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Students, alumni, partners, and donors — you're all a part of the UW-Stout community. Whether you're walking the halls on campus or keeping in touch from a distance, you're contributing to the Blue Devil spirit.

Throughout the year, we organize dozens of alumni events all across the country for our 70,000+ graduates. Stay updated by subscribing to our Outlook Magazine, or consider giving back to your alma mater to help future students have a similar, rewarding experience. Visit us for the annual Homecoming Bash or shop your favorite Blue Devil gear online. Set up a customizable scholarship to help future students have an exceptional college experience. There are countless ways you can support UW-Stout, big and small.

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Alumni

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University Foundation awards more than $800,000 in scholarships

Stout University Foundation awarded $812,000 in scholarships to 418 students at a Sept. 12 reception and program at the Memorial Student Center.

Grateful alumna commits $1 million, plus more to support faculty

Becky Cranston is proud to say she’s a graduate of University of Wisconsin-Stout.

Alumni business owners bring university ‘vibe’ to downtown

Walking in downtown Menomonie is almost like attending a UW-Stout alumni event.

Stout University Foundation

All Stout University Foundation News

University Foundation awards more than $800,000 in scholarships

Stout University Foundation awarded $812,000 in scholarships to 418 students at a Sept. 12 reception and program at the Memorial Student Center.

Grateful alumna commits $1 million, plus more to support faculty

Becky Cranston is proud to say she’s a graduate of University of Wisconsin-Stout.

Alumna’s focus is on children with $1 million donation

Mary Ross Denison knows firsthand that an investment in someone’s future can make a difference.