Undergraduate student accounts remain active for 275 days (9 months) after their last term of enrollment.
Undergraduate students requesting an extension of their technology (which includes e-mail, D2L Brightspace, etc.) accounts past the 275 day (9 month) extension of service after last term of enrollment will need to have their instructor or faculty advisor fill out the Request for Extension Form. Requests must be for clearly academic purposes.
If the request is received:
Graduate student accounts (for students enrolled in a master’s or doctoral program) remain active for one year after their last term of enrollment.
Graduate students who need an extension of technology services to complete a thesis, paper or culminating project must enroll in a graduate course titled Registration Continuation. Masters students should enroll in 691 and doctoral students should enroll in 891. For more details or if you have questions, please contact the Graduate Studies office.
When the St. Cloud State Office of Records and Registration (AS 118) receives notice from a student that he/she is called to active duty, the student’s account will be flagged, indicating that he/she is on active duty for a specified amount of time. The account will remain active for that period of time.
If you are not a current student and do not meet requirements for an extension of service, you can still access some of the Miller Center library computing services by applying for a Community Patron UserID.