Supporting your academic journey.
College is an important decision and graduating with a degree is an extremely rewarding experience. Whether you're completing coursework online or attending classes on campus, there may be times you have questions or are in a situation that requires assistance, such as:
- Point of contact for student concerns
- Attendance issues
- Academic dismissal appeals
- Special circumstance withdrawals
- Student conduct administration
- Student rights and responsibilities
- Student complaints
- Policies, procedures, and information about appeals
- Title IX - concerns regarding sexual misconduct
- Bias concerns or issues
Keeping everyone informed.
The Dean of Students is one of the main points of contact for emergency incidents. Please follow the instructions below for connecting with your student or keeping the university informed of external situations that could impact your student's attendance.
Sometimes a family member might have difficulty contacting a student in a time of crisis, such as a medical emergency or a death in the family. All emergency inquiries during business hours should be directed to Dean of Students Office via phone at 715-232-1181 or via email. After hours, contact the University Police Department at 715-232-2222.
In the event of a short-term illness (less than 3 days) it is best for the student to contact their instructor directly. If the student is hospitalized or experiencing a difficulty that will keep them out of school for 3 days or more, please contact the Dean of Students Office via phone 715-232-1181 or via email. If a parent or family member is concerned about their student’s health or wellness, please contact the Dean of Students Office.
A notification of student absences will be issued by the Dean of Students Office. Documentation is required. This notification does not change attendance policies put in effect by the instructor and is a courtesy memo only, letting the instructor know the whereabouts of the student. Using this process to determine excused absences and/or work assignments is determined by the instructor. It is the responsibility of the student to initiate contact with their instructor regarding any missed work or exams.
The university posts any large-scale campus emergency on our UW-Stout Alert Messaging System and website. Students will be notified by text message when there is an immediate threat to the health or safety of students.
Our Emergency Response Guide provides campus the tools to stay safe during emergencies.
Student Health Services operated by Prevea Health is conveniently located on North Campus and offers appointments for preventive and primary care needs as well as laboratory services, tuberculosis testing, and vaccines. Students can be seen for anxiety and depression and a consulting psychiatric provider is available 2 half days per month. Most services are included in the students segregated fees.
UW-Stout Student Health Services | Prevea Health
Counseling Center is staffed by licensed and trained counselors. It is located in Bowman Hall. Services offered include individual, couple, and group counseling. Alcohol education classes are offered also. There is no charge to students for this service.
Counseling Center | University of Wisconsin - Stout (uwstout.edu)
You.uwstout.edu is a self-help and well being platform. YOU helps student navigate life and campus on their terms with independent goal setting, skill building, assessments and evidence based content on well-being topics. Through this web based application students can connect with a 24/7 crisis service available via call, text, or chat and can connect to Mantra teletherapy services which are available during the day, evenings, and on weekends.