The residence halls provide a variety of convenient living environments to meet your diverse needs including alcohol-free, quiet-study, honors, year-round housing, upper class student and accessibility options. All residence halls are tobacco-free. South Campus residence halls house mostly freshmen and are all part of the First Year Experience (FYE) program. All FYE halls are co-ed (gender separated by floor or cube) with a Resident Advisor on each floor. Residence halls offer a wide variety of facilities and services for your convenience. Rooms come with almost everything you need: your loft is set up and assembled, a desk, and chair, bookshelf, dresser and a microwave/refrigerator combination. Your transition from home to school will be easy. Laundry and fully-equipped kitchen facilities for your use are available 24 hours. Residence hall life is one of the most formative experiences students have in college and UW-Stout does all it can to make it a positive and enjoyable experience. To view 360 views of the lobby, rooms, lounges, and kitchens, click here: http://www.uwstout.edu/housing/oncampus/360.cfm.
Merle M. Price Commons is one of the dining options for south campus students. It also features a sunken lounge, meeting rooms including the "glass lounge" and a mini-mart. Student mailboxes and offices for University Housing and the Stout One Campus Card (Student ID) are found here as well.
Our athletics and recreation facilities include outdoor venues for baseball, softball, football, rugby, tennis and a high and low ropes course.
Millennium Hall is home to the Admissions Office. It also serves at the telecommunications hub of the campus. Ask 5000 (the computer helpdesk), Learning Technology Services and UW-Stout's distance education classrooms are located here as well.
In addition to top-level administrative offices, the Administration Building is home to Career Services, including the cooperative education office, and Student Business Services where you can pay your tuition and fees.
Historic Bowman Hall's clock-tower serves as a landmark to both the campus and community. Students will find helpful offices and services including the Dean of Students; Academic Advising; International Education; the Counseling Center; Multicultural Student Services; Financial Aid; Student Support Services (ASPIRE) and Registration and Records offices. Classrooms for general education courses offer breathtaking views of campus, Menonomie and Lake Menomin.
Harvey Hall is headquarters for the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, including offices and classroom space for liberal studies. Harvey is a popular building for many general education courses. It also houses the Writing Center providing free writing assistance for students and is home to the University Forensics program. A 600-seat beautifully-restored auditorium is home to Stout's theatre company. The Educational Talent Search (a TriO program) and our ESL (English as a Second Language) Institute also has offices in this building.
Adjacent to Fyklund Hall is the Communication Technologies Building, home to the graphic communication management laboratories, Careeer, Technical Education and Training offices and the Army ROTC office.
In Fryklund Hall you'll find laboratories for engineering, materials processing, telecommunications, apparel and electronics. It's always exciting to see what students are creating here working with our many partners in business and industry such as Kohls, Hormel, Boston Scientific, etc.
The Vocational Rehabilitation building houses UW-Stout's continuing education and credit outreach offices (Stout On-line); classrooms; research and laboratory facilities for students studying in human service and counseling majors, as well as facilities for direct services for people with disabilities.
Memorial Student Center is UW-Stout's "living room." Renovated in 2011, the student center offers an abundance of seating and study areas. You'll also find pool tables, nine dining options, the Student Involvement Center, the University Bookstore, an incredible outdoor amphitheater, and so much more. You'll feel the energy of Stout's student body around you while you're in the building.
The Robert S. Swanson Learning Center is home to the University Library, a popular place for students to study. Groups can work on projects in well-equipped sound-proof rooms with technology at their fingertips. You'll pick up your free textbooks here at the Instructional Resources Service. Fourth floor is home to the University Honors Program and Ethics Center, while the second floor is home to the Graduate School. In addition to books, textbooks and educational materials, students can check out DVD players, and video or still digital cameras among other items.
Heritage Hall is home to education, health and human sciences. Hotel, Restaurant & Tourism and Dietetics students serve the campus and public in our Corner III Cafe and our Rendezvous' room (a fine dining campus restaurant). The Niche is a boutique managed by Retail Merchandising and Management students who buy, price, advertise and sell the merchandise. A food-testing laboratory allows commercial testing of foods and other products by our Dietetics and Food Systems and Technology students. Heritage is also home to one of our two Early Childhood education labs.
The Child and Family Study Center is a laboratory school and observation site for Early Childhood Education and related majors.
Jarvis Hall Science Wing is the newest academic building on campus and houses cutting edge laboratories and classrooms for science, technology, engineering and mathematics classes (including a green house, "clean room" and a cadaver lab) complemented by spacious study areas. In addition the Math Teaching and Learning Center is here offering you free tutoring.
Jarvis Hall Technology Wing houses laboratories and classrooms for construction and plastics engineering classes. Walking through both wings, you'll get a glimpse into the exciting opportunities that await you! The Technology Wing also houses the College of Management administrative offices.Este video está disponible en español
Micheels Hall links Jarvis Hall and the Applied Arts Building. It houses an art gallery, a general access computer lab and other educational facilities.
Applied Arts building is home to all things art. The Furlong Gallery exhibits artists from all over the world. Art laboratories are located on all three floors of the Applied Arts building. Art students exhibit their work in a gallery on the second floor. The art displayed throughout the building is truly a testament to the talent found in UW-Stout's School of Art and Design. A lecture hall on second floor can seat large audiences for special speakers and doubles as a movie theatre for Blue Devil Productions. Interested in playing an instrument or singing? Applied Arts is also home to our bands and vocal groups.
The Sports and Fitness Center is home to physical education classrooms and facilities, a swimming pool, Johnson Fieldhouse and a 200-meter indoor track. It is also home to three levels of sports involvement available to students: intramurals, club sports, and our NCAA Division III varsity teams. The indoor climbing walls, Stout Adventures and University Recreation offer students many fun activities outside the classroom. Other athletics and recreation facilities include the fitness center, outdoor venues for baseball, softball, football, rugby, tennis and a high and low-ropes course. Students attend all athletic activities free-of-charge while enrolled.
Student Health Services is the primary health care facility for students. A full range of health care services are available by appointment and on an urgent care basis to all registered students. Our providers work closely with the area's medical centers, i.e. Mayo Clinic Health Systems in Menomonie and Eau Claire when needed.
North Campus residence halls are for upper class students. All North Campus halls are co-ed and include a loft and microfridge.
The Louis Smith Tainter House is home to the Stout University Foundation and Stout Alumni Association. This beautiful historic building was originally a private home and later a women's residence hall. Stop in for a visit!
North Point dining is where all upper class students living on north campus eat. It is also the site of the 24/7 Fitness center. Can't sleep at 2:00 am, you can work out! It also features a convenience store and a lovely patio with a two way (interior/exterior) fireplace.
Red Cedar Hall is a suite-style building, with each suite containing either 3 or 4 single bedrooms, a living area, kitchenette, and bathroom facilities (separate shower room, toilet room, and two sinks). The building has 2 elevators and is air conditioned. Each floor has a laundry room, floor lounge/kitchen, and a recycling room.