Inclusive Excellence Syllabus Statement
Faculty members are encouraged to include the following in their course syllabi.
Commitment to Inclusive Excellence
WSU recognizes that our individual differences can deepen our understanding of one another and the world around us, rather than divide us.
In this class, people of all ethnicities, genders and gender identities, 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 for 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.
If you or a friend has been a victim of sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, or stalking, you can talk to a trained, confidential advocate by calling 507.457.5610.
Reach out to the OASIS Advocacy Center for more information about your rights and resources.
- Equity and Inclusive Excellence Office, Kryzsko Commons Room 230, 457.5595
- KEAP Center, Kryzsko Commons Room 162, 457.2286
- Access Services (Services for Students with Disabilities), Maxwell 314, 457.5878
- WSU Confidential Advocate | Gildemeister 101, 507.457.2965, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Affirmative Action and Title IX, Lori Mikl, Somsen 202, 457.2766, email@example.com
- Warrior Success Center, Maxwell 314, 457.5878
- Advising Services, Maxwell 314, 457.5878
- Tutoring Services, Krueger Library 220, 457.5680
- Writing Center, Minné Hall 348, 457.5505
- TRIO Student Support Services, Krueger Library 219, 457.5465
- Counseling and Wellness Services, Integrated Wellness Complex 222, 457.5330
- Rochester Student & Campus Services, SS 128, 285.7100, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Warrior Cupboard, Integrated Wellness Complex 130, Kate Noelke, 507.457.2929
Student Support Resources
- WSU Confidential Advocate: 507.457.2956
- Advocacy Center of Winona Crisis Line: 507.452.4453
- WSU Health, Counseling, and Wellness Services: 507.457.5160
Academic Student Resources
- On the Rochester campus, the UCR Learning Center provides help with both the development and the writing of papers.
- On the Winona campus, for help with understanding the concepts of a particular class or understanding the requirements of an assignment, Tutoring Services offers three types of tutoring: drop-in appointments, 1-on-1 tutoring, and group sessions. You can visit them in Krueger Library 220 or schedule a session online
- For help specifically with writing and the development of papers, the English department has a Writing Center that is 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.