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Gabrielle's Experience

Gabrielle's Experience
Learn more about why Gabrielle chose dorm life on the HSSU campus

Gabrielle's Experience
Learn more about why Gabrielle chose dorm life on the HSSU campus


Michael's Experience

Michael's Experience
Learn more about Michael's experience on the HSSU campus

Michael's Experience
Learn more about Michael's experience on the HSSU campus


Breaking the Silence

Breaking the Silence
Get the facts on violence and abuse in this informative video

Breaking the Silence
Get the facts on violence and abuse in this informative video


The Student Internship Experience

The Student Internship Experience
Find out more about student experiences with internships

The Student Internship Experience
Find out more about student experiences with internships

Contact Us
Campus Location: 3025 Laclede Ave., RM 110C-GRH, St. Louis, MO 63103
Phone: (314) 340-5112 | Email: StudentAffairs@hssu.edu | Fax: (314) 340-5181

Emmanuel Lalande: Dean of Student Affairs

Campus News
Harris-Stowe Hosts White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for African Americans
The White House Summit on African American Educational Excellence comes to Harris-Stowe

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Harris-Stowe State University is Awarded a $325,000 Grant from USA Funds
Harris-Stowe State University is Awarded a $325,000 Grant from USA Funds to boost student retention

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Harris-Stowe Congratulates its First Anheuser-Busch Legends of the Crown Scholarship Winners: Vasanth Mohan and Youssef Jacon
Harris-Stowe Proudly Congratulates the University's first Legends of the Crown scholarship recipients

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Harris-Stowe Academy for Science and Mathematics Students Gain Hands-on Experience
This year's cadre of Academy for Science and Mathematics produces serious scholars focused on STEM careers

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Harris-Stowe State University Welcomes 50 Middle School Students for STEM Education Program sponsored by Verizon
For the past two weeks 50 middle school boys have crafted products using 3D printers, marketed their creations and developed entrepreneurial skills during Verizon’s Innovative Learning program.

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