Campus Resources


Counseling Services

Counseling Services supports WSU and SE
Tech students by offering a range of mental
health services.


Health and Wellness Services

Health and Wellness Services is located in the
IWC in room 222. Medical services are provided
by a physician, nurse practitioner, registered
nurse (RN) and licensed practical nurses (LPN).


Minnesota Family
Planning Program (MFPP)

MFPP covers most birth control
related health care services for both
men and women.


Women's Health Clinic

An onsite Women's Health clinic
that provides yearly gynecological
exams and support.
Ask-A-Nurse Message Line

Quick access to a nurse when you
are unsure about if you should see
a doctor, have questions about
self-care, or have concerns regarding
birth control or sexual health.



WSU Children's Center

The WSU Children's Center is an early education
and care program for children aged six weeks through 
fourth grade. Winona State Student parents have priority
at the center. 

On-campus at Maria Hall

Off-campus at Madison Elementary School, W-K Elementary School and Creekside (near Minnesota Southeast Technical College)

Hours 7 am - 5:30 pm daily, 12 months/year



Career Services

Career Services is located in Maxwell 314.
We offer a range of services to assist students
achieve their employment goals/


Advising Services

Meet with advisers about academics, major
and career exploration, resume and cover letter
and more. You can schedule your appointment anytime.


Financial Aid Services

Winona State's Financial Aid department
is set up to provide information on all
available financial support. Including cost
of attendance, summer aid, financial forms
and more.


Foundation Scholarships

The Winona State Foundation provides
a variety of campus-based financial
scholarships as well as additional
off-campus scholarships.


Families First Scholarship

The Families First Scholarship has been
established to provide educational
opportunity for students who are also
single parents.


TRIO Student Support Services

TRIO Student Support Services (SSS) provides personal and academic support for first-gen, low-income, and students with disabilities. This program is designed to help students achieve their goals of graduation.

Contact TRIO at 507.457.2325

Warrior Success Center

The WSC provides free and accessible services, like tutoring, advising, access services and career services.

Contact the Warrior Success Center at 507.457.5878