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Office of International Education (OIE) Hours
Monday – Friday: 8:00am – 4:30pm
Tel: (715) 232-2132
Email: studyabroad@uwstout.edu


Walk-in Hours
In response to COVID-19, we are mostly serving students, faculty, and staff remotely. Typical walk-in hours (1 pm - 3 pm) are currently suspended; instead, a virtual appointment with OIE staff can be made at this booking link: 
https://outlook.office365.com/owa/calendar/OfficeofInternationalEducation1@live.uwstout.edu/bookings/  


In the drop-down menu, select the appropriate staff person based on your interests and needs:
  • Chela Cea, Study Abroad Advisor - National Student Exchange, most faculty-led study abroad programs, and the following semester/academic year programs: CIEE, Australia - Southern Cross and Newcastle, New Zealand - Otago, Fiji - University of the South Pacific, Japan - Kansai Gaidai and Nagasaki, Italy - American University of Rome and Universta Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, the Netherlands - HAN and Fontys, and Costa Rica - ULACIT
  • Andria Morse, Interim Director of Study Abroad: All other study abroad programs

Physical Location
70 Harvey Hall
University of Wisconsin - Stout
Menomonie, WI 54751


Mailing Address
Office of International Programs
University of Wisconsin - Stout
70 Harvey Hall
721 3rd Street E.
Menomonie, WI 54751


The mission of the Office of International Education is to facilitate internationalization efforts on and off campus to prepare students for the global workforce and society. The Education Abroad Team works to advance education abroad opportunities that encompass experiential, innovative, and career-focused learning and to advocate for initiatives that foster intercultural and global competencies for the UW-Stout community. 

Study abroad encompasses a variety of experiences including study, internships, co-ops, research, faculty-led, National Student Exchange and service learning programs. Study abroad opportunities are available for all students. The various types of study abroad programs can be as short as two weeks or as long as an academic year. Students can choose from nearly 300 locations and more than 40+ countries.

Studying abroad will broaden students’ intellectual and personal horizons, help them navigate in different environments, practice or perfect a language, make industry contacts for future jobs or internships, expand their portfolio and build a resume to help broaden career options.