Student Health and Wellness
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Health services for Winona campus students are available through Winona State University Health and Wellness Services for a nominal fee. Health services are located in the Integrated Wellness Center. Make an appointment prior to your visit by calling 507-457-5160. Parking passes are available at the Health & Wellness center at the time of visit, or you may visit the MSC Southeast reception desk prior to your visit to obtain a pass.
Winona campus students have free access to Winona State University's Integrative Wellness Complex or the Winona Family YMCA.
Show your student ID at the WSU Fitness Center front desk to enter. The facility offers a recreational area that includes a suspended walk/jog track, weights, basketball courts, and other equipment and specialized fitness areas.
Register at the Winona Family YMCA with your student ID. Your membership provides access to any YMCA in the U.S. that participates in the Nationwide Membership program (which includes La Crosse and Onalaska)
Red Wing campus students are eligible for a membership to the Red Wing Area YMCA. Sign up is available on campus during the second week of classes. Family membership and drop-in childcare available for a discounted additional monthly cost.
If personal issues are affecting your college success or health, free counseling services are available. A counselor from Winona State University is available on the Winona campus. Students in Red Wing can meet with a counselor on campus from the Hiawatha Valley Mental Health Center. To sign up for an appointment, see "Personal Counseling and Referral" on our Health and Wellness page.
Crisis Response phone support is available to those experiencing a mental health crisis. Trained counselors will gather information, ensure safety, and connect you with local resources. Phone counseling or a mobile team can meet you where you are. Call: 1-844-Crisis2 (1-844-274-7472)
We also offer a Gender Based Violence Hotline 24/7/365. Winona State's Confidential GBV Helpline is staffed by certified student peer advocates to support students with issues and questions of gender-based violence. Please call 507-457-5610.
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