University of Wisconsin Stout | Wisconsin's Polytechnic University
Check out our 360 degree tour of the residence halls below.
Check out our 360 degree tour of the residence halls below.
The residence halls at UW-Stout provide a variety of convenient living environments to meet the diverse needs of students.
To learn more about any of these environments click on the corresponding icons below.
University Housing offers two different types of living experiences for our students, First Year Experience and The Next Experience.
The First Year Experience 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 Year Experience is designed to assist sophomore and upper-class students with their transitions, develop mature relationships and enhance their critical thinking and problem solving skills.
University Housing provides opportunities for students to live in special communities designed to enhance their living experience.
Some floors can have multiple designations/living learning communities.
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Alcohol Free floors provide a living experience that minimizes the possible negative effects of alcohol. All residents of the community agree not to consume, possess or be under the influence of alcohol while on the floor.
To support this community staff will organize Smart+Healthy events. In addition, residents found in violation of this policy will be moved to another floor.
Alcohol Free floors can be found in the following buildings: Froggatt-2nd, Kranzusch-3rd, Oetting-2nd & 4th, Milnes-4th and South-2nd & 4th A Cubes.
Quiet Study floors provide a community where all residents desire to have an overall quieter atmosphere.
Residents and guests are expected to observe Quiet Hours beginning at 8:00pm on weeknights, rather than 10:00pm. In addition, throughout the year staff will host study nights and provide information on academic success.
Quiet Study floors can be found in the following buildings: Froggatt-2nd, Kranzusch-3rd, Oetting-4th, Keith-4th, Milnes-4th, Chinnock-4th and South-4th A Cube.
Wellness floors provide a focus on physical and nutritional wellness and throughout the year staff will organize wellness events and intramural teams.
Wellness floors can be found in the following buildings: Froggatt-1st, Curran-1st, Kranzusch-1st, Oetting-4th, Keith-2nd, Milnes-4th and South-2nd A, B, C Cubes & 4th A Cube.
Transfer floors provide a community for residents to live with other Transfer students where staff can focus their efforts on the unique needs of students that have experienced another institution.
To support this community, staff will help ease studentâ€,s transition to UW-Stout by providing opportunities to further their knowledge of and connections to campus.
Transfer floors can be found in the following buildings: 1st Hansen & 1st Oetting.
Mixed Gender floors have both male and female students living on the floor. Roommates are the same gender. Separate restrooms are provided for each gender.
Mixed Gender floors can be found in the following buildings: Fleming-Hovlid (All Floors), Tainter-2nd & 3rd, and Wigen (All Floors).
Living Learning Communities (LLCs) are designed to connect the classroom with your residence hall living experiences. Students in these communities will take classes together.
Several other students living on the floor may or may not be associated with the living learning community. Yet, all residents are expected to be respectful and tolerant. All floor residents are welcome to attend any of the learning events and activities that are provided within the building.
Living Learning Communities
Is for art majors who want to develop skills and be inspired by fellow artists.
A cohort of 24 students living on 3rd Milnes & 3rd Chinnock (a floor of 60 students) creates this living learning community that participates in linked classes (Fall: Freshmen English Composition, Two-Dimensional Design and Survey of Art courses & Spring: Freshmen Reading & Related Writing and Drawing II).
Is for Manufacturing Engineering or Plastics Engineering majors who want to develop skills and make connections with fellow engineers.
A cohort of 24 students living on 3rd Tustison & 3rd Oetting (a floor of 60 students) creates this living learning community that participates in linked classes in the fall (Introduction to Engineering Materials & College Chemistry).
Is for students who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, any other sexual orientation or gender identity/expression and their friends and allies!
A cohort of 20 participants, paired as roommates, are assigned within Hansen-Keith, a building of 200 residents. These roommate pairs are invited to various activities and share a course per semester (Fall: Introductory Sociology & Spring: World Geography).
Is an invited community that is focused on providing Honors Program students with an academic experience within a social atmosphere.
A cohort of 105 participants living on 3rd Antrim, 3rd Froggatt, 4th Antrim, & 4th Froggatt (two floors of 120 students) creates this living learning community. Participates work toward completing the requirements of the Honors Program throughout their first year.
Is for Applied Science majors can create connections with the Applied Science program, UW-Stout, City of Menomonie and each other.
A cohort of 24 students living on 4th Curran & 4th Kranzusch (a floor of 60 students) creates this living learning community that participates in one class in the fall (Applied Science Profession I).
Is for students who identify as African American, American Indian, Latino/a and/or Asian and would like support and encouragement needed for a successful transition to college.
A cohort of 24 participants living on 3rd South, A & B Cubes (a floor of 60 students) creates this living learning community that will start classes two weeks prior to the fall semester (General Psychology & Fundamentals of Speech).
Is an invited community focused on four different student achievement categories: career, service, leadership, and success.
A cohort of 30-40 participants living on 4th South, B & C Cubes (a floor of 60 students) creates this living learning community that will be connected through linked courses which vary depending on the category the student elects.
Is for students interested in learning about and experiencing other cultures can connect with others and share their experiences. This community is ideal for students planning to study abroad, international and exchange students, students studying foreign languages and for any student simply interested in world affairs.
A cohort of 24 students living on 3rd Hansen & 3rd Keith (a floor of 60 students) creates this living learning community that participates in one class in the fall (Geography).