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Student Survival Guide
This article is part of the

Student Survival Guide Series

This page is designed to give students more information on how to perform important tasks on a PC that will be crucial to his or her time here at WSU.

Where can I find more information about the E-Warrior Digital Life and Learning Program?

One very important place to find helpful information is the Resources Tab on the Winona State web site.

Helpful Setup Information


Other Important Information

Mobile Device Agreements

Operating Systems

Personal Information

  • Student Safe Computing
  • I am a new student at WSU and was wondering how to get my D2L username and password, as well as my WSU email.
    • If you give our Phone Support line a call at 507-457-5240 (option 1) we can get you your network username and password. That set of credentials will get you onto our Network and let you into both D2L and WSU Email.

WSU eMail

Cloud File Storage

Microsoft OneDrive is cloud storage space provided to WSU students through Microsoft Office 365. You have 1 Terabyte (yes, that’s right!) of space to store your documents, pictures, etc.

Where can I find information about Microsoft Office 365 Services?


Copyright Infringement

How do I use the printers on campus?

Where do I go if I have a technical question?

  • You can get technical support in Somsen 207 or Library 105

How can I make sure my computer data is safe?

External CD/DVD Optical Drive

Purchasing an external optical drive

Where can I find more information about the WSU network?

Student Survival Guides