Resources for Student Success
Whether you’re in need of academic support, help with your job search, or various health and wellness services, all you have to do is ask.
Warrior Success Center
The Warrior Success Center has just about everything you need for academic and career support with:
- Access Services
- Advising Services
- Career Services
- Tutoring Services
Talk to professional advisors for help as you transition into life at WSU, navigate your educational journey, and launch your career.
If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by Maxwell 314 to meet with an advisor.
Health Services & Counseling Services
The Health Services team has you covered from head to toe with primary care and specialty services for injuries, illnesses and immunizations.
Mental health is just as important as your physical health. The professional Counseling Services staff provides free confidential counseling in a safe environment and can connect you to even more helpful resources.
TRIO Student Support Services & Student Ability Services is a grant program that helps eligible students reach their goal of graduation.
Veteran students receive an unlimited hours of tutoring through TRIO.
TRIO advisors also meet with you one-on-one to provide encouragement, advice, course selection guidance, career exploration and much more.
Warrior Cupboard Food Shelf
The Warrior Cupboard is an on-campus food shelf to make sure that students have access to quality food on a regular basis.
If you are struggling to get enough to eat or choosing to skip meals so you can afford other expenses, please reach out to get access to the space.
The Winona County Veterans Service Office can provide support for securing government benefits and other information for veterans.
The American Legion Post 9 & Winona Area Veterans Center is a great place to connect with other military members and attend events.
- If you need support during a crisis, the Counseling Services team offers emergency appointments
- If you know someone who is in distress, here’s a guide to help them through a mental health crisis
- 24/7 Crisis Hotline: 844.274.7472 24/7
- Walk-In Crisis Center: 2121 Campus Drive SE in Rochester, MN
Veteran’s Crisis Line | National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
- Call: 800.273.8255, press 1
- Text: “Hello” to 838255
- Online Chat