University of Wisconsin Stout | Wisconsin's Polytechnic University
We inspire our students to think and work creatively. At UW-Stout, we are inspiring innovation.
Athletics receives NCAA grant for ethnic women’s internship
Students receive Samuel E. Wood Medallion, Leadership awards
Seeley receives Classified Employee Appreciation Award
Students Give Dining Strong Marks
Renovated student center receives international design award
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Find out more about the ASLS division through our annual All Division Meeting Presentation [PDF]
Maintaining an ethical culture which includes honesty, accountability, respect and trust is important to us:
UW-Stout Ethics Statement [PDF]
Our philosophy about communication is based on maintaining and encouraging collaboration between all members of the ASLS division. Read more about it:
ASLS Communication Plan [PDF]
For the fourth consecutive year, Stout student-athletes earned the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Conference (WIAC) All-Academic Award by compiling a grade point average (GPA) equal to, or greater than, the GPA of the overall student body. In the process, 245 UW-Stout student-athletes achieved a 3.0 GPA or better and were named to the Scholastic Honor Roll. Individuals named to the Scholastic Honor Roll received a certificate, while UW-Stout collected a plaque for the All-Academic Award.
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Inspirational Tim Nelson
University Housing was named this year’s ACUHO-I/EBI Award recipient.
As this year’s award winner, UW-Stout receives an ACUHO-I/EBI Complete Assessment Package for 2012-2013. In addition, EBI will present Housing personnel a plaque at the ACUHO-I Annual Conference and feature University Housing in an article in the Talking Stick publication.
EBI commends the UW-Stout's commitment to continuous improvement and applaud Housing's innovative use of the ACUHO-I/EBI assessments to improve student satisfaction and learning outcomes in their residence halls and promote data driven decision making in the continuous improvement process.