At the end of his freshman year, Jefferson Carson had some tough decisions to make if he wanted to remain a student. He’d come to St. Cloud State as an athlete but was later cut from his team. Without his role as an athlete, Carson felt disconnected from campus life. But all that was about to change.
The establishment of The Per Rasmussen ’86 and Nina Skage ’86 Professional Selling Institute is a distinctive component of the It’s Time leadership focus, and a driving factor in helping establish the Herberger Business School as a nationally recognized leader in business-to-business sales education. The gift accelerates and elevates St. Cloud State as a leader in Minnesota, the Midwest and across the nation in academic programming and scholarship.
A St. Cloud State Alumnus has given the community he grew up with better access to housing, education, and infrastructure, all through his family’s tea farm.
Dr. Katherina Pattit is the new dean of the Herberger Business School (HBS) (July 1, 2022), one of the few accredited business schools in the State of Minnesota, with a track record of excellence in preparing business leaders.
A generous gift of 1.8 million from Foundation 94 established by Henry and Angelena Blattner is providing funding for student support and the fan experience in the Herb Brooks National Hockey Center.
Get to know two new faces leading St. Cloud State’s Men’s Basketball and Women’s Hockey programs.
St. Cloud State University is the latest institution to join the Age-Friendly University Global Network as an Age-Friendly University. The Age-Friendly University Global Network is a group of higher education institutions around the world committed to becoming more age-friendly in programs and policies and create opportunities for an aging population. The institutions have a shared
St. Cloud State professors Dr. Mike Dando and Dr. Melissa Hanzsek-Brill earned Minnesota State’s highest honors for educators, the Educator of the Year Award. These awards are bestowed upon faculty to acknowledge and reward exceptional professional accomplishment and to encourage ongoing excellence in teaching.
St. Cloud State University has been recognized for its honorable commitment to engaged, experiential education by Colleges of Distinction, a one-of-a-kind guide for college-bound students. As an institution whose primary goals are based on student success and satisfaction, St. Cloud State is now designated as one of the renowned Colleges of Distinction.
In August, Nic Katona was appointed Vice President for Advancement and Alumni Engagement at St. Cloud State, a position previously held by Matt Andrew before his retirement last June.