50 Years in Nursing

In 1968, WSU graduated its first class of 16 nursing students. This year, as the program celebrates 50 years, the College of Nursing graduates approximately 150 pre-licensure nursing graduates, 150 associate degree to baccalaureate (RN to BS) graduates, and over 40...

Digital Faculty Fellows

Dr. Patricia Rogers, WSU provost and senior vice president of academic affairs, has been chosen as one of 32 academic leaders from across the country to participate in the Association of Chief Academic Officers’ Digital Fellows Program. Supported by the Bill &...

Campus Updates

Winona State’s campus is constantly evolving. Here are a few of the latest changes: Pedestrian Tunnels Fall 2017 brought the completion of the long-awaited pedestrian tunnels under the railroad tracks that bisect main campus. The University explored various options to...

Locust Named AVP for Inclusion & Diversity

In January of this year, Jonathan Locust, Jr. joined Winona State University as the Associate Vice President for Inclusion & Diversity and Chief Diversity Officer. As AVP and Chief Diversity Officer, Locust will work collaboratively with the WSU community,...

Investing in Our Champions

Investing In Our Champions Winona State University student-athletes are among the best in the nation, both in and out of the classroom. Their commitment and dedication to living the mission of Winona State is inspiring, which is why the WSU Foundation has launched a...