There is nothing quite like a campus visit. It is the best way to discover why so many students think UW-Stevens Point is the ideal fit. Campus visits can be scheduled through the Office of Admissions.
Daily visits through the Office of Admissions are offered regularly when classes are in session. We recommend that students interested in teaching also schedule an appointment with a School of Education adviser while they are on campus for a daily visit. Appointments with a School of Education adviser can be made by calling our School of Education Advising, Recruitment and Retention Office, 715-346-2040.
ViewPoints are comprehensive visit programs where you and other prospective students learn more about campus. Presentations include information on admissions, financial aid, student life, and career services. Students and families have the opportunity to meet with academic departments during the visit.
Apply early to UW-Stevens Point
The School of Education advising staff recommends applying early to UW-Stevens Point
. Because enrollment limits are in effect, admission may become more restrictive as the university approaches its limits.
We receive numerous requests by high school students wanting to visit a School of Education class. Due to the small class size of education courses at UW-Stevens Point and in order to respect the learning environment for our students, we cannot accommodate these requests.
High School Preparation
To help prepare yourself for a career in teaching, you should complete a competitive college-preparatory high school curriculum focusing on courses in child development, language arts, mathematics, a variety of sciences, psychology, and U.S. government. We highly recommend taking advantage of any volunteer opportunities to work with students or job shadow a classroom teacher.
University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point graduates in the School of Education typically have some of the highest job placement rates
in full-time teaching jobs within their first year after graduation in the UW-System.