WSU GRADUATE STUDIES
Important Information as of February 19, 2014

Once you have registered for classes, you are eligible to obtain a WSU ID Card. WSU ID Cards are available from the Winona Campus Card Office, Maxwell 227. UCR ID cards for WSU-Rochester students are available from Goddard Library at UCR.  View their website at:  http://www.winona.edu/campuscard/.
Course listings and Instructions for registering on the web can be found at: www.winona.edu/ - click on the “Resources” and then the “Find a Course” links. There is no hard copy of the class schedule, so please check the website for class schedules. Course descriptions and associated prerequisites can be viewed at http://catalog.winona.edu/. You can find a listing of academic departments and phone numbers at https://mywsu.winona.edu/search/Pages/people.aspx.

Once admitted, both Winona and Rochester students can obtain their network user name and password by visiting https://reset.winona.edu (you will be required to verify your identity with the last four digits of your social security number).  This user name and password will give you access to the WSU network, email, D2L and WSU Krueger Library access (databases and on-line resources).  If you need assistance, please call the Technical Support Center at (507) 457-5240.

For WSU-R students to access Goddard Library in Rochester, you will use the UCR ID card barcode and password for remote access to Goddard Library databases and materials.

You may enroll in the Digital Life and Learning Program and are eligible to lease a laptop computer. Visit the IT website for more information: http://www.winona.edu/IT/
After registering for your courses, please check your account/billing information online at http://www.winona.edu/billing/statements.asp.  You will need your Warrior ID# and PIN#.  Charges will be posted beginning August 1 for Fall registrations and December 1 for Spring registrations.  Final bills will not be mailed to students. You may pay using your credit or debit card or by e-check.  Please go to http://www.winona.edu/billing/howtopay.asp for additional instructions.  When paying using e-check, you will need the bank routing and account number from your checkbook to complete the transaction.  Late fees will apply for late payments.
You must be admitted to a degree or certificate/licensure program in order to be eligible for financial aid. Only unsubsidized loans are available to graduate students.  Please review the Financial Aid website at http://www.winona.edu/financialaid/ for general and contact information.
Students are also required to submit an Immunization Form to Health Services if they do not currently have one on file. This form is located at www.winona.edu/gradstudies/forms.asp.

The Integrated Wellness Complex is a unique facility, unlike any other in the country.  It aligns counseling & wellness services, health & wellness services, academics, intramural sports  recreation, fitness, and athletics into a single state-of-the-art facility, providing new opportunities for learning, research, hands-on experiences, activity, and outreach.  Please view their website at:  http://www.winona.edu/wellnesscomplex/

Parking permits for the Winona campus are available for purchase. Please visit Parking Services at 
http://www.winona.edu/parking/ for further information.  Rochester students do not need to purchase a parking permit for their lots. 
Wisconsin residents may apply for reciprocity online at www.heab.state.wi.us.
You can now take advantage of using your WSU Warrior ID like an internal campus debit card. The service is called Purple Pass.  Just deposit money on your card to start using it to purchase internal products and services throughout our WSU Campus Community. You can eat, snack, drink, make copies, do laundry, purchase merchandise, and request Library Services with one card. It’s Purple Pass, simple and easy to use, with the convenience of not having to carry cash with you.  Please visit the following website for further information:  http://www.winona.edu/campuscard/purplepass.asp.

The Kafe Kryzsko, located in the lower level of Kryzsko Commons, is open Monday – Friday from 7:00 am – 11:00 pm, Saturdays from Noon - 11:00 pm, and Sundays from 5:00 pm -11:00 pm.  You may also dine in the Jack Kane Dining Center from 7:00 am until 6:30 pm.  Please check posted times for specific meal times.

Visit the following website for information on directions to both WSU campuses: www.winona.edu/directionstowsu.asp.
WSU does not offer housing accommodations for couples. Graduate students are encouraged to seek off-campus housing, but are welcome to live on campus, per availability. The Housing Office will make every effort to place graduate students with upper-level undergraduate students or other graduate students, where possible. Housing assignments are issued by the date the Application for Housing is received. Please refer to the following website for the Off-Campus Housing Referral Service:  http://www.winona.edu/housing/offcampushousinglist.asp