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Close to a number of transfer colleges in both Minnesota and Wisconsin, the Red Wing campus is perched above the Mississippi River. Arts and culture flourish in this small town, which is home to The Sheldon Theater, the Anderson Center for Interdisciplinary Studies and Hobgoblin Music Loft. The town is also noted as the home of Red Wing Shoes and Red Wing Pottery. You can fish and boat on the big river, ski at nearby resorts, bike on the Cannon Valley Trail, enjoy area trout streams, watch for eagles on our dramatic bluffs, or sip a latte in our historic red brick downtown. The Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul are an easy 50 minute drive away.
The Red Wing campus is located about 3 miles south of downtown at the corner of Highway 58 and Pioneer Trail (directions). There are classroom spaces, large musical instrument repair and nursing simulation labs, a bookstore, Learning Resource Center and the Student Commons. Food services, including breakfast, lunch specials, and fresh salads, are available on school days until 1:30 pm.
MSC Southeast does not offer dormitory housing. Students from out of town must rely on privately owned rental housing. We recommend that incoming students arrange for housing well in advance of the start of classes.
The college keeps a running list of available housing in the area, including students who are looking for roommates. Stop by the front desk or call to request a copy (651-385-6300). The college does not assume any liability arising from the relationship between landlords, tenants, and roommates.
The Red Wing Republican Eagle is the local newspaper and lists available housing in the area each week. Area rentals are also listed online at www.apartmentshq.com/
The college does not offer child care on campus. Check the links below to find a child care provider in your area.
If you need assistance in paying for child care, a Minnesota Child Care Grant may be available. Please review the grant information on our Financial Aid/Grants page, or contact the Financial Aid office for more details.
While most students rely on cars or bikes to get around, the Red Wing campus is also served by established bus service routes through Hiawathaland Transit. Check their website for information about rates and to download a service/route map. Tokens and monthly passes are available for sale at Walmart and Red Wing City Hall.
Many students choose to work while in college. There are numerous restaurants and coffee shops in Red Wing, as well as factories and larger companies such as Red Wing Shoes, Bic/Norwood and Capital Safety. Check our Career Services Job Postings page for openings.
Additional resources for finding jobs include:
Work Study: Eligible students may have the opportunity to participate in work study programs on campus. These are part-time jobs that may relate to the student's field of study. There are both state and federally funded programs that allow students to work 5 to 20 hours a week. Be sure to fill out the FAFSA and contact the Financial Aid office if you are interested.
Membership in the Red Wing YMCA is free for currently enrolled students. For more information, see the Student Health and Wellness page or download a brochure (PDF).