Why You Should Study at WSU
Choosing a college is a tough decision for many people.
If you are looking for a great education at an affordable price that offers unique experiences as part of a supportive community in a beautiful location, the decision gets much easier.
Choose Winona State University!
Here are the reasons why you should enroll at WSU.
Over 80 Reputable Programs for Success
You can choose from over 80 undergraduate majors, 10 pre-professional majors and more than 30 graduate, certificate and licensure programs at Winona State.
This wide array of academic programs will prepare you for your career with:
- an in-depth knowledgebase
- hands-on learning experiences
- critical thinking skills
- communication skills
Affordable Tuition & Living Expenses
Winona State is a public institution that offers excellent academics and amazing student life for an extraordinary value.
On average, tuition costs about $7,377 for undergraduate students. Graduate students typically pay about $6,980 in tuition costs.
Learn more about tuition & living expenses for international students.
Scholarships for International Students
At Winona State, you'll receive world-class education for the tremendous value of public university cost.
International students are also eligible for several scholarships including:
- Cross-Cultural Scholarship
- Presidential Honor Scholarship
- Transfer Scholarship
- Academic Department Scholarships
- WSU Foundation Scholarships
Support for Your Entire Wellbeing
The ISSS staff will support you through the process of applying to WSU, getting visas, on-campus orientation, transitioning to campus life and more.
Our team will also help you navigate all the resources at WSU including:
A Welcoming Community
Though academics are important, you'll have even more opportunities outside the classroom to build your skills and simply enjoy your time as part of the WSU community.
Or maybe you like theater, concerts and art galleries. If so, you'll find a vibrant arts culture here on campus and in the Winona community.
What about volunteering and community service? Students at WSU do that too, often through student clubs and organizations.
Student clubs are an important part of campus life where you can connect with others who share your interests whether that's a hobby, cultural background, faith tradition and so much more.
Learn more about campus life at WSU.