The UW-Stout Memorial Student Center improves students' social and educational experiences by providing accommodating spaces for activities and services.
Our mission is to be a student focused community that offers gathering places, services, and opportunities in support of learning and personal growth in a safe, positive, and welcoming environment.
Built in 1985, the Memorial Student Center of UW-Stout is the campus's second student center after moving from what is now the Communications Technology Building, built in 1959. The Student Center exists to facilitate the improvement of all students social and educational experiences by providing accommodating spaces for any activity, services for any need, and staff for any questions or assistance. In January 2011, the Memorial Student Center closed for a year-long renovation. It re-opened at 10:00am on Sunday, January 22, 2012 - transformed and ready for the next 25 years.
2014 Facility Design Award of Excellence presented by the Association of College Unions International.
302 10th Ave E, Menomonie (WI), 54751, United States