​Welcome to SBE Advising​


Welcome to UW-Stevens Point School of Business & Economics advising. Make sure to utilize the resources below according to the academic year in which you entered the SBE program. Scroll below for advising office hours.

2015 Application to the Major Form

​Advising Center Offices

Locations

  • CPS 413: Max Trzebiatowski
    • By Appointment or Walk-in advising
    • Walk-in advising:
      • ​Wednesdays: 8 a.m.-noon and 1-4:30 p.m.
      • Fridays: 8a.m.-noon
    • Phone: 715-346-2695
    • Email: mtrzebia@uwsp.edu​

  • CPS 415: Peer Advising
    • Walk-in advising:
      • Monday-Thursday: 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
      • Wednesdays: 9 a.m.-1:30 p.m., 3-4 p.m.
      • Fridays: 9-11:30 a.m.
      • ​Starting second week and ending last week of semester.
    • Phone: 715-346-3391

  • CPS 411: Tonya Kowalski
    • Walk-in advising:
      • Monday 8:00am-3:30pm
      • Tuesday: 8:00-10:35a.m., 2:00-4:30p.m.
      • Wednesday-Friday 8:00am-4:30pm
    • ​​Phone: 715-346-3871​
    • Email: tkowalsk@uwsp.edu​​
 

SBE Student Handbook

It is recommended to view the SBE Student Handbook which includes everything you need to know about any SBE major. 
 
 

Guides and Checklists

For each of our majors and minors, there is a guide that will provide you with general information about the major and a possible plan for completing the coursework. There is also a checklist to help you keep track of your progress and to help you plan for the future. Make sure to utilize the resources below according to the academic year in which you entered the SBE program. It is recommended that you check over these guides with your adviser and utilize your degree progress report while creating a graduation plan.

Advice from the Advising Team

Now that you are in your major, lets help you develop a plan that will minimize your time here and help get the absolute most out of your tuition dollars. It all starts with a plan. Use the program guidelines below to know which classes you will need. There are approx. 20-23 classes within each major. Understand the big picture and plan for both your semester and your four years here. 

Here are a few other helpful tips: