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At UW-Stout, we believe that diversity strengthens our community and that our student identities are multifaceted and intersectional.

Our campus strives to foster a social justice model in which we actively engage with diversity and see diversity as critical to our university identity. At UW-Stout, you are valued and we want to hear your voice.

Our students’ diverse identities include, but are not limited to:

  • Ethnic/racial identities
  • Sexual and gender minorities
  • Socio-economic status
  • First-generation college student status
  • Students with disabilities.
I'm First Generation: Natalie Huertas
Student working with a tutor in the Writing Center.

ASPIRE Student Support Services

From tutoring to advising, take advantage of multiple academic resources.
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Undergraduate Student Research Events

Disability Services

Explore means of access options and services.
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Students at the Qube's pide march.

LGBTQIA+ Services

Be in, be out, or belong with our services, programs, and community.
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Students with laptops having a conversation.

McNair Scholars Program

Take your education to the next level with help from McNair.
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Students sitting and chatting in front of Harvey Hall.

Multicultural Student Services

Supporting American minortity students from move-in day to graduation.
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Bowman Hall (the clocktower) on a sunny day.

University Diversity Initiatives

See what our university is doing to support an inclusive campus culture.
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43.1% first-generation students in 2015

22.8% limited income students in 2015

38% increase in minority student graduation