St. Cloud State University students connected with about 180 organizations and programs spread throughout campus on Sept. 6 during Mainstreet 2023, SCSU’s annual fall student involvement fair organized by the Department of Campus Involvement.
St. Cloud State University welcomed incoming undergraduate students to campus for the start of the 2023-24 academic year during Huskies First Four on Aug. 17-20.
Huskies First Four is a four-day experience that annually serves as a welcome and orientation to SCSU for new incoming students before the start of fall semester.
St. Cloud State University hit the streets to take part in the annual Granite City Days Parade on June 24 in Downtown St. Cloud.
Among the individuals representing St. Cloud State’s float included KVSC, UTVS, St. Cloud State Athletics and the St. Cloud State Dance and Cheer teams. Huskies interacted with fans and community members while handing out prizes and giveaways throughout the parade route.
The Lemonade Concert and Art Fair is one of St. Cloud State University’s best-known campus traditions and marks the opening of the St. Cloud’s Granite City Days community-wide event. The event returned to campus on June 22 for the 50th annual year, complete with the annual Lemonade President’s Reception inside of Atwood Memorial Center. “This event is
The Lemonade Concert and Art Fair is one of St. Cloud State University’s best-known campus traditions and marks the opening of the St. Cloud’s Granite City Days community-wide event.
The event returned to campus on June 22 for the 50th annual year of the family-friendly summer event, featuring over 150 vendors spread throughout campus.
A total of 89 students from St. Cloud State University’s College of Science and Engineering (COSE) presented their research at COSE’s first Research Colloquium since 2018 on April 18.
Students showcased their current research and other various projects through poster or oral presentations. The event gave students a unique opportunity to showcase their academic and co-curricular projects such as significant service-learning exercises, original hypothesis-driven lab research projects, results from consulting projects, and much more.
St. Cloud State University celebrated its latest wave of graduates over six ceremonies during Spring 2023 Commencement on May 5.
About 1,077 students out of 1,259 total graduates participated in Commencement ceremonies throughout the day.
St. Cloud State University honored and recognized retirees and administrative professionals on April 12 during a celebration held in the Atwood Memorial Center Ballroom.
The campus community came together to celebrate all the work that our retirees and administrative professionals team have done and continue to do for SCSU.
St. Cloud State Esports continues to expand through academic programming and venues used for education, gaming and events on campus, and the next step in that process occurred April 3 with the official launch of the new Huskies Esports Arena in the Atwood Memorial Center.
St. Cloud State University faculty continue to inspire students inside and outside of the classroom.
On March 27, 10 SCSU faculty were recognized during a reception and recognition event for being part of the first cohort to complete courses from the Association of College and University Educators (ACUE) and the American Council on Education, earning higher education’s only nationally recognized teaching credential.