Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) students make a difference in the lives of community members each day in the on-campus Speech-Language and Hearing Clinic.
This fall St. Cloud State University proudly announced a new partnership with four Minnesota State community colleges that will provide scholarships and support to Pell-Eligible students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) programs.
Service to others. In a phrase, you’ve just met Rebecca (Hage) Thomley ’81 ’83, Twin Cities business leader and disaster relief volunteer.
Forced to live on his own when he turned 18, Sam Bannerman ’17 found some of life’s challenges overwhelming. But it was his St. Cloud State professors’ and advisors’ recognition that he had a drive to help others that turned his challenges into opportunities.
After trying the National Guard, the business world and maintenance, Jonathan Olson found his passion in teaching and chose St. Cloud State
University to prepare for the field. Olson was in training to join the National Guard when an asthma attack changed his course.
For nearly a decade, the late President Earl H. Potter III focused on making St. Cloud State more global, more welcoming and safer.
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.
Interim President Ashish Vaidya stepped up from provost to lead the university after the passing of the late President Earl H. Potter III.
Family, friends and colleagues are emerging from shadows cast by the death of Earl H. Potter III, St. Cloud State’s 22nd president.
The new mascot costume — with breed-authentic blue eyes and sickle tail — has longer fur and more St. Cloud State black and white.