St. Cloud State President Robbyn Wacker and Vice President for Advancement and Alumni Engagement Nic Katona discuss SCSU’s focus on a bright future, bringing flexibility to philanthropy, #OurSCSU and more.
#OurSCSU is a symbol of the strength of our community and a new platform to share life’s milestones, professional advancements, and impact. Whether you are making a difference in your community, advancing your profession, or shaping the lives of those around you — we want to hear from you.
St. Cloud State senior Isaiah Okongo is focused on his future in art in his own bold way by not letting a visual impairment get in the way of his talents and successes.
King Banaian and his fellow St. Cloud State University economists have been making sense of ups and downs in the local business climate for a quarter of a century via their much-anticipated St. Cloud Area Quarterly Business Report (QBR).
SCSU Esports is an emerging segment of campus life at St. Cloud State, with some big additions in the past year sparking further growth.
Men’s Hockey player Grant Cruikshank grew up on the ice rink and remains on the ice to this day in part due to the influence from his Olympic speedskating parents, Bonnie Blair Cruikshank and Dave Cruikshank.
St. Cloud State University is taking bold steps to raise the academic profile of the University – a core tenet of It’s Time, the University’s framework for the future. We are innovating and investing in areas of growth to meet the workforce needs of the region, the state, and the world. Our focus is on offering a strong portfolio of excellent programs for current and future Huskies.
The St. Cloud State University Men’s Hockey team honored one of the best to ever take the ice for the Huskies when they retired the jersey of 21-year NHL veteran and three-time Stanley Cup Champion Matt Cullen in January. The Huskies retired Cullen’s No. 9 jersey during a pregame ceremony ahead of SCSU’s game against Colorado
Leah Neidecker, who earned her Bachelor of Science in Ecology in 2013, is a program manager in aortic medical science with Medtronic. She collaborates with key opinion leaders in the vascular and cardiothoracic surgery specialties to deliver the most relevant, accurate and data-driven training to health care professionals.
Something incredible is happening at Annandale Art & Textile Center, as Diane Nelson teaches weaving at the Center and supervises the Heart of the Lakes Weavers — a vocational weaving program for people with social or developmental disabilities and alternate learning styles.