Next Steps for Housing
Once you’ve submitted your housing application and received your room assignment, now get ready to move in, meet your roommate, and live on campus.
Whether you are already friends with your roommate or not, it’s important to connect before Move-In Day.
You may want to coordinate who will bring which items or just get to know them better.Living with Roommates
Moving in can be stressful, but it’s easier if you have a clear plan of what to bring, where to go and when you should arrive.
The Housing Welcome Crew will also be there to help you.Move In & Move Out Processes
But it’s also easy to get around Winona without a car of your own.
The WSU shuttle runs daily between Main Campus, East Lake Apartments, and Education Village.
Many students bring their bikes to campus.
If you don’t have a bike, the WSU Purple Bike Program has you covered.
Winona has options for paid ride services as well including Bird scooters, Lyft, local cab companies, and the Winona Transit city bus.
There are so many ways to get involved in your residence hall, such as:
- attend hall events
- take on leadership position
- join the Welcome Crew to help new students move in
Looking for an on-campus job? The Housing & Residence Life Office employs dozens of student workers in positions such as:
- Front Desk Worker
- Resident Assistant
- Housing Tour Guide
When you live in a WSU residence hall, you agree to follow certain rules as outlined in the Housing & Dining Agreement.
Make sure that you understand the policies in this agreement, and don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any questions.