Welcome to our community of learners!
If you are an adult student and have already been admitted to WSU, then this information is for you! We are glad you have selected Winona State University.
Getting a Strong Start
We know that school is only one part of your busy life. That is why we have developed this one-stop-resource for everything you need to know to get your academic career off to a strong start.
Your first step is to become acquainted with important upcoming dates and sign up for registration events.
Attend a registration event to meet with an advisor, set up an initial class schedule and register for classes. You have a variety of options from which to select (choose one).
Transfer Registration Days are daytime registration events held around November and January for adult entry students and students who have transfer credits from another college or university. If you qualify, you will receive an invitation by mail and can RSVP online.
Meeting with an advisor who specialized in the Adult Entry Process (AEP) is a one-on-one advising appointment for adult students only. You may set up an advising appointment with an AEP advisor by contacting the Adult and Continuing Education Department at 507.457.5080.
- Winona State University - Rochester hosts an Advising and Registration event for all new transfer WSU-Rochester undergraduate students. Attendance is highly recommended, but not mandatory. At the event, students will listen to an overview on the WSU-Rochester campus, learn more about DARS, meet the faculty and/or academic advisors, and get registered for the upcoming term.
- The Fall Semester Advising and Registration event will take place in April. The Spring Semester Advising and Registration session will take place in November. The event starts at 4pm on the Winona State University-Rochester campus. Admitted students will receive an invitation in the mail and to the email account used during the application process. Contact WSU-Rochester's Student and Campus Services at email@example.com or 507.285.7100 for more information.
The next step is to complete the WSU Online Orientation, a tutorial designed to help you learn important information on topics such as registering for classes, paying for college, and how to effectively use your WSU technologies. This module must be completed before you start your classes, and we highly recommend that you do so prior to participating in your selected registration event.
Finally, take some time to navigate the helpful resources available on this site to get help with your questions and learn more about joining the adult student community –your opportunity to get engaged with WSU students like you.