We’re ready to welcome our Warrior family for the Fall 2021 semester!
WSU is preparing for a safe fall semester with a more full student experience in classrooms and on campus. But we can only return to a more normal semester with increased vaccinations and everyone doing their part to mask up, wash up, check up and more.
✅ In-person classes
✅ Club activities & intramural sports
✅ Eat in at campus dining
✅ IWC fitness center
✅ Sporting events with fans
✅ Art shows & music and theatre performances
✅ In-person campus visits and tours
✅ Field experiences & internships
Ready to Learn
WSU is ready to welcome our Warrior family for the Fall 2021 semester– whether you’re coming to campus this fall or joining us through online classes.
While we will still offer choices to learn remotely, our in-person classroom courses are back to pre-pandemic status.
We plan to roll up our sleeves and return to field work, internships, hands-on learning, research, and group projects.
Ready to Explore
Winona is basically a giant playground with endless activities whether you’re a hammock by the lake type or love to mountain bike through the bluffs, rock climb or kayak on Lake Winona.
An abundance of coffee shops, concerts, plays and art, and arguably the best donuts in the state are ready for you to explore.
Ready for Fun
Ready to Protect Our Warrior Community
With more than a year of pivoting our academics, student services, student life, campus work, and personal lives to virtual, we are prepared to do it all again to protect our Warrior Community.
Winona State will continue to follow state COVID-19 health guidelines and will always prioritize the health and safety of our students, our employees and our community.
We Need You
As excited as we all are to see one another in person again, we know that the only way we get to do all the things is if we’re able to keep the spread of COVID-19 under control. The best chance we have is for all of us who can get vaccinated to get vaccinated.
You can get your vaccine for free right here on campus at student and employee walk-in clinics as supplies are available.
Learn more about vaccination opportunities and how you can do your part to protect your Warrior community, and help us all have the best fall semester possible!
If you aren’t feeling well or come in contact with someone who tests positive for COVID-19, contact the WSU Ask-a-Nurse Message Line for a quick check up.
If you have a positive case of COVID-19, please use the self-report form to help us monitor risks for our campus community.