Welcome to Winona State University!

Directions for Incoming Freshman, Fall 2013:

Dear New WSU Warrior,

The faculty and staff of Winona State University share a commitment to your success in and out of the classroom. Your personal and professional development is the cornerstone of a partnership that will last during your years here and beyond.

As you know, alcohol is a significant issue in the lives of students in both high school and college.  Whether you choose to abstain from alcohol entirely or not, it is an influence in our lives and in the lives of our family and friends.

WSU has created an interactive online course, WSU Student Alcohol and other drug Facts & Education (WSU S.A.F.E.). This is not an over-simplified lecture about the use of alcohol. Rather, it is a thoughtful and educational program for adults committed to considering their life choices.

WSU S.A.F.E – is an online, non-opinionated alcohol and drug educational program. Whether you drink or not, WSU S.A.F.E will help you make well-informed decisions about alcohol and better manage drinking behavior that may occur around you. The University cares for your health and safety. We promote responsible decision making by our students, so all incoming freshmen are required to complete WSU S.A.F.E.    

Winona State University is deeply committed to the health, welfare, and ultimate success and happiness of all members of our community. We hope that you find the course helpful and instructive on this important journey.

 

To Begin WSU S.A.F.E. Course:

1.   In order to access the WSU S.A.F.E. course, you will need your WSU username and password.  If you do not know your WSU username and password, please visit our Lookup page here

2.   Click here: http://www.winona.edu/AlcoholEduInvite

Winona State University is deeply committed to the health, welfare, and ultimate success and happiness of all members of our community. We hope that you find the course helpful and instructive on this important journey.

 

Need Help?
Should you experience any difficulties or require support, the AlcoholEdu Online Technical Support Center is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Simply click on the “Technical Help” button located in the upper right-hand corner of every AlcoholEdu for College screen. You do not need to be logged into the course to access the Technical Support Center. 
Contact Us

Kate Hansen
Health & Wellness Promotion Coordinator
Health & Wellness Services
Integrated Wellness Complex, Room 142
kaehansen@winona.edu    
507.457.5619

Shawnessy Mohawk
Health & Wellness Promotion Graduate Assistant,
Health & Wellness Services
Integrated Wellness Complex, Room 141
healthpromotionga@winona.edu
507.457.2816

Carla Stenulson
Health & Wellness Promotion Graduate Assistant,
Health & Wellness Services
Integrated Wellness Complex, Room 237
healthpromotionga2@winona.edu
507.457.2820