Integrated Wellness Complex

The Integrated Wellness Complex (IWC) is located on the eastern edge of Main Campus between Memorial Hall and the Performing Arts Center (PAC).

The IWC features a various exercise facilities as well as support services and resource centers.

Fitness Center
Winona State’s 3-floor fitness center is the ultimate exercise hub.

Students can achieve their healthiest selves with a wide range of equipment and machines. 

Fitness Center
Students work out with exercise equipment in the Fitness Center on the WSU campus.

Students can also sign up for intramural teams and sports clubs year-round.

Floor 1

Free weights

Olympic lifting platforms

Cable machines

Floor 2



Rowing machines

Open courts for basketball, volleyball, and intramural sports

Floor 3

Stationary bikes

Running track

Fitness Studio
The first-floor studio hosts free group fitness classes year-round.

There’s a fitness class for every Warrior, from yoga to HIIT the Core to boxing and more.

Group Fitness Classes
A group of students participate in a yoga class in the Fitness Studio on the WSU campus.
McCown Gym

McCown Gym is an open gym used for Physical Education classes, and intramural and club sport games.

Fans cheer on our men’s and women’s Division-II basketball and volleyball games, which are held in McCown Gym.

This space also hosts large events, such as Commencement Ceremony.

Student Services

A student pets a therapy dog on the WSU campus.

We offer free confidential counseling to support students’ mental health. Our professional staff can help students through homesickness, stress, and other issues.

A nurse performs an exam on a student in Health Services on the WSU campus.

WSU’s on-campus clinic gives students access to primary and specialty care services, like immunizations, sports physicals, on-demand symptom advice, and lab work.

Shelves with food and supplies in the Warrior Cupboard on the WSU campus.

The Warrior Cupboard is WSU’s food shelf that carries non-perishable food and hygiene products.

These goods are available for any student who may be struggling with finance and affording healthy groceries while pursuing their education.

The entrance to the WELL in the Integrated Wellness Center on the WSU campus.

The WELL is the hub for health and wellness events about a variety of topics from safe sex to nutrition.

Students can come to this first-floor space to find balance in their lives or to study and relax.