Residence Halls

A wide range of affordable living options that provide the support, convenience and amenities of home.
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Your home away from home.

Our residence halls provide students a space to academically focus and socially thrive. All residents are members in one of two core communities; the First-Year Experience (FYE) or The Next Experience (TNE)

First-Year ExperienceThe Next Experience
  • Students in first-year of college
  • Engage with campus
  • Create personal connections
  • Find new friends
  • Build good academic habits
  • Students in second-year and beyond
  • Career development
  • Internship/Co-op support
  • Deepen connections
  • Strengthen independence
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73% of students say living on campus has contributed to their sense of belonging to UW-Stout.


AFM Hall

AFM Resident Hall

Antrim Froggatt McCalmont (AFM) Hall provides multiple FYE and TNE living options.
Check out AFM
CKTO Hall

CKTO Residence Hall

Curran Kranzusch Tustison Oetting (OKTO) Hall offers single-gender communities for FYE students.
Check out CKTO
Fleming Hovlid Hall

Fleming Hovlid Residence Hall

Fleming Hovlid Hall provides TNE students with coed-by-room options on North Campus.
Check out F|H
HKMC Hall

HKMC Residence Hall

Hansen Keith Milnes Chinnock (HKMC) Hall provides FYE students with single-gender living options.
Check out HKMC
JTC Hall

JTC Residence Hall

Jeter Tainter Callahan (JTC) Hall provides TNE students with coed-by-room options on North Campus.
Check out JTC
North Hall

North Residence Hall

North Hall on South Campus provides TNE students with single-gender and all-gender living options.
Check out North
Red Cedar Hall

Red Cedar Residence Hall

Red Cedar Hall provides TNE juniors and above with suite-style living on North Campus.
Check out Red Cedar
South Hall

South Residence Hall

South Hall provides FYE students with single-gender communities.
Check out South
Wigen Hall

Wigen Residence Hall

Wigen Hall provides TNE students with coed-by-room options on North Campus.
Check out Wigen