. Medical services are provided by professional staff including: physicians, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, and licensed practical nurses.

Phone: 320.308.3191

3. Women’s Center

An onsite Women's Center provides comprehensive services related to needs of all women on campus. These include: Advocacy, referrals, lactation and breastfeeding space, and free supplies and pregnancy tests.

Phone: 320.308.4958

4. Txt4Life

TXT4Life is a suicide prevention resource for teens and young adults.
Text "SCSU" to 61222 or call

Phone: 1.800.273.8255

5. Lactation and Breastfeeding Spaces

SCSU is committed to providing private and appropriate spaces for women to breastfeed and pump. These locations include:

  • Administrative Services Room 101F (inside Analytics and Institutional Research)
  • Atwood Memorial Center Room 121
  • Halenbeck Hall Room 202D (near locker room)
  • ISELF Room 202
  • Women’s Center

Child Care

1. Lindgren Child Care Center

The SCSU Children's Center is an early education and care program for children aged 2 months through  five years of age. This is a closed On-Campus facility for SCSU Students and Faculty only.

Phone: 320.308.3296
Location: In ECC on the South Side
Hours: Monday – Friday 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. & Saturday 8:00 a.m. -- 4:30 p.m.

Career and Advising

1. Career Center Phone: 320.308.2151
Located in Centennial Hall 215

The Career Center assists with meeting your employment goals. They can assist with consideration of careers and majors, help with groundwork and resume development, and job or internship seeking. The advisors provide support at every phase of your career development

Phone: 320.308.2151

8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday - Friday
Summer: 7:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday - Friday
Drop-in: 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday - Friday (only during academic year)


2. Advising and Student Transitions
Located in Centennial Hall 366

Advisors on campus are available to help you navigate you way through your academic career including assistance with:

  • General education questions
  • Reviewing major and minor options of interest
  • Review requirements for graduation
  • Academic probation advising

Phone: 320.308.6075

Hours: Monday-Friday: 8:00am-4:30pm


Financial Support

1. Financial Aid Office
Location: Administrative Services 106

SCSU Financial Aid department is set up to provide information on all available financial support. Including cost of attendance, summer aid, financial forms and more.

Phone: 320.308.2047

2. SCSU Scholarships
Location: 115 Administrative Services

At SCSU, applying for a scholarship is easy and we have staff here to walk you through it. It will include recipient criteria, award amount fixed, and the type of scholarship you wish to receive. To learn more about scholarship opportunities at SCSU, please contact the Admissions Office at (320) 308-2244 or

Types of Scholarships:

  • Academic Scholarships
    First year students who are admitted to St. Cloud State University prior to March 1 will be considered for an academic scholarship. These scholarships, awarded through the Office of Admissions, are merit based and will not require an additional application. Consideration is based on the student's academic record, class rank, and standardized test scores.
  • Presidential Scholarship
    Presidential Scholarships range from $750-$5,000 per year and are renewable for up to four years pending GPA and course requirements are met.
  • Cultural Diversity Scholarships
    New students who contribute to the cultural diversity at St. Cloud State University will be automatically considered for these awards. To be eligible, students should demonstrate strong academic achievement through their curriculum, academic record and standardized test scores.
  • Non-Resident Tuition Scholarships
    Non-Resident Tuition Scholarships are awarded to new first year students who do not otherwise qualify for in-state or reciprocity tuition. Recipients pay the equivalent of in-state tuition. Applicants must rank in the top 15% of their graduating class or earn a composite score of 25 or above on the ACT/1140 SAT (excluding writing). All students who meet the above requirements will be automatically awarded the Non-Resident Tuition Scholarship on an on-going basis. There is no application deadline.
  • Foundation-Sponsored Scholarships
    St. Cloud State University also offers scholarships provided by friends and alumni of the University available for both incoming first-year and transfer students.

Academic Success

1. Academic Support Services

SCSU Student Support Services provides personal and academic support for first-gen,
low-income, and students with disabilities. Designed to help students achieve their goals of graduation. St. Cloud State offers tutoring, testing and academic support services to help you get the most out of your education.

Please go to our web page for specific supports available