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 Inclusive Excellence

WSU recognizes that differences can deepen understanding of one another. Several resources are provided on WSU's campus.
WSU recognizes that our individual differences can deepen our understanding of one another and the world around us, rather than divide us. People of all ethnicities, genders, religions, ages, sexual orientations, disabilities, socioeconomic backgrounds, regions, and nationalities are strongly encouraged to share their rich array of perspectives and experiences. 

If you feel your differences may in some way isolate you from WSU’s community or if you have a need of any specific accommodations, please speak with the instructor early in the semester about your concerns and what we can do together to help you become an active and engaged member of our class and community.  

Winona Campus Resources

•   Student Support Services, Krueger Library 219, 457-5465 (www.winona.edu/studentsupportservices/)

•   Inclusion and Diversity Office, Kryzsko Commons Room 122, 457-5595 (www.winona.edu/culturaldiversity/)

•   Disability Services, Maxwell 314, 457-2391 (www.winona.edu/disabilityservices/)

•   Counseling Center, Integrated Wellness Center 222, 457-5330
(www.winona.edu/counselingcenter/)
•   Writing Center, Minné Hall 348, 457-5505 (www.winona.edu/writingcenter/)

•   Math Achievement Center, Gildemeister 135, 457-5370

•   GLBTA Advocate*, 507-457-5330

•   Advising and Retention, Maxwell 314, 457-5878 (www.winona.edu/advising/)

Details about Campus Resources
•   Two good places to help you find resources of all kinds on campus are Student Support Services and the Inclusion and Diversity Office.  Both offices are dedicated to helping students of all races, ethnicities, economic backgrounds, nationalities, and sexual orientations.  They can facilitate tutoring and point you to a wide range of resources.  Student Support Services is in Krueger Library 219, and they can be reached at 457-5465.  The Inclusion and Diversity Office is in Kryzsko Commons Room 122, and they can be reached at 457-5595.

•   If you have a disability, the Disability Services office can document it for your professors and facilitate accommodation. Their office is in Maxwell Hall, 3rd floor, and they can be reached at 457-2391.  If you have a documented disability that requires accommodation, please let me know as soon as possible. If you suspect you may have a disability, you are encouraged to visit Disability Services as soon as possible.

•   College can be very stressful.  The Counseling Center is there to help you with a wide range of difficulties, ranging from sexual assault, depression, and grief after the loss of a loved one to stress management, anxiety, general adjustment to college, and many others.  Their office is located in Wabasha Hall 220, and they can be reached at 457-5330.

•   For help with writing and the development of papers, the English department has a Writing Center available to students and staffed by trained graduate students pursuing their Master’s degree in English.  The Writing Center is located in Minné Hall 348.  You can make an appointment on the sign-up sheet on the door or call 457-5505.

•   For help with understanding math concepts and solving problems, the Math Achievement Center (MAC) is staffed with friendly undergraduate tutors who will help you work through difficult material.  The MAC is located in Gildemeister 135 and provides free tutoring for all students in math, stat, or math education courses.  The center is open 10am-3pm Monday through Friday, and 5pm-7pm Monday through Thursday.

The GLBTA Advocate is responsible for documenting homophobic incidents on campus and working with the appropriate channels to get these incidents resolved. In addition, the advocate can direct people to GLBT resources on campus and in Winona. 

* Contact the Counseling Center for the name and number of the current GLBTA Advocate (Integrated Wellness Center  222, 457-5330).

WSU - Rochester Campus Resources

•   WSU-Rochester Student & Campus Services, UCR Room SS128, 285-7100, rochsss@winona.edu  (www.winona.edu/rochester/)

•   RCTC Counseling Center, UCR Room SS 133, 285-7260 (www.rctc.edu/counseling_career_center/)

•   UCR Learning Center,  UCR Room AT306, 285-7182   

Details about Campus Resources
•   Two good places to help you find resources of all kinds are the WSU-Rochester Student & Campus Services Office and the WSU Inclusion and Diversity Office.  Both offices are dedicated to helping students of all races, ethnicities, economic backgrounds, nationalities, and sexual orientations.  They can facilitate tutoring and point you to a wide range of resources.   The WSU-R Student & Campus Services Office is located in Room SS128 on the UCR campus and can be reached at 285-7100.  The WSU Inclusion and Diversity Office is in Kryzsko Commons Room 122, and they can be reached at 457-5595.

•   College can be very stressful.  Counselors are available in Winona and through partnership with RCTC on the UCR campus to help you with a wide range of difficulties, ranging from sexual assault, depression, and grief after the loss of a loved one to stress management, anxiety, general adjustment to college, and many others.  WSU counselors in Winona are located in Wabasha Hall 220 and they can be reached at 457-5330.   The RCTC Counseling Center is located in SS 133 and can be reached at 285-7260.

•   For help with writing and the development of papers on the WSU-Rochester campus, contact the UCR Learning Center in AT306 or call 285-7182. 

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