UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN, STOUT
UW-Stout at a Glance:
- Wisconsin’s only Polytechnic University
- 98.7% employment rate
- 50 undergraduate majors and 20+ graduate programs
- Enrollment of over 9,500 students
- 200+ international students from 47 countries
- 160+ student organizations
- 1:20 faculty-to-student ratio
- Average class size of 24 for lectures and 18 for labs
- First-ever higher education recipient of the Malcolm Baldrige Award
- Laptops and software included in tuition
Nestled in the heart of the Midwest just 50 miles (81km) from St. Paul and Minneapolis, UW-Stout is located in Menomonie, Wisconsin. The campus is situated in the downtown area with breathtaking views of the 1009-acre (408 hectares) Lake Menomin. With a low cost of living, low crime, access to a leading healthcare network, and excellent K-12 school system, the town has a lot to offer.
The University of Wisconsin – Stout is a comprehensive, career-focused polytechnic university where students, faculty and staff use applied learning, scientific theory and research to solve real-world problems. Our campus has a long and rich history of providing a distinct array of programs. Our students enjoy a 98.7% rate of finding employment or continuing their education after they graduate. We're proud of our tremendous industry partnerships and our contribution to the local and regional economy.
At UW-Stout, we foster a culture where students gain invaluable skills and knowledge. With 3 times as many labs as lecture halls, our students are immersed in industry-relevant, hands-on learning. This is partially in thanks to our tremendous industry partnerships with nationally recognized companies like Target, Thomson Reuters, Sony, and 3M.
International Student Tuition Scholarship
Type of Scholarship: Academic, for international students only
General Information: Students receiving other types of scholarships are not eligible. Students must re-apply each semester by the December 1st deadline for the following spring semester and May 1st deadline for the following fall semester. Awarding is based on a student’s academic progress, involvement with the university and community and financial need. Continued eligibility will be determined by the Office of International Education.
GPA 3.0 or higher: $5,000 per academic year (undergraduate students)
GPA 3.33 or higher: $6,000 per academic year (graduate students)
Application Deadline: Rolling Admissions
Type of Scholarship: Academic, for incoming first-year undergraduate international students only
General Information: Students receiving other types of scholarships are not eligible. Awarding is based on a student’s academic progress, involvement with the university and community, financial need, and interest/initiative in promoting intercultural learning and exchange. Awarded to two students every fall term. Continued eligibility will be determined by the Office of International Education.
GPA 3.5 or higher: 50% of non-resident tuition per academic year
Application Deadline: April 1.
Stout University Foundation Scholarships
Type of Scholarship: Academic, International, Financial Need
General Information: Every year Stout Foundation awards approximately $850,000 in scholarships. Awards are given out based on different categories such as GPA, financial need, major of study, academic status in university and more.
Admissions Requirements: Awards are given out based on different categories such as GPA, financial need, major of study, academic status in university and more.
Application Deadline: First Monday in February for the following academic year
TUITION AND FEES
Estimated 2019-20 International Student Tuition and Fees
UNDERGRADUATE ESL INSTITUTE
Tuition and Fees $17,974 $11,668
Housing $4,480 $4,480
Food and Living $2,784 $2,784
Books & Supplies $225 $0
Health Insurance $1,535 $1,535
Total $26,998 $20,467
Tuition and fees: Undergraduate tuition and fees are based off 30 credits (most programs require 120 credits to graduate). ESL Institute tuition and fees are based off 24 credits. Student services such as international student services, tutoring centers, math centers, and writing centers included in this fee. City transportation via the city bus and UW-Stout campus shuttle included in this fee as well.
On-Campus Housing, Food and Living Expenses: Many international students live and eat on campus. The housing contract reserves your room and meal plan for the academic year, and you can choose to live on campus during the summer (no summer meal plans available, however).
Books and Supplies: All textbooks are included. In addition, all international students will receive a new laptop with all program software upon arrival. After the laptop is two years old, students will receive an updated laptop (upon return of old laptop) and software. Students have the option to keep the laptop when they graduate.
Health Insurance: Health insurance is mandatory.
Tuition and fees are required to be paid at the beginning of each semester. An annual increase in total expenses of approximately 8% should be taken into consideration when making financial plans for more than one year of study at UW-Stout.
Required Documents for Application
Online Application at UW-System Application OR on Common App
$100 Application Fee
Proof of English Proficiency
1. Official TOEFL score, minimum 70 OR
2. Official IELTS score, minimum 6.0 OR
3. Successful completion of UW-Stout’s English as a Second Language Program
Declaration of Finance: formal written statement or official bank statement with a minimum amount of $26,998 USD
Official/Attested Academic Records from all secondary and higher education institutions attended
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