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2013 Quick Facts

2013 Quick facts about St. Cloud State University’s statistics.

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SCSU invests in the future: New facilities

Thanks in part to $8.8M in private gifts, the Herb Brooks National Hockey Center opened in September 2013 and ushered in a new era for St. Cloud State University men’s and women’s hockey. In addition to being home of the Huskies, the Herb Brooks National Hockey Center hosts local high schools and nearby colleges.

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St. Cloud State Huskies: Athletics impact

I want Huskies student athletes to graduate knowing they are prepared and able to conquer their dreams. Your gifts to the Huskies Fund provide our programs with the resources necessary to recruit and develop student-athletes who make a difference to their teams, and to the communities they will later call home.

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The Storbeck’s: Donor Spotlight

Sue Wahl Storbeck ’81 and Lee Storbeck were athletes in high school and college and are thankful for the skills that sports taught them on the field and at practice: competitiveness, hard work, teamwork and the value of education. Sue was a four-sport, four-year athlete in basketball and volleyball, and competed two years in track and field, and tennis. She led the Huskies to a Minnesota Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women title in 1977 and was inducted to the SCSU Athletic Hall of

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Scholarship impact: Sara Salas-Ramirez ’14

My name is Sara Salas Ramirez and I am originally from Tlaquiltenango Morelos, Mexico, and I have lived in Austin, Minnesota since 2000. I am the oldest daughter of three  children. I am a first generation student attending college and for my family this is very important. Ever since I was a little girl my parents told me “no tenemos mucho, pero lo que si te queremos dar es tu education (we do not have a lot,

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Student stories: Scholarship impact

Carmen Johnson Senior – Augusta, Wisconsin “By awarding me the Elsie Kalionen Scholars Fund for Future Teachers, I have been able to focus more on my future rather than worrying about being held back by financial issues. I have been able to spend more time in the schools working with students with and without disabilities to get a good image of what I will be doing the rest of my

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Building community

Science Express | Technology & Engineering Express I am a first grade teacher at STRIDE Academy and we have utilized the Science Express three different years as an extension to our science programs. It is wonderful for elementary students to be able to visit a real science lab with real scientists. Being able to go into a lab and use the microscopes and other equipment really gave the students and

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A donor’s gift is helping create a safer world

In a complex, multi-storied building or office park, getting first responders to the exact location of the person in need in the shortest amount of time can be complicated. This process is soon to improve though, thanks to a unique partnership between St. Cloud State University and GeoComm, a Central Minnesota based company and leading provider of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and communication applications that support 911 call centers. Using newly acquired visualization technology purchased with

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Reaching out: Student services

Nathan Bergan Senior Airman, Air Force Reservr St. Charles, Minn. After returning from my deployment in Qatar, my wife, Kendra Bergan, and I decided we wanted to attend college. We decided to join St. Cloud State for a few reasons. SCSU would offer elective credits for my military training, they had friendly admissions staff, we liked the size of the school and they offered our intended majors. I decided to go for a Computer Engineering major to help my

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