Winona State University retirees (faculty, staff and administration) and their spouses/partner or surviving spouse/partner are considered members of the WSU Retiree Center. WSU Retirees register with the WSU Retiree Center to receive information about the privileges extended to all WSU retired employees.

The goals of the WSU Retiree Center encompass educational, social and service opportunities.

  • The educational goal involves a variety of continuing education and intellectual enrichment opportunities for retirees …almost anything - from short courses on computers to classes on a range of contemporary topics of academic interest.
  • Maintaining and enhancing social relationships is an important aspect of retirement and a key goal of the WSU Retiree Center.
  • WSU Retirees preserve bonds with the extended community of retirees that supports the mission and builds a multi-generational Winona State University campus. An important goal of the WSU Retiree Center is providing service to the University in many and varied ways.
  • Fall 2004 Retiree Center Approved
  • January 12, 2005 – First Retiree Center Steering Committee meeting.
  • April 2005 – First Newsletter
  • December 2005 – Cathie Logan named as Interim-Retiree Center Director
  • February 2008 – Cathie Logan named as permanent Retiree Center Director
  • 2004 WSU Retiree Center Feasibility Study - Part 1
  • 2004 WSU Retiree Center Feasibility Study - Part 2
  • 2004 WSU Retiree Center Feasibility Study - Part 3
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