Take a moment to think about the impact St. Cloud State University has on our daily lives. Whether keeping us safe in our homes, getting our attention on TV or coaching and teaching our children, grandchildren and the next generation of Huskies, St. Cloud State is there.
Read President Earl H. Potter III’s commentary published on the St. Cloud Times on recent Confederate flag-waving demonstrations in St. Cloud.
As alumni of St. Cloud State University, you know the importance your degree has had on your careers and citizenship in today’s global society.
When the University partners with the community and business, everyone benefits. Students gain experience and hands-on training that only comes with working in the field. Businesses gain access to resources, faculty and staff knowledgebase and a strong pool of student talent. The community continues to develop, grow and benefit from workforce training opportunities that our
Often we are asked to provide a description of our campus that tells about our setting, our programs and our people. They usually start something like this: “Located along the Mississippi River 70 miles northwest of Minneapolis/St. Paul, St. Cloud State University is home to 16,245 students participating in challenging academic experiences and vibrant campus life. Our
Never has our university’s mission resonated so well with our campus community as with the slogan the university has emblazoned on banners, t-shirts and signs across campus, as well as in commercials and billboards around the state: “Think. Do. Make a difference.” These action words have created a buzz around campus that says “we get
Since 1869 when Principal Ira Moore and five teachers opened St. Cloud Normal School to our first 50 students, faculty and staff have been leaving their unique footprints on the campus and its community. Without doubt the foremost component in St. Cloud State’s ability to achieve our mission is the people whose knowledge, talent and
Creative, innovative faculty and staff are involved in important work that is making broader and deeper internationalization of St. Cloud State a reality. Here are just a few good examples of faculty initiatives and activities that are strengthening the university’s global focus. Communication Studies Professor Eddah Mutua has worked on issues involving post-genocide Rwanda, using
Editor’s note: This edition’s president’s message is an excerpt taken from President Earl H. Potter III’s Spring Convocation 2013 address. The full text of the president’s speech can be viewed at http://scsu.mn/XWeMTv. For four decades St. Cloud State has offered rich international study opportunities and benefited from an increasingly diverse international student body. From
St. Cloud State embraces a unique role that calls upon the university to help create more livable communities, stronger economies and a more inclusive society. Many of our peers refer to this role as being “a steward of place” — an agent responsible for the well-being of the communities entrusted to our care. On the