People to Know
Information and Services
p2 Check-In & Check-out
A: Policies Related to Drug and Alcohol Use
Cleaning Supplies Alcoholic Beverage Distribution
Computer Connections & Printing Stations p10
Alcohol Consumption & Intoxication
Consolidation of Vacant Space Alcohol Containers
Cooking Appliances Alcohol Free Floors
p3 Damage Prevention Program Alcohol in Public Areas
Fire Alarms and Testing Drugs
Fire Evacuation Legal Alcohol Consumption
Fire Hazards Underage Alcoholic possession/consumption
p4 Front Desk
Garbage & Recycling B: Policies Related to Fire Safety
Grievance Process Blocking Entrances, Exits, and Hallways
Guests Candles & Incense
p5 ID Cards p11 Cooking Appliances
Keys & Locks Egress
Kitchens Electrical Outlets & Power Strips
Laundry Explosives or Combustibles
Mail Fire Alarms & Equipment Abuse
Missing Student Notification Motorcycles, Mopeds, and Internal Combustion Engines
Night Security Smoking
Non-discrimination Statement Evacuation
C: Policies Related to Inappropriate, Disruptive,
p7 and/or Threatening Behaviors
Assisting in a Policy Violation
Quiet and Courtesy Hours
Failure to Complete Sanctions
p8 Saunas p12 Failure to Comply
Hate Crimes and Bias Incidents
Quiet & Courtesy Hours
Tornados (see “Severe Weather”)
Windows & Screens Stalking
University Housing Code of Conduct Trespassing
The Conduct Structure Unauthorized Entry
Confidentiality Unauthorized Possession of Property and/or Theft
Student Rights & Responsibilities Vandalism and/or Damage to Property
Appeals Process Weapons
We hope you enjoy living with us this year. This handbook
serves as a resource for you to best understand residence
hall living. If you have questions or need clarification about
anything in this book, ask your RA, Hall Director, or check out
our website at: www.uwstout.edu/housing
Here are some people you should get to know in your hall
(we use a lot of acronyms):
Resident Advisor (RA): RAs are students who have been
D: Policies Related to Personal trained as a resource for you to help you get to know other
and/or Public Safety members of your floor, to assist you with problems, and to
Cleanliness enforce policies. They are your first-line people to ask about
Climbing or Walking on a Residence Hall anything. There is at least one RA on duty each evening.
p13 Academic Resource Coordinator (ARC): ARCs work in
First Year Experience halls to implement educational pro-
grams and foster an academic environment. They will work
with you to create the learning component of a living-learning
Keys & Locks
community, organize and implement FYE Initiatives, meet
individually with academically at risk residents, and overall be
Picketing, Rallies, and Demonstrations
a contributing member of your academic community.
Solicitation Hall Director (HD): Each hall has a Hall Director, who is a
Throwing Objects professional staff member that lives in the hall and manages
the building. HDs are responsible for supervising the Desk
E: Policies Related to Facilities Services Manager, the RAs and the ARC; advising the hall gov-
Abandoned Property ernment; and basically taking care of most everything in the
Air Conditioners building. Hall Directors all have at least a Bachelor’s degree
Antennas and many have also earned their Master’s degree.
Desk Services Manager (DSM): The Desk Services
Manager is a student staff member who is responsible for
Cleanliness of Public Areas
managing the desk and night security programs.
Door Coverage Custodian: Each hall has one or two custodians who work
Elevators to help keep the building clean. The custodians work Monday
Furniture in Public Areas through Friday. Your assistance is needed to help keep the
Game Cleaning building clean!
Maintenance Staff: The maintenance mechanics repair
things that are broken in the hall or who do preventative
maintenance to keep our building systems from breaking
Posting of Signs Desk Staff: Desk workers are hired as our customer
Removal of Windows and Screens service staff. They can check out equipment to you, provide
Restroom Facilities information, or answer questions.
Security Assistant: These staff members, in conjunction
Waterbeds, Hot Tubs, and Pools
with the RAs, monitor the building between 12 midnight and
p16-17 7:00 am.
p18 University Housing Mission Statement University Housing also has central office staff, computer
Dining Cafeteria Hours staff, and other personnel who work to make your residence
p19 Wal-Mart Shuttle hall experience positive. These individuals work in various lo-
p20 Housing Contact Information cations, including the Housing Office in 170 Price Commons.
p21 Academic Calendar
Before leaving, students should:
• Vacuum the carpet and dust all furniture surfaces.
• Clean the mirror and windows and if needed, wipe
• Remove all personal belongings from your room
before the desk staff arrives to check it.
• Check the mailbox before returning keys to the
Students who are withdrawing from the University must
initiate the withdrawal process at the Registration and
Records Office (109 Bowman Hall) before checking out
with the desk staff and must also return their laptop
Air Conditioners to the HELP desk (x-5000). There will be a $25/day
Students are permitted to bring their own air charge for unauthorized occupation of a room.
conditioners and will be charged $100 per academic
year, which covers utility costs, staff time to install and Students leaving the residence halls can update
remove the unit, etc. All air conditioners must comply their mailing address by going to this website:
with the following restrictions, which are based on www.uwstout.edu/regrec/addchg.html
energy conservation, energy use, and safety:
Recommended BTUs: 5500 – 5700 (this is based on Cleaning Supplies
the size of residence hall rooms)
Vacuum cleaners and wastebasket liners are available
Maximum BTUs: 6000 at each residence hall front desk. Mops and brooms
Maximum size: 13” high X 19” wide X15” deep are also available in each hall. For additional cleaning
supplies, contact the custodian or an RA.
Facilities staff will install and remove air conditioners
– students should NOT perform these functions. You Computer Connections & Printing Stations
can request that your air conditioner be installed or All student rooms are wired with direct data
removed by completing a “Facilities Work Request” on communication. To use these networking services
the Housing webpage at www.uwstout.edu/housing offered by the University, students use the Ethernet
during the school year or by emailing housing@ cable that came with the laptop package. Wireless
uwstout.edu during the summer. Requests made prior ports are also available in many locations around the
to August 1 will receive priority for installation during campus. Additional assistance is available by calling
the first 2 weeks of school. the HELP desk (x-5000).
Check-In & Check-out All halls have printing stations located on either the
When changing rooms, a student needs to check-out 1st floor or the lower level of the building. Printers are
of their old room at the front desk of their current hall provided for use by residence hall students only and
and check-in to their new room at the front desk of the are provided free of charge; however, students must
building they are moving into. They will also need to provide their own paper.
complete various types of paperwork in order to get
their new keys.
Consolidation of Vacant Space
Students who end up having a vacancy in their room
Whenever a resident leaves their room, all personal
(no roommate) will receive an email from their Hall
belongings must be removed, all furnishings returned
Director giving them several options from which to
to original locations, and the room should be cleaned
choose. These may include paying for a single room,
and left in the condition in which it was found. Arrange
moving to a room with someone else who also has a
an appointment with staff at the front desk for the
vacancy, or agreeing to allow Housing to assign a new
room to be inspected. Failure to follow the process
roommate. More detailed information is available from
will result in an improper check-out fee, in addition
your Hall Director.
to being assessed for any damages. Custodial
and maintenance charges will be assessed if room
preparation is not complete. Residents will also be COMPUTER PROBLEMS?
charged for any damages to walls, ceiling, carpet, and
furniture, etc., as well as for any missing items.
Call ASK5000: X5000
Cooking Appliances Fire Alarms and Testing
The following appliances ARE permitted: coffeemakers The fire alarms in the residence halls are checked
and warmers, hot pots, popcorn poppers, George on the first Monday of each month according to the
Foreman-type grills, and steamers with unexposed following schedule; tests are announced on the public
elements. address system. If that alarm sounds at the time
indicated, students do not need to leave the building.
The following appliances ARE NOT permitted (except At all other times students must evacuate the building.
in Red Cedar Hall): toasters, electric grills, toaster Here is the Monday testing schedule:
ovens, and other cooking appliances with an open
element and/or those that may cause a ventilation Hall Time
problem. Some of these appliances may be available
for checkout at the front desk and may be used in Antrim-Froggatt-McCalmont 1:00 pm
the kitchen areas only. See “Kitchens” for more Curran-Kranzusch & Tustison-Oetting 1:15 pm
Fleming Hall 1:00 pm
Hansen-Keith & Milnes-Chinnock 1:30 pm
Damage Prevention Program
The Damage Prevention Program is designed to keep Hovlid Hall 1:15 pm
damages and excessive cleaning of the common areas Jeter-Tainter-Callahan 12:45 pm
of the building to a minimum. This is accomplished
North Hall 12:45 pm
through students taking responsibility for their
actions and by community members appropriately Red Cedar Hall 1:45 pm
confronting others when they have caused damage. South Hall 1:45 pm
In situations where the individuals are not identified,
the entire community shares the cost of the damage Wigen Hall 1:30 pm
or cleaning. As stated in the University Housing
Contract, common areas are defined as “those areas Fire Evacuation
not assigned to the individual.” Each floor/wing/cube/ It is the responsibility of every resident to be familiar
suite is responsible for their hallways, bathrooms and with these procedures; everyone must leave the
living areas/lounges/kitchens. As a general rule, residence hall whenever the fire alarm sounds.
floors that share a common lounge will be jointly Persons refusing to leave the residence hall during a
responsible for that lounge. The Hall Director will fire drill or when the fire alarm sounds, will be subject
determine which communities to assess for damages to university disciplinary action and civil action.
based on the building layout. All residents of the hall
will be responsible for the stairwells, elevators, public
Do not take any chances with fire; even a small one
restrooms, and basement areas of the hall.
can get out of control. People in a room where a fire
Our goal is to prevent damage, not bill for it. As a starts should leave and close the door to confine the
result, each community will have a minimum per blaze to that room as long as possible. Do not lock the
person threshold for which they will not be billed (per door. Activate the nearest fire alarm. Report any fires
semester). All floors keeping their damages under the immediately by calling 911.
minimum threshold will NOT be billed. The minimum When an alarm sounds, follow these procedures:
threshold is $3.00 per person per semester. Any • Close windows & raise blinds.
community that exceeds this amount will be billed
• Leave lights on.
at the end of the semester. In addition, a $2.00
administrative fee will be added to each resident’s bill • Wear a coat or blanket and hard-soled shoes.
to help cover the costs of billing for these damages. • Carry a towel to place over your face in case of
Appeals: If students believe that they are being billed • Leave the room and close the door.
unfairly, they have the opportunity to appeal the charge
• Go to the nearest exit.
to University Housing. They must submit copies of
their written appeal to the Housing Department (at • Assemble outside the hall at a safe distance (at
170 Price Commons) within one week of the Notice of least 150 feet) from the building.
Damage form being posted. For more details about • Do not return to the hall until the “all clear” signal
the appeal process, please contact your Hall Director. is given by authorized personnel.
The department has established a set of guidelines to Garbage & Recycling
help ensure safety of all residents: Each student room is furnished with a recycling bin and
• There must be a 30” x 72” path of egress from a garbage bin. Students are responsible for taking their
thedoor to the window. garbage to the dumpsters located outside their resi-
• Do not decorate/furnish your room with highly dence hall. Do not put any garbage in bathrooms, hall-
combustible materials; examples of items not to be ways, stairwells, lounges, or recycling rooms. Recycling
used include parachutes, flags, fishnets, cloth wall centers are found either on the floor (North Campus) or
hangings, crepe paper or Styrofoam. outside (South Campus). Recyclable items should be
• Natural vegetation of a combustible nature, such free from contaminates such as food, drink, and other
as Christmas trees, evergreen boughs, and birch debris.
logs, are not permitted in the residence
Glass Unbroken clear, brown, and green glass
• Candles (lit or unlit), lanterns, incense, and other
is accepted. Please rinse containers and
open flames of any type are not permitted.
remove rings and caps before recycling.
• The use and storage of flammable cleaning Labels need not be removed.
materials is prohibited.
• The possession and use of fireworks, gun pow-
der, or other explosive materials is not permitted. Plastics Only Plastics 1 and 2 are accepted. Please
• Only electrical power strips with an on/off switch, rinse containers and remove rings and caps
15-amp circuit breaker and 3-prong plug-in are before recycling. Labels need not be re-
permitted; or extension cords six feet in length or moved.
less with triple ground plug-ins are permitted. No
other multiple plug outlets are permitted. Paper A variety of papers are acceptable.
• Halogen lights are not recommended due to Notebook and typing paper, magazines, and
some models creating extreme heat when illumi- newspapers are just a few. See the label on
nated. If you choose to use halogen lamps, never the paper receptacles for further examples.
leave a lamp illuminated when you are not in the
room or when you are sleeping.
Tin Please rinse and remove labels.
• Do not tamper with or alter any electrical outlets
or light switches. Specifically, do not add dimmer
switches. Installation of additional electrical wiring
is not permitted. Aluminum cans should be emptied and
Aluminum crushed. Most aluminum receptacles
are furnished with a can-crushing unit to
maximize storage space.
Each residence hall front desk serves students and
guests with services including disseminating hall and
campus information, equipment and DVD check-out,
Corrugated Please take boxes to the laundry room in
access to specialty rooms, cleaning supplies (vacuums,
Cardboard your hall. Pizza boxes are not recyclable
garbage bags, etc.), loan key check-out, room check-in
because of the contamination with food.
and check-out, and reservations. Policies for services
Please take pizza boxes to the dumpster or
and equipment check-out are established in each resi-
you may be charged a fee.
dence hall. Hours of operation are (subject to change):
Monday-Friday 9:00 am – Midnight
Saturday-Sunday 1:00 pm – Midnight
FOR A FULL DVD LIST: visit
Grievance Process Loan keys: In most circumstances, use is limited to
For general grievances, contact the supervisor of the five minutes (the intent of the program is to allow stu-
person whom you feel acted inappropriately. dents back into their room when they are locked out).
If a student believes they have lost their keys, they can
RAs may participate in, organize, and lead meetings
use the loan set a maximum of seven (7) days. If the
and activities within their rooms, floors or residence
loan set is retained beyond seven (7) days, key replace-
halls, or anywhere else on campus, to the same extent
ment will be automatically initiated.
as other students. However, they may not use their po-
sition to pressure, coerce or inappropriately influence
student residents to attend or participate. If students Replacement key/lock costs are as follows:
feel an RA has used their position to pressure, coerce Room & mailbox lock change $40.00
or inappropriately influence others to attend or par- Replace broken room or mailbox key $ 5.00
ticipate in a meeting or activity, please see their Hall Red Cedar Hall – replace loan set of keys $60.00
Guests Each residence hall has a kitchen available for student
Guests are allowed to stay in the residence halls if use. Red Cedar, JTC, Fleming & Wigen Halls also have
invited by a resident. Guests are expected to adhere kitchens in their floor lounges. Kitchens are communal
to all residence hall policies. The hosting resident is facilities; use them safely and with respect for others.
responsible for providing guests with policy information You are responsible for safety and cleaning of the area
and is responsible for the actions of his/her guest(s). during use. Perishable waste must be taken to the
Bathrooms are for the use of residents assigned to the dumpster. The kitchen sinks are not equipped with
floor and their guest(s) of the same gender. garbage disposals (except in Red Cedar floor kitchens).
Food may be stored in the refrigerator, but the Univer-
Roommates sharing a double room will need to sity assumes no liability for spoilage and theft. Periodi-
complete a Roommate Agreement which will include cally the refrigerators are cleaned; any unclaimed food
information about having guests. Whenever there is and containers will be disposed of.
a room change, a new Roommate Agreement must
be completed prior to either resident having overnight
Each residence hall has a laundry room equipped
with washers and dryers that can be operated by a
A guest may stay a maximum of three nights in a row student’s StoutOne ID card or coins. Students must
and no more than eight nights per month in the resi- provide their own detergent. Washers and dryers cost
dence halls. A night is defined as four hours or more $1.00 per cycle. Using laundry room facilities (wash-
between Midnight and 7:00 am. The total number of ers, dryers and laundry room sinks) for dyeing clothes
guests and residents staying overnight in one student is not permitted. Please note that washers are front-
room may not exceed four if both roommates agree to loading and require much less detergent than top-
this. loading machines.
ID Cards Do not leave your laundry unattended; the University
The StoutOne ID card must be carried at all times and assumes no responsibility for lost or stolen articles.
presented to university officials upon request. Unau-
thorized use warrants confiscation and disciplinary
action. The StoutOne card is used to gain entrance
to residence halls after closing hours by swiping it
through the card reader. If a StoutOne card is lost or
stolen, students can log on to www.uwstoutone.com to
report it stolen (follow instructions).
Keys & Locks
Under no circumstances is any student permitted to
have duplicate keys made for any university lock. Also,
no one may transfer any university key from an autho-
rized individual to an unauthorized person, or be in
unauthorized possession of a university key. Students
may not replace, damage, tamper with or vandalize any
university lock or security device.
Mail Missing Student Notification
On North Campus, students receive their mail at their University Housing will notify authorities when
residence hall front desk. Mail for students living residence hall students have been deemed
on South Campus is distributed at Price Commons. missing. Those notified include University Police for
Students can access their mailbox using their mailbox key all individuals and either the parent/guardian for
– the mailroom/desk staff cannot give mail to students residents under the age of 18 OR the emergency
over the counter. contact of students who are over the age of 18.
Emergency contact information will be obtained from
the information residents provide to the campus.
To receive mail on campus, please use this format:
Any time a student believes that a resident is a
Room number and residence hall name
threat to themselves or others, they should contact
Street Address University Police immediately. If they want to report
Menomonie, WI 54751 that a student is missing, they can either contact
the police directly or they can print a “missing
The street addresses for the residence halls are listed student notification” form on the Housing website
below: at: www/uwstout.edu/housing/pdf_documents/
Antrim-Froggatt-McCalmont 1015 Third Street E
Curran-Kranzusch 1105 Third Street E
Students can complete this form any time they believe
Fleming Hall 107 Third Avenue W
a resident has been missing for an unusual amount of
Hansen-Keith 1215 Third Street E time. Students completing this form should submit it
Hovlid Hall 121 Third Avenue W to their Resident Advisor or Hall Director who will then
Jeter-Tainter-Callahan 200 Broadway St. S contact University Police and the Dean of Students
Milnes-Chinnock 1215 Third Street E Office.
North Hall 124 Tenth Avenue E
Red Cedar Hall 201 Second Street W
South Hall 115 Thirteenth Avenue E Night Security
Tustison-Oetting 1105 Third Street E The residence halls are closed to the public from
Midnight to 7:00 am and during academic break
Wigen Hall 106 First Avenue W
periods. Residents of the hall will need to use their
StoutOne ID Card to access the building during those
The “stuffing” of mailboxes is limited to essential times. Students should not let unknown people in the
information from the University. Mass campus mailings door behind them when they come into the building
will be processed for a fee - contact Martin Fritz, x-3703 after hours or on breaks. Security Assistants, in
or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. conjunction with the RAs, monitor the building from
Midnight to 7:00 am and during break periods.
Students leaving the residence halls can update their
mailing address by going to this website: www.uwstout. Report any unauthorized or suspicious person to
edu/regrec/addchg.html the front desk staff, Security Assistants, to an RA, or
University Police (x2222). Side doors to residence
Maintenance halls are locked no later than 11:00 pm. Do not use
the side entrances to exit after they are locked. Do not
For routine maintenance, log on to www.uwstout.edu/
prop open ANY outside doors; doing so endangers the
housing and then click on the “Facilities Work Request”
security of all residents.
hammer on the bottom left side of the page. Emergency
maintenance items should be reported to the front
desk or an RA. A request for maintenance indicates Non-discrimination Statement
permission for a maintenance staff member to enter a UW-Stout and University Housing provides equal
student’s room. Students may request maintenance for opportunity to all persons, regardless of race, color,
problems in their room as well as those in public areas. sex, creed, age, ancestry, national origin, sexual
orientation, gender identity/expression, political
affiliation, marital status, disability or arrest or
conviction record in its education programs, activities
and employment practices.
Painting the walls, ceiling, doors or furniture in student All postings must be brought to the hall’s front desk
rooms, hallways, lounges or basement areas is for approval. The hall staff will post at their earliest
prohibited. If students need to spray paint an object convenience. Individuals are not allowed to post
for a class project, they should contact their faculty materials in the building on their own.
member – some academic buildings have paint
areas. Do not spray paint items on sidewalks, against
buildings, trees, on grass, etc. Quiet and Courtesy Hours
The University is not responsible for personal Quiet Hours
possessions lost, stolen or damaged; consequently, Quiet hours are defined as periods of time when noise
residents are encouraged to lock room doors and to from a room should not be heard more than two doors
have renter’s insurance. Report all thefts to University away. On quiet/study floors, quiet hours begin at 8:00
Housing Staff and University Police immediately. pm Sunday-Thursday.
Although the University is not responsible for stolen
property, thefts will be investigated. Sunday-Thursday: 10:00 pm - 9:00 am
Friday-Saturday: 12:00 midnight - 10:00 am
Residents may be visited by candidates running
for political and/or student government elections if Courtesy Hours
residents specify they wish such “visits”. Students Courtesy hours are in effect “around the clock”. You
have the opportunity to select their campaigning and your guests are to be considerate of others and
choice by sending an email to their Hall Director. ensure that you are not disruptive to other residents.
Campaign visits may include the dissemination of
literature. When talking with candidates, students All week 24 hours a day
should avoid having these conversations in the
hallways – floor lounges and basement rooms are
Residents may be required to remove stereos, TVs
and other sound-producing equipment, which cause
Report lost or stolen disruptive noise. Please refrain from door slamming,
loud voices, and shouting, as these sounds also
StoutOne Cards at: disturb other residents.
Except during the first three weeks of each semester
or during any “occupancy freeze” determined by
University Housing, students may request a room
change. Students should contact their Hall Director to
get more information about the process.
always carry StoutOneCard
for building access
Room Furnishings Sexual Assault
All university furnishings, including lofts, must stay Sexual Assault is defined as unwanted sexual
in student rooms, including those rooms occupied contact with a person without their consent. The
as singles. Any furnishings affixed to the wall may University and the Department of University Housing
not be removed including mirrors, bulletin boards, take accusations of sexual assault very seriously. If
closets and/or closet curtains, desks, bookshelves, students become aware of a sexual assault that has
smoke detectors, and electrical fixtures. Windows and taken place, we encourage them to contact an RA,
screens must also remain in place at all times. Public a Hall Director, a staff member from the Health or
lounge furniture is not permitted in student rooms. Counseling Center, or the University Police.
University Housing provides lofts for all student rooms Sexual Harassment
(except Tainter Hall, which already has bunk beds). As Sexual harassment is a form of sex discrimination
a result, students are not allowed to build any kind of and is not tolerated at UW-Stout. It occurs in a variety
loft or bunk bed in their room. When arranging the of situations which share a common element: the
room furniture, students must maintain a 30” by 72” inappropriate introduction of sexual activities or
path of egress from the door to the window. In addi- comments into the living, work or learning situation.
tion, the distance from the top of the mattress to the Often sexual harassment involves relationships of
ceiling must be at least 25”. unequal power, and contains elements of coercion--
as when compliance with requests for sexual favors
becomes a criterion for some benefit. However,
Room Temperature sexual harassment may also involve relationships
Opening and closing the damper on the room radiator among equals, as when repeated sexual advances
will regulate the room temperature in most rooms. In or demeaning verbal behavior have a harmful effect
Red Cedar Hall, thermostats are provided in the suite on a person’s ability to study or work in the academic
to regulate the entire suite. For energy efficiency setting. If students feel they or someone they know
throughout the building, please close the interior and have been sexually harassed, they should contact their
exterior windows in the winter. The placement of RA, their Hall Director, or the Dean of Student’s office.
furniture and other belongings in front of the heating
unit inhibits the circulation of air that is needed for
the unit to function properly. If there is a problem with
heat or air conditioning (McCalmont Hall & Red Cedar
Hall), report it to Maintenance at www.uwstout.edu/
housing and then click on “Facilities Work Request”
hammer on the bottom left corner.
There are saunas in JTC (x-1630) and CKTO (x-2785).
They may be reserved by calling the front desk of the
hall in which the sauna is located.
In the event of severe weather (severe thunderstorm
or tornado warnings), the City of Menomonie’s warning
siren system is activated. The sirens will sound for
3 minutes. In the event of severe weather, students
should take cover in the innermost portions of the
lowest floor possible. Do not use elevators. If students
are caught in a room when the storm hits, they should
protect themselves by getting under heavy furniture
and staying away from windows and doorways where
they may encounter flying glass and other debris. The
City will NOT sound an “all clear” signal when the
danger has passed. It is suggested that students tune
to a local radio or television station to get weather
The City of Menomonie tests its alarm system on the
first Monday of every month at 10:00 AM.
Single Rooms Storage
A limited number of single rooms are available on cam- Each residence hall has a designated area for student
pus. Students are assigned to completely open single storage during the academic year. Luggage, trunks,
rooms based on availability and the following priorities: boxes, and garment bags may be stored. Highly
combustible materials may not be stored. Student
• Current residents who are graduate students
room furniture may not be removed from the room
• Current residents who are seniors and may not be placed in storage rooms. Summer
• Current residents who are juniors storage may be available in some halls for a fee –
• Current residents who are sophomores information about this will be available shortly before
• Current residents who are freshmen the halls close in the spring. Students who leave their
• Transfer students belongings in their room or in the building after they
have moved out without authorization to do so will
• Off campus students
have their property discarded.
• New freshmen
In some residence halls, bike storage is also available.
Students whose roommate moves out may be offered Bike racks are available outside most buildings on
the opportunity to purchase their room as a single, campus as well. Students may store their bikes in
depending upon occupancy numbers when the vacancy their rooms as long as they do not block the window
occurs. Students interested in a single room should talk or prevent easy egress from the room. Bikes may not
to their Hall Director. be left in hallways or in unauthorized areas around
buildings, including locking bikes to trees, railings, etc.
Smoking is not permitted in any residence hall or Tornados (see “Severe Weather”)
within 25 feet of any residence hall (patios, stairs and
ramps are considered part of the residence halls). Vending Machines
Areas around the residence halls are marked - please Snack and beverage vending machines are available
comply with these. in all residence halls. UW-Stout’s commission from
these machines supports the Inter-Residence Hall
Association (IRHA) and its activities.
Door-to-door solicitation is not permitted in the
residence halls (except political campaigning – see that If a machine malfunctions, you can complete a
section for more information). Solicitation is defined refund form at this website: www.uwstout.edu/
as selling, peddling, distributing, and/or collecting housing/vendingreturn.html. Abuse and vandalism
materials or information, free or otherwise. of a machine is subject to civil action by the vending
company; the University cooperates with vendors in
Organizations may request permission to set up a booth identifying offenders. Vendors may remove machines
in the main lobby of the residence halls. Requests if problems occur repeatedly.
should be addressed to the Hall Director.
Windows & Screens
Screens may not be removed and objects may not
be thrown from windows. A reinstallation charge will
be assessed to students who remove screens, and
disciplinary action may result for those who throw
objects from windows.
Hall Directors, Peer Review Board Members, and
University Housing Administrative Hearing Officers will
not discuss cases outside of the formal process unless
they are gathering information from other involved
parties or consulting with supervisors or colleagues.
Federal law allows parental notification in certain
The philosophy of University Housing is that individual
students, floor communities, residence halls
Student Rights & Responsibilities
communities and University Housing staff share
responsibility for ensuring that our residence halls Students are guaranteed certain rights within the
are safe, secure, and healthy living and learning conduct process. They consist of the following:
environments that meet the needs of students. As in
every community, University Housing has specific rules • To be notified of the charges within 7 working days
and regulations, as well as general guidelines of good of the incident
citizenship and responsible behavior. When students’ • To have a fair and prompt hearing
behaviors are illegal, jeopardize the rights of others, or • To be notified promptly of the results of the hearing
violate the University Housing Code of Conduct, they
• To be advised of the appeal process
will be held accountable through the conduct system.
Through the University Housing & Dining Service
Contract, a student agrees to abide by University A student also has responsibilities that include:
• To attend a hearing with an University official or the
The goals of the conduct system are to: Peer Review Board
• To be respectful during the conduct process
• Facilitate an environment conducive to living and • To provide accurate, truthful, and appropriate
learning information regarding the incident at every level of
the conduct process
• Allow students to learn from each other about how
their behavior affects others
• Protect the rights of all students Appeals must be submitted within 5 business days of
• Hold students accountable for their actions the decision letter via the form at www.uwstout.edu/
housing/forms.html. A student may appeal for the
• Provide students and staff members with a following reason(s):
uniform conduct process • Severity of sanction, and/or
• Introduction of new evidence, and/or
Based on students’ dual citizenship in the campus • If his/her student rights were not honored.
community and in the city/county/state communities,
displinary processes may run simultaneously with
sanctions occurring as part of both the city/county/ A: Policies Related to Drug and
state courts and University Housing conduct system. Alcohol Use
The Conduct Structure 1) Alcoholic Beverage Distribution - Persons age
twenty-one and older may only serve alcohol to guests
When a student violates a policy, an incident report
of legal age.
is filed and given to the Hall Director. Any student,
faculty, or staff member can file an incident report.
The Hall Director will review the incident report to 2) Alcohol Consumption & Intoxication - Students
determine if there are grounds for a hearing and at under the influence of alcohol are held responsible
what conduct level the case will be heard. for their actions, including lack of personal control or
Level 1 - Hall Director
Level 2 - Hall Director 3) Alcohol Containers - Containers that were
Level 3 - Peer Review Board (University Housing originally used to hold alcoholic beverages (i.e. cases
Associate Director when not in session) of beer “empties” used as decorations) are not
Level 4 - University Housing Administrative Hearing permitted in student rooms when both residents are
4) Alcohol-Free Floors - An alcohol-free floor is 4) Egress - According to State of Wisconsin Fire
defined as a residence hall floor community in which Codes, when arranging room furniture, students must
all residents of the floor agree not to possess, drink, or maintain a 30” by 72” path of egress from the door to
be under the influence of alcohol on their designated the window in order to allow students and authorized
floor. For purposes of this definition, under the personnel a means of exiting/entering a room without
influence is defined as having ANY alcohol in one’s obstacles in the case of an emergency.
system. Residents who live on alcohol-free floors and
violate the policy will be moved off of the floor. 5) Electrical Outlets & Power Strips - Do not
tamper with or alter any electrical outlets or light
5) Alcohol in public areas - Consumption of
switches. Installation of additional electrical wiring
alcoholic beverages is not permitted in public areas.
is not permitted, including the adding of dimmer
Alcoholic beverages in open containers (glasses, cans, switches. In addition, only electrical power strips with
bottles, cups, etc.) may not be transported between an on/off switch, 15-amp circuit breaker and 3 prong
rooms. plug-in or extension cords six feet in length or less with
triple ground plug-ins are permitted. No other multiple
6) Drugs - No one may possess, use, procure, sell,
plug outlets are allowed.
dispense, or give away any controlled substance and/
or paraphernalia to any person.
6) Explosives or Combustibles - The posses-
7) Legal Alcohol Consumption - Persons who are sion and use of fireworks, hazardous materials, gun
21 or older may consume alcohol in student rooms powder, lighter fluid, cut Christmas trees or boughs,
or suites only; at least one resident of the room must decorations of combustible nature (e.g., parachutes,
be of legal drinking age. Alcoholic beverages in oversized flags, fishnets, crepe paper), and/or other
large quantities (kegs, barrels, mixtures, etc.) are not explosive materials are not allowed in the residence
permitted anywhere. halls.
8) Underage Alcoholic possession / 7) Fire Alarms & Equipment Abuse - Fire alarms
consumption - No one under the age of 21 may & equipment are not to be tampered with or abused.
possess, use, procure, sell, dispense, or give away This includes but is not limited to unplugging or
alcoholic beverages to any person. disconnecting smoke detectors, triggering or pulling
a false alarm, damaging or removing parts from
the fire alarm system, misuse of a fire extinguisher,
B: Policies Related to Fire Safety starting a fire, personal belongings being placed in fire
extinguisher cabinets or items being hung from fire
1) Blocking Entrances, Exits, and Hallways - No
person may intentionally physically block or restrict 8) Grills - Gas grills are not allowed inside a residence
entrance or exit from any University building including hall. Charcoal grills are allowed to be kept in the halls.
entrances, exits, and hallways.
9) Motorcycles, Mopeds, and Internal
2) Candles & Incense - Candles (lit or unlit), Combustion Engines - Motorcycles, motorbikes,
lanterns, incense, and other open flames of any type mopeds, or any devices requiring the use of
are not permitted in the residence halls. combustible fuels are not allowed to be ridden or
stored in residence halls at any time.
3) Cooking Appliances - The following appliances
ARE permitted: coffee makers and warmers, hot pots, 10) Smoking - Smoking is not permitted in any
popcorn poppers, George Forman type grills, and residence hall or within 25 feet of any residence hall,
steamers with unexposed elements. The following including a building’s patio, stairs, and ramps. No
appliances ARE NOT permitted (except in Red Cedar smoking areas around the residence halls are marked
Hall): toasters, electric grills, toaster ovens, and other clearly. All cigarette butts must be placed in proper
cooking appliances with an open element or those receptacles.
that may cause ventilation problem. These types of
appliances may be available for check out at the front 11) Evacuation - Everyone must leave the residence
desk and may be used in the kitchen areas only. hall whenever the fire alarm sounds. Persons who
refuse to leave the hall when the fire alarm sound,
remains within 150 feet of the building, or return to
the building before the all clear is given by authorized
personnel will be subject to University disciplinary
action and civil action.
9) Hate Crimes and Bias Incidents - Behavior
C: Policies Related to Inappropriate, motivated by bias against an individual’s actual or
Disruptive, and/or Threatening perceived race, ethnicity, religion, disability, sexual
Behaviors orientation, gender identity or expression, or gender
is prohibited. Examples include assault and battery,
1) Assault - No person may intentionally strike, shove, vandalism, intimidation, or threats that involve bias
hit, punch, kick or otherwise subject another person indicators such as bigoted name calling or graffiti. No
to physical contact or cause bodily harm without their person shall behave toward another person in a man-
consent. ner that creates an intimidating, hostile, or demeaning
2) Assisting in a Policy Violation - Students
found to be assisting in the violation of a policy but 10) Hazing - No one shall harass, intimidate, mock
not participating directly will still be held responsible or ridicule anyone else or commit any other similar
for violating the policy regardless of their level of act as a prerequisite for membership, admission or
involvement. participation in any group within the residence halls.
3) Discrimination - Discrimination and discriminatory 11) Implied Consent - All students in a room or area
actions/behaviors are prohibited in employment, where a policy violation is taking place will be held
educational programs, and activities on the basis responsible for that violation, regardless of whether or
of race, sex, religion, color, creed, disability, sexual not they are directly engaging in the policy violation.
orientation, gender identity, national origin, ancestry, It is a student’s responsibility to be aware of what is
or age of any individual. occurring in the room or space that they are in.
4) Domestic Abuse - Individuals who have or had 12) Indecent Exposure - Students, guests, and all
a relationship with another person and intentionally others are expected to be appropriately clothed at all
inflict pain, physical injury or illness, or threaten them times when in public hallway, basement and lounge
in conjunction with the physical act will be subject to areas of the residence halls. “Streaking”, “flashing” or
arrest, possible prosecution and possible imprison- public sexual acts or displays are not allowed.
ment, whether or not the victim presses charges. This
state law includes roommates living together.
13) Quiet & Courtesy Hours
5) Disorderly Conduct - Disorderly conduct within Quiet Hours - No noise from a room should be heard
the residence halls is not permitted. This includes, but more than two doors away during the following times:
is not limited to, engaging in fighting, prank activities, Sunday-Thursday: 10pm-9am
using abusive language or acting in a manner so as to Friday-Saturday: 12:00am (Midnight)-10am
disturb or threaten the public peace.
Quiet Study Floors - No noise from a room on these
6) Failure to Complete Sanctions - Students must
floors should be heard more than two doors away during
comply with and complete all sanctions assigned to
the following times:
them through the disciplinary process. Failure to do so
will result in further disciplinary action. Sunday-Thursday: 8pm-9am
Friday-Saturday: 12:00am (Midnight)-10am
7) Failure to Comply - Students are expected to
respond to all reasonable directives, written or verbal Courtesy Hours - Residents and their guests are to be
from staff members and University officials. No person considerate of others. Students are expected to comply
may knowingly resist, interfere or obstruct a University with requests from other residents to be less disruptive.
Police Officer or other University Employee while that Residents may be required to remove stereos, TVs,
officer/employee is acting in an official capacity. This and other sound-producing equipment which cause
includes, but is not limited to giving false information/ disruptive noise. Student should refrain from door
statements, filing a false report, or placing physical slamming, loud voices and shouting as these sounds
evidence with intent to mislead. also disturb other residents. Courtesy Hours are in
effect “around the clock” (All week, 24 hours a day).
8) Harassment - Harassing behavior, regardless
of the method (written, verbal, via email or phone, 24 Hour Quiet Hours are periods of time during each
online communities or other information technology Evaluation Week when Quiet Hours are extended in
resources, posting of inappropriate materials in any order to provide a study atmosphere for all residents.
public area) is prohibited in the residence halls.
14) Retaliatory Action – Any action taken against a 22) Vandalism and/or Damage to Property -
person lodging a discriminatory complaint/grievance or Students may not damage, deface and/or destroy
incident report is prohibited. University property or property belonging to another
resident or guest either deliberately or through
15) Sexual Harassment - Unwelcome or coercive negligence.
advances are not permitted. Sexual activities, behav-
iors, or materials in the residence halls that create a
23) Weapons - Weapons may not be brought into
hostile environment for living, working or learning are
the residence halls. Weapons are defined as guns
(including paint ball guns) bows and arrows, any type
of non-kitchen knife with a blade longer than 4 inches,
16) Sexual Assault - Sexual assault, defined as
blowguns, ammunition, and toy guns.
unwanted sexual contact with a person without their
consent, is a violation of policy.
D: Policies Related to Personal and/or
17) Stalking - Stalking, defined as repeatedly following
or remaining in visual or physical proximity to a person,
repeatedly conveying verbal threats, written threats,
or threats implied by conduct, is prohibited when it is 1) Cleanliness - Students are responsible for the
determined that the behavior is intentional, directed cleanliness of themselves, their rooms and common
at a person, and/or causes a reasonable person space for health and safety reasons.
apprehension of death, bodily harm, sexual assault,
confinement or restraint. 2) Climbing or Walking on a Residence Hall
- No persons may climb or walk on the structure or
18) Threats - Threats made towards others verbally,
roof of any residence hall/recycling center (including
physically, and/or in writing are prohibited.
structures over building entrances) except when
emergency access to a fire escape is necessary.
19) Trespassing - Residence halls are open to
residents of the halls and invited guests only.
3) Gambling - State laws regarding gambling prohibit
Any other person found in the halls is subject to
the exchange of money in gambling ventures. This
prosecution for trespassing. University Housing may
includes, but is not limited to penny poker, games of
make exceptions for individuals, including but not
chance, betting on sports functions, etc.
limited to, other housing staff, mail carriers, beverage
4) Hall Sports - Playing sports, skating, rollerblad-
20) Unauthorized Entry - Students are not allowed to ing, biking or using any type of bat, ball, stick, or other
enter any room or suite in the residence halls without object is not allowed within a residence hall.
authorization. This includes, but is not limited to gain-
ing a temporary room key or ID by deceit, using force to 5) Incapacitation –Students who become
gain access to a locked room, or using a key or ID that incapacitated due to the use of drugs and/or alcohol
an individual knows has been reported lost. will be held responsible for their actions.
21) Unauthorized Possession of Property and/
or Theft - No person may intentionally take, retain, 6) Identification - Residents must be able to produce
or use another individual’s property without his/ appropriate identification (i.e. UW-Stout ID Card, valid
her consent. Unauthorized possession of University Driver’s License, Military ID, or passport) when asked
Housing property, including but not limited to, lounge to do so by a staff member. UW-Stout ID cards may not
and basement furniture, hallway signs, exit signs, TVs, be altered or used as false identification to imperson-
room numbers, and mirrors is prohibited and treated ate another student.
7) Keys & Locks - Students are not permitted to
Wisconsin State Law prohibits the possession of traffic duplicate keys made for any University lock. No one
and/or street signs (i.e. road construction barricades, may transfer their University key to an unauthorized
street signs, mileage markers, etc.) and therefore, they person. No one may possess a University key without
are not permitted in the residence halls. authorization. Students may not replace, damage,
tamper with, or vandalize any University lock, card
reader, or security device.
8) Overnight Guests - If roommates agree to have 4) Cameras – Students may not tamper with or
overnight guests; a guest may stay a maximum of prevent recording by any residence hall security
three nights in a row and no more than eight nights camera.
per month in the residence halls. A night is defined
as four hours or more between midnight and 7:00am. 5) Ceiling Fans - Ceiling fans are not permitted within
The total number of guests and residents staying student rooms or the residence hall.
overnight in a traditional student room may not
6) Cleanliness of Public Areas – Residents are
9) Picketing, Rallies, and Demonstrations expected to keep public areas of the residence halls
- Events such as picketing, rallies, parades, clean, including bathrooms, kitchens, trash & recycling
demonstrations, or assemblies, that are found to areas, stairwells, lounges, hallways, and basement
be disruptive to the living learning environment of areas.
the building, are prohibited in the residence halls.
Individuals participating in these events may be held 7) Computer Usage – Students may not:
accountable. • Introduce any malicious programs into the network
or server (e.g., viruses, worms, Trojan horses, etc.
10) Self-Destructive Behavior - Students who
• Tamper with, modify, or extend University network
engage in intentional attempts to injure themselves,
services. This applies to all network wiring, data
threaten to injure themselves, and/or partake in
reckless behavior that puts them or others in physical jacks, and related hardware, network or Internet
danger are considered to be engaging in self- services.
destructive behavior, which is a violation of policy. • Personal wireless access points, routers, or
switches are prohibited
11) Solicitation - Door-to-door solicitation (i.e. selling, • Cause security breaches or disruptions of network
peddling, distributing, and/or collecting materials communication. For purposes of this section,
or information, free or otherwise) is not permitted “disruption” includes, but is not limited to, network
in the residence halls, except in the case of political sniffing, pinged floods, packet spoofing, denial of
campaigning and canvassing. Political campaigning service, and forged routing information for
and canvassing (gaining support for a candidacy or malicious purposes
cause) are allowed in the residence halls. Candidates • Monitor the network or conduct port scanning or
for office in all elections that are pertinent to students, security scanning
including campus and residence hall elections may • Circumvent user authentication or security of any
conduct timely door-to-door campaigns, including the host, network or account. This includes illegal
dissemination of literature in the residence halls, as access to a computer and/or use another
well as hold open meetings in designated lounges with
individual’s computer or email account without
prior approval. Detailed policy information is available
from any front desk and/or Hall Director.
• Use any program/script/command, or send
messages of any kind, with the intent to interfere
12) Throwing Objects - No person may, in any
with or disable a user’s network session via any
manner throw, drop, kick, propel, or otherwise project
any object, (e.g., bottle, can, container, snowball, means
liquids) in, from, or at the residence halls. • Post inappropriate, lewd or obscene pictures of
another individual on any website
E: Policies Related to Facilities
8) Door Coverage - Students may not cover more
1) Abandoned Property - Residents may not leave than fifty percent of the hallway side of their room
personal belongings in areas such as hallways, doors with posters, signs, door decorations, etc.
restrooms or other common areas. Residents may not 9) Elevators - Tampering with elevators is not
leave personal belongings in their rooms after move-out, permitted. This includes but is not limited to any
with the exception of summer storage. action that may damage the proper functioning of the
2) Air Conditioners - Students must have maintenance
staff install or remove window air conditioners: student 10) Furniture in Public Areas – Public area
may not install units themselves. furniture in the residence halls is intended for the use
of all residents and their guests. Furniture cannot be
3) Antennas - No student may install an antenna or taken to student rooms or removed from the hall. In
satellite dish on their window, window frame, or on the addition, personal furniture should not be placed in
exterior of a residence hall. any public areas of the hall particularly at move- out.
11) Game Cleaning - Residents are only permitted 17) Posting of Signs - Students may not post signs
to clean small game and fish in the kitchens of anywhere inside or outside of the residence halls. All
each building. Students must immediately clean postings must be approved at each residence hall’s
up and remove all non-food materials to the outside front desk and will be posted by residence hall staff.
dumpsters. Unauthorized removal or possession of signs is not
12) Garbage - Students are responsible for taking
their garbage to the dumpsters located outside 18) Removal of Windows and Screens - Screens
their residence hall. Students may not put any room and windows may not be removed.
garbage in bathrooms, hallways, stairwells, lounges,
recycling rooms, or any space that is not designated for 19) Restroom Facilities - For general safety
waste disposal. and security reasons, persons are not allowed in
bathrooms designated for the opposite gender at any
13) Hair Cutting - Hair cutting is permitted only in time.
residence hall bathrooms and janitor closets. All hair
cutting waste needs to be swept, deposited into a trash 20) Room Furnishings - All University furnishings,
bag (other than the one in the bathroom) and taken to including lofts, must stay in student rooms, including
the dumpsters located outside the building. those rooms occupied as singles. Any furnishings af-
fixed to the wall may not be removed including mirrors,
14) Hall Equipment - The misuse or damage of bulletin boards, closets and/or closet curtains, desks,
provided hall equipment is prohibited. This may include bookshelves, smoke detectors, and electrical fixtures.
but is not limited to desk equipment, common area Students are not permitted to build any kind of loft or
furniture, recreation equipment, etc. bunk bed within their room except in Tainter Hall.
15) Painting - Students may not paint their rooms, 21) Waterbeds, Hot Tubs, and Pools - Waterbeds,
hallways, furniture, or other areas in or outside of hot tubs and/or pools are not permitted within the
the residence halls without specific approval from residence halls.
University Housing professional staff.
16) Pets - No animals or pets are allowed in residence If deemed necessary by University Housing, the
halls, including visiting pets. The exception is for fish, policies and procedures in this handbook maybe
snails, and crustaceans which can live under water for changed without notice. Check our website for
24 hours or more.
updated information - www.uwstout.edu/housing.
REPAIR REPLACE REPAIR REPLACE
BED COMPUTER SUPPLIES (North Hall & JTC)
Frame/spring $25 $150 Hub $ 15
Mattress pad $10 Power Adaptor $ 15
Mattress (minor stains/tears) $20 each $120 Cable $ 5
Wooden bed ends/loft risers (each) $115
Metal loft $150 DESK
Original desk $ 35 (reattach) $150
BLINDS $75 Desk with pedestal $ 50 $350
Table desk (with no drawers) $ 50 $220
BOOKCASES $30 $100 Rolling file drawers $ 50 $200
Hutch $ 50 $125
CARPET Drawer $ 50
Entire room $450
Burn holes/bleach/damage $50 each DOOR $200
CEILING TEXTURE REPAIR $50 Door knob $25
Door stopper $15
Chair with wheels $50 $265 DRESSER
Wooden 2 position chair $50 $225 Original style $50 $150
Cleaning upholstery $20 New style $50 $350
CLEANING FIRE SAFETY EQUIPMENT
Small cleaning $25 Exterior door alarmed crash bar $140
Medium cleaning $50 Strobe sounding device $130
Large cleaning $75 Fire extinguisher $25 (refill) $90
Room smoke detector $45
CLOSET Pull station cover $20 $50
Door $130 No smoking signs $40
Handle $ 10
Towel bar $ 15 F U R N I T U R E ( c o m m o n a r e a ) call x1788 call x1788
REPAIR REPLACE REPAIR REPLACE
IMPROPER CHECK OUT $30 SINK $175
KEY/LOCK SOAP DISPENSER $20
Lock (replace) $125
Re-key (room and mailbox) $40 TOILET
Duplicate broken key $5 Flush valve $25 $225
Adhesive removal $50 Sanitary napkin bag holder $25
Penny removal $30 Toilet paper dispenser $50
Toilet partitions:panel $150
LIGHTS pillars $125
Light covers (room & corridor) $20 doors $95
Light switch/outlet cover/missing plate $10 hinges/latches $30
Shower/restroom (rectangular) $150
Exit light replacement $20 (glass only) $230 TRASH/RECYCLING CONTAINER
Student room $5
MICRO-FRIDGE Recycling room $40
Microwave $25 $70
missing turntable $30 UNAUTHORIZED UNIVERSITY FURNITURE $10/day
Refrigerator $25 $150 IN STUDENT ROOM (up to 10 days)
missing shelf $25
freezer ice cube tray or scraper $5 UNCLOGGING $35
Power strip $25 (includes toilets, sinks, urinals, drinking fountains, etc.)
MIRROR URINAL $450
Room $50 Flush valve $50 $235
Restroom $95 WINDOW & SCREEN (student rooms)
Glass only $65
PAINTING Frame and glass $125
Ceiling $90 Screen (mesh only) $40
All walls $110 Frame and screen $55
Entire room (walls & ceiling) $180 Screen reinstallation $35
PERSONAL TRASH $5 WINDOW (floor lounge, South campus)
Glass only $125
SHOWERS Frame and glass $200
Hooks/rods/curtains $20 Updated: 8-7-09
UNIVERSITY HOUSING MISSION STATEMENT
The Department of University Housing is committed to providing affordable,
clean, well-maintained, comfortable living environments and enhancing the
education of students through opportunities for personal growth, social
development, and diversity awareness.
UNIVERSITY DINING CAFETERIA HOURS (Commons & Tainter)
Monday-Thursday Friday Saturday & Sunday
Breakfast 7:00am-9:30am 7:00am-9:30am
Lunch 10:00am-4:00pm 10:00am-4:00pm
Commons Dinner 4:00pm-7:30pm 4:00pm-6:30pm 4:00pm-6:30pm
Tainter Dinner 4:00pm-7:00pm 4:00pm-6:30pm 4:00pm-6:30pm
E-mail Address: email@example.com
Web Address: www.uwstout.edu/housing
Telephone Number 232-1121
Housing Fax Number: 232-1421
Mailing Address: 170 Price Commons
1110 S. Broadway
Menomonie, WI 54751
Telephone numbers for our front desks and Hall Director offices:
Residence Halls Front Desks Hall Directors Offices
AFM — Antrim-Froggatt-McCalmont 232-1331 232-3496
CK — Curran-Kranzusch 232-2785 232-3198
Fleming 232-2101 232-2783
HK — Hansen-Keith 232-1154 232-2983
Hovlid 232-2370 232-1086
JTC — Jeter-Tainter-Callahan 232-1630 232-3394
MC – Milnes-Chinnock 232-1154 232-5997
North 232-2201 232-3284
Red Cedar 232-1440 232-1688
South 232-1262 232-3191
TO –Tustison-Oetting 232-2785 232-1937
Wigen 232-1451 232-3492
Sunday, September 6 Residence Halls Open
Wednesday, September 9 1st Semester Classes begin
Saturday, October 3 Homecoming
Tuesday, October 20 Advisement Day, No Classes
Wednesday, October 21 Beginning of Second Quarter
Wednesday, November 25 Thanksgiving Break Begins, No Classes
Monday, November 30 Classes Resume
Tuesday, December 15 1st Semester Classes End
Wednesday, December 16 Final Exams Begin
Tuesday, December 22 Final Exams End
Monday, January 4 WinTerm Classes Begin
Monday, January 18 Martin Luther King Day, No Classes
Saturday, January 23 WinTerm Classes End
Monday, January 25 2nd Semester Classes Begin
Saturday, March 20 Spring Break Begins
Monday, March 29 Classes Resume, Beginning of 4th Quarter
Friday, April 2 Spring Holiday, No Classes
Tuesday, April 6 Classes Resume
Tuesday, April 13 Advisement Day, No Classes
Tuesday, May 11 2nd Semester Classes End
Wednesday, May 12 Study Day
Thursday, May 13 Final Exams Begin
Saturday, May 15 Commencement
Wednesday, May 19 Final Exams End; Residence Halls Close
The residence halls are open during break periods. You can access the front door of your hall by using your StoutOne ID card.
We offer limited desk hours during breaks, and we have security staff on duty throughout all break periods. If you want to live on
campus during the summer, you can find a summer contract on our website at www.uwstout.edu/housing