8,147 students; 48% male and 52% female
Average class size: 28 and 78% of classes include 30 students or less
More than 400 faculty and teaching academic staff, and the highest percentage (75%) of undergraduate courses taught by regular faculty in the UW System
Student-faculty ratio is 17:1
More than 120 undergraduate program choices with 48 majors and 78 minors
91% of alumni report starting careers or graduate school, from studies conducted in 2015
One in six graduating seniors has studied abroad
More than 20 study abroad program locations around the globe
Students from 40 states and 35 countries call UW-Stevens Point home
More than 200 student organizations
Campus size: 400 acres and 35 buildings
13 residence halls, housing about 3,500 students
More than 40 intramural and club sports
Marshfield Clinic Health System Champions Hall includes 54,000-square-foot Multi-Activity Center with climbing wall, track and tennis courts, Aquatic Center, 2 full-size gymnasiums, and Strength Fitness Center
More than 20 music ensembles open to any student
280-acre Schmeeckle Nature Reserve on campus for fishing, walking, biking, jogging, boating and wildlife watching
Consistently named one of the Top Public Midwestern Universities in U.S. News and World Report's College Rankings.
Named to the 2018 Princeton Review Green College Honor Roll, receiving a perfect score with a Green Rating of 99.
According to the National Science Foundation, UW-Stevens Point graduates completed more research doctorates in the last 10 years than any other UW regional university.
More UW-Stevens Point graduates completed research doctorates in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) fields in the last 10 years than all other UW schools, with the exception of UW-Madison. UW-Stevens Point excels as a doctoral preparatory institution.
UW-Stevens Point intramural program is recognized as one of the best in the nation by BestColleges.com.
Host to World's Largest Trivia Contest every April.
Ranked in the Top 15 public regional universities in the Midwest in U.S. News and World Report’s Best Colleges 2018.
Ranked No. 3 nationally in the Top 100 Best Value among 1,195 universities for 2017 by the nonprofit Educate-to-Career, based on increased employability and earnings of our graduates.
Ranked second in the UW System for Best Bang for Your Buck, and in the top 13 percent in the Midwest by Washington Monthly 2016 rankings.
First university in Wisconsin to have 100 percent of electricity come from renewable sources.
Ranked 26th on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) Top 30 College and University list of largest green power users in the nation from the Green Power Partnership.
Named a Military Friendly School for the seventh consecutive year in 2016 by Victory Media, publisher of G.I. Jobs®, STEM JobsSM and Military Spouse.
Earned UW VETS certification in 2016, recognizing resources and response to student veteran needs.
Highest percentage (75%) of undergraduate courses taught by regular faculty in the UW System.
NCAA Division III; Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WIAC); Northern Collegiate Hockey Association (NCHA)
Mascot: "Pointer" (It's a dog!)
9 Men's Sports: Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Football, Ice Hockey, Swimming & Diving, Indoor Track & Field, Outdoor Track & Field, Wrestling
11 Women's Sports: Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Ice Hockey, Soccer, Softball, Swimming & Diving, Tennis, Indoor Track & Field, Outdoor Track & Field, Volleyball
Entire program ranked 9th last year among all 441 NCAA Division III schools
Located in Central Wisconsin, midway between Milwaukee and Minneapolis, on the Wisconsin River.
Population of 25,000 residents in the city, with an area population of 62,000 people.
Attractions include outstanding recreational areas: parks, lakes and streams; the 24-mile Green Circle Trail for biking, hiking and jogging; numerous cultural festivals, live music and entertainment venues, restaurants, coffee shops and various shopping locations.
City transit bus system free for students with UWSP ID card.