St. Cloud State University, in partnership with Pinnacle Climate Technologies and Landwehr Construction Inc. (LCI), earned a $50,000 and $216,000 training grant, respectively. These grants were awarded to SCSU from the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) recently under the Minnesota Job Skills Partnership.
St. Cloud State University is nationally recognized as a transfer-friendly institution for a fourth year in a row.
SCSU has been named to Phi Theta Kappa‘s 2023 Transfer Honor Roll for excellence in the development and support of dynamic and innovative pathways for community college transfer students.
Dr. Jennifer Cavalli has been named Executive Director of Honors College at St. Cloud State University, effective July 5.
Jake Kruger and Raven are a pair that would probably catch your eye if you saw them walking around the St. Cloud State University campus. After all, it’s not every day that a black lab attends an actual lab.
Raven, the black lab, has been at her handler’s side for the past four years. Kruger, who has been blind since the age of two, was united with his seeing eye-dog, Raven, in June of 2019 when he decided to attend St. Cloud State.
St. Cloud State University is providing students considering pursuing their higher education at SCSU with a unique on-campus opportunity to experience all that campus has to offer.
SCSU’s Advising and Student Transitions team is offering prospective students with an Overnight Visit Experience, which welcomes students to an evening on campus while staying overnight in one of SCSU’s residence halls.
The Lemonade Concert and Art Fair is preparing for its return to the St. Cloud State University campus in 2023 while building onto the tradition of being once of SCSU’s best-known campus traditions and the opening of the St. Cloud Granite City Days community-wide event.
But this year, the fair is preparing for a big anniversary year when the festivities begin on June 22 while celebrating the 50th annual year of the fair taking place at SCSU.
Four recent Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering graduates spent their senior year gaining valuable industry experience with Coldspring, a natural stone and bronze manufacturer with corporate headquarters only 20 miles from St. Cloud State University.
Staff members of the St. Cloud State University Library recently received the 2023 Minnesota Academic Innovator’s Award by the Minnesota Library Association.
The team of Robin Ewing, Jennifer Quinlan, Tom Steman, Melissa Prescott and Missy Northenscold were honored for making course materials and scholarships more affordable and accessible for SCSU and Minnesota State system.
St. Cloud State University’s Husky Productions has earned even more national recognition. The student-run organization was recently named a finalist for four Sports Video Group (SVG) awards during the 2023 awards process.
Since 2006, Husky Productions has earned 14 SVG awards and will find out if it will be adding to that list when the award winners are announced on May 31 during an awards presentation at the SVG College Summit in Atlanta.
St. Cloud State University celebrated the seventh year of the Dr. Potter Bigs on Campus Program with an end of year celebration on May 10 in the Atwood Memorial Center.
The Bigs on Campus program brings together faculty, staff and alumni with students from South Junior High and Tech High School for a mentorship relationship that offers students to become more familiar with a college campus, and to allow students to think about life after high school and what their futures could look like.