Winona State University has temporarily converted their residence hall room types to support a safe place for students to live while helping limit the spread of COVID-19. You still have your regular single and suite style rooms, but the majority of the doubles have been converted to be super single rooms. There are 4 residence halls on Main Campus: The Quad (Conway, Richards, Morey-Shepard), Prentiss-Lucas, Sheehan, and Kirkland-Hakke, and there are 2 residence halls on West Campus: Lourdes and Maria.
Single rooms come with 1 set of furniture, a bed, desk, dresser, and a closet.
Super single rooms are double rooms that have been converted to super singles to limit the spread of COVID-19. This room has both sets of furniture, and they also have more space since it is meant for two students.
There are some double rooms still available, but they are limited. These rooms have 2 sets of furniture.
Suite-style rooms have either 2 or 4 bedrooms that can accommodate up to four students. These rooms are available in Kirkland-Hakke.
Room selection starts in June if you completed your housing application by May 1. If you did not complete your housing application by May 1, the housing office will assign you to a room. Once you have selected or been assigned your room, you will be able to access the Facebook group for the residence hall you are living in.
If you want to see the rooms up close or also have a look at the different residence halls, you can watch a virtual tour or you can have a look at the housing Instagram page highlights to look at the halls as well.
-Megan Johnson ’24