Who is eligible to participate?
To participate, students must be a legal resident of Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota or Ohio. Minnesota residents are charged tuition fees based on the Minnesota/Wisconsin tuition reciprocity agreement.
What is the value of the discount?
Tuition for MSEP students attending UW-Stevens Point campus is equal to approximately 150 percent of the in-state tuition rate, which is significantly less than the regular non-resident rate. Please see the charts below for the current MSEP tuition rates. For the complete Tuition & Fee Tables,
visit this website.
Stevens Point Undergraduate - Yearly Tuition and Fees
Current non-resident* Resident* MSEP*
Undergraduate MSEP students attending UW-Stevens Point save $5,118 per year!
* Estimate based on current full-time (12-18 credits per semester) enrollment for the full academic year (2 semesters). The total cost includes tuition and seven segregated fees: the University Center fee, the Student Activity fee, the Text Rental fee, the Student Health fee, the Municipal Services fee, the Health and Wellness fee, and the Green Fund fee.
Branch Campus (Marshfield and Wausau) Undergraduate - Semesterly tuition
* Estimate based on current full-time (12-18 credits per semester), Associate seeking enrollment for 1 semester. Tuition rates exclude segregated fees.
Graduate - yearly tuition and fees
Graduate MSEP students attending UW-Stevens Point save over $5,470 per year!
* Estimate based on current full-time (9 credits per semester) enrollment for the full academic year (2 semesters). The total cost includes tuition and six segregated fees: the University Center fee, the Student Activity fee, the Student Health fee, the Municipal Services fee, the Health and Wellness fee, and the Green Fund fee.
What academic programs/majors participate in MSEP?
All undergraduate and graduate program are eligible for MSEP except for the following*: Health and Wellness Management, Health Information Management and Technology, BSN@Home Program, Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology, and the Clinical Doctorate in Audiology.
*Please note that the list of eligible programs is subject to change.
What are the qualifications for participating in MSEP?
MSEP applicants are subject to the same admission requirements as other applicants. Please consult
UWSP Admissions page for the current admission requirements. MSEP participants must be formally admitted to UW-Stevens Point at the undergraduate or graduate level. Please note that the University of Wisconsin System imposes an “excess Credits Surcharge” to students accumulating more than 165 credits. MSEP students will be charged at regular non-resident rates for any term of enrollment after having completed 165 credits as MSEP participants.
UWSP permits qualified students who are legal residents of the participating states to participate in MSEP.
UWSP reserves the right to impose limits and/or modifications to the program participation in the future.
How do I apply to participate in the program?
To enroll in MSEP, just follow the steps necessary for admission and enrollment outlined on the
UWSP Admissions website. Students who have been admitted to UW-Stevens Point and meet the MSEP eligibility requirements will be automatically considered for the tuition benefit.