Health Services Entrance

Our Mission

Health & Wellness Services provides proactive physical and mental health care to ensure students at Winona State University and Southeast Technical College are in optimal health and pursuing lifelong wellness, enabling academic success and laying a foundation for lifelong positive societal impact. In addition, we will maintain and promote partnerships between Winona State University and Southeast Technical College students, faculty and departments (including the WSU Rochester campus), and the greater Winona community to create innovative initiatives that promote student and campus wellness.

Our services include primary care, specialty care, urgent care, ancillary and diagnostic services, mental health support, health promotion and wellness programs.

Health & Wellness Services is located in the Integrated Wellness Complex on the second floor, Room 222. 

We are handicapped accessible via the elevator at the bottom of the staircase, near the Parkview Pharmacy at WSU.

H&WS Summer Hours:

Office Hours
Monday-Friday 7:30am-4:30pm

Clinic Hours
Monday-Friday 7:30am-4:30pm

Parkview Pharmacy @ WSU:

Summer Hours
Tuesday- Thursday 1pm- 5pm


H&WS, including the Parkview Pharmacy at WSU, are closed on all university holidays and campus closure days. 

What if Health & Wellness Services is closed? 


Support Our Mission

Throughout the year, WSU Health & Wellness Services provides care and educational information to hundreds of students, many of whom are underinsured. We offer physical and 
mental health care to both Winona State and Southeast Tech students while promoting lifelong wellness and proactive education through our programming.

Below are some of the ways we have made an impact:
• Urgent and general illness care, minor injuries, STI testing, immunizations, physicals and annual exams, mental health medical management, dietary counseling and laboratory services.
• Outreach programming through our Health & Wellness Promotion Team and our student peer educators on various educational programs like Wellness Wednesdays, Health Huts, alcohol and other drug prevention and education programs and RE Initiative, a gender-based violence outreach program.  
• Wellzine, our online magazine created by and for students covering all health and
wellness topic areas.

Your gifts help meet the needs of students and support innovative programs across campus, impacting health and wellness across campus.


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