Students at homecoming enjoy life in the Winona State community

Welcome to Winona State University!

Now that you're admitted, we suggest that you:

•  use myWSU & log in to RSVP for registration day
•  join the Class of 2018 WSU Facebook group & make friends   
•  be sure WSU has your current email address and contact info
•  get ready for move-in

 

August 19-23 Orientation Days

The last fall registration opportunity for new students will be August 19, move-in day. The August 20-24 orientation program draft schedule will give you an idea of what's to come!

 

Q: What are important dates?

A:

Information is mailed to you after you are admitted. You can also check this site for Important Dates & Deadlines. For students admitted for Fall 2014, note these dates:

  • August 19 – First-Year Student Move-In Day
  • August 20-22 – New Student Orientation (freshman and transfer)
  • August 25 – Classes Begin

 

Q: How do I know if I'm admitted?

A: If you applied online log back into your account for status updates. You will receive an admissions decision letter in the mail within about 3 weeks of the date when all application materials are complete. You can also contact us or call 507.457.5100. Because of privacy laws, we need to communicate with you directly and cannot share some information with your parent or guardian.

Q: How do I change my info?

A: If you want to update your address, phone number, major, or other information, please don’t fill out another application. Just call 507.457.5100 or email us.

Q: How do transfers enroll?

A: New incoming transfer students are required to attend an enrollment program, during which you enroll for classes with an academic advisor, receive your laptop and training, create your student ID card, and learn about support services. This information is mailed to you after you are admitted.

Q: What about laptops?

A: Winona State was one of the first universities to require all full-time students to own and use a laptop. Your laptop (PC or Mac) includes hardware and software, training, and technical support. It’s a program we call eWarrior: Digital Life and Learning. New and transfer students receive their laptops when they register for their first year.

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Fall Open House Days
Fall Open House Days

When: Oct 16, 17 & 31
What: Tours, admissions and academic info
Where: Kryzsko Commons, Main WSU campus