St. Cloud State students hit the Atwood Mall Thursday night for the University’s first ever Foam Drop Dance Party.
In partnership with 19 local agencies, St. Cloud State University conducted a full scale emergency campus exercise July 19 to train and better prepare the local community for an actual campus wide emergency.
Shonda M. Craft, an associate dean for the College of Community Studies and Public Affairs at Metropolitan State University in St. Paul, has accepted the position of interim dean for the School of Health and Human Services at St. Cloud State University and will start June 12. She will serve through June 30, 2018.
Jack Nieters ’17 smiled as he walked across the stage during St. Cloud State University’s spring commencement to claim his degree knowing that instead of putting academic life behind him, it’s moving to the forefront.
More than 1,130 students participated in Commencement ceremonies 10:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. May 5 at Herb Brooks National Hockey Center.
The Holocaust Museum Houston has named two St. Cloud State University students as Warren Fellows for the Warren Fellowship for Future Teachers program May 28-June 3 in Houston, Texas.
St. Cloud State University’s 50th annual Math Contest saw more than 1,700 students from across Central Minnesota and Wisconsin on campus to compete in the one day event April 6. But it was one student who wanted to take the math test like her peers, but needed a little help.
“The Power of the Qeej” is the theme to Hmong Night 5 p.m. April 15 in the Atwood Memorial Center Ballroom.
By partnering with the St. Cloud School District and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Minnesota, St. Cloud State is introducing youth to college life and encourage them to think about their education beyond high school.
The first group of students in the 2+2 Bachelor of Science in Finance program students arrived at St. Cloud State University from Nankai University Binhai College in August.