WSU Veteran's Center at the Sustainability House

Student veterans have a unique and engaging living option at Winona State University. Located next to campus and across the street from the Integrated Wellness Complex and other academic buildings, the Veteran's House gives students the autonomy of an off-campus house with the support of living on-campus.

Residents find extra support through a residential setting with those who share similar experiences of military service. With close ties to the Student Veteran's Club and a student liaison for WSU Veteran's Affairs living in the house, you'll gain connections to campus as well as the veteran community.

The price of renting a room is all inclusive, meaning you do not have to pay extra for cable, internet, utilities, garbage or laundry.

 

What Current Students Say

It's a good opportunity to surround yourself with people who share the same interest. The house is really nice and there is a lot of privacy. -- Skyler

There is a great sense of community at the Veteran's House. I enjoy getting away from campus and hanging out with like-minded people from similar backgrounds. Living at the veteran house has led to lifelong friendships. Overall, it has been a great place to live. --Corbin

Living here is a great way to meet people with similar mindsets and principles. It's nice having your own kitchen, bathroom, and bedroom. With other community amenities such as a projector movie screen and an Xbox One, the house is a great way to have events and meet other people around the community. --Holden

 

How to Apply for the Veteran's House

Student-veterans who apply are selected to live in the Veteran's house based upon application and eligibility of veterans status and benefits. You can pick up a paper application at the Housing Office in Kryszko 235.

Please contact Hall Director Mel Hettmann at MHettmann@winona.edu or Director of Admissions Brian Jicinsky at BJicinsky@winona.edu with any questions.

Students living in the Veteran's House can choose from many different single rooms on the first and second floor. View the Veteran's House Floor Plan (PDF)

 

Room Furniture & Features

Each room is furnished with a XL twin bed, mattress, dresser/wardrobe, desk and desk chair for each student. There is also a trash, recycling bin and window coverings.

 

Bedroom with twin bed and desk in the WSU Veterans House

 Hallway with doors into bedrooms and a bathroom in the WSU Veteran's House

Veteran's House Housing and Dining Agreement

Lounge

With brand new furniture and a projector screen the first floor lounge is a great area for residents to eat meals, study or play video games.

Lounge area with couches and movie projector in the WSU Veterans House 

 

Study Room

The house converted a resident room on the first floor to be a study space for the residents and other student veterans to use.

A study lounge with couches and a desk in the WSU Veteran's House

Kitchen

The kitchen, located on the first floor, includes a stove, fridge, microwave and eating area.

Kitchen with fridge, stove and cupboards in the WSU Veteran's House

 

Onsite Laundry & Single Bathrooms

The house has four bathrooms, as well as onsite laundry that is free for the residents to use.

Veteran's House
377 Main St.
Winona, MN 55987