Take the general education courses you need to complete your degree at University of Wisconsin Stout with fast, affordable and transferable online college courses from StraighterLine.
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UW-Stout is a comprehensive, career-focused polytechnic university. Our students, faculty and staff use applied learning, scientific theory and research to solve real-world problems, grow the state's economy, and serve society.
Located in scenic Menomonie, Wisconsin, our campus has a long and rich history of providing a distinct array of programs. Our students enjoy a 98.8% 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.Driving The Economy Forward
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.
But it's not just students who benefit here — for every dollar invested in UW-Stout, taxpayers receive $3.50 in economic contributions. An impact study commissioned in 2016 found that as a whole, our university contributes $271.8 million per year to the regional economy.Getting Your Credit
The University of Wisconsin-Stout requires official ACE transcripts to transfer completed StraighterLine courses. For more information on the ACE Badge and Transcript process please see https://www.straighterline.com/help-center/credit-transfer/ace/.
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