Students with disabilities may find these resources especially useful in helping to achieve their academic goals.
The Advising Services Department is dedicated to serving WSU students and faculty by providing a complex array of advising and academic support services and programs which enhance and encourage student success, student connections to the University and its resources, and student persistence to graduation.
Tutoring Services helps WSU students meet their academic goals by providing outstanding free academic assistance including tutoring and Supplement to Instruction (S2I).
Counseling & Wellness Services supports the WSU community by offering a range of mental health services designed to enhance student growth and success. Each of their professional staff is trained in developmental issues and clinical concerns common on college campuses.
Services provided include confidential, short-term personal or career counseling, crisis intervention, consultations about students in distress, referrals, and outreach programs and groups
Health & Wellness Services provides general medical care to all currently enrolled students including preventative care, diagnosis and treatment of illness and injuries, as well as mental health care. Health & Wellness Services at WSU strives for the optimum health of students by providing an optimum level of care.
Student Support Services is a community of support for first-generation, low-income, and students with documented disabilities designed to help students achieve their goals of graduation. They are dedicated to providing individualized academic and personal assistance to facilitate lifelong learning and development.
Winona State University has a number of handicap spaces to accommodate those individuals who possess a valid Handicap Parking Permit. WSU Parking requires a valid permit and other authorization that may ensure that individuals applying for are qualified to obtain these permits. Persons with questions or concerns regarding handicap parking should contact the Winona State University Parking Office.
For a more comprehensive list of resources available on campus go to Student Life & Development.
This website offers links to other Minnesota State Colleges and Universities and their Access Services offices. There is also information for parents of students with disabilities and other resources available for parents and students.
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