We're Here with You for All Your Moments

In between classes, in the evenings, on the weekends and every moment in between, our campus is full of activities to keep Huskies healthy, engaged and safe. Each of our residential communities has its own personality and appeal from a traditional residence hall to the more independent apartment-style living, and with St. Cloud located about one hour away from the Twin Cities students can have access to all of the amenities of a metropolitan area.

From a constant flow of cultural events to community organizations and even intramural sports, there's always something exciting and rewarding to do at St. Cloud State.

Welcome to your campus home!

Meeting Student Needs

SCSU Medical Clinic

Nationally accredited primary care clinic staffed by board-certified doctors and nurse practitioners who specialize in comprehensive college health care including lab services. Located in the beautifully remodeled Eastman Hall.

SCSU Medical Clinic

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

Counseling and Psychological Services is the primary mental health provider for students at St. Cloud State University and is located on third floor of Eastman Hall. If you are in immediate danger, call 911.


Public Safety

St. Cloud State University places the highest priority on the safety of all our campus community members and has 24/7 coverage of responding patrol officers and dispatchers who receive calls and monitor cameras.

Public Safety

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More About SCSU

Established in 1869, St. Cloud State is part of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system. 

TYPE OF COLLEGE: A four-year, public, residential, liberal arts and sciences university with 50 academic departments

LOCATION: A 100-acre campus on the Mississippi River in St. Cloud, which is about an hour from Minneapolis and St. Paul

POPULATION: St. Cloud, population 67,000, is the core city of a three-county, 190,000-person metropolitan area

ACADEMICS: Nearly 200 majors, minors and pre-professional programs; more than 50 graduate programs, including an Ed.D. in Higher Education Administration

CALENDAR: Two 15-week semesters and a summer session of about 900 courses

ACTIVITIES: Nearly 250 clubs and organizations

ATHLETICS: Five men’s teams and 10 women’s teams compete at the NCAA Division II level; Women’s and men’s hockey teams compete at the Division I level; club sports include rugby, crew, hockey and volleyball

RECREATION: Offerings include fitness, aquatics, intramurals, rock climbing and outdoor activities; facilities include a pool, gymnasium, 200-meter track, challenge course, turf field, two ice sheets, bowling alley, dance studio, ball diamonds and a student recreation center

COST FOR 2022-23: In-state undergraduate tuition and fees, books and supplies, room and board is $21,946.

FINANCIAL AID: Students receive more than $107 million in scholarships, grants, loans and student work opportunities each year

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