Undergraduate Student Information

Fall 2020 planning

Dear Cardinal, I hope you’re having a safe and healthy summer. I’m sure you have many questions as we are heading into fall, and you are beginning to think about returning to campus. I would like to update you on progress being made, so we can begin to answer some of...

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Fall reopening 2020 committee

Students and administrators have been meeting together for the last three weeks to discuss possible fall reopening plans for the Winona Campus. Tim Gossen, Ed.D., vice president for Student Affairs, is chairing the committee along with various administrators and student leaders.

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Student accommodation process

The university is continuing to assess the needs of students and adjusting accordingly. Students who are at high risk are invited to fill out this form by Saturday, Aug. 1. Online components will be offered for students who need special accommodations. All courses...

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Parking permits available for purchase

Parking permits can be purchased through the student portal. The permits open up for purchase by class year, starting with the seniors Aug. 1 then each week following with a new class year. The permits are $60 dollars for students who live on campus and $30 for...

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Winona Campus construction continues thanks to generous benefactors

Thanks to the generosity of anonymous benefactors, Saint Mary’s continues to make changes to its Winona Campus entrance area. These gifts have allowed us to construct Brother William Hall, tear down Saint Edward’s Hall, and remove the hill in the plaza. This summer, the project has continued with the construction of new entrance signage, an enclosure wall around the trash receptacles at the Toner Student Center loading dock, and additional work in the plaza. The reception booth near the entrance will also be upgraded.

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Saint Mary’s in the news

Recent news articles featured Saint Mary’s on topics including university plans for fall, how COVID-19 is affecting healthcare professionals, data from GeoSpatial Services, and Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts online programs.

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