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Respect Others Show concern for others. Treat people well and be kind to them. Avoid labeling people or discriminating. Act in a way that helps create a positive community. Respect Authority Faculty and staff (including student staff members) are invested in making Stout a great place to learn and grow. Appreciate the responsibilities that come with everyone’s role. Respect Property We provide things like furniture, athletic equipment and facilities to make your Stout experience better. Take care of it; treat things with care. Display Integrity Be truthful and forthcoming with everyone. Follow the rules and policies that have been established. They were made for a reason. Respect Yourself Think about your behavior before you do something. Challenge yourself to look at things from






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A welcome message from your Stout Student Association President.





My name is Deon Canon and I’m a first-generation college student. I double major in Professional Communication and Applied Social Science. I welcome you to your home away from home! The Stout Student Association (SSA), is Stout’s student governing body. Every year, students run and elect the SSA representatives that give us students a seat at the table on important decisions in our school administration, local, state and federal government. SSA is a valuable tool to be utilized when a concern needs to be addressed academically, non-academically or you just have an awesome idea that you think will make the campus better. I encourage you to stop by our office in room 118 of the MSC at any time.

The first few weeks of college can be frightening and homesickness can make you feel like college isn’t right for you. I want to let you know that you are not alone on this journey. You have peers, professors, staff, faculty and the SSA behind you that will help you succeed on this journey. Reach out if you’re having trouble as holding problems in will deeply impact you physically and mentally. Lastly, do not be afraid to make mistakes and try new things on this journey. The road to graduation may seem long, but the time comes very quickly where you will be graduating soon. You will have a lot of amazing memories and friends that you will make along the way and I hope you enjoy your time here at Stout. – President Canon



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Life@Stout Ready for your life at Stout? This booklet, designed by students, will give you a glimpse of the services and opportunities that will make up your new Life@Stout.

Start Your Experience Take the first steps in preparing for your arrival in the fall by selecting your Room, Roommate

Get To Know Campus Become more familiar with campus and learn about a variety of resources available for you. Find a campus job, purchase a fitness membership, or get involved with a student organization.

See You Soon As the fall semester approaches, you will receive Move-in Instructions and Week One Orientation Details. This is the final step in making a smooth transition to your Life@Stout.


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