Winona State University

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Winona State University

Winona State University (WSU) located in the historical heart of Winona, Minnesota, United States. It is a public university. In 1858, Winona State University was founded as First State Normal School of Minnesota Initially but later modified as Winona State University. It is the oldest member of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities System. It is the first university which is established in West of the Mississippi River.

The Average annual enrollment of WSU is approximately nine thousand undergraduate and graduate students. WSU offers more than 80 programs in its main campus, and collegiate programs on satellite campuses at Winona State University-Rochester and the Winona, West Campus.

Winona Accompaniment University was founded as the First State Normal School, an academy accurately focused for educating and bearing new elementary academy teachers. In the 1850s Minnesota was on the American frontier and lacked accomplished teachers. Winona face Dr. John Ford lobbied the Minnesota Legislature to authorize accustomed schools and rallied added than $5,000 in bounded donations to authorize the states aboriginal such institution. It was the first tax-funded academy which was in west of the Mississippi River.

Initially the WSU was named as First State Normal School of Minnesota in 1858, later named as Winona Normal School in 1873, later in 1921 it is renamed as Winona State Teachers College and then in 1957, as Winona State College and finally in 1975 it is renamed as Winona State University. The present president of WSU is Scott R. Olson.

WSU also encourages students for athletics and there are so many athletes from it. WSU is a member of the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference for most sports, and for the womens gymnastics , Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference is the member. There are some notable alumni from WSU like Verner Suomi (father of satellite meteorology). Tim Penny (member of U.S. Congress), Austin Aries (professional wrestler).