Student ResourcesWhether you’re a prospective or current student, there are many resources to learn more about ways to succeed and get involved.
Application: Learn more about how to apply and be accepted to the WSU Counselor Education Program as a graduate or special student.
Candidacy Forms: Students who have been accepted to the Winona State Counseling Program will need to complete and submit a candidacy form related to their program of interest.
Counseling Careers: Learn more information about Counseling Careers and their job outlooks and average salaries.
Counseling Scholarship (PDF): Scholarships are one way to aid in financing your education. The Gaylia Borror Advocacy in Action Scholarship is a WSU Foundation scholarship available to eligible students enrolled in a Counselor Education program.
Forms: Explore the forms that are utilized by students within the Counselor Education Department.
Graduate Assistantships: WSU offers many opportunities to serve as a Graduate Assistant. When you serve as a degree seeking GA you can earn up to $10,000 a year in compensation plus full tuition for 6 to 9 graduate credits per semester.
Handbook (PDF): The Counselor Education Program Handbook gives current students an in-depth overview of the Counselor Education program. The handbook includes information on the department's mission and goals, different program options, admission information, financial information and more.
Two-Year Schedule (PDF): The Two-Year Schedule gives students an example of how Counselor Education courses are arranged over a two-year period at the Winona and Rochester campuses.