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Celebrating 125 Years - Then, Now and Forever WE ARE POINT

Discover UW-Stevens Point

UW-Stevens Point combines outstanding academics with career exploration to prepare you for professional life after graduation. Gain hands-on, personalized experience both in and out of the classroom. We have the highest percentage of undergraduate courses taught by a professor in the University of Wisconsin System.

One Mission: Student Success

UW-Marathon County and UW-Marshfield/Wood County become branch campuses of UW-Stevens Point.

Students as well as faculty and staff members at all three area campuses will benefit from shared services, resources and opportunities through expanded programs and community partnerships.

Graduate Programs

Learning options in the classroom or online are available.

UWSP Online

Take courses on your terms and at your convenience from anywhere.

New Chemistry Biology Building

Opened fall 2018

Chemistry labs are designed to emphasize the students' use of instrumentation. Technicians don't run samples for the students; students get hands-on experience with all-new, cutting-edge instrumentation used in Chemical and Biochemical Laboratories

  • 176,500 sq. ft.
  • Three 48-seat classrooms
  • Two 96-seat lecture halls
  • 19 research laboratories
  • 39 teaching laboratories
  • Home to 45 faculty and staff

Learn more about the new Chemistry Biology Building ►


UW-Stevens Point is committed to sustainability ►

We are the first university in Wisconsin to attain 100% renewable electricity.
UW-Stevens Point is consistently listed on the Princeton Review Green College Honor Roll. For 2018 we received a perfect score with a Green Rating of 99.
UW-Stevens Point is committed to reducing energy consumption through conservation and efficiency, and offsetting our total carbon emissions through green electricity purchases, composting and managed forests.
We're working toward waste reduction and diversion across campus and recognize the need to move toward a zero-waste campus by continuing to reduce, reuse and recycle more each year.

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