FAQs about Health Services

If you have any other questions, call the Ask-A-Nurse Message Line at 507.457.2292.

How to Prepare for Healthcare in College

As you prepare to head off to campus, here’s some things to consider about how you will get healthcare while you’re studying at WSU.

If you have an on-going health history: 

  • Once on campus, you can sign a release of information to share your medical records from your home healthcare provider with Health Services
  • Schedule an introductory visit with a WSU provider early in your first term 
General FAQs

Call 911 for life-threatening emergencies such as:

  • Difficulty breathing
  • Major injury (open chest or head wounds, spinal or neck injuries)
  • Unconscious or unresponsiveness
  • Seizure/convulsion that will not stop

Urgent care can be obtained from:

Gundersen Winona Campus Urgent Care 
1122 W HWY 61
Winona, MN 55987

Winona Health Urgent Care (First Floor) 
855 Mankato Ave
Winona, MN 55987

If Health Services is closed, you can find healthcare at these clinics around Winona.

Gundersen Winona Campus
1122 US-61
Winona, MN 55987

Winona Health Main Street Clinic
107 West 4th Street
Winona, MN 55987

Winona Health Clinic
855 Mankato Ave
Winona, MN 55987

Parking is available for patients with limited mobility at the front of the Gold Lot #1.

Otherwise, there is no designated parking for Health Services patients.

Health & Wellness Services recommends all students have a medical portfolio to keep track of important medical insurance coverage information that includes:

  1. Copies of Immunization Records
  2. Contact Information for most current Primary Medical Provider
    1. Clinic & Provider Name
    2. Phone Number
    3. Fax Number
    4. Address
  3. Copy of Medical Insurance Card (front and back) for insurance billing
  4. Copy of Dental Insurance Card (front and back, if applicable)
  5. Copy of Prescription Benefits Card (front and back, if applicable) for pharmacy services

Currently enrolled students at WSU and Minnesota State College-Southeast Technical can use all services provided.

Health Services is available to any student regardless of age, gender, sexual orientation, race, religion, or ethnicity.

Although health insurance is recommended, it is not required to using the on-campus clinic.

Appointments can be scheduled by calling 507.457.5160 or in-person by visiting us in the IWC 222.

There is no payment at the time of service. Any costs incurred will be billed to your health insurance.

You will receive a statement by mail for any remaining balance applied to your student account.

All students are required to complete a WSU Student Immunization Record.

If you have a registration hold placed due to immunization requirements, you must contact Health Services to set up an appointment to receive the necessary vaccination(s).

After you have received the vaccination, inform the nurse or receptionist that you need a hold removed from your student account.

Contact Health Services
Health & Wellness Services

IWC 222

Appointment Line: 507.457.5160

Ask-a-Nurse Message Line: 507.457.2292

Fax: 507.457.2326

Office Hours

Academic Hours

Monday-Friday | 7:30am-4:30pm

  • In-Person Appointments
  • Telehealth Appointments


Break Hours

Monday-Friday | 7:30am–4pm

  • In-Person Appointments
  • Telehealth Appointments

Clinic is open Tuesday-Thursday | 7:30am-4pm