From our Malcolm Baldrige National Quality award to our polytechnic designation, UW-Stout is a leader in educational innovation.
The Service Center, located on the first floor of the MSC, is your source for printing, copying, binding, mail, faxing, and more! More information: http://vimeo.com/59599822
The Qube is UW-Stout's headquarters for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender & Questioning (LGBTQ) students and allies. Visit the great support staff, resource library and lounge.
Checking in is easy! We'd like to give you a free color print for doing it. Show this to an employee at check-out.
GET ONE COLOR PRINT FREE WITH YOUR PURCHASE OF FIVE COLOR PRINTS!
The Furlong Gallery was dedicated to John Furlong in recognition of his friendship and service to the UW-Stout Art Department. The gallery mainly hosts exhibitions from area artists and students.
We're open during the follow times... Sun-Thu (7:30 a.m. - 1 a.m.) Friday (7:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.) and Saturday's (11:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.)-- We need to sleep sometime, right?
Loyal Blue Devil fan? We like that! Treat yourself to a hot dog at the concessions stand. Show this to the cashier at check-out-- GO DEVILS!
Service Center does copying, printing, faxing, lamination, balloons, buttons and banner printing. The staff is super helpful, stop in and talk to them.
Jeter-Tainter-Callhan is set along the beautiful shoreline of Lake Menomin. One of UW-Stout's oldest dormitories, it is said to be haunted if you believe those sort of things!
Opened in 2010, the North Point Dining Center is UW-Stout's premiere dining facility. Pasta Stop, Southwest Sizzle, Stir n' Wok-- all your favorites are here! Grub on!
Get your sweat on in this state of the art fitness center. NPFC is open 24 hours a day, 365 days per year.
North Point North Express PM is your one-stop shop for everything snacks! Roller dogs, pizza and ramen. Everything you want for between meal and late night snacks plus popular grocery items.
Named for Verne C. Fryklund, president of Stout from 1945 to 1961, Fryklund Hall houses labs for computer integrated manufacturing, materials processing, telecommunications and electronics.
The Louis Smith Tainter House was once a women's dormitory for Stout. The building has now become home for the Stout University Foundation Inc. and the Stout Alumni Association.
South Hall's Director is Justin Fultz. If you're a resident and have any questions or need some form of help, he's your guy! (715-232-3191) or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Furlong Art Gallery can be found here in addition to general access computer lab and other educational facilities. Micheels also acts as a link between Jarvis and the Applied Arts Building.
The Applied Arts Building opened in 1972 and houses the art and design department as well as classroom and laboratory space. Many students pull all-nighters here. Dont' forget your coffee!
Ahh yes, Jarvis Hall-Science Wing. Opened in 2009, this building is home to laboratories and classrooms for the College of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.