St. Cloud State University Off Campus Apartments

St. Cloud State University Off Campus Apartments

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Serious Business

The G.R. Herberger Business School at St. Cloud State University is one of the top business colleges in the United States. Whether you’re a budding CEO or just really have a thing for cardinal red and black, St. Cloud State is the place to be. With approximately 17,000 students enrolled, SCSU is the second-largest university in Minnesota, so you’ll have no problem finding a future business partner (fellow hacky sack buddy) at this impressive institution. St. Cloud State University offers more than 200 academic programs and 250 great student organizations—just think of how fun it’d be to join Break Dancing Club and get down with meteorology and film studies majors. With all that SCSU offers, you’ll be so proud to be a Husky, you’ll be inviting Blizzard (the school mascot) over for pizza.

Off-Campus Lounging

The library in the Miller Center might be a great place to do some research, but it’s not really fit for lounging around in sweatpants with a bag of pork rinds. Lucky for you, there are great apartments available off campus so you can avoid getting horrible looks from librarians. There are a few multi-unit complexes around SCSU’s campus, some offering amenities like pools, spas, and fitness centers. If the freedom to choose your own furniture and daily spa treatments sounds preferable to RAs and doors decorated with themed nametags, start looking for an apartment ASAP. 58% of SCSU students surveyed by College Prowler said off-campus housing is “totally worth it.” Be sure to check out our college life guide for help dealing with roommates who really do nothing but sit around in sweatpants, eating.

Fun Down to a Science

The folks at St. Cloud State University encourage you to “Think of the world as your living laboratory.” If running around town unleashing pent-up energy sounds like a good experiment, you’ll be a regular mad scientist at SCSU. Take a ride on the Metro and prove your hypothesis that “a college student in motion will stay in motion no matter how many chicken wings he consumes or how hard he dances.” Head over to MC’s Dugout Bar and Grill and chase down a week’s worth of ramen noodles with a Hairy Buffalo. Afterwards, stop by Rum Runners for a night of comedy that doesn’t involve dipping your roommate’s hand in a bowl of water. One thing’s for sure: there’s plenty of fun “experiments” to be had around SCSU’s campus.

Average Apartment Rent in Saint Cloud

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2 Bed $544 N/A N/A 0%
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Apartments in Saint Cloud - View 26 properties

Grand Gateway Luxury Apt. Hms

Grand Gateway Luxury Apt. Hms

Saint Cloud, Minnesota, 56301

1 BedroomUp to $665

2 BedroomsUp to $900

3 Bedrooms$1,015 - $1,040

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Saint Cloud Terrace

Saint Cloud Terrace

Saint Cloud, Minnesota, 56301

1 Bedroom$620

2 Bedrooms$720

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Wyndemere Apartments

Wyndemere Apartments

Saint Cloud, Minnesota, 56301

1 Bedroom

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2/BD St Cloud home for rent!

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Saint Cloud, Minnesota, 56301

2 Bedrooms

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  • What kinds of outdoor activities are either in or around Saint Cloud?

    Outdoor activities abound in Saint Cloud, Minnesota. Part of the Stearn County Park System, Quarry Park is a unique public park with numerous hiking, biking, and ski trails amidst the park's 20 granite quarries. Saint Cloud is also home to the 100-acre nature park at Stearns County History Museum and Munsinger and Clemens Gardens, with extensive flower gardens dating back to the 1930's. Just south of Saint Cloud resides a 12-mile section of the Mississippi River that is part of Minnesota's Wild and Scenic Rivers Program. With multiple channels and sandbars, 30 undeveloped "Beaver Islands", and no major rapids, the river is a popular destination for canoe day trips.

  • Are there major sporting events in Saint Cloud that people enjoy attending?

    Sports enthusiasts will not be disappointed in Saint Cloud. Founded in 1997, the Saint Cloud River Bats are part of the Northwoods collegiate summer baseball league. Local fans head to Saint Cloud's Joe Fab Field during baseball season to attend the exciting games. Hockey fans will enjoy cheering on Saint Cloud University's own ice hockey team. This division I team competes in the prestigious Western Collegiate Hockey Association.

  • What neighborhoods in Saint Cloud are good for eating out?

    There are many good neighborhoods for eating out in Saint Cloud. One of the areas with the highest concentration of restaurants in Saint Cloud is on the river between 1st and 2nd Streets right by Centre Square. Another area with many dining options is on 2nd Street near the Marketplace Shopping Center. Also, almost the entire stretch of Division Street is populated by eateries.

  • Are there any quiet neighborhoods in Saint Cloud?

    Yes. St. Augusta is one of St. Cloud's quieter neighborhoods. With mostly single-family, medium-sized homes, this neighborhood lies on the southernmost edge of the city. This area is also rural in terms of population density, a factor that may contribute to its tranquil nature. Another St. Cloud neighborhood that shares many characteristics with St. Augusta, including its low noise levels, is Route 15 / 2nd St, which is located directly to the north.

  • Why should I move to Saint Cloud?

    Saint Cloud is the county seat of Stearns County. With close to 66,000 inhabitants, Saint Cloud is a great place for those that want to live in a city, but one that is not overly populated. It's also a good choice for those that value green space; the city maintains 95 parks totaling more than 1,400 acres. Residents must be able to tolerate extreme weather, however, since Saint Cloud's climate ranges from hot, humid summers to cold winters with heavy snowfall.