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WSU–Rochester and Rochester Area Chamber of Commerce to host Business, Leadership and Education Open House
Rochester, Minn. – Winona State University – Rochester (WSU-R) and the Rochester Area Chamber of Commerce is hosting a Business, Leadership, and Education Open House Jan. 18, 2018 in response to local requests for relevant higher education offerings for the...
Applying to Winona State University not only takes less than 15 minutes, but also it’s easy! Learn more about the 4 steps for you to start your Warrior journey.
After closing four years ago, the Rollingstone Community School is opening its doors to elementary students once again, thanks to the efforts of community members and three Winona State University alum teachers and a former WSU staff member. The Rollingstone Community...
Is college going to be fun? Absolutely. Is it also going to be challenging at times? As we say here in Minnesota, "you betcha." It's important to start off your college journey on the right foot. And to help you do that, we talked with Ron Strege, the Director of the...
Andrea Northam Senior Director of Marketing, Communications and Media Relations Over the past 16 years working at Winona State University, I've watched with pride as generations of students have passed through my orbit. Whether it was a student team member in the...
Editor's note: We found this Spring 2022 Commencement speech by Amanda Peterson, who graduated with a master's degree from the Department of Graduate Nursing, to be so insightful and true to students' experiences, that we decided to publish it.Hello, my name is...
As Spring 2022 Commencement approaches, learn more about a few of this semester’s graduates and their Warrior journeys.
WSU graduate Stephen Shaw has been curious about how things work since he was a kid. And now with his degree, he has the skills and freedom to build his own career and grow within it.
Our students chase their dreams while earning their degrees. Like Kendra Nusbaum, who not only has a passion for eliminating language barriers in health care, but also is making a difference locally and globally.
WSU is all about improving the world, and graduate Jessica Anderson is living the Warrior Life as a student who’s eager to help others by volunteering in the community and getting involved on campus.
Soon-to-be WSU alum Cheryl Ferrill returned to college after 40 years to not only switch career paths and earn her degree, but also to chase her passion and open her very own yoga studio in honor of her late mother.