Living Options

The residence halls at UW-Stout provide a variety of convenient living environments to meet the diverse needs of students. These include alcohol-free, quiet-study, wellness, mixed gender, living learning communities, year-round-housing and accessibility options.

Tobacco usage is not permitted in any residence hall or anywhere on the UW-Stout campus.

Halls open on a given day in September and close at the end of the spring semester in May. Students are able to stay anytime between opening and closing.

The halls accommodate students of all ages from around the world who select the residence halls as their place to live.

Building Information

University Housing offers two different types of living experiences for our students, First Year Experience and The Next Experience.


First Year Experience (FYE) is designed to get our newest residents connected to the University, ease their transition into the college experience, and provide opportunities for social and academic development.

The Next Experience (TNE) is designed to assist sophomore and upper-class students with their transitions, develop mature relationships and enhance their critical thinking and problem solving skills.

FYE Halls include:

HansenKeith copy MilnesChinnock
CurranKranzusch copy TustisonOetting
AntrimFroggatt copy SouthHall

TNE Halls include:

FlemingHovlid antrim-frogratt-mccalmont
North Hall RedCedar copy
WigenHall copy

Floor Designations | Living Learning Communities

University Housing provides opportunities for students to live in special communities designed to enhance their living experience.


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