Residence Halls

Convenience and affordability.
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A home away from home.

Our residence halls provide students a space to academically focus and socially thrive. All residents are members in one of two core communities; the First-Year Experience (FYE) or The Next Experience (TNE)

First-Year Experience The Next Experience
  • Students in first-year of college
  • Engage with campus
  • Create personal connections
  • Find new friends
  • Build good academic habits
  • Students in second-year and beyond
  • Career development
  • Internship/Co-op support
  • Deepen connections
  • Strengthen independence
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73% of students say living on-campus has contributed to their sense of belonging to UW-Stout.


AFM Hall

AFM

Antrim | Froggatt | McCalmont is an FYE and TNE hall with multiple living options.
Check out AFM
CKTO Hall

CKTO

Curran | Kranzusch | Tustison | Oetting is an FYE hall with single gender communities.
Check out CKTO
Fleming Hovlid Hall

Fleming | Hovlid

Fleming | Hovlid is a TNE hall on North Campus with co-ed-by-room options.
Check out F|H
HKMC Hall

HKMC

Hansen | Keith | Milnes | Chinnock is an FYE hall with single gender communities.
Check out HKMC
JTC Hall

JTC

Jeter | Tainter | Callahan is a TNE hall on North Campus with co-ed-by-room options.
Check out JTC
North Hall

North Hall

North Hall is offline for the 2018-2019 academic year for renovations.
Check out North
Red Cedar Hall

Red Cedar Hall

Red Cedar Hall is a TNE suite style building on North Campus for juniors and above.
Check out Red Cedar
South Hall

South Hall

South Hall is an FYE hall with single gender communities.
Check out South
Wigen Hall

Wigen Hall

Wigen Hall is a TNE hall on North Campus with co-ed-by-room options.
Check out Wigen