Fall 2019 Commencement
December 13 – Memorial Hall McCown Gymnasium
Winona State University’s commencement ceremony will take place in McCown Gymnasium, Memorial Hall. No tickets are needed for the fall commencement ceremonies. Live Stream also available.
- 9:30am – College of Business, College of Education, and College of Science and Engineering.
- 1pm – College of Liberal Arts and College of Nursing and Health Sciences.
WSU Bookstore Textbook Buyback
December 9 -13 – Kryzsko Commons – WSU Bookstore
Sell back your Textbooks for cash! Buy online or sell in-store for instant cash. Textbook Buyback will take place the week of finals Monday-Thursday from 8am-5pm and Friday 8am-3pm.
Basic Life Support (BLS) For Healthcare Student Course
December 12 – 4:30pm – IWC Room 222
Attend the American Heart Association Winter 2019 Basic Life Support (BLS) Student Course. The Winter 2019 Course will be held on Thursday, December 12, from 12-4:30pm at Winona State University – IWC Room 222. The registration permits 12 Participants (requires active participation) with a $50 fee (cash only-to cover material costs) Register online at wsuhealthpromotion.as.me/schedule.php.
For more information, contact Resource Nurse 507.457.5161
2020 Common Book: The Role of Adverse Childhood Experiences in Health and Education- A Panel Discussion
Save the Date: February 17 – 3-4pm – Kryzsko Commons Purple Rooms
Join an interdisciplinary panel of WSU and community experts on Adverse Childhood Experiences for a discussion of the implications of ACEs in healthcare and education in our nation and our community. This event is a part of the 2020 Common Book Project.
For more information, contact April Herndon AHerndon@winona.edu.
In The News
The Winona State University Women’s Rugby team, the Black Katts, won the USA Rugby DII College Fall Championship with a 19-10 win over the Colorado School of Mines on Sunday, December 8 in Charlotte, N.C. After reaching the National Final Four for the ninth...
Winona State University students and faculty joined together with the greater Rochester community for a special flag ceremony lead by Major Mackenzie Johnson, a student with the Winona State Nursing Department and a flight nurse with the United States Air Force Reserves.
Congratulations to Winona State University students who will be recognized as outstanding graduates at the Fall 2019 Evening of Distinction. "Their accomplishments and their visions for the future remind us of the importance of the work we do as a community of...
The music of Winona State University alumnus Jake Runestad ’09 has been nominated for a 2020 GRAMMY® award for “Best Choral Performance.” Recorded by GRAMMY-winning professional choir Conspirare, the album “The Hope of Loving” is the first full-album dedicated to the...
Performance & Exhibits
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