Academic and Career Advising

Whether you need assistance selecting courses, choosing a major, exploring careers, or searching for a job, advisers are here to help. Professional advisers work with students in five Academic and Career Advising Centers (ACAC) – one in each of the five colleges.

New students are assigned to a professional adviser in the college ACAC of their intended major from their first orientation session until they have completed three semesters. Undecided students work with professional advisers in the University College ACAC until they are ready to declare.

Students then work closely with faculty in their major while still having access to professional advisers and many opportunities for career development, resume and cover letter review, and job search strategies.

The support doesn’t end at graduation, with a variety of career services available to UW-Stevens Point alumni for life.

Academic and Career Advising Centers

University College (UC)
320 Albertson Hall (ALB)
715 346-3226

College of Fine Arts and Communication (COFAC)
257 Noel Fine Arts Center (NFAC)
715 346-4141

College of Letters and Science (COLS)
108 Collins Classroom Center (CCC)
715 346-2195

College of Natural Resources (CNR)
122 Trainer Natural Resources Building (TNR)
715 346-4081

College of Professional Studies (CPS)
128 College of Professional Studies (CPS)
715 346-2112

ACAC Puzzle Piece Diagram

Services and Departments


  • Undeclared students
  • Students in transition between majors
  • Associate Degree seekers
  • Career/major exploration
  • Career assessments
  • Job search preparation
  • Employer relations/CareerPoint


  • Art and Design
  • Communication
  • Music
  • Theater and Dance


  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Computing and New Media Technologies
  • English
  • Geography and Geology
  • History and International Studies
  • Mathematical Sciences
  • Philosophy
  • Physics and Astronomy
  • Political Science
  • Psychology
  • Sociology and Social Work
  • World Languages and Literatures


  • Fisheries and Water Resources
  • Forestry
  • Human Dimensions of Natural Resource Management
  • Paper Science and Engineering
  • Soil and Waste Resources
  • Wildlife Ecology


  • Business and Economics
  • Communication Sciences and Disorders
  • Education
  • Health Care Professions
  • Health Promotion and Human Development
  • Interior Architecture
  • Military Science