Health & Wellness
Take advantage of all the wellness resources to take care of your well-being and lead an active life at Winona State.
From fitness facilities to mental health services, you can rely on WSU to make sure you’re always on your A-game.
Whether you’re in the mood for calming yoga or high-intensity cardio, WSU has you covered.Fitness Classes
Perfect your butterfly stroke during lap-only sessions or splash around with friends during open swim times.
With nearly 6,000 square feet of climbing surface and 2 bouldering walls, any thrill seeker is bound to get a fun workout in whenever they want.Wabasha Climbing Wall
Want to take a ride by the lakes or run an errand across town?
Students can borrow a bike and related equipment at no cost through the Student Union Resource Center in Kryzsko Commons.
You’ll use your Warrior ID to check out a bike for up to 5 hours per day. Bikes are available from March – November (weather permitting).
Users are responsible for lost or damaged bikes at the true cost of repair or replacement.
Monday – Friday: 9am – 10pm
Saturday – Sunday: 10am – 10pm
Monday – Friday: 8am – 7pm
Saturday – Sunday: Closed
Students in Rochester can also stop by RCTC Student Health Services to get treated for minor illnesses, emergency first aid, diagnostic tests, and mental health counseling.
Not sure if you need to see a doctor? Have a health question and need expert advice?
Call the Ask-a-Nurse Message Line at 507.457.2292 if you’re concerned but don’t know what to do next.
With telehealth services, you can meet virtually with a healthcare provider or mental health counselor from your bed, at the kitchen table, or in your car.
This makes it easy to get the care you need whether you’re in Winona or Rochester.
Your mental health is just as important as your physical health.
If you want to talk to someone or need support during a crisis, the Counseling Services team is here to help.
The professional staff provides free confidential counseling in a safe environment and can connect you to even more helpful resources in Winona and Rochester.
Seeing green bandanas on bags and backpacks across campus? It’s a signal that is a person who can help if you’re struggling with mental health concerns.