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Get Your Hands on Your Future
Summer course search is available on Access Stout.
For help finding Summer classes, please use our Class Search Walkthrough.
Registration for Summer 2015 begins on March 11th 2015. Open registration for everyone begins March 14th 2015.
Students can now view course schedules for Summer 2015.
To view your enrollment date or search for courses follow these helpful step-by-step guides.
Effective summer 2012 students will be charged a fee of 15 dollars for
dropping any class after the initial online no penalty drop period. Follow this step by step guide to locate deadlines for dropping courses online
A Summer Session Registration Form must be filled out online and submitted.
Once the Summer Session Registration form has been received and processed, a letter will be sent out with further instructions for completing the Fee Payment Agreement, which is required before registration can begin.
Note: New students that wish to continue as degree seeking students in the fall must go online to https://apply.wisconsin.edu and complete the UW System application for admission.
High school special (non-degree) students must have their application for admission signed by one parent or guardian and a high school guidance counselor or principal. Transcript and fee are not required.
If a course you are registering for requires a prerequisite you completed at an institution other than UW-Stout, then you must forward an official transcript to UW-Stout Admissions Office to confirm completion of the prerequisite.
A Stout OneCard (student identification card) is issued to each student
at no charge and signifies status as an active member of the UW-Stout
community. It also serves as an official student identification card.
To obtain a Stout OneCard, the student must present a valid government issued photo ID card when they report to 160 Price Commons to have a photo taken. The Stout OneCard will be sent directly to the student's home address in a UW-Stout branded business size envelope. Once the card is received, it must be activated. Students can easily activate their Stout OneCard online.
During activation, preferences are selected for receiving financial refunds from the university. In addition, students are offered a free MasterCard debit/checking account (not a credit card, there must be funds available for purchases) called the "OneAccount." The OneAccount may serve as a primary bank account allowing students to use their campus ID card to complete transactions anytime, anywhere a MasterCard is accepted.
Funds can be deposited into a Flexline account, which is an on-campus debit account that can be used to purchase meals, school supplies, clothing, tickets, postage, photo copies, resume printing, health services, parking permits, beverages and snacks. These funds remain active and usable while a student is actively enrolled. Flexline funds are for use on-campus only and cannot be used anywhere outside of the university.
Office hours are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
For more information about the Stout OneCard, the OneAccount, or the Flexline account call 715/232-2887 and choose option 2.
and other required resources for your classes are available for loan at
this service. Instructional Resources Service (IRS) is located on the
west side, second floor, of the Library Learning Center. Resources are
also available for purchase.
Students can pick up books after they have returned their current texts (we need them back). More information regarding Textbook Rental can be found on the Instructional Resource Services/Textbooks website that is maintained by the library.
If you have any questions or need assistance, feel free to stop in or call 715/232-2492.
The Child and Family Study Center offers programming for children ages six weeks through six years.
The Infant / Toddler program is designed for children ages six weeks through three years, and the Pre-school Program is designed for children ages three through age six. Children are enrolled in the age appropriate classes as space and child / teacher ratios allow.
The Child and Family Study Center will be open from June to August, and has several available programs. The options are as follows:
Summer parking permits are available through the Parking Services
office. Students can stop in the Parking Office to purchase the permit.
If they are unable to stop in, call Parking Services and someone in that
office can take payment over the phone and mail the permit.
For more information, visit the Summer Parking web page.
Additional Parking questions can be made to:
UW-Stout Parking Services
110 University Services Building
Menomonie, WI 54751
(715) 232-1142 (fax)