Encouraging your student to find their ONE
We encourage all students to be actively engaged in at least one thing on campus. We call that, finding your ONE.
As parents and caregivers, it’s safe to say we want a lot for our kids when they leave for college. Of course, we want them to make good choices, do well in class, and be safe. But we also want them to connect with others, explore their interests, and feel inspired. We want them to find that thing that makes them feel like…. well, “them.” Read More >
Financial Aid Advice for Parents
Hello from UW-Stout's Financial Aid Office. We’re glad to have your student join our campus community. We know there’s a lot to think about and financial aid may be at the top of your list now, and every semester from here to the time your student graduates.
We know financial aid can be confusing. We’re here to help you sort it out. Here are a few things we thought you might want to know. Read More >
Residence Hall Safety Your Student Should Know
You’ve kept a watchful eye on your student’s safety their entire life. Now they’re on their own, off to college. But we know out-of-sight does not mean out-of-mind. Especially with your student. We’re here to keep your student safe. Because your student is our student and a member of our campus family. Read More >
Working for Blue Devil Productions
For many students, college is their first experience of freedom. After high school graduation money runs out and parent’s patience with “help I’m out of money” emails wears thin, students often turn to on-campus jobs as a source of income. Resistance to on-campus work is understandable, but what many students don’t realize is that there are more opportunities and a greater variety of jobs available than one may think. Read More >
“Mom, I don’t feel good”
UW-Stout's Student Health Services Office is committed to caring for your student’s physical, mental and emotional health. We see more than 6,000 students during the academic year. Chances are, your student will be visiting us. So what can you do when your student calls to say they don’t feel well? Read More >