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Stout University Foundation
Louis Smith Tainter House
320 South Broadway Street

Phone: 715/232-1151
Toll free: 866/716-6685
Fax: 715/232-5015
Email: suf@uwstout.edu

Stop in any time from 8:00am to 4:30pm Monday through Friday.

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About the Stout University Foundation

About Us

Maintaining Stout's Legacy

Fifty years ago, fall of 1962, the founding board of directors of the Stout University Foundation awarded two $100-scholarships after a successful fundraising campaign selling commemorative buttons during homecoming week.

Thanks to our many donors, advisors and partners we are able to award nearly $600,000 annually in scholarship support to our current students.


Foundation Staff Student Staff History Mission Board of Directors

Executive Board

Tom_Kornegor Tom Kornegor
Kim-Polzin-web_1 Kim Polzin
 Vice President
Linda-Secretary Linda Arzoumanian
Dale Granchalek Dale Granchalek

Board Members

Linda Arzoumanian 
Phil Ashfield 
Carolyn Barnhart 
Bob Barwa
Dale Bohnert
Bill Burmesch 
Sandy Chopin 
Gregory Else 
Dale Granchalek
Colleen Hartmon-Bollom 
Bill Hendricksen 
Steve Hoisington
Marcia Jante  
Tom Kornegor
Lauren Martey

Kelly Matter 
Chancellor Bob Meyer 
James Naylor 
Gary Olmstead 
Mark Parsons 
Kim Polzin
Marilyn Porter
Roger Richardson 
Joseph Rossmeier 
Larry Schoenberger 
Tim Seichter
Ronald Swanson 
Pamela Tompos
Mary Van Hout 
Robert Ward 
Janet Yardley

Record amount in scholarships awarded by Foundation. Click here to read more

Record amount in scholarships awarded by Foundation

Stout University Foundation awarded a record amount in scholarships to students during its annual ceremony at the Memorial Student Center.

More than $760,000 was awarded to 380 students at the Sept. 15 reception and program.


Basketball court dedication honors ex-coach Mintz

Basketball court dedication honors ex-coach Mintz

Former UW-Stout men’s basketball coach Dwain “Dewey” Mintz made a lifetime impact on his players and members of his coaching staff.


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