Our Campus

UW-Stout offers over 45 undergraduate and 20 graduate majors, 60 minors, and 30 certificates and certifications.
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UW-Stout is Wisconsin’s Polytechnic University

Polytechnic schools are career-focused, combining applied learning and liberal arts. UW-Stout emphasizes “real-world,” hands-on learning experiences that result in a 98.8% placement rate (employed or continuing education) for our graduates.

We have twice as many labs as classrooms, required co-ops and internships for most programs and extensive collaborative projects with industry and our community.

Our Commitment

UW-Stout aims to cultivate an environment that fosters and promotes diversity, equity, inclusion, and accountability at every level of university life. We value diversity intrinsically and for the benefits it brings to our community. We strive to create learning environments in which students, faculty, and staff of all backgrounds can thrive and fulfill their academic, personal, and professional potential in an increasingly diverse global environment.

We’re also a leader in sustainability and energy efficiency with a STARS Silver Award ranking. We encourage and participate in extensive recycling, composting and water conservation programs, campus garden, campus building energy use dashboards, free bus transportation, CarShare program and other initiatives.

In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act, campus safety information and crime statistics can be found online at: Clery Information

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“At Stout, employees matter. From the excellent array of professional development opportunities to the transparent decision-making process, to university-wide engagement sessions, it’s easy to feel valued as an employee at UW-Stout."

Sandi Scott, Dean of Students
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Student Life

All Student Life News

Rehabilitation counseling graduate ‘epitomizes service in her role,’ receives national award

Stillion’s holistic approach is at the center of her client care

First student-designed mural is ‘part of the legacy, history of art at the university’

Project unveiled June 2 praised by chancellor, mayor and appreciated by painters in new Graffiti and Street Art course

University Veterans Club members place flags at five local cemeteries

In honor of Memorial Day, students recognize sacrifices of those who served before them