Winona Campus CommUNITY PagesR.I.S.E. Updates
Tim Gossen, Ed.D., vice president for Student Affairs, invites you to the plaza for a celebration tomorrow, shares helpful COVID-19 reminders, and more.
Free “Ghostbusters” screening, stress kits for midterms, SAC retreat, and virtual bingo!
Check out the various clubs and organizations offered at Saint Mary’s by watching videos created by the club and organization leaders with information about their club! For more information about clubs and organizations, visit the R.I.S.E. website or email...
All students are invited to the following events, sponsored by Student Activities Committee (SAC): Bleach Tie Dye Saturday, Oct. 3, at 12:30 p.m. in the plaza Hike Through the Bluff In partnership with Outdoor Leadership Sunday, Oct. 4, at 2 p.m., meet at the gazebo...
The Student Activities Committee invites the Saint Mary’s community to Zumba in the Plaza and Disney Trivia this weekend.
Kendall Archer, Student Senate president, shares senate election details and invites all students to commit to doing their part in keeping the campus and community safe from COVID-19.
Kendall Archer, Student Senate president, shares news about launching an “I Pledge” social media campaign within the next week and invites all students to participate.
Kendall Archer, Student Senate president, offers a few words of encouragement and challenges all students to do their part in keeping campus open through November.
Kendall Archer ’21, Student Senate president, shares a special welcome back message. WATCH VIDEO: For returning students WATCH VIDEO: For first-year students
We know it can be difficult to stick to a routine these days, especially when it comes to sleep. That’s why R.I.S.E. and the Student Wellness Club have created the Sleep Challenge.
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Assumption of Risk
The university hereby advises student and student acknowledges that by [participating in Activity] during the pandemic, the student may likely be exposed to COVID-19 or other risks that may result in illness, personal injury, or death, and the student understands and chooses to voluntarily [participate in Activity] and accept all risk to health that may result therefrom. Student understands and accepts that University cannot control these risks and may not be able to provide the necessary medical care that the student’s situation may require. Student understands that University is not responsible for any medical or other expenses associated with any property damage or personal injury student may sustain and that University does not maintain any insurance policy pertaining to any potential illness student may develop or other damage student may sustain. As such, student is aware that student should review personal insurance coverage. Student Voluntarily assumes full responsibility for any risks of loss, property of damage or personal injury, including death that may be sustained by student as a result of [participating in activity].