Applied Arts Building provides dedicated spaces for various disciplines including art, design, graphics, and packaging. The labs are designed to accommodate the discipline-specific work and ensure state-of-the-art learning spaces for our students.
In the Fryklund Hall lab tour you'll find laboratories for engineering, materials processing, telecommunications, apparel and electronics. Hands-on instruction includes CADD, foundry, joining and fastening welding, metallurgy, and robotics.
Harvey Hall is one of UW-Stout’s largest and oldest academic buildings and the busiest classroom facility on campus. The recent $28 million dollar renovation created new spaces that feature 21st-century technologies to encourage active learning.
Jarvis Hall Science Wing is the newest academic facility on campus and houses cutting-edge laboratories and classrooms for the science, technology, engineering and mathematics classes including a greenhouse and spacious study areas.
Jarvis Hall Technology Wing houses laboratories and classrooms for construction and plastics engineering classes. Walking through Jarvis Hall labs, you'll get a glimpse into the exciting hands-on learning opportunities that await you!