Athletes express their thanks for the way donors have made a difference in their college career.
In 2016, the St. Cloud State University Foundation launched a crowdfunding platform, designed to make it easier for campus partners to enrich their programs and student opportunities by fundraising for specific, immediate-need projects.
Honors student Shruthi Shankar is a grateful scholarship recipient.
The Environmental Soils Center is working on a project to determine if prairie grass can work as a better buffer than rye grass to protect waterways from harmful runoff from human activities.
Through the generosity of the late William (Bill) Leopard, the St. Cloud State University Foundation received an estate gift of $590,000.
The President Earl H. Potter III Memorial Scholarship honors the immense contributions of its 22nd President to St. Cloud State University. President Potter (October 4, 1946 – June 13, 2016) was deeply committed to the St. Cloud community and the University’s students, faculty, staff and alumni.
Eight St. Cloud State University nance students attended the Quinnipiac University Global Asset Management Education Forum March 30-April
1 in New York to listen to what professionals had to say about the current industry, but what they experienced outside of the conference was a once in a lifetime opportunity.
Piper Shaw ’17 shares what participating in the Broadcast Education Association festival and the National Association of Broadcasters convention meant to her.
Four graduate students studying Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) recently helped make a difference in the lives of people recovering from stroke.
St. Cloud State’s accreditation was reaffirmed in March by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC), the Chicago-based organization that evaluates post-secondary institutions in 19 mostly mid-western and south-central states.