St. Cloud State University has established a strong Alcohol and Other Drugs Policy.

For those seeking services, it is important to remember that the university provides confidential assistance depending on your needs.

Online assessments and videos


Do you drink too much? Too often? Do you worry about the pattern or outcome of your drinking?

Our assessment tools may give you some answers.

Take the
alcohol use assessment


Do you wonder about the effect or the pattern of your marijuana use?

Our assessment tools may give you some answers.

Take the
marijuana use assessment

Mental health

A brief screening can help determine whether it's time to connect with a mental health professional. Our screening is anonymous and confidential and will offer resources and recommendations.

On-campus resources

Counseling and Psychological Services

Counseling & Psychological Services offers free counseling. We also can talk with you if you are concerned about a friend and are unsure about how best to help them.

Our services are available for students only.

Contact or visit us at:
103 Stewart Hall

Medical Clinic

If you are injured or struggling with medical issues, whether or not they are related to your use of alcohol or drugs, the Medical Clinic is available.

Contact or visit us at:
Eastman Hall / Center for Health and Wellness Innovation

Peer support/meetings

  • Campus AA meeting 6 p.m. Tuesdays, Upper Mississippi Room, Newman Center.
  • "Focus on Recovery" NA meeting 7 p.m. Mondays, Upper Mississippi Room, Newman Center
  • All Recovery meeting 2 p.m. Thursdays, Education Building Room A252
  • Husky P.U.P.S. (Promoting University Peer Support) Drop-in Center, hours vary by semester, A252, Education Building.

Off-campus resources