The Qube   -   UW-Stout's LGBTQIA+ Resource Hub


Working toward a more inclusive campus since 2013.

The Qube is UW-Stout's resource center for students who identify as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Pansexual, Transgender, Nonbinary, Queer, Questioning, Intersex, Asexual, Aromantic, Agender, and any other identities that fall under the LGBTQIA+ umbrella.

We're open Monday through Friday, with dedicated student staff ready to welcome you, answer questions, provide assistance, or direct you to services.

We are closed for our regular hours during the winter break; however, we are still around! Please contact us if you need anything or would like to visit. Our regular hours will resume when spring semester starts on January 27.


With the newly renovated Merle Price Commons project being completed for Fall 2019, the Qube was moved to a new location in the building and received a much-needed size increase in addition to a significant face lift.


Our Resources and Services

We strive to offer a wide variety of unique and intentional services to meet the diverse needs and wants of our students. Here is a sampling of some of them.

Our physical resource center, where you can ask questions, get information, talk to staff, and learn more about LGBTQIA+ issues

A library with countless books to read covering dozens of different topics and identities, all available for check out

A lounge with free coffee and plenty of space to hang out, as well as attend one of our many support or discussion groups

Information and resources for transition-related processes like changing a name, getting sized for a binder, and more

An all-gender closet, with donated clothing items for those transitioning and needing a fresh start and new clothes

Countless and frequent events like workshops, speakers, films, trainings, and even social events with free food and/or games