Transfer & Readmit Students

If you are a transfer or readmit student in the summer, the following resources will help you to get started at WSU and prepare you for success in your WSU course(s).

If at any time you have any questions regarding a particular resource, contact the Warrior Hub.

Apply as a transfer student from another college or university, or follow the re-enrollment process if you are re-enrolling at WSU after at least one semester away.

To be admitted as an Adult Entry Student, you must have earned a high school or GED diploma a minimum of four years ago. If you have taken college credits elsewhere, it must be at least one year since you were last enrolled at another school.

Military experience after high school may also qualify you for admission through the Adult Entry Process.

You will have the option to self-disclose if you meet these criteria during the regular admission application process. You will not apply to the Adult Entry Process separately.

You will use your StarID and password to log in to the "Warrior" wireless network and to use your WSU email.

To activate your StarID and password, visit the StarID Self Service website.

Alternatively, you can call the Winona State Technical Support Center if you need assistance with any other technical questions or issues.

WSU Technical Support can be reached at 507.457.5240 (choose option 1).

The Winona State University Bookstore will have the details of your required textbooks for in-person and online classes.

If you cannot find information about textbook requirements, please contact your professor. 

Summer students pay tuition and fees per credit, and payment is due according to the payment schedule

It is important to be aware of the time frames for dropping or withdrawing from Summer Session courses.

The deadlines for each class will show up in your class schedule in your Student eServices account. For more details, see the Summer Term refund policy.

Financial aid options are available for Summer Session courses. Learn more about summer financial aid.

You will use your Minnesota State StarID to access your WSU D2L Brightspace portal.

Whether you are taking a traditional classroom course, an online course or a hybrid course, Desire to Learn (D2L) Brightspace is the online classroom many faculty use to share information with students.

Within D2L, you will find course content, the ability to upload assignments, online discussion boards and much more.

Prior to the start of your course, please review the various D2L tutorials to ensure you understand how the interface works.

Before taking an on-campus course in either Winona or Rochester, familiarize yourself with the campus and the Summer Parking regulations.

WSU offers summer housing accommodations to students who are enrolled in summer courses. The Housing & Residence Life office is happy to help you through the application process.