Undergraduate Student Information

Power out in chapel tomorrow

Tomorrow, Tuesday, Nov. 24, at 7:15 a.m. the electrical power will be shut off to the Thomas More Chapel. The power should be back on by 4 p.m. The power is being shut down so the contractor working on the Adducci Science Center's Hoffman and Brother Charles halls can...

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Thank-you bags distributed to Winona students

Thank-you bags distributed to Winona students

We are so proud of the vast majority of our students who worked so hard all semester to observe our COVID-19 protocols. We are also so proud of the leadership demonstrated by the Student Senate, the Student Activities Committee, and the Student Athlete Advisory...

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Free at-home COVID-19 tests available to Minnesota residents

The Minnesota Department of Health, the County of Winona, and the City of Winona have announced that COVID-19 tests are now available to all Minnesota residents, with or without symptoms, at no cost by ordering a test online. You can also scan the QR code in the attached flyer and receive more information online.

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Library services calendar

The Winona Campus library building will be closed Dec. 5 through Jan. 24. Although the building will be closed, library staff will be working in the building and offering online services, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. If you need to pick up physical items, this can be arranged. Please use our Ask a Librarian link if you have a request or question.

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No newsletters until Nov. 30

This is a reminder that because of Thanksgiving break, there will be no CommUNITY newsletters until Monday, Nov. 30. We hope you all have a wonderful and safe holiday. Enjoy your break, and then finish the semester strong. We're proud of all you have done to keep our...

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Elevator pitch winners announced

This year’s Winona Campus Elevator Pitch competition, hosted by the Kabara Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies, attracted 12 teams, pitching products and services that ranged from eco-friendly programs to patient-centered products.

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