University of Wisconsin @ Stout [DELETE]

United States, Wisconsin

The University of Wisconsin Stott is a public university in Menomonie, Wisconsin. The school was founded in 1891 and named in honor of its founder, lumber magnate James Huff Stout. The university offers 50 undergraduate majors, 26 graduate majors, and 53 minors. The Graduate School supervises the graduate education of the university. Wisconsin-Stout offers three-degree programs, a master's degree in design, and education associate degree in school psychology and vocational and technical education, and a doctor of education in vocational and technical education. UW-Stout is a community committed to the process, whose aim is to cultivate an environment fostering and promoting diversity, equality, inclusion, and accountability at every level of university life. The college endeavors to make learning situations in which students, workforce, and staff of everything foundations can flourish and satisfy their scholarly, individual, and expert potential in an undeniably

Campus Life

UW–Stout is made up of two parts which incorporate the main campus and north campus, which is mostly residence halls and dining and health facilities. The campus is 124 acres with 25 major academic and administrative buildings, 10 residence halls, and 245 laboratories. The university is organized into three colleges includes the College of Arts, Communication, Humanities, and Social Sciences, which houses the School of Art and Design, the College of Education, Hospitality, Health, and Human Sciences, which houses the School of Education and the School of Hospitality Leadership, and the College of Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Management, which houses the Robert F. Cervenka School of Engineering. Moreover, more than 3,000 students live on campus. All freshmen and sophomores are required to live on campus for their first two academic years. The housing includes traditional dorms and modern suite-style rooms. There are ten residence halls.

Noted Alumni

Some of the prominent alumni of the University of Wisconsin-Stout is former NFL player Tony Beckham, former U.S. senator from South Dakota Vera C. Bushfield, ice hockey coach Alice Clausing, Karen Heagle an American Artist, National Guard General Scott D. Legwold, John Peterson an Olympic gold medalist, Bodybuilding champion Gary, Youtube personality and comedian Gus Johnson, and David Zien the former Wisconsin state senator.