Continuing Education for Adult Learners
Now that your student is deep in their studies at UW-Stout, maybe you’ve thought about starting, finishing, or returning to school. We think that’s great! Whether you want to transition to a new career or attain personal growth, Continuing Education has a learning option for you. Read More
Involvement experiences can make all the difference in your student's time at Stout, setting them apart and helping make Stout home. And with the spring semester approaching, there is still plenty of time for your student to make connections outside of the classroom. Read More
Staying Active Over Winter Break
While the weather outside is frightful, it's important your student stays active over winter break, whether they're in Menomonie or back home with you. It's easy to fall into a routine of watching a show, curled up on the couch under a favorite blanket, trying to stay warm. But there are many ways your student (and you) can get their heart rate up over the winter months. Read More
Five Things Your Student Should Know in Their Final Semester
After what may have felt like a lifetime away, your little first-year student is about to go across the graduation stage, diploma in hand, tassel above, and career ahead. They have grown into a well-rounded human, about to adventure into the next chapter of their life.
Before they turn that page, are you sure they’ve done everything they need to actually graduate? Here are some easy things to forget, important things to remember, and a couple of bonus tasks to ensure you and your student are prepared for the final semester in their college career at UW-Stout. Read More
Get Grandparents Involved in the College Experience
You work hard to support your Stout student. But you might have forgotten about another source of continued support. Gramma and Grampa.
Some grandparents support their student by offering financial help. Other students share how a grandparent has influenced their life by helping them make healthy choices and establish values and goals that led them to college. There are many meaningful ways your student and their grandparents can stay connected. Read More