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Conduct & Citizenship

Student Conduct and Citizenship has a vested interest in the safety and well-being of members of the university community, and in the promotion and protection of the University’s educational mission.

Winona State University seeks to promote a culture of responsibility and good citizenship for students both on campus and within the community

A violation of any WSU Conduct Policy may result in the student being referred to the University’s conduct system, regardless of any action taken by civil authorities.

Members of the university community are subject to all state, county, and municipal laws/ordinances regulating the sale and use of alcoholic beverages and illegal substances, as well as WSU regulations pertaining to the same.


Student Conduct Policies


Free Legal Advice for Students

WSU students seeking legal advice can request a free consultation with Winona attorney JP Plachecki.

Plachecki can give advice on subjects ranging from landlord issues and tickets to civil and criminal matters. Plachecki will not represent students, but he will listen to the situation and determine if there is a case that should be pursued.

Sign up for a 20-minute appointment at the Student Resource Center in the lower level of Kryzsko Commons. Consultations will take place from 5-7pm on Tuesdays in the East Alumni Lounge, Kryzsko Commons.

This service is covered by student activity fees and provided free of charge to students. For more information, call 507.457.5310.