Facilities Services maintains and improves more than 35 buildings, the oldest going back to 1916, on the Winona State University campus. We have led the initiative to plant at least one of all Minnesota tree species on campus and are caretakers of 95 campus gardens.
We’re proud of our efforts to meet the needs of this vibrant campus. We manage everything from a motor pool of 15 state vehicles to thousands of pieces of mail to generation and distribution of more than 126,506 million BTUs of energy.
Facilities Services also assists the general public with reservation of campus rooms and facilities.
We would like to recognize and acknowledge that Winona State University is situated on the ancestral lands of the Dakota people. We acknowledge and honor the Dakota Nations and the sacred land of all indigenous peoples.
Winona State University is always working to create a comfortable learning environment.
Leading Energy Savings and Sustainability (LESS) is a project that will have major impact on energy use across campus and result in significant cost savings as well.
The Center for Interdisciplinary Collaboration, Engagement and Learning (CICEL) project will replace Gildemeister and Watkins Halls with a new building that will provide more useful academic spaces that bring students and faculty from different disciplines together for creative collaboration.
Visit our Current Projects page to learn more about the improvements being made to campus.