You'll build friendships, develop leadership skills, feel more connected to campus & boost your resume all while exploring your interests.What will be your One?
With more than 160 student organizations to choose from, there is something for everyone. From spiritual organizations, to political groups, to special interest groups that let you share a passion or hobby, the opportunities are endless. It’s a great way to gain leadership skills, improve your resume and meet other like-minded individuals.
Giving back to the community is important and Stout has many ways to help you make a difference. Check out various short or long term volunteer opportunities, go by yourself or start a volunteer team with a few friends, or take part in experiential learning through one of your courses for credit. You can also connect with a group of students who are dedicated to service through a student organization. All of these options provide significant learning experiences for students through meaningful service activities that benefit the community.
There are a number of organizations that will enhance your academic experience. Getting more involved within your academics often leads to better relationships with classmates and faculty, invaluable networking opportunities and a wider perspective of issues and trends related to your major.
Striving for excellence on the field can be the perfect complement to your experience inside the classroom. Choose from competitive and non-competitive teams and clubs, personal fitness opportunities and outdoor recreation programs.
Student organizations that explore culture and identity play an integral role on campus by providing students an opportunity to learn and grow through interaction with one another. Organizations are open and welcoming to ALL students!
The LGBTQIA+ Program Office offers social and educational programming for LGBTQIA+ students and their allies. Participate in the peer mentor program, Open Door discussion, or safe space training. Join GSA, Stout’s official LGBTQIA+ student org. Or simply connect with other students at the Qube, the headquarters for LGBTQIA+ students and allies.
Explore organizations that are dedicated to supporting and learning about those who have served our country. Our UW-Stout community has populations of indvidiuals that are veterans, Military Science Club members, family members and friends of service members and those who are just interested in learning more. Become an active part of the Military and Veterans community to promote and sponsor activities within the university and local community.
On-campus jobs are a great way to build your professional skills, meet other students and find your home on campus. Not only do on-campus jobs provide convenient hours that work with your class schedule, but our student employees are critical to the success of UW-Stout programs and offices.
Explore the performing arts on our campus through theatre, band, choir and dance. These groups provide a creative outlet to students that have enjoyed and developed skills in performing arts and wish to further refine and explore their artistic talents. The band choir and theatre programs are part of academic offerings at Stout, taught by full-time faculty members. The performing arts draw people together and allow them to relate in meaningful and enduring ways.
With a variety of Christian and Non-Christian denominations, our spiritual related student organizations are active participants of the UW-Stout community. Browse our list of student organizations and campus ministries below.