Assistant Dean of Students Jen Sell Matzke sits down with Outlook to talk about St. Cloud State’s successes in reducing high-risk drinking on campus.
New graduate programs are being launched to meet workforce needs and and give students the degrees and opportunities they’re looking for.
Award-winning author Margaret Atwood visited St. Cloud State Nov. 19 to lecture on her novel “Oryx and Crake,” which is the 2015 Common Reading Program book for 2015.
Meet our 2015 Computing and Engineering Scholars, recipients of two-year, $12,000 awards.
Students and employees celebrated the 100th anniversary of Shoemaker Hall, the three-wing student residence at the south end of campus this September.
Harold Webber ’82 has been recognized for his 33-year dedication to refereeing volleyball.
The St. Cloud Police Department has earned a $375,000 2015 COPS Hiring Program Grant to hire three officers who will work in the campus-area south side neighborhood thanks in part to St. Cloud State University staff and a student.
A generous donor, teacher-turned-legislator, soldier, human rights advocate and long-time employee of St. Cloud State were the honorees at this year’s President’s Club Gala at the Regency Plaza in St. Cloud.
Rik Hansen, professor of music at St. Cloud State, will be a visiting conductor at the Tokyo Musashino Academia Musicae from Sept. 22 to Dec. 22.
St. Cloud State University and the City of St. Cloud officially closed on a land swap deal for George Friedrich Park with a signing on Friday.