Warrior Hub


The Warrior Hub, located in Maxwell 222, is an integrated area that provides services for Financial Aid, Records and Registration, and Student Account Services.

The second floor of Maxwell Hall is also home to Student Employment, Parking Services and Campus Card. Lastly, the Warrior Hub team maintains the WSU Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog.

With all these services in one place, it's easy for students to take care of routine business without the hassle of running all over campus.

Faculty and staff can access advising resources and a registration online toolkit.


Take Care of Business at the Warrior Hub

Already know what forms you need? Here is a list of forms for students and forms for faculty and staff. You can also find forms you may need in WarriorSpace.

If not, that’s ok too. Explore the variety of services offered at the Warrior Hub and feel free to reach out with any questions.

Paying for College


Learn about the cost of attending WSU including tuition, housing and other fees.

Check your tuition and fee statement, set up direct deposit, and learn about WSU’s payment schedule and refund policy.


Get Your Financial Aid

Understand the types of financial aid as you put together your plan to pay for college.

Be sure to apply for financial aid every year in October. The deadline to file your FAFSA is May 15, or your aid money could get delayed for the fall semester.

Also, watch for scholarships to become available and consider applying for this free aid money.

If you take out federal student loans, you’ll need to understand how to apply for them and your repayment options.

Register for Courses


Browse available courses, check your registration window, view registration holds and register for or to drop classes in eServices.

You’ll want to connect with your faculty advisor to get help planning your next semester. Check out the course catalog for class descriptions, major requirements and more. 

Use Transferology to see how your courses will transfer to WSU.

The Warrior Success Center also has resources if you’re deciding on a major or need help understanding your academic status.

Work on Campus


Many students work on campus in work study and student help positions. These positions are often posted in Warrior Jobs.

Once you’re hired, you’ll need to complete some paperwork in the Warrior Hub before you can start your first shift.

Learn more about student employment options at WSU.

Manage Your Academic Record


Learn how to change your major, check grades and order copies of your official transcript. You can also go to eServices to get an unofficial transcript.

Check your DARS Self Service Portal to track your progress toward degree.

If you took classes at another Minnesota State Colleges and Universities site, have your credits transferred to WSU for evaluation.

You can also update your personal information such as name, address and more.

Use Your Warrior ID Card & Purple Pass


Your Warrior ID card is your ticket for:

  • meal swipes in the dining hall
  • meals, beverages and snacks with the Purple Pass program
  • checking out books and media services in the Krueger Library
  • access to your residence hall

Lost your card? Get a replacement card in the Campus Card Office in Maxwell 227.

Prepare for Graduation & Commencement


If you are planning to graduate this semester, make sure you meet the graduation requirements and complete the Graduation Application.

It’s also a good idea to visit Career Services for help with resumes, interview skills and searching for your first job.

Then get ready for your commencement ceremony!