WSU Offers In-Person Events for Graduating Students

For the first time since the pandemic started, graduating students will have the chance to walk across the stage while their name is...

WSU Women’s History Month Events to feature Renowned Activist among Others

Contributed PhotoAn activist who has helped shape the Women’s Movement for the last 40 years will be presenting during Winona State...

Staying Transparent with WSU’s Racial Equity Goals

Dr. Jonathan Locust, Associate Vice President of Equity and Inclusive Excellence at WSUCelebrating, uplifting, and working toward equity...

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Supporting Small Businesses through the Pandemic

Supporting Small Businesses through the Pandemic

Assessing challenges and finding ways to overcome them is a necessity for any businesses to survive and grow.   During the pandemic, that has been even more so.   Winona State University’s Adult & Continuing Education (ACE) Department has, for years, been helping...

Winona State University Excels in Graduate Programs

Winona State University Excels in Graduate Programs

Although the COVID-19 pandemic has some undergraduate students questioning their higher education choices, Winona State University has seen a steady increase and growth in graduate programs even amidst the pandemic.   WSU currently offers more than 30 different...

Explore the Driftless with Ecological History Series

Explore the Driftless with Ecological History Series

The Driftless area of Minnesota is quite unique.   Filled with rare plants, animals, and various ecosystems, the Driftless area is worthy of exploration and that’s exactly what attendees will do during the Ecological History Series. With events extending out until...

WSU President Olson to Host Rockin’ Radio Show

WSU President Olson to Host Rockin’ Radio Show

For those ready to rock out while listening to some entertaining commentary, best tune in to KQAL 89.5 FM on Wednesday, Mar. 24. Chiming in from Winona State University's campus, President Scott Olson will host his official radio program "Working on a Dream" from 4-6...

WSU Announces In-Person Learning for Fall Semester

WSU Announces In-Person Learning for Fall Semester

In stark contrast to the last year of virtual and hybrid classes, most college classes for the Fall Semester will be in person at Winona State University.   Announced Thursday, WSU plans to have 70 percent of classes in person. The other 30 percent of classes will be...

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Supporting Small Businesses through the Pandemic

Assessing challenges and finding ways to overcome them is a necessity for any businesses to survive and grow.   During the pandemic, that has been even more so.   Winona State University’s Adult & Continuing Education (ACE) Department has, for years, been helping...

Winona State University Excels in Graduate Programs

Although the COVID-19 pandemic has some undergraduate students questioning their higher education choices, Winona State University has seen a steady increase and growth in graduate programs even amidst the pandemic.   WSU currently offers more than 30 different...

Explore the Driftless with Ecological History Series

The Driftless area of Minnesota is quite unique.   Filled with rare plants, animals, and various ecosystems, the Driftless area is worthy of exploration and that’s exactly what attendees will do during the Ecological History Series. With events extending out until...

WSU Offers In-Person Events for Graduating Students

For the first time since the pandemic started, graduating students will have the chance to walk across the stage while their name is read at Winona State University during an in-person Name Reading Ceremony.  Not only that, but two guests of their choice can watch a...

WSU President Olson to Host Rockin’ Radio Show

For those ready to rock out while listening to some entertaining commentary, best tune in to KQAL 89.5 FM on Wednesday, Mar. 24. Chiming in from Winona State University's campus, President Scott Olson will host his official radio program "Working on a Dream" from 4-6...

WSU Announces In-Person Learning for Fall Semester

In stark contrast to the last year of virtual and hybrid classes, most college classes for the Fall Semester will be in person at Winona State University.   Announced Thursday, WSU plans to have 70 percent of classes in person. The other 30 percent of classes will be...

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