LodgingWinona State University offers residence hall housing for summer camps and organizations.
- Traditional residence halls feature double occupancy rooms with common lounges, kitchens, and laundry facilities.
- Winona State University’s Kirkland-Haake Hall, opened in the Fall of 2010, is an air conditioned suite-style residence hall with 2-bedroom/4-person units and 4-bedroom/4-person units. Haake Hall also features a multi-purpose conference room.
- East Lake Apartments feature four-occupancy apartments within walking distance of the main campus.
Linens are available for campers and guests staying in the residence halls for an additional charge. Linens should be requested at the time of booking.
Housekeeping services are not available. The university’s facilities staff members maintain the cleanliness of the public areas in the residence halls.
The Alumni House is available year-round for alumni, parents, faculty, staff and guests of the University. Four guest bedrooms on the second floor can accommodate six people comfortably. The first floor, which is wheelchair accessible, has several amenities for guests to use during their stay, such as a living room with a large flat screen TV, dining room and kitchen. The first floor can also be reserved specifically for meetings and events for up to 40 people