Academic Services

Take the guesswork out of earning a degree — utilize the services and resources here to help you graduate.
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Whether you've declared a major or you're still exploring options, the journey to graduation isn't always a straight line.

Take advantage of the resources and services designed to help you work smarter, not harder, as you earn your UW-Stout degree.


Eliminate barriers in the classroom and on campus.

Contact Disability Services to discuss access solutions prior to coming to campus.
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Know your rights and responsibilities as a student.

Review the policies and procedures regarding conduct and academic issues.
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Pick up your textbooks and other resources.

Instructional Resources Service (IRS) office provides textbooks and other course resources.
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Get Ready for Commencement

Attend the Graduation Fair to pick-up tickets and purchase your regalia.
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Advisor Jamie Arenz meets with a student at the Advisement Center Tuesday, December 12, 2017.

Advisement Center

Connect with a first-year advisor to discuss classes, your major, and career exploration.
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Students sitting and chatting in front of Harvey Hall.

Dean of Students

Your advocate in personal matters, resource referral, behavioral concerns, and student rights.
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Technology Help Desk

Learning & Information

As a student, gain access to online learning tools and technical support.
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Harvey Hall

Colleges & Schools

Our academic programs are administered by three colleges and six schools.
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UW-Stout student Jennifer Kleinschmidt is photographed on campus for University Marketing Monday, August 7, 2017. She is pictured visiting the Registration and Records office in Bowman Hall.

Registration & Records

Connect with staff about your records, registration questions, or policies.
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Administration Building across from Harvey Hall where Student Business Services is located.

Student Business Services

In-person and online resources for paying bills or receiving refunds.
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Peer-to-peer mentoring for first-year students

Stout MentorLink

Incoming students can choose to be paired with a mentor who is ready to listen, inspire, and help navigate UW-Stout.