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4 College Junior

Off-Campus Housing: The school basically provides no help in finding off-campus housing. But me and my friends found a bunch of potions for decent prices and they were close to campus. There's just some real estate agencies you shouldn't go through, like SouthSide, they were very pushy and didn't take care of the houses that well.

3 College Junior

Party Scene: There are usually parties going on on the weekend but its all about who you know. They aren't really advertised otherwise they would get busted and its kind of all about the day. One weekend a house might have a great party and the next, it could be a total bust. Again all about who you know and what you want to do.

3 College Junior

Off-Campus Dining: A lot of the off-campus dining is on the other side of town so it makes it difficult to get to a lot of them so the few that are near campus are visited quite frequently. There is a decent variety of food but a lot are just chains or fast food restaurants.

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4 College Junior

Administration: Overall I thought the campus was average on strictness. Parking they were very strict on, I got a number of tickets but if you appeal them, they usually waive the fee but definitely do not park where you aren't suppose to. The dorm strictness depends on how nice your RA is and how often they are around. My RA was awesome and she liked me and my friends so we got away with being loud and obnoxious most of the time. About half the people at school hate the campus police because they actually bust people for drinking in dorm rooms and smoking pot and stuff but they are just doing their jobs. I really liked the police, they were always very nice and helpful.

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3 College Junior

Campus Food: I liked the Commons because it was fast and easy but after a while, the food started to get repetitive and you started to not want to eat there as often. The Fireside is good but the food is really expensive for what you get. I have only ate at North Point once but that experience was god as well.

4 College Junior

Scholarships: The process was really easy, once you got your FAFSA in, you went onto a website and showed you the type and amounts of financial aid you were able to receive, you clicked whether or not you wanted to accept the aid, and that was that, super easy!

4 College Junior

Campus Housing: I really love Stout. They provide a lot of stuff to you like laptops and free book rentals so you don't have to spend hundreds of dollars of textbooks for classes. The campus buildings are all close together so you don't have to walk very far to get to classes, the longest it would take for you to get from the two farthest away from each other buildings would be like 10 minutes, totally do-able. The dorms are a little on the small side but they sense of community I felt was really great. My first year roommate wasn't the greatest but the second year was much better. Laundry you have to pay for with your Stout card but its not that bad. The nice thing is you put money on your card at the beginning of the semester and you just pay for food and such as you go instead of actually having a set number of meals you get in a week; I found that really nice. Overall cost of Stout is pretty cheap and they quality of education id very good. Some majors are better than others but that comes with the territory. Overall, Stout is a great school and I would highly recommend it.

4 College Sophomore

Athletics: whether it's sports or clubs they are all greatly participated in and are very popular at school

4 College Sophomore

Party Scene: I hear the parties are good but often busted to quick. I don't really know because i didn't party on or near campus

4 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Dining: getting to dine outside of campus is a rarity for my friends and me. if we do go someone it's somewhere cheap because most places don't have or accept student discounts

3 College Sophomore

Administration: I'd say the school strictness isn't okay or great, but good. it's strict where necessary and lenient where needed.

3 College Sophomore

Campus Food: I enjoy the commons but it gets repetitive after a couple weeks. People do enjoy the special days provided where the place is decorated and everyone gets involved like the midnight breakfast, thanksgiving like feast and christmas dinner specials.

4 College Sophomore

Scholarships: I applied for Financial Aid before freshman year of college and it went well. it was easy with my parents help.

4 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: It's good housing for the age of the buildings and furniture given in the rooms. I was fortunate to be a room with newer furniture so it was nice than the other buildings.

3 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Dining: It's alright. I've never gotten a student discount for a resturant meal before. But it's like, if you want to eat food, there is the bar, cafe,kwik trip, fast food, and lot's of pizza varitey.

2 College Sophomore

Administration: Why I chose bad is towards the strictness on cleaniness. The dorm is gross. Period. The rules on alcholol is also a problem, so many people come back drunk and disturbing people in the dorms whom are trying to sleep or study. It is crazy. I do not undertand why the school even allows it. Like. Why?

4 College Sophomore

Campus Food: Despite my lack of interest of the food quality of the UW Stout, it is honestly not that bad. The food itself is decent. It's just, sometimes, it's gross and unbearable, where if you eat to much of it, you start to get bored of it and want to eat candy instead of food. One thing that sucks is the dessert options, there really isn't any good options, otherwise it's the commons own creations which honestly turns to be completely ineditable.

3 College Sophomore

Scholarships: It doesn't seem like they want us to recieve financial aid. It takes take but the amount you recieve is just...so..little. For my situation, I would like to earn as much as I can due to the interal financial situation my family is dealing with. But with the financial aid forms, it's hard to even show how much I need the aid I need.

3 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: Honestly, living on campus is average. It has it's up and downs, such as bathroom cleaniness, it's just hard to understand why other's can't keep the bathroom clean. It' rather simple honestly. Social atmosphere, it's alright. Either you go make friends or you don't, and ususally, making friends on campus who live nearby is easy.

5 College Senior

Greek Life: I love the Greek life here! It's like one big family and you are constantly meeting new people.

4 College Senior

Off-Campus Housing: It's easy to find a place off campus, as long as you have a good group of housemates and look early enough!

4 College Senior

Athletics: The new fitness center and Stout Adventures is awesome! They have new equipment, classes, and trainers and ample opportunities for students.

5 College Senior

Party Scene: The party scene is amazing. Everyone is so friendly and welcoming that even if you don't drink or don't like to be social, you feel comfortable being in the moment. There is always something going on, no matter what! Homecoming and Graduation weekends are the most fun... we also have our own "Holiday" called Advisement Day Eve.

4 College Senior

Off-Campus Dining: There are local hot spots like Acoustic Cafe, the Raw Deal, Legacy, Cancun, Los Cabos, Waterfront and Log Jam, but there are also the usual: McDonalds, Taco Bell, Taco Johns, Arbys, Wendys, Subway, Culvers and Applebees.

4 College Senior

Administration: Our officers are polite and friendly, but are very strict on adhering to the dorm policies and have no tolerance for under age drinking anywhere on campus.

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When Stout students walk across the stage during their commencement ceremony, they are filled with emotions and memories, feelings of excitement about the future and sadness for a journey coming to an end. More than anything, UW-Stout provides opportunity and community. Once you set your roots at Stout, you'll never want to leave. The perfect size of the student body allows students to build a community of friends that last a lifetime. Community is built in many different ways and venues—the classroom between a class and the instructor, in the residence halls between residents, at an on-campus job between coworkers, and between teammates on an intramural team. These are just a few ways that students make connections with each other, as well as with people within the Menomonie community.

Stout provides a world of opportunity in and out of the classroom. Students have the opportunity to meet one-on-one with their professors, to start and lead their own campus organizations, to take their education abroad, to manage a restaurant on campus, to challenge themselves, to apply theories, to reach new heights on the climbing wall, and to make decisions for the entire campus by participating in student government. The opportunities that students take advantage of at Stout will lead to even greater opportunities after graduation. Attending UW-Stout is not just an education; it is an experience.

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