The Graduate School at UW-Stout is fully accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools (NCA) to offer work at the master’s, education specialist and doctoral levels. UW-Stout is an institutional member in the Midwest Association of Graduate Schools.
The Graduate School, a unit of the division of Academic and Student Affairs, provides oversight for graduate education at the university. The Graduate School administers graduate admissions, records, policies and other procedures relating to graduate students. The Graduate School includes, in addition to its administrative personnel, the Graduate Office, which provides services to graduate students and program directors. You can find the organizational structure at the Graduate School website.
The Graduate Education Committee establishes Graduate Policy. The Graduate Education Committee consists of 13 voting members, 11 graduate faculty, one academic staff member and one graduate student, and three non-voting ex-officio members as follows: Eleven Graduate Faculty members apportioned between the colleges based on the number of graduate programs within the college, but not less than one member from each college. Additionally, at least one alternate Graduate Faculty member elected from each college. The graduate faculty members of each college elect their representatives. Also, one academic staff member and one alternate elected by the Senate of Academic Staff, as well as one graduate student member elected by the Stout Student Association, one ex-officio Graduate Studies Director, one ex-officio member from the University Library, and one ex-officio member from the Provost’s Office.
Graduate Program Websites
Program websites provide current information about UW-Stout’s graduate offerings. Readers will find contact information for program directors, application information and forms, information about faculty and facilities, and answers to frequently asked questions.