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Personal Safety

Winona State University Security offers a variety of resources that help keep the campus community safe, including:

Active Shooter Response Training

ALICE (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate) Training prepares individuals and organizations to proactively handle the threat of an aggressive intruder or active shooter event.

These optional trainings are offered through WSU Security, in cooperation with the Winona County Sheriff's Office, Rochester Community & Technical College (RCTC) Security, and the Winona Police Department.

How to Register

Register online today, as each class is limited to 50 people. 

 All classes are being held in Minne 103, and each class lasts approximately 3 hours:

  • Feb. 16 at 5pm
  • Feb. 17 at 9am
  • March 23 at 5pm

  • March 24 at 9am

Please note that there will be occasional small caliber blank gunshots during the training. The intent is not to scare people, but to educate on what a gunshot may sound like in a building environment.

For more information, contact Director of Security Chris Cichosz at ccichosz@winona.edu or 507.457.5555.