You came to WSU to earn a degree and start a career. To make it to graduation, you may need some help, and that’s all right.
Here you’ll find a variety of resources, tools, and scholarship information that is designed to help you succeed.
The Equity & Inclusive Excellence staff can help you learn about these and help you choose which are best for your situation.
Looking for help paying for college? The Office of Equity & Inclusive Excellence offers several scholarships to new entering and transfer students.
You can find many opportunities for student resources—from clubs to events to support services—at WSU.
If you’re wondering how to pay for college, the Financial Aid team can talk to you about scholarships, grants and loan options.
They can also take you through how to apply for aid and the overall financial aid process.
The WSC team also offers Tutoring Services, where you can sign up for free one-on-one and group tutoring in a variety subjects.
And if you have a documented disability, you can request accommodations like note-takers and low-distraction test areas through Access Services.
There’s also the TRIO program, in which TRIO advisors meet with you one-on-one to provide encouragement, advice, course selection guidance, career exploration and much more.
Career & Internship Resources
WSU Career Services has resources to help at every step in your career journey:
- Explore majors and career options that could be right for you
- Identify and grow your career readiness skills
- Find on-campus and off-campus jobs while you are student
- Create a resume and practice interviewing
- Get ready to graduate and start your post-graduation career
Are you considering graduate school? Looking for an internship?
The Equity & Inclusive Excellence team offers advising to help you take the next step for these opportunities.
There’s even more to explore off campus.
If you want to get connected within the Winona a Rochester area, email email@example.com or stop by Kryzsko Commons 230 to learn about opportunities that might interest you.
DACA & Undocumented Student Resources
If you are undocumented, you are a full student at WSU like everyone else in your classes.
All students have access to campus support services. But often financial aid can be more complicated for undocumented students.
The Equity & Inclusive Excellence team can help you work with the Financial Aid Office. They can also direct you to information about DACA and other legal resources.