The Graduate School Experience continued

Jami McAuleyJami McAuley

"My coursework really shaped my knowledge on many of the topics necessary to be successful on my own. My field experiences, practicum and internship really forced me to practice some of the skills I learned about in the program and to be a better counselor."
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Shea StoriShea Stori

"Class flexibility, small class sizes, a broad scope of employment opportunities, and the ability to build lasting professor-student and peer relationships are a few of the characteristics I found appealing and solidified my continued education at Stout. "

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Anthony AveniAnthony Aveni

"Anyone who is considering embarking on a graduate program at Stout should strongly consider visiting the school and taking a tour. They will hear the bells ringing in Bowman Hall, feel the tradition of learning at Stout and hopefully, embrace the spirit of James Huff Stout's mission in founding the school to strengthen their own resolve to succeed."
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Christina WassonChristina Wasson

"I didn't want to go to a college where you learn everything by reading a textbook. I consider getting my Master's degree the beginn

ing of my career and professional life; UW-Stout offered the experienced staff, continuous and numerous hands-on experiences, and overall comprehensive education that I felt was needed to get my career off to the right start."
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John WassonJohn Wasson

"The campus always looks nice and inviting, plus it is small so you do not feel lost when walking around."

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