To complete your application, you’ll just need to send official college transcripts and pay the application fee.
Transfer students who have completed at least 24 credits at a regionally-accredited college or university with a 2.4 GPA or higher on a 4.0 scale will be admitted.
Keep in mind that Rochester is a degree-completion campus, so you need at least 60 credits to enter these programs.
You may be referred to Rochester Community and Technical College (RCTC) or a Transfer Pathways program to meet the minimum credit criteria.
If you don’t meet this requirement—don’t worry.
We still encourage you to apply.
A transfer specialist will review your application to determine your potential for success at WSU.
We may request additional information before making an admissions decision.
How to Apply
Your application won’t be processed until your transcript and fee payment are received.
If you have questions about the admission process or transferring credits, feel free to reach out to email@example.com.
The 2023 online application for Winona State University is open and ready for you to apply.
You can pause and save your progress if you’d like to come back later.
But it often takes just 15 minutes or less!
There’s a $20 application fee, which can be paid online.
- Log into eServices with your StarID and password.
- Select “Bills and Payments” from the main menu. The application fee should appear as an outstanding payment.
- Select the option to make a payment and enter your credit card information.
No fee is required if you’re transferring from RCTC, Riverland, or Minnesota State College Southeast.
Are you concerned about the application fee? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To complete your application, you’ll need to send your official college transcripts.
WSU will automatically retrieve your transcripts from any Minnesota State colleges or universities you attended.
You’ll need to request transcripts from each non-Minnesota State institution.
If you have less than 24 college credits, you’ll need to submit your official high school transcripts (with graduation date) or GED documentation.
Transcripts can be sent to email@example.com or mailed to:
WSU Admissions PO Box 5838
Winona, MN 55987-5838
Let’s pop the question: Will your credits transfer?
The answer is yes, a thousand times yes.
Don’t worry about getting an official transcript evaluation. The WSU Admissions team always evaluates your credits when you’re accepted.
You can use Transferology to get a sense of how your credits will transfer to WSU. This is a free resource available 24/7.
With a Transfer Pathway program, you can start your education at RCTC or another Minnesota State community college. Once you’ve completed your associate degree, you can then seamlessly transfer into a bachelor’s degree program at WSU.
It’s just as if you had started at WSU as a first-year student—no need to take extra courses or fear losing credits.
Transfer Pathways are an easy way to save time and money. Plus, you have the flexibility to attend classes on campus or online.
Track Your Application
Can’t wait to see if you got in?
You can check on your application status any day, any time in the My Warrior Life portal.
Once you’ve been accepted, you’ll find a checklist that outlines your next steps for housing, financial aid, and more.
Students are also mailed a decision 2-3 weeks after all information is received. If you don’t get the decision you were hoping for, there is an appeal process.
Remember that admission to Winona State University is the first step. Some degree programs may have additional standards for entrance after you’re enrolled at WSU.