First watch the video, then review the text below.
MSC Southeast has a long-standing commitment to provide equal access for students with disabilities. The College will provide accessible programs, services, and activities for all students with documented disabilities in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, as well as Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act. Students requiring accommodations should contact Student Affairs to discuss Disability Services, accommodation requests, and the accommodation process.
MSC Southeast welcomes all veterans, especially those returned from active duty. Thank you.
If you would like to know more about Veterans Services at MSC Southeast, please ask to speak with our Veteran Affairs School Certifying Official in the Financial Aid Office. Please visit the on-campus Veterans Centers located in each of the Student Commons to gather for support, share information, and socialize.
MSC Southeast offers many different student clubs, organizations and opportunities to come together as a college community.
Get involved while attending MSC Southeast. There are great benefits to campus community participation! If you think there is something missing, start your own club. All you need to do is contact Student Senate to get started.
Housing and Childcare
MSC Southeast is a commuter campus; therefore, we do not provide any housing. As a student, you are responsible for securing your own housing.
In Winona, ask for a list of housing resources for apartments, houses and more at the front desk. Winona students can also live in the dorms at Winona State University.
In Red Wing, housing resources for the Red Wing area can be found online through the Chamber of Commerce website.
Students seeking childcare options for their dependent children may request a childcare resource list from the front desk. Childcare listings are also available for both the Red Wing and Winona areas. Some students may also qualify for the Minnesota Post-Secondary Child Care Grant. Please reach out to our financial aid counselors for more information.
Next Page: Conclusion