The Dr. Carrie Holmes MCAT Grant is meant to pay for an expensive test needed to get into medical school. It honors Dr. Carrie Holmes, who served as a physician with the SCSU Medical Clinic.
In April, the Bennett D. Melin Family University Speakers Series was established to bring publicly recognizable thought leaders to the St. Cloud State campus.
A St. Cloud State University alumnus has given the community he grew up in better access to housing, education and infrastructure, all through his family’s tea farm.
Dec. 7, 1941 was called “a date which will live in infamy” by then-U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt. That day marked the attack on the Pearl Harbor Naval Base in Hawaii, which would lead the United States to declare war on the Empire of Japan and fully engage in World War II. It would also
Donors and St. Cloud State alumni Per Rasmussen and Nina Skage have endowed The Per Rasmussen ‘86 and Nina Skage ‘86 Professional Selling Institute with a $1 million gift to their alma mater.
University’s and the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system’s first-ever endowed university level speaker series. In recognition of his gift, the series will be named the Bennett D. Melin Family University Speakers Series.
“The thing I can say about Ukrainians; they’re strong people.” That was one alum’s first thought after spending nearly a month in Ukraine as the country battles a Russian invasion. The St. Cloud State University alumnus — who holds degrees from both the mechanical engineering and pre-physician assistant programs — plans to return to Ukraine,
While Ralph Heimdahl ’30 attended St. Cloud State University when it was a teachers college, his career turned out to be more animated. Heimdahl’s daughter, Martha Slavin, is ensuring her late father’s creative legacy carries on and benefits students at his alma mater. Heimdahl finished his two-year degree in 1930, going on to teach art
Publicly announced in April 2021, the campaign set a goal of $32 million with the hope to promote academic distinction, a university of teacher-scholars, student success, annual support and expanding regional reach as well as other priorities for St. Cloud State. With the start of 2022, the St. Cloud State University Foundation is excited to
One couple has spent decades involved with St. Cloud State University, and has made a gift that will continue their legacy for generations to come. Art and Barb Grachek have made a $250,000 gift to St. Cloud State to create the Art ’62 ’64 and Barb ’62 ’63 Grachek Mental Health & Wellness Lounge in